(2nd Edition) Lonely Planet Publications. Hike in the stunning Caucasus Mountians, bathe in the Black Sea, explore lush, church-studded hills, laze on the shores of Lake Sevan and enjoy generous local hospitality. Connect with the diverse cultures and wide-ranging landscapes of the South Caucasus in this, the only guide to cover the region. UNRAVEL THE PAST - extensive coverage of the region's fascinating history and mosaic of cultures. PLAN YOUR ROUTE with the help of tempting highlights and itineraries and over 40 deatiled maps. SLEEP SOUNDLY - wide-ranging listings from welcoming homestays to Soviet sanatoriums. ENJOY fine wines from Georgia and tasty Armenian cognac with our enticing food & drink sections. TALK THE TALK - impress the locals in all three languages using our expert guide.
Country Roads Press. 168 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes black and white illustrations. Highlights more than 50 unspoiled state and national parks, forests, and reserves, and includes all the information needed to enjoy these national treasures.
NTC Publishing Group. 208 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes black and white illustrations. Ramble through Georgia's rural heartland on 10 weekend tours that follow winding back roads and lead to an endless variety of country attractions.
Globe Pequot Press. Discover hidden gems and secret places in Georgia. Knowledgeably written and extensively researched, this guide takes the focus off mainstream tourist attractions and shines the spotlight squarely on the offbeat and unique. With a lively, user-friendly interior design and "fact blocks" stuffed with at-a-glance practical information, including dining, lodging, Web sites, and insider tips, this is the ultimate guide for those looking to capture the heart and soul of a destination.
Arthur Frommer Publications. Features: Spectacular color photos and an online travel directory; candid, authoritative hotel and restaurant reviews that are the best in the business---incredibly detailed, and carefully chosen to reflect every taste and budget; a wealth of information on sightseeing, sports, and special moments; and detailed, accurate detailed color maps that effectively show you the way in every locale.
Random House. 304 pages. Size 5"x9". Includes a full-size map. Features: Up-to-the-minute information and brand-new coverage of local trends; a unique color planning section --- all images are keyed to descriptive text about sights covered in the book; `Smart Travel Tips' --- a consumer-savvy travel primer full of expert advice and contacts; exclusive itineraries, to help readers decide what to see in the time they have available; thorough reviews of hotels and restaurants in every price range; one-of-a-kind features like `Off-the-Beaten Track' and `Need a Break?'; great sections on shopping, plus arts, nightlife, sports, and wonderful side trips; and detailed maps and floor plans for key points of interest.
3rd Edition. Bradt Publications. 272 pages. Bradt's guide to Georgia will provide travellers and hikers with all the insights, hard facts and hidden treasures for this little-explored but very welcoming ex-Soviet state. Thorough coverage of Tbilisi and provincial towns is provided, together with plenty of suggestions for itineraries that cover the highlights of Georgia's picturesque and unspoiled countryside. ? Comprehensive details of where to stay and eat ? A traveller's guide to Georgian hospitality, customs and transport ? The flora and fauna of the region
Moon Publications. 374 pages. Seasoned traveler Kap Stann offers an insider's view of Georgia from eating at the best roadside rib joints to hiking the Peach State's rugged stretch of Appalachian Trail. Kap is a perfect tour guide, providing trip ideas like a Classic Savannah Weekend, the Old Atlantic Coast Highway, and the Barbecue Landmark Trail. Packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations, Moon Georgia has lots of options for a range of travel budgets. Every Moon guidebook includes recommendations for must-see sights and many regional, area, and city-centered maps. Complete with details on "shooting the hootch" (taking a lazy float trip down the Chattahoochee River), getting a lesson on Civil War history in Chickamauga, and heading to the coast to sample the barbecue at the Georgia Pig, Moon Georgia gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience. With expert writers, first-rate strategic advice, and an essential dose of humor, Moon Handbooks are the cure for the common trip.
Globe Pequot Press. 208 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes 6 maps. Features: Suggested age range, address, phone numbers, hours, season of operation, and admission cost; highlighted free attractions for the budget-minded; icons for at-a-glance descriptions of destinations; listings at the end of each section for kid-friendly accommodations and restaurants; sidebars for making travel with children easier; all written in a humorous manner, and expressed in an honest opinionated style.