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Georgia is located in a region known as the Caucasus at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. The capital and largest city of the country is Tbilisi, also known as Tiflis. Georgia is a member of the United Nations and the Council of Europe, amongst other international organizations. Georgia shares borders with Russia (to the North), Azerbaijan (to the South-East), Armenia (to the South), and Turkey (to the south-west).

The Republic of Georgia is one of the few countries located in Europe where surrogacy is legal. Particularly, the law that regulates this third-party assisted reproduction treatment came into force in 1997. The cost and the favorable conditions for both residents and non-residents are the main reasons why childless couples from all around the world pursue surrogacy here.

Georgia’s climate is diverse; although, it is warm and pleasant throughout most of the country. The Greater Caucasus Mountains influence the climate of Georgia by keeping cold northern winds away. The Lesser Caucasus Mountains partially protect the country form dry and hot air masses from the South. Winters are short and rather mild. Spring and Autumn are the wettest seasons, Winter and Summer – the driest. The average temperature in summer is between 20-24 degrees Celsius, in winter 2-4. Humidity is lower.

Georgia is a remarkable tourist location. The country hosts more than 6 million tourists every year, who come to experience its world-famous food, hospitality, and marvelous landmarks. Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has a western European feel where parents-to-be can enjoy the wide variety of bars and restaurants the city has to offer, all with fantastic customer service.