- Budget accommodation per person 25 GEL
- Two-course meal 15–20 GEL
- Museum 3 GEL
- Beer per bottle 2–3GEL
- 100km marshrutka ride 8 GEL
- Georgia’s currency is the lari (GEL). It has been fairly stable since it was introduced in 1995. One lari is divided into 100 tetri.
- Banknotes come in denominations of one, two, five, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 lari; coins run from one tetri to two lari.
- ATMs, generally accepting MasterCard, Visa, Cirrus and Maestro cards, are plentiful in cities and towns.
- There are also plenty of banks and small money-exchange offices in most towns and cities, where you can exchange US dollars, euros and sometimes sterling and the currencies of Georgia's neighbouring countries.
- You can make purchases with credit cards at some hotels, restaurants and shops, though less frequently outside Tbilisi.
- Common tipping practice in restaurants is just to round up the bill to the next round number.
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