Agricultural land in one of the most prestigious spots in Georgia!
The property is situated in the village of Tabakhmela, 16 kms far from the capital city Tbilisi that is relative to 40 minutes car drive. The land is at a distance of 2 kms from the main road.
The total land area is 1500 sqm with water. Electricity is within 30 meters from the land and gas is at a distance of 600 meters from the property.
The land is recommended for building a country house.
Agenda.ge, 10 Sep 2018 - 18:35, Tbilisi,Georgia
Georgia has taken the fourth position as the world’s most fast-growing tourism destinations in the World Tourism Organisation’s (UNWTO) 2017 report.
The report reads that in 2017 the number of tourists particularly increased for trips to Egypt, Togo, Vietnam and Georgia.
For Egypt, the number of tourists increased by 55 per cent.
Georgia stands above France, Spain, Turkey and other countries where the tourism field is especially well-developed in terms of pace of growth.
This is the first time that Georgia has taken a leading position as a quickly growing tourist country in the UNWTO report. In 2016 Georgia was the first in Europe as a tourism destination, now we are in the top five as the world’s fast growing tourism destinations, which is a great achievement,” head of the Georgian National Tourism Administration Giorgi Chogovadze said.
The report reads that international tourist arrivals grew by seven per cent in 2017, the highest increase since 2010.
The UNWTO is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism.
Georgian airports have served 3,375,959 passengers during the last eight months, which is a 25 per cent increase in comparison to last year, an official statement of United Airports of Georgia says.
Tbilisi International Airport served 461,051 passengers in August: a 12 per cent increase y/y.
Growth in the first eight months of this year was 24 per cent higher than the same period last year.
Passenger traffic in Kutaisi International Airport increased by 44 per cent in August 2018 y/y.
Over the last eight months Kutaisi International Airport has served 382,325 passengers, which is a 35 per cent increase.
Batumi International Airport served 121, 298 in August 2018 which is 12 percent more than the same period for last year. As for the first eight months of this year, passenger traffic in Batumi International Airport increased by 24 per cent.
Georgia’s rural airports in Mestia and Ambrolauri together served 5 ,520 passengers in the first eight months of 2018.
The summer tourist season in Georgia saw some 3,061,338 international visitors, showing an increase of 10.9 per cent compared to June-August 2017, announces Georgian National Tourism Administration (GNTA).
Of these 3 million, 1,702,015 were tourists, which is 15.8 per cent more compared to the same period of 2017.
Between January-August 2018 a total of 5,895,914 international visitors visited Georgia of which 3,235,800 were tourists.
Year-on-year, the number of international travellers (tourists, transit, other) increased by 12.2 per cent, while the number of tourists (individuals that spent more than 24 hours in the country) increased by 19.3 per cent.
The majority of foreign travellers were from Azerbaijan (+11%), Russia (+22%), Armenia (+0.3%) and Turkey (+21.1%).
A total of $1.36 billion was generated from international tourism in Georgia in January-June 2018, which was $305 million more compared to the same period of 2017.
In the first quarter of 2018 international tourism revenue reached $551 million.
Meanwhile, in 2017 international tourism revenue reached $2.7billion, which was $594 million more compared to 2016.