The Russian went on a road trip around Georgia and complained about expensive gasoline. He shared his impressions with the publication “The subtleties of tourism”.
Traveler named Vladimir said that he drove around Georgia in a rented car. “The roads are generally C grade: in some places they are good, in others they are so-so, in others they are a dirt road,” this is how a reader of the portal described his experience.
Vladimir noted that local drivers have their own internal set of rules that they follow. According to him, sometimes he got lost in the chaos of cars, but tried not to react to the dissatisfaction of other road users. The tourist also drew attention to the high cost of fuel.
In general, the Russian was pleased with the trip. “The trip turned out great. A sea of impressions, terabytes of photos, suitcases of souvenirs. We want to go to Georgia again,” he concluded.
Previously, Russian travel agents stated about a thousandfold increase in demand for tours to Georgia in winter. The reason was the launch of direct flights to Tbilisi And Kutaisi not only from Moscow And Sochi, but also from other cities of Russia. For example, from Ekaterinburg And Chelyabinsk.https://musicnewsfirst.com/