There are direct bus services that start from Istanbul, Turkey and go all the way to Tbilisi. One can even find non-stop buses between Baku, Azerbaijan and Tbilisi. There are numerous minibuses that run between Georgia and Russia, as well as from other neighbouring countries such as Azerbaijan, Iran, Armenia and Iraq.
Regular trains ply from Baku, Azerbaijan and end at Tbilisi, stopping at various destinations along the way. There is also a train service that connects the city of Yerevan, Armenia, with the Georgian capital city of Tbilisi.
It is possible to enter Georgia by boat, from the various ports of the country, such as the ports of Poti, Batumi, and Sukhumi. Most of the boats here come from port cities like Istanbul, Odessa, Trabzon, Sochi, Piraeus, and Genoa. Though the port of Sukhumi is comparatively difficult to access, the ports of Batumi and Poti are extremely well-connected.
Citizens of the United Arab Emirates need no visa to enter Georgia and will be issued a visa on arrival. Visitors holding visa or residence permits of other GCC countries can travel visa-free to Georgia for a duration of up to 90 days (note: the GCC resident permit should be at least 6-month old for Georgia visa exemption).
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