The flow of tourists to Georgia has increased

The flow of tourists to Georgia has increased

According to the updated statistics of the National Tourism Administration of Georgia, in June 2022, 90,239 people entered Georgia from Russia. This is 502.9% more than last year and 40.7% less than in 2019.
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According to the updated statistics of the National Tourism Administration of Georgia, in June 2022, 90,239 people entered Georgia from Russia. This is 502.9% more than last year and 40.7% less than in 2019.

In May this year, 51,561 people entered Georgia from Russia, which is 376.6% more than last year and 70.1% less than in 2019.

In general, in June 2022, 445,894 international guests visited Georgia (185.% more than in 2021). The international tourism recovery rate was 51%.

The TOP-15 countries whose citizens visited Georgia in June are as follows:

  1. Russia – 90,239 people, an increase of 503% compared to the previous year.
  2. Turkey – 62,192 people, an increase of 110% from the previous year.
  3. Armenia – 61,974 people, an increase of 365% compared to the previous year.
  4. Georgia (non-residents) – 22,143 people, an increase of 104% compared to the previous year.
  5. Israel – 20,555 people, an increase of 30% from the previous year.
  6. Ukraine – 15,273 people, an increase compared to the previous year -1%
  7. Kazakhstan – 14,368 people, an increase of 96% from the previous year.
  8. Azerbaijan – 13,067 people, an increase of 89% compared to the previous year.
  9. Belarus – 12,284 people, an increase of 222% compared to the previous year.
  10. Saudi Arabia – 10,372 people, an increase of 72% from the previous year.
  11. Iran – 9,454 people, an increase of 599% from the previous year.
  12. Uzbekistan – 5,697 people, an increase of 106% compared to the previous year.
  13. Germany – 5,557 people, an increase of 240% from the previous year.
  14. Poland – 3,907 people, an increase of 118% compared to the previous year.
  15. United States – 3,195, an increase of 87% compared to the previous year.

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