Gamarjoba and welcome to Tbilisi, the historic capital of the nation of Georgia! There's so much for expats to do and experience in this distinctive and highly welcoming city, and at InterNations we're here to give you the best possible start by providing a variety of resources and opportunities to connect with Tbilisi's diverse international community. Whether you're looking for advice on buying or renting an apartment in the city, want to know what to expect from Georgian public transportation and healthcare, or would like insights into Tbilisi's business culture and etiquette, our members will be happy to share their experiences. Just join InterNations to participate in our forums ask any questions you might have and to share your own experiences of life in the city. Tbilisi is a truly modern city that has seen many striking changes over the past few decades, with an increasingly cosmopolitan feel and excellent connections to the rest of the Caucasus region. From the ancient churches and botanical gardens to the open air museums and festivals, there's something for everyone in this beautiful and multifaceted capital.
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Located near the southeast edge of Europe on the banks of the Mtkvari River, Tbilisi is Georgia's largest and most populous city, housing around a quarter of the country's population. Tbilisi has had a troubled history, from civil conflict and mafia wars that stifled the city's prospects throughout much of the 20th century to more recent devastating floods. However, the Georgian people are resilient and world famous for their hospitality, and the country has seen considerable economic and social development in the 21st century. Many expats are drawn to Tbilisi by opportunities in the industrial and service sectors, and by strong connections to the wider Caucasus region. It's worth noting that while Azerbaijan and Armenia have virtually no positive diplomatic relations due to ongoing disputes, Georgia maintains relatively good relations with both countries, making Tbilisi a good strategic location for business operations in the region. A fascinating city that's rich in history and full of heart and soul, Tbilisi should be on the watch list of any expat looking to experience the beauty and diversity of Georgian and Eurasian culture.
InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities across the globe. Get to know fellow internationals in your city, before you're moving, or when traveling somewhere and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Singapore or Hong Kong, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.
At InterNations we've made it easier than ever to connect to like-minded expatriates living and working in Tbilisi. We run a safe and secure member-driven community, based around the guiding principles of honesty, respect, and openness, allowing pose any questions you might have about the practicalities and challenges of life in the Georgian capital. You may be seeking practical advice such as how to obtain a work permit, need legal and financial advice from an English-speaking professional in the city, and want to know what to expect in terms of salary and cost of living. Alternatively, you can also use our platform to pursue social activities and make personal connections by joining a sports team, organizing a get-together, or taking a language course. If you're not sure where to get started, why not attend one of our regular InterNations networking events, in which you can meet fellow expats for food, drinks and entertainment in one of Tbilisi's many attractive venues?