About Sights – The Highest Restaurant in Svaneti

Situated at a height of 2340 m, the Zuruldi restaurant near the town of Mestia is the highest restaurant in Georgia’s Svaneti region (Georgian: სვანეთი).

Zuruldi is the highest restaurant in Svaneti

Zuruldi is the highest restaurant in Svaneti

The restaurant is a popular venue for visitors to the Hatsvali Mountain Ski Resort.

A snowmobile at the Zuruldi Restaurant

A snowmobile at the Zuruldi Restaurant

The views from the restaurant are breathtaking.

The Zuruldi Restaurant

The Zuruldi Restaurant

Dancing on the terrace of the Zuruldi Restaurant.

Dancing on the terrace of the Zuruldi Restaurant.

Svans in traditional dress at the Zuruldi Restaurant.

Svans in traditional dress at the Zuruldi Restaurant.

How to get there? By car or minibus from the town of Mestia to the lower station of the Hatsvali Mountain Ski Resort ropeway that connects to the restaurant at the top of Mt. Zuruldi.

Stunning views of the Caucasus Mountains from Zuruldi Restaurant.

Stunning views of the Caucasus Mountains from Zuruldi Restaurant.

Photos courtesy of Zuruldi Restaurant.

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3 Responses to “About Sights – The Highest Restaurant in Svaneti”
  1. Bongo says:

    What an awesome place for a restaurant.

  2. bihua says:

    that makes me want to go there immediately

  3. sopho13 says:

    ჩემი ლამაზი სვანეთი ❤

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