From Luton: Something different? 4 Night City break to Georgia Total £174.80/£87.40pp via Booking.com
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From Luton: Something different? 4 Night City break to Georgia Total £174.80/£87.40pp via Booking.com

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Edited by:"rachelandgromit"Found 25th Oct
I'm always on the lookout for something a bit different and I've seen Georgia mentioned quite a bit recently in travel magazines and I'm sure it's popularity will rise, but at the moments it's cheap for flights, accommodation and public transport which makes for a great value trip. This trip includes all transportation to and from airport, apartments all located centrally to explore and train travel.




26 November
Fly from London Luton to Kutaisi. Like many Wizzair flights the times are truly naff, arriving in the early hours of the following morning.



27 November
Arriving at turned 2am, the bus meets the flight and it's only a short journey to Kutaisi city where you can get checked into your apartment as this is booked for 2 nights. You could go straight to Tbilis but I think Kutaisi is well worth a visit with its monastery's, caves and river



28 November-30 November


You will take the train to Tbilisi which is great for anyone interested in the old railways as it's on an old Soviet train. The journey makes a few stops but it looks a nice journey and the timetable gives an idea of the itinerary. You'll spend 2 nights in Tbilisi, and you are close to the Kura river and old town. You will also be ideally places for exploring Mt Mtatsminda.




Details:




Book flights on wizzair.com £99.96




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Book all bus transportation on georgianbus.com (prices in GEL, which translates to £13.38 for two.




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Book Kutaisi accommodation Kutaisi City Heart on booking.com £18






Book train from Kutaisi to Tbilisi £4.46 for two on railway.ge




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Book Tbilisi accommodation booking.com £39




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Total £174.80/£87.40pp

7 Comments

Interesting little find. Thanks for sharing!

'Welcome to Sarajevo' springs to mind...

Georgia is a fantastic country, I went there on my honeymoon. You know it's going to be good when you go through passport control and they hand you a free bottle of wine and say welcome to Georgia!

Loads of great food and wine there plus spectacular countryside. The locals are very friendly, twice my wife and I had our meals paid for us in restaurants by people we'd just met there.

Tbilisi is a cracking city with it's own feel about it, lots of nice bars, restaurants and wine tasting to be done. You can go to the mountains in the East, the beach in the West and to Canyons near Kutaisi

I just never trust WizzAir to not change their flight times, it's happened to me and too many others I've spoken to. Heat added though if it all works out this is a great deal to a great destination.

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Remmie4 h, 24 m ago

Georgia is a fantastic country, I went there on my honeymoon. You know …Georgia is a fantastic country, I went there on my honeymoon. You know it's going to be good when you go through passport control and they hand you a free bottle of wine and say welcome to Georgia!Loads of great food and wine there plus spectacular countryside. The locals are very friendly, twice my wife and I had our meals paid for us in restaurants by people we'd just met there.Tbilisi is a cracking city with it's own feel about it, lots of nice bars, restaurants and wine tasting to be done. You can go to the mountains in the East, the beach in the West and to Canyons near Kutaisi

​Thanks Rennie, sounds an amazing place. It's definitely one I'm going to look into myself.

It's on my mind...

Thanks for pre-planning few days out on budget, you've done all the homework. All booked 50+39 +18+7 etc .. so still around hundred quid for one person.

I am sure I can probably buy train tickets on the spot. The georgian rail website is rubbish.
Edited by: "ZazZYo" 27th Oct
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