March is one of the most exciting months to visit Georgia, a country located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. As winter comes to an end, Georgia bursts into life with vibrant celebrations and festivals that showcase its rich cultural heritage.

One event not to be missed during March is Tbilisi Fashion Week. This glamorous event attracts fashion enthusiasts from all over the world who come to see the latest collections from local designers as well as international brands. The atmosphere is electric with live music, open-air shows, and after-parties at some of Tbilisi’s coolest venues.

Another highlight of March in Georgia is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Although it might seem odd for a small Caucasian nation to celebrate an Irish holiday, Georgian people love to party and this annual celebration has quickly become one of their favorites.


Things to do in Georgia in March 

March 3, Mother's Day

One of Georgia's more recent public holidays, honoring mothers and their contribution to society, was instituted in 1991 at the suggestion of Zviad Gamsakhurdia, the nation's first president. It quickly became well-liked and has been honored ever since. Children and partners present their moms and partners with flowers and little presents, and several concerts, exhibitions, and charitable events are held on this day.

mothers day

International Women’s Day - 8 March 

In Georgia, one of the most celebrated statutory holidays is International Women's Day.

The Socialist Party of America staged the inaugural Women's Day in 1909 in New York. In 1917, Soviet Russia granted women the right to vote, and the occasion was commemorated with a national holiday. The holiday was embraced by the Western feminist movement in the late 1960s, and the United Nations officially recognized it in 1977.

international womens day

Easter During March-May 

Easter is Georgia's most significant national holiday after Christmas because it honors the resurrection of Jesus, which is at the center of the Christian religion. As a result, it is widely observed across the country.


Holy Week, which concludes with Easter, cannot be observed because of a 40-day religious fast. The final hours of Jesus' life are commemorated throughout the week, and each active church in Georgia celebrates a unique liturgy for each day of Holy Week. The Easter Triduum, also known as Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, are the three most significant days.

orthodox easter

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