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Georgia is located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, on the western shores of the Black Sea with a population of four million. Georgia is a growing tourism destination with its spectacular natural beauties that are scattered every part of the country as well as its historical attractions that stand tall as the evident landmarks of its rich history. Buy your cheap flight ticket to Georgia now and get ready for an unforgettable journey!

Pegasus Georgia flights go to Tbilisi International Airport and Batumi International Airport. So with these flights to Georgia, you can get either direct or connecting flights to Tbilisi and Batumi. Direct flights to Tbilisi are departed from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen, Antalya, and İzmir, while direct flights to Batumi are departed from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport. Also, you can reach Georgia from different destinations with Tbilisi and Batumi-connected flights through Istanbul, Izmir, and Antalya departing from different cities across the Türkiye and the globe, such as Frankfurt, Hannover, and London.

Transportation from Tbilisi International Airport

Transportation from the airport to the city centre, which is 17 km away from Tbilisi International Airport, is provided by bus, train, and taxi.

Transportation to the city centre is provided by the number 37 bus, which departs on the airport - Station Square route. You can reach the city centre from the airport in approximately 35 minutes with the buses that serve every day between 07.00 and 23.00 and depart every 15 minutes.

You can take the train from the airport to reach the city centre and Tbilisi Central Train Station, which would take approximately 40 minutes. You can also comfortably go to the city centre from the airport with taxis or Pegasus car rental service.

Transportation from Batumi International Airport

You can get on a bus or take a taxi to go to the city centre, which is only 5 km away from Batumi Airport.

You can reach Batumi centre in approximately 15-20 minutes by bus number 10. The land route of the bus, which operates on two lines, goes towards Makhinjauri Train Station, while the coastline line proceeds in the direction of Rustaveli Street.

Public Transport

Public transport in Georgia is provided by buses, minibuses, and taxis. You can reach historical and touristic areas like Freedom Square and St Trinity Cathedral by buses and minibuses. In addition, you can quickly travel to many points of the city with the metro line in Tbilisi. Other public transportation alternatives in Georgia are taxis and minibus taxis. Buses run between 07:00 and 23:00 in Georgia. On the other hand, the Tbilisi metro provides service between 06:00 and 23:59. Batumi Card is used for transportation in Georgia. Batumi card offers tourists discounts on transport and entrance to well-known areas.

Intercity Transport

You can prefer minibuses, buses, trains, and taxis for intercity transport in Georgia. Minibusses make it very easy to reach the surrounding district and nearby cities. In addition, buses and trains offer the opportunity to travel from Tbilisi to other cities and different country destinations. For example, after reaching Tbilisi Airport with Pegasus flights, you can switch to Batumi, Zugdidi, and Kutaisi by train.

Where to Stay in Georgia?

Georgia attracts millions of international tourists every year and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from five-star hotels to affordable backpacker hostels, especially in its capital city Tbilisi and popular summer destination Batumi.  

If it is your first time in Tbilisi and planning to explore its must-visit historical attractions, you can stay in hotels located around “Metekhi” neighborhood. In the neighborhood, you will be staying within a walking distance away from Metekhi St. Virgin Church, Sioni Cathedral, or Narikala Fortress.

If you are visiting Georgia to enjoy its gorgeous coastline and clear seas, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located in Batumi. The city is home to many great hotels that are situated along the shore.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Georgia and you can book a hotel easily through our website.



Top things to do in Georgia

Georgia is a remarkable country to explore with its amazing cultural atmosphere and fascinating historical cathedrals. The country also has many beautiful natural sceneries that every passionate traveler would love to discover. We listed some of these things you can do in Georgia below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Georgia Travel Guide.

  • Wander around the Old Town: Old Town of Tbilisi is made of many narrow streets, local vendors, old brick houses, and wooden balconies. It is a joyful experience to discover the Old Town neighborhood, absorbed in its colorful and vibrant cultural atmosphere. There are also many beautiful landmarks you may encounter in this historical part of the city such as Metekhi Church, Sioni Cathedral, or Anchiskhati Basilica.
  • Visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi: The Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, commonly called Sameba is one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world and was completed in 2004. The cathedral has fascinating traditional Georgian style architecture; located a walking distance away from the Presidential Palace. The golden dome of the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi is visible from almost any point in Tbilisi thus making it an unmissable landmark both day and night.
  • Explore Narikala Fortress: The ancient fortress of Narikala is one of the best historical attractions you can visit in Tbilisi with its 4th-century wall remnants, old temples, and castles. The fortress is located on a steep hill that overlooks the entire city and the gorgeous Mtkvari River.
  • Marvel at Svetitskhoveli Cathedral: The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage listed historical temple of Tbilisi which originally dates back to the 4th The cathedral is located 20 kilometers north of Tbilisi, in the old Mtskheta town.
  • See Sioni Cathedral: Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral is one of the most visited cathedrals in Tbilisi and is named after the Mount Zion at Jerusalem. The cathedral was originally built in the 7th century but it was destroyed several times and reconstructed in 1812.
  • Enjoy a Georgian Spa: Georgia, especially Tbilisi is known for its spectacular spring waters and top-tier wellness centers that are scattered around the city. Many tourists around the globe visit Tbilisi to relax in its natural sulfur baths.

You can visit our detailed Tbilisi Travel Guide to learn more about Tbilisi and its spectacular attractions.

Car Rental in Georgia

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Georgia for business or leisure.


Airports in Georgia

We use Tbilisi International Airport for our flights in Georgia. 

Tbilisi International Airport

Tbilisi International Airport (TBS) is located 17 kilometers away from Tbilisi city center. You can get to the city center from Tbilisi International Airport with public bus, train, taxi, and rental car. Public buses are the most convenient option to get to the city center since they are available for every arriving flight with cheap fares.  The trip to Tbilisi city center approximately takes 35 minutes.


We listed some useful side notes about Georgia for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Georgia

  • Georgian and Abkhazian are the official languages in Georgia while Abkhazian is mostly spoken in the northwestern part of the country in Abkhazia; an autonomous republic within Georgia.
  • Most locals except for young people and tourism employees do not speak and understand English very well while Russian is widely spoken among locals.
  • Georgia uses Georgian lari as currency and there are many exchange vendors in populated areas.
  • Georgia is a budget-friendly destination with low accommodation, food, and sightseeing expenses.
  • Most small shops, restaurants, and cafés do not accept payments with credit or debit cards so it can be useful for you to carry some local currency in cash.
  • Most restaurants charge %10 service fee in addition to menu rates.
  • Georgia is a safe country to be in with low petty and violent crime rates but it is recommended for you to be cautious about pickpocketing and tourist scams in crowded areas.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +995

Tbilisi International Airport Number: +995 32 231 04 21

National Tourism Administration: +995 32 243 69 99

Official Tourism Information Number for Tbilisi: +995 32 2 15 86 97

Emergency Number: 112


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