Our 5th day in Georgia was dedicated to exploring a bit the area around Kutaisi. As there’s plenty to see in the region, monasteries, caves, canyons, lots of forests and roads going up and down, we had a full day of staying outdoor, walking a lot and admiring the view.

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Our 4th day in Georgia started, as usual, very early, although we didn’t have that much to drive, but still we wanted to have a full day of exploring, especially since the sun was up and the sky was clear.

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Our third day in Georgia meant about 300km of driving, coming down from the mountains and heading to the center of the country. It was a full day of driving, with a couple of stops on the way, but it still was enjoyable as the weather was nice and the view kept us busy the whole time.

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One of the main reasons we wanted to visit Georgia was the Caucasus Mountains. We were initially thinking of hiking for a couple of days, but in May when we were there it was still quite cold and the snow hadn’t melted yet, so we had to change our plans a bit, but still managed to get a bit of a mountain feel, even without the hiking.

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Our first day in Georgia started very, very early, after a night flight that landed in the Tbilisi Airport somewhere around 4 AM. We picked our car, got a Georgian SIM card and officially started our one week road trip with a proper sunrise.

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When we were telling people around us that we planned a trip to Georgia (the country) for May this year, most of the questions we got were: “Where is that on the map?” and “Why would you even consider going there for a vacation?”

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Sibiu International Theatre Festival is an event that promotes excellence in the Performing Arts. The festival represents, besides a celebration of arts, a perfect combination of theatre, music, dance, circus, movie, conferences, exhibitions and an opportunity for connections and friendships.

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