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The flow of foreign tourists to the country is growing annually, while the Georgians themselves hardly rest at home
Back in early April, more than 98% of hotels were booked during the May holidays in Tbilisi. “We expect an influx of tourists from the end of April, mainly tourists from Russia come to us due to the long May weekends,” says Maria Khokhlova, manager of the Tkemali Tour travel company. Despite the fact that thanks to the “elder brother”, Georgia lost Abkhazia in the early 1990s, and South Ossetia in 2008 and the fact that the Georgian special services called the occupation of Georgian territories the main danger for the country, tourists from the country with tricolor are accepted here with traditional Georgian hospitality. After all, every tourist is money.
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