Ad banners on Georgia have been placed in the central streets of Azerbaijani capital of Baku, and on the trains of Baku Metro. At the same time 30-second videos are being displayed on the monitors throughout the city.
Georgia's sightseeing places are also advertised on the social networking sites.
The marketing campaign in Azerbaijan will continue until December 15. Its goal is to promote Georgia's tourism potential.
Georgia's Tourism Agency told Trend on Sept. 8 that Azerbaijan is one of the priority tourism markets for Georgia.
In recent years, the number of visitors from Azerbaijan has increased significantly. According to stats, during the first eight months of 2014, Georgia was visited by 859,683 visitors from Azerbaijan or 25 percent more than in the same period of 2013.
Azerbaijan ranks second in terms of the number of visitors going to Georgia.