How to get to Georgia, transport to and from Georgia
Tbilisi International Airport
is 18km (11 miles) east of city centre. To/from the airport: Train, mini-buses and taxis are available to the city centre (journey time – 30 minutes), state buses run throughout the day (website: http://www.tbilisiairport.com). Facilities: Banks, bars, restaurants, shops, duty-free shops.
Kutaisi International Airport: http://www.gcaa.ge/eng/kutaisi.php
Main ports: Batumi and Poti. Batumi and Poti provide international connections with the Black Sea ports of llichovsky (Ukraine), Varna (Bulgaria) and Bourgas (Bulgaria)
Getting to Georgia by rail is available from Republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan. The rail link from Russian Federation through Abkhazia is currently closed
Transport From Armenia
Transcaucasus Railway overnight train.
Departures from Yerevan are on even days, from Tbilisi on odd days.
Transport From Azerbaijan
Transcaucasus Railway overnight train
There are daily departures from Baku and Tbilisi.
For more information see http://www.railway.ge
Transport By Road
Getting to Georgia by road is available from Republics of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey. Other main routs in the north connecting Russian Federation with Georgia is closed.
Armenia – Georgia
Sadakhlo / Bagratashen (South- East Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi – 90 km.
Bavra (the Southern Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi- 330 km.
Azerbaijan – Georgia
Lagodekhi / Tsodna (Eastern Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi – 170 km,
Red Bridge (South – East Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi – 70 km.
Vakhtangisi (Southern Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi 60 km.
Georgia – Turkey
Sarpi (West Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi – 400 km.
Vale (South West Georgia). Distance to Tbilisi – 300 km.
The article gives info about transport to and from Georgia.
Have nice trip in Georgia