Georgia with Armenia

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2002 - Travel - 294 pages
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Bradt's guide to Georgia will provide travellers with the most up-to-date and detailed source of hard facts for independent travellers and hikers on getting to and around this little-explored but very welcoming ex-Soviet state. Thorough coverage of the increasingly cosmopolitan capital, Tbilisi, and provincial towns is provided, together with plenty of suggestions for itineraries that cover the highlights of Georgia's picturesque and unspoiled countryside. Overland travel to neighbouring Armenia is popular with many visitors, for whom the final chapter on this mountainous country is a useful addition, focusing on the area from the Georgian border to the capital, Yerevan.

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Tim Burford is a writer and expedition leader whose has written Bradt Travel Guides to Poland and Ukraine, Romania, Chile and Argentina, and Mexico.

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