Georgia lifted all restrictions for tourists
From June 15, Georgia will lift all coronavirus entry restrictions for foreign tourists. This became known from a government decree published on the website of the Legislative Herald of Georgia.
So, from Wednesday, June 15, all travelers are exempted from the obligation to present PCR tests or vaccination certificates when crossing the border.
Earlier in May, Russia opened its land border with Georgia — according to a government decree, bases are no longer required to enter the country. According to experts, the changes will increase the flow of Russian autotourists to the Caucasian country, as well as increase the intensity of bus traffic (for example, flights from Stavropol and Krasnodar will be launched). For example, a bus ticket Moscow – Tbilisi is about 6-7 thousand rubles.
Earlier, the National Tourism Administration of the Georgian Ministry of Economy recorded that over 105,000 Russians visited the country in the first four months of this year, which is six times more than in the same period last year.