Also to see: Tours to Georgia for May holidays in 2023


May in Georgia is a time of year that is simply breathtaking. The weather begins to warm up, the flowers start to bloom, and the trees become lush with greenery once again. With all this beauty around, it’s no wonder that May is such an exciting month for many Georgians.

One of the best things about May in Georgia is the festivals and events that take place throughout the state. From music festivals to food fairs, there’s something for everyone during this time of year. Whether you’re interested in sampling delicious cuisine (Also, Check out our Khachapuri Masterclass)or listening to live music from talented artists, you’re sure to find an event that will pique your interest.

Another great thing about May in Georgia is the opportunity to explore some of the state’s most stunning natural attractions.


Important days in May! 

1)Victory Day - 9 May

You understand the significance of the day if you reside in a post-Soviet nation. Victory Day—the day fascism was overthrown! 

One of the most celebrated celebrations is Victory Day. On this day in 1945, Germany submitted to the Soviet Union.

On Victory Day, many residents take part in the neighborhood's yearly parade and watch the nighttime fireworks display. On Moscow's Red Square, the largest parade showcasing the Russian army is staged. For the parade or a veteran organization event, many veterans wear their medals.

victory day in Georgia

2)Saint Andrew the First-Called Day - May,12 

The Georgian Orthodox Church commemorates the birthday of Saint Andrew The First of Georgia, who served as Georgia's spiritual leader.

The Holy Apostle Andrew Andrew was the saint Peter's son and one of the first apostles to be given the title "the Holy Apostle Andrew" by Jesus Christ.

Since the dawn of time, Georgians have revered Saint Andrew, who is a key image in their religious calendar. Saint Andrew, who founded the Georgian Orthodox Church, represents the Mother of God in that country.


He traveled to Georgia before. The Holy Mother of God summoned Saint Andrew before he arrived in Georgia, and she gave him a task to carry out: to propagate Christianity in Georgia, which is the Holy Mother of God's home.

st andrew first called day


3)Independence Day! - May,26

Georgians are people who, no matter how difficult it may be, always struggle for their freedom. 

One of the most significant and well-known holidays in Georgia is Independence Day, so if you enjoy this nation, intend to travel there, or simply enjoy Georgia's history, you shouldn't pass up the opportunity to attend an incredible event! 

Beginning in the Georgian capital Tbilisi and moving through the hilly city of Mestia Today, the nation has been honoring May 26, 1918, which marks the adoption of Georgia's Act of Independence, creating the First Democratic Republic of Georgia as an independent state.

The main event site was Freedom Square in the heart of Tbilisi. However, the Svaneti, Adjara, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Kakheti, and Mtskheta-Mtianeti areas hosted the ceremony.

indepidence day in Georgia


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