Experiencing Digital Nomad Life From My Home City. Adventures from Tbilisi, Georgia
Exploring my home city from a different angle.
Did you know that Georgia has become one of the hottest Digital Nomad destinations in Europe in recent years?
Many people tell me that they want to visit Georgia and explore everyday life there. Because, why not?! Good weather, welcoming people, and excellent food is all around the place. So, what’s not to like?
This is really nice to hear for me because, well, I’m Georgian, and I love when I hear good things about my home country.
To give you a little context, I’m a Content Creator. I love to travel and live in different places, but generally, I’m based in Estonia.
I left my home country, Georgia, around six years ago, but I’ve been regularly visiting my family there during holidays.
With the current Covid situation, I couldn’t manage to go there for the last three years. So this Christmas was a perfect time to do something about it and plan a trip.
On the one hand, I would visit my friends and family, and on the other, I would explore my home city from the nomad perspective. What a genius idea!
The experience was fantastic, and I would like to tell you all about it. Returning to Georgia after three years was full of reunions, quality food, and unbelievable experiences.
Everyday Life in Tbilisi
Georgian capital perfectly displays the contrast of European and Asian cultures. This is heavily represented in the lifestyle and traditions here, making the experience even more unique.
Tbilisi offers a similar way of life as other European cities. However, it still represents its old culture tied deep in history.
The whole country is a budget-friendly destination. But compared to other cities in Georgia, living in Tbilisi might be a bit more expensive but still relatively cheap.
We are a friendly nation. Georgians believe that the guest is a gift from God. We like to host our international friends here, invite them to family dinners, and tell various stories…