Guide For Intended Parents - Georgia (საქართველო - Sakartvelo)
Tbilisi International Airport
Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport formerly Novo Alexeyevka International Airport, is the main international airport in Georgia, located 17 km southeast of the capital Tbilisi.
Bus Service: Public bus stop is located in front of the Arrival hall and provides passenger transportation on route # 37 - Airport-Tbilisi city center - Airport. Working hours – 24/7. One way fee is 0.50 GEL
Taxi Service: Taxi service at Tbilisi International Airport is available outside the terminal, just at the curbside of the Arrival Hall and provides 24 hour service to the passengers. The journey time to the city center takes 20-30 minutes dependent on traffic. Taxi fee depends on taxi meter indication (From 30 to 50 GEL). Phone: +995 32 2511511
Infertility treatment at Medvisit Global is not only about doctor appointments, signing contacts and other formalities. We asked our international patients about their favorite Georgian traditional food that they had tasted while being here - in this beutiful country.
Twisted knobs of dough, typically stuffed with meat and spices, then served boiled or steamed. The trick with khinkali is to eat them without spilling the hot broth inside all over yourself. How to eat khinkali: sprinkle black pepper all over it (if you are fond of spicy food), grab the dumpling by the handle and turn upside down. Take small bites from the side, slurping some broth as you go.
Soft bread, flavorful cheese, and a runny egg combined to make Adjaruli Khachapuri, a Georgian cheese boat that is sure to win your heart (and hopefully your stomach as well)
Pkhali is a cold vegetarian appetizer. Walnut paste, spices, fresh herbs and vinegar are added to vegetables, fried or boiled. Pkhali is often garnished with pomegranate seeds, which enhances the mild acidity with a sour and fruity taste.
Prepared of corn flour, cornmeal, and Sulguni cheese. The cornmeal is cooked for about an hour and steered occasionally, so it is definitely not a fast food. Elarji is usually served with a nuts sauce – Baje. Soft and stretching cheese with crunchy cornmeal create a divine dish that melts in the mouth.