A citizen of a foreign country who seeks to enter Georgia generally must first obtain a Georgian visa, which is placed in the traveler’s passport (a visa blank) or is issued electronically (electronic visa). Certain international travelers may be eligible to travel to Georgia without a visa if they meet the requirements for visa-free travel.The visa policy of Georgia became comparatively liberal, allowing citizens of 98 countries to enter, reside, work and study in Georgia without the necessity to obtain either visa or residence permit.  In addition, Georgian Government approved the list of 50 countries whose visa and/or residence permit holders may enter Georgia without a visa for an appropriate period and under appropriate conditions.

List of Countries whose Citizens may Enter Georgia
without Visa for 1 (One) Full Year (Unless Otherwise Noted)
EU States
Botswana
Holy See
Moldova
Seychelles
Albania
Brazil
Honduras
Monaco
Singapore
Andorra
British Dependent Territories (1)
Iceland
Montenegro
South Africa
Antigua and Barbuda
British Overseas Territories(2)
Iran (45 days)
Netherlands Territories(5)
South Korea
Argentina
Brunei
Israel
New Zealand
Switzerland
Armenia
Canada
Japan
Norway
Tajikistan
Australia
Chile (90/180 days)
Kazakhstan
Oman
Thailand
Azerbaijan
Colombia
Kuwait
Panama
Turkey
Bahamas
Costa Rica
Kyrgyzstan
Qatar
Turkmenistan
Bahrain
Denmark Territories (3)
Lebanon
Russia
Ukraine
Barbados
Dominican Republic
Liechtenstein
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
United Arab Emirates
Belarus
Ecuador
Malaysia
San Marino
United States of America
Belize
El Salvador
Mauritius
Saudi Arabia
Uruguay (90days)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
French Republic Territories(4)
Mexico
Serbia
Uzbekistan
Jordan

By Air
Direct flights to Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi are from the following European cities: Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Cologne, Vienna, Prague, Munich, London, Moscow, Istanbul and Kiev. Currently Georgian Airways, Airzena, DBA, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, KLM, Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa fly to Georgia. The flights take from 4 to 4.5 hours. From North America flight takes about 12 hours. There are flights from Yerevan, Baku and other cities several times a week. Tbilisi Airport Is 18km. east of the city centre. Taxis and mini-buses are available for transportation into town. An international Airport  of  King  David Aghmashenebeli ” is functioning in Kutaisi, 17 Km-s away from the city. Air companies are operating direct flights from 49 European cities
By Road
Entrance by car is possible via Turkey, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Mini-buses travel from Georgia to all these countries several times daily.
Time GMT + 4 hour