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overnight in tbilisi

Tbilisi Georgia

Narikala Fortress Fortress exists here since the middle of the 4th century, on a steep...

Narikala Fortress

Fortress exists here since the middle of the 4th century, on a steep hill overlooking the city.
It was occupied by Iranian, Byzantine and Arab conquerors in various periods of time. Royal palace was also resided here. The main feature of the fortress is St. Nicolas church that stands in the lower court. Newly built (1996-1997), it replaces the original 13th century church that was destroyed in a fire. 

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Sioni Cathedral

The "Assumption of the Mother of God" Cathedral is one of the most known monuments in the Old Town. The beginning of its construction is dated the 5 th – 6 th centuries and the completion - the first half of the 7 th century.
The Cathedral is named after Mount Zioni at Jerusalem. There is the greatest relic of Georgia , the cross of St. Nino who established Christianity on Georgian soil. Sioni was destroyed many times by enemies. But each time it rose from the ashes.

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Tbilisi Botanical Garden

It is a beautiful few centuries old garden in the historical part of Tbilisi. Once during the times of ancient states, this territory belonged to royal gardens. Tbilisi botanical garden has more than 3500 kinds of plants.
Its territory of 129 hectares presents both, local and world flora, few waterfalls and mounting bridges scattered around the garden for comfort of visitors, collection of rare plants and the century-long tree.

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Anchiskhati Church

Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Marya is the ancient acting church erected in the 6 th century AD. The church received its present name in the 17 th century when the big icon from Anchi cathedral ( Southern Georgia ) was moved there. The icon of the Vernicle Image of the Savior is one of the greatest relics of Georgia.

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Metekhi Church

Metekhi - the district where the church stands is a very old neighborhood, where according to  historical accounts, King Vakhtang I Gorgasali erected the first church here and his own residence in 5th century.
The church itself was built around the 12th Century but has since gone through a cycle of damages and restorations. Metekhi is not so big but it is very rich in history and it beautifully sits on a cliff overlooking the Mkvari River in a section called Old Tbilisi.

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Mount Mtatsminda and Funicular

The Tiflis Funicular railway was constructed to develop the uninhabited Mtatsminda plateau that overlooks the city and was first opened on 27 March 1905. The popularity of the Funicular was further increased when an entertainment and leisure park was constructed on the Mtatsminda plateau in the 1930s. 
In the days of the Soviet Union, Mtatsminda Park was the third most visited public park in the USSR, The Funicular Railway underwent several reconstructions until being replaced in 2012 with modern equipment and carriages. The Funicular is a great way to get to Mtatsminda Park

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Temple Kashveti

"Kashveti" is the newest and the most beautiful churches of Tbilisi. It was built in 1910 on the place of the crumbling church of the same name. Today it is famous for miraculous image of St. David and exquisitely painted altar with stone laces.
The first church on this place appeared in the 6th century, and the history of its appearance is partly related to David Gareja, one of the Assyrian fathers preaching Christianity in Georgia.
Today Kashveti church, the outcome of the German, Italian and a Georgian collaboration, is one of the best architectural monuments of Tbilisi created in classical Georgian style.

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Holy Trinity Cathedral

Holy Trinity Cathedral is the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Constructed between 1995 and 2004, it is one of the largest and tallest religious buildings in Georgia.
Its height is more than one hundred meters, an area of over 5000 square meters and capacity 15,000 parishioners. The cathedral complex includes an underground section and integrates nine chapels, various supplementary buildings, and beautiful gardens.

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Bridge of peace

The bridge was made from glass and still, was officially opened in May 2010. In the design of the bridge built in an interesting system of illumination:
in the evening and night time every hour thousand bulbs translate Morse code message, visible to both of parapets of the bridge.

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Abanotubani sulfur baths

Abanotubani is the place, where according to legend, King Vakhtang Gorgasali’s falcon fell, leading to the discovery of the hot springs and, subsequently the founding of a new capital.
Even the name of the city is translated as "warm". High in sulfurs and other minerals,
with a constant temperature of 38C to 47C, the waters have long been used for relaxing, and as a therapeutic aid for a range of ailments including skin conditions and arthritis.

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2 day

overnight in tbilisi

Kazbegi Georgia

Stepantsminda-Kazbegi National Park Stepantsminda is small settlement the center of the Kazbegi , located downhill...

Stepantsminda-Kazbegi National Park

Stepantsminda is small settlement the center of the Kazbegi , located downhill the one of the highest mountains in the Europe (5043 m) Kazbegi. It is covered by snow and glaciers, fresh mountain air and mineral springs of Stepantsminda are considered to be the main therapy for breathing or eating disorders.
Local attractions include the Kazbegi - Ethnographic Museum in town, and the Gergeti Trinity Church outside of town, and forests of the surrounding Kazbegi Nature Reserve.
Park is located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains in northern Georgia and covers an area of 8707 hectares.The park contains Georgia’s third highest peak – Mount Kazbegi, several historical sites, stone towers and churches. The park is rich in wildlife and geothermal springs.
Among the entertainment most popular and widely practiced here is extreme tourism. Besides mountain climbing here are organized paragliding flights, horse riding, cycling activities and rafting.

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Gergeti Trinity Church

The Church dates back to the 14th century, is located at a 2170 meter-tall elevation at the foot of the well-known Mount Kazbegi. The church leaves its visitors speechless and makes them wonder how its creators managed to build it at such a height without using modern technology.  Besides its religious function, the church was used for safekeeping of precious relics in times of danger.  The church is a popular waypoint for trekkers in the area, and can be reached by a steep 3 hour climb up the mountain, or around 30 minutes by jeep.

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Mount Kazbegi 

Kazbegi in Georgian known as Mkinvartsveri “Ice-Top”, this perpetually snow-covered giant is, at 5047m, one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus. Kazbegi is steeped in legend: the ancient Greeks believed that Prometheus was chained to the rocky flanks of the mountain as a punishment for stealing fire from the Gods and giving it to mortals.

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Ananuri fortress

Ananuri fortress
Ananuri is a fortified church complex of  Ananuri  (17th century) is one of the most attractive sights along the Georgian Military Highway. The mirrored surface of the Zhinvali reservoir and forested foothills of the mountains provide a picturesque backdrop for its handsome towers and battlements.

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3 day

overnight in tbilisi

Mtskheta Georgia

Jvari monastery Jvari is one of the most popular monument and remarkable achievements of the...

Jvari monastery

Jvari is one of the most popular monument and remarkable achievements of the ancient Georgian architecture, located on Mount Armazi at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking the entire town of Mtskheta. Since 1994 Jvari is a World Heritage Site.The legend says that, there was a pagan temple on the site of the monastery. After the adoption of Christianity in Georgia in the early IV century, here, at the peak of the mountain, Saint Nino erected a large wooden cross, destroying pagan temple symbolizing the baptism of Georgia. According to legend, the the cross was reportedly able to work miracles and therefore drew pilgrims from all over the Caucasus, attracting pilgrims from all over the Caucasus, It is known that the churches throughout Georgia were repeatedly destroyed during the invasions, but Jvari came to us almost untouched.

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Svetitskhoveli (The Life Giving Pillar) Cathedral

Svetitskhoveli is a place where the Christ’s robe is believed to lie beneath the central nave, under a square pillar. It’s the most venerated places for Georgian people. It was built in the 11 th century (1010-1029) on the site of the first Christian Georgian church erected in the 4 th century.

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Shio-Mgvime monastery

Shio-Mgvime is a medieval monastic complex in Georgia, located in a beautiful forest place near the town of Mtskheta. According to a historic tradition, the first monastic community at this place was founded by the 6th-century monk Shio, one of the Thirteen Assyrian Fathers who came to Georgia as Christian missionaries. on the left bank of the river Kura in Georgia. The road follows a narrow limestone canyon from the main square in the town Mtskheta.

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Samtavro

Samtavro monastery complex - former residence of the lords of Mtskheta is a burial and coronation site of Georgian royal family. The first Christian King, Mirian and his wife Nana are buried in the church. Also the famous Georgian monk Gabriel .The main building of the complex is the great church of Samtavro was built in the 11th century, the tiny church of St Nino dates from the 4th c. In the North-west stands a handsome three-storey bell-tower of 13th c. The South-west buildings have functioned both as a nunnery and theological seminary of the Georgian Orthodox Church.

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Gori Georgia

Uplistsikhe «Fortress of God» Fortress is one of the rarest monuments in the world –...

Uplistsikhe «Fortress of God»

Fortress is one of the rarest monuments in the world – the ancient fortified city Uplistsikhe cut inside the volcanic rocks of the Kvernaki ridge. It was first mentioned in the annals of the 1st century BC and prospered in the 9th -10th centuries.
Uplistsikhe was a cult temple city, a large pagan centre prior to Christianity introduction in Georgia (the 4 th century). In the 13 th century Uplistsikhe was destroyed as a result of devastating invasion of Genghis -khan hordes to Georgia.In the 19 th century Uplistsikhe was lost under the layers of dirt and sand. Huge efforts of many experts in its excavation, cleaning, strengthening, restoration and studying of this outstanding historical monument in the history of Georgian culture revived Uplistsikhe which is listed among the historical monuments protected by UNESCO.

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Joseph Stalin Museum 

Stalin State Museum is situated in Gori, in the town where Stalin was born. The complex of the museum was opened in 1957. In the house, where Stalin was born,the memorial museum was opened in 1937, during Stalin’s life-time. The complex of the museum includes the memorial house, Stalin’s carriage and the two-storeyed exhibition building. Unique displays: memorial things, presents, canvases, photo- and documents are gathered in the museum.

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4-5 day

overnight in tbilisi

Kakheti Georgia

sihgnaghi Sighnaghi - City of wine and love in the Alazani Valley. The name of...

sihgnaghi

Sighnaghi - City of wine and love in the Alazani Valley. The name of the town comes from Turkish word “signak” meaning a shelter   — has had a rich history as a central hub for tradesmen and artisans. Sighnaghi is  cute and small city with  winding cobblestone streets,  Italian architecture, and 18th   century defensive walls create a charming atmosphere. Visitors can  stay, and enjoy the hospitality of the innkeepers and delicious  Georgian  cuisine. There is a several historic churches, very interesting  Georgian National  Museum and famous 24 hour Wedding  palace, where everyone can get married at any time they wish. 

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Monastery of St. Nino in Bodbe

Convent is situated in a picturesque place, at the feet of the Great Caucasian Range. According to ancient literary sources, the convent was founded right after St. Nino’s earthly life, in the first part of the fourth century. St. Nino converted Georgia to Christianity around 327-332 A.D. Her prayers cured many people, from serious diseases. After completing her great deeds, St. Nino reposed in the village of Bodbe, and there, in accordance with God’s providence, she was buried.Soon the King St. Mirian III built a first church on the burial place of the Saint, ever since then, the convent had been gaining significance and eventually turned into an important pilgrimage site, that it still is. The tomb of St. Nino was revered so much that even Tatar-Mongols, who had devastated the entire country, did not dare to desecrate it, although they did some damage to the church itself. Some 3 km from the convent, a small Chapel of St. Zabulon and St. Sosana was constructed, in the 1990s, above St. Nino’s Spring, which, according to a local legend, emerged through Nino’s prayers and is believed to have a healing power. The amazing power of this place feels everyone whose heart is open to him.

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Winery Kindzmarauli Marani

Established in 2001, “Kindzmarauli Marani” is a producer of exquisite Georgian Wines and Spirits. The winery is located in the heart of the Kakheti Region – Kvareli. The unique location and terroir enable the company to produce high-quality wines.
Here, it is possible to taste the Georgian Wine and get the best experience ever that you will remember for a long time .

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Nekresi Monastery complex

Monastery complex is standing on a hill and facing a beautiful view of the Alazani Valley. Nekresi hides many interesting frescoes and the great history of this small but very brave country. Monastery was founded by St. Abibo Nekreseli, one of the Thirteen Assyrian monks who came to Georgia in the 6th century to strengthen Christian faith but already in the 4th century one of the first Christian churches was built here. Thus Nekresi Monastery ensemble includes several structures built in different times The main church of Assumption of the Virgin was built in 6-7th CC. Nekresi Monastery experienced numerous of Muslims invasions. There is a legend which tells about one of it: when Nekresi was attacked by Muslims, defenders of the monastery let the pigs out of the monastery. Muslims invaders saw the pigs on their way, ceased hostilities and left the monastery in the peace. In commemoration of this rescue the pig was announced as Nekresi protector and up to now the Nekresi st. Virgin temple is the only one church in Georgia where pig can be sacrificed.

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Gremi

The magnificent town of Gremi was briefly medieval capital of the kingdom of Kakheti, and has equally splendid architecture and history including its church, the royal residence, commercial neighborhood and small museum. The archangel’s Church, built in 1565, is considered as one of the masterpiece of late medieval kakhetian architecture. Alas, Gremi lasted only one and half century. In the beginning of the 17th century it was razed to the ground by the armies of Shah Abbas I of Persia and had only been restored in our days

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Aleksandre Chavchavadze House-Museum  in Tsinandali

Tsinandali is a manorial estate of Georgian noble house Chavchavadze. The very first winery in the Alazani Valley was established here. It’s wonderful fusion of European and Georgian architecture throwing light on the life of Georgian aristocracy of the epoch. Among other remarkable items brought by Chavchavadze from Europe, is a piano that is the first recorded piano in Georgia. Visitors can enjoy a tour in his wine cellar that is still functioning and enjoy the gorgeous palace gardens.

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Alaverdi

Alaverdi was founded in the second half of the 6 th century by Assyrian father Joseph Alaverdeli. It remained the tallest church in Georgia for nearly a millennium (up to 50 meters). Situated in the heart of the world's oldest wine region, the monks also make their own wine and natural honey.Present day cathedral was built by Kakhetian king Kvirike II in the 11 th century. The cathedral has retained remains of artworks of the 11th and 15-16th century. The cathedral was damaged in battles and was fist restored in 1476-95. In 1742 a strong earthquake destroyed the dome and in 1750 the restoration project that was concluded by king Erekle II.  

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Ilia lake Georgia

This public, man-made lake is located just a 5-minute drive from the center of Kvareli. With a well-equipped recreation area, you can try cycling, renting a catamaran or paddle boat, swimming in the lake and looking at the forest-covered mountains... Isn’t life wonderful?

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6-7 day

overnight in Borjomi

Borjomi Georgia

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies...

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi

The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies a narrow, wooded valley. The original warm mineral spring, named Ekaterina Spring, sits beneath a pavilion straight ahead of the park entrance (you can fill bottles from it). Then a cable car will take you to the top where you can enjoy a bird’s-eye-view of the city. Panorama of marvelous maintains and hills covered with emerald-green mat of hundred-year-old trees will come into your view.

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The Romanovs’ Palace

The Palce is also known as Likani Palace. Currently it serves as an official residence of the President of Georgia (since 2004). The palace was designed by Leon Benois for Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia. The palace houses unique exhibits, including a table given to the Romanovs by Napoleon, armchairs given by the Shah of Iran, and many other interesting things.

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Kharagauli National Park

Park is a protected area and one of the largest national parks on Caucasus. The park was established in 1995 and its total area is ​​85 047hectares, which is represented by well-preserved and protected forest habitats, rare and unique flora and fauna, and a unique and unforgettable landscape. The national park offers hiking, horseback riding, biking, cultural and educational tours – the routes function throughout the year. Picnic spots and camping sites are also situated along the routes

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The Green Monastery

Monastery located in a picturesque place in the Borjomi valley. People called it lovingly “The Green Monastery”, because all the trees in the valley are of a special green color. The stones, with which the church is built, are also green, but some are dark and some are light.. In the 16th century, during the invasions of Shah Thamaz, this monastery was raided. During this time dozens of monks were killed or tortured. Over the centuries, the divine service was no longer performed at the church. In the early 80s of the past century the church was rehabilitated. In 2002, after many centuries, the monastery was restored. There are many miracles and legends about the temple, which further enhances its interest.

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Akhalcixe Georgia

Vardzia cave town The unique monument of Georgian architecture, rock-hewn town of Vardzia . represents...

Vardzia cave town

The unique monument of Georgian architecture, rock-hewn town of Vardzia .
represents a multi-storied complex with streets, tunnels and stairs leading to monasteries, temples, fortresses, baths, libraries dwelling houses and so forth.
All in all there are over 600 premises connected by passages which stretched along the mountain for as long as 800 meters, to the depth of 50 meters standing 8 levels tall. In case of an enemy attack the monastery turned into a fortress for inhabitants and could host up to 20, 000 people. There is a big temple of the Assumption of the Virgin in the Vardzia. The temple still has the fragments of wonderful frescos of the 12 th century including the ones showing tsar George III and Queen Tamara.

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Rabat  fortress

Rabat  is the main sight of the Akhaltsikhe town, Its name comes from Arabic meaning “fortified place”. This military building erected in the 13th century had witnessed a lot over the centuries. The fortress had been destroyed several times, was often in a siege, as a result of which had absorbed tracks of different cultures and religions. In 2012 there was held a large reconstruction after which Rabati fortress in Akhaltsikhe turned into a town within the town. There are church, mosque, synagogue, small park, History Museum, various shops, hotels and even civil registry office inside the fortress walls.

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8 day

overnight in Samegrelo

Kutaisi Georgia

Sataphlia National Reserve Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see...

Sataphlia National Reserve

Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see dinosaur’s stoned trace, a unique karst cave, rock path, take picture with the models of dinosaurs, visit the small museum, walk on the quite unusual glass platform overlooking the city. Then go to Legendary Prometheus cave.

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Prometheus cave

Prometheus cave is one of the most colorful place in Georgia. Tourists may choose between walking tours and the boat ride along the underground river. Visitors are amazed with breathtaking views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers and lakes of the cave. All of which are spectacularly highlighted by one of the most amazing feature of the place – an underground light system filled with LED lights.

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Okatse canyon (Gordi)

Canyon Okatse has narrow suspension bridge stretching over a kilometer and a height of 140 meters over a cliff, which is correspondent to a 45 floor building. In the end of the suspended path is a panoramic look out. Canyon is beautified by several waterfalls. There are constructed several natural stone bridges. One of them is “Boga”. Feeling of a rare beauty similar of which a man rarely meets, becomes sharper when you step on it.

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samegrelo georgia

Martvili Martvili district is regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Its truly one...

Martvili

Martvili district is regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Its truly one of the greatest places in Georgia. This trip will allow you to enjoy the magnificent wild nature, warm climate and spectacular views. You can lend a boat  and have unforgettable journey between huge rocks and high waterfalls , swim in the sky blue rivers and lakes.

Martvili (Gatchedili) canyon

It is not just a beautiful place, but also endless adventures: rock climbing, swimming to move to the other side, float on boats through the canyon, whose height sometimes exceeds one hundred meters, wade through the cave, which still retained traces of bones dinosaurs, fascinating waterfalls, plunge into the cave lakes. You will forget reality for a few moments and find yourself in the Jurassic period.

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9-10 day

overnight in Batumi

Batumi Georgia

Batumi Georgia Ancient Greek legends told of a fabulously wealthy land where Jason and the...

Batumi Georgia

Ancient Greek legends told of a fabulously wealthy land where Jason and the Argonauts stole the Golden Fleece from King Aeetes with the help of his daughter Medea. It was a distant land that was reached by the Black Sea and down the River Phasis. The actual site of this legendary kingdom has never been found but the archaeologists believe that in Ajara existed the ancient civilization of Colchis. The main attraction, which is closely linked with the myth of Argonauts, is ancient Gonio Fortress. We invite you to join us in a journey back in time, experience the beautiful and interesting past of Ajara, and see modern Batumi with its imposing architecture and magnificent Boulevard.

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Price

Transportation - Accommodation in 3*Hotel - Privet guide - Entrance fees the museums, cable cars

1 – 2 Person Group: 1380 USD

1 – 4 Person Group: 1350 USD

1 – 6 Person Group: 1100 USD

1 – 12 Person Group: 885 USD

Eco tour

1 day

Tbilisi Georgia

Narikala Fortress Fortress exists here since the middle of the 4th century, on a steep...

Narikala Fortress

Fortress exists here since the middle of the 4th century, on a steep hill overlooking the city.
It was occupied by Iranian, Byzantine and Arab conquerors in various periods of time. Royal palace was also resided here. The main feature of the fortress is St. Nicolas church that stands in the lower court. Newly built (1996-1997), it replaces the original 13th century church that was destroyed in a fire. 

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Sioni Cathedral

The "Assumption of the Mother of God" Cathedral is one of the most known monuments in the Old Town. The beginning of its construction is dated the 5 th – 6 th centuries and the completion - the first half of the 7 th century.
The Cathedral is named after Mount Zioni at Jerusalem. There is the greatest relic of Georgia , the cross of St. Nino who established Christianity on Georgian soil. Sioni was destroyed many times by enemies. But each time it rose from the ashes.

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Tbilisi Botanical Garden

It is a beautiful few centuries old garden in the historical part of Tbilisi. Once during the times of ancient states, this territory belonged to royal gardens. Tbilisi botanical garden has more than 3500 kinds of plants.
Its territory of 129 hectares presents both, local and world flora, few waterfalls and mounting bridges scattered around the garden for comfort of visitors, collection of rare plants and the century-long tree.

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Anchiskhati Church

Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Marya is the ancient acting church erected in the 6 th century AD. The church received its present name in the 17 th century when the big icon from Anchi cathedral ( Southern Georgia ) was moved there. The icon of the Vernicle Image of the Savior is one of the greatest relics of Georgia.

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Metekhi Church

Metekhi - the district where the church stands is a very old neighborhood, where according to  historical accounts, King Vakhtang I Gorgasali erected the first church here and his own residence in 5th century.
The church itself was built around the 12th Century but has since gone through a cycle of damages and restorations. Metekhi is not so big but it is very rich in history and it beautifully sits on a cliff overlooking the Mkvari River in a section called Old Tbilisi.

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Mount Mtatsminda and Funicular

The Tiflis Funicular railway was constructed to develop the uninhabited Mtatsminda plateau that overlooks the city and was first opened on 27 March 1905. The popularity of the Funicular was further increased when an entertainment and leisure park was constructed on the Mtatsminda plateau in the 1930s. 
In the days of the Soviet Union, Mtatsminda Park was the third most visited public park in the USSR, The Funicular Railway underwent several reconstructions until being replaced in 2012 with modern equipment and carriages. The Funicular is a great way to get to Mtatsminda Park

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Temple Kashveti

"Kashveti" is the newest and the most beautiful churches of Tbilisi. It was built in 1910 on the place of the crumbling church of the same name. Today it is famous for miraculous image of St. David and exquisitely painted altar with stone laces.
The first church on this place appeared in the 6th century, and the history of its appearance is partly related to David Gareja, one of the Assyrian fathers preaching Christianity in Georgia.
Today Kashveti church, the outcome of the German, Italian and a Georgian collaboration, is one of the best architectural monuments of Tbilisi created in classical Georgian style.

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Holy Trinity Cathedral

Holy Trinity Cathedral is the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Constructed between 1995 and 2004, it is one of the largest and tallest religious buildings in Georgia.
Its height is more than one hundred meters, an area of over 5000 square meters and capacity 15,000 parishioners. The cathedral complex includes an underground section and integrates nine chapels, various supplementary buildings, and beautiful gardens.

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Bridge of peace

The bridge was made from glass and still, was officially opened in May 2010. In the design of the bridge built in an interesting system of illumination:
in the evening and night time every hour thousand bulbs translate Morse code message, visible to both of parapets of the bridge.

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Abanotubani sulfur baths

Abanotubani is the place, where according to legend, King Vakhtang Gorgasali’s falcon fell, leading to the discovery of the hot springs and, subsequently the founding of a new capital.
Even the name of the city is translated as "warm". High in sulfurs and other minerals,
with a constant temperature of 38C to 47C, the waters have long been used for relaxing, and as a therapeutic aid for a range of ailments including skin conditions and arthritis.

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2 day

Kazbegi Georgia

Stepantsminda-Kazbegi National Park Stepantsminda is small settlement the center of the Kazbegi , located downhill...

Stepantsminda-Kazbegi National Park

Stepantsminda is small settlement the center of the Kazbegi , located downhill the one of the highest mountains in the Europe (5043 m) Kazbegi. It is covered by snow and glaciers, fresh mountain air and mineral springs of Stepantsminda are considered to be the main therapy for breathing or eating disorders.
Local attractions include the Kazbegi - Ethnographic Museum in town, and the Gergeti Trinity Church outside of town, and forests of the surrounding Kazbegi Nature Reserve.
Park is located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains in northern Georgia and covers an area of 8707 hectares.The park contains Georgia’s third highest peak – Mount Kazbegi, several historical sites, stone towers and churches. The park is rich in wildlife and geothermal springs.
Among the entertainment most popular and widely practiced here is extreme tourism. Besides mountain climbing here are organized paragliding flights, horse riding, cycling activities and rafting.

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Gergeti Trinity Church

The Church dates back to the 14th century, is located at a 2170 meter-tall elevation at the foot of the well-known Mount Kazbegi. The church leaves its visitors speechless and makes them wonder how its creators managed to build it at such a height without using modern technology.  Besides its religious function, the church was used for safekeeping of precious relics in times of danger.  The church is a popular waypoint for trekkers in the area, and can be reached by a steep 3 hour climb up the mountain, or around 30 minutes by jeep.

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Mount Kazbegi 

Kazbegi in Georgian known as Mkinvartsveri “Ice-Top”, this perpetually snow-covered giant is, at 5047m, one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus. Kazbegi is steeped in legend: the ancient Greeks believed that Prometheus was chained to the rocky flanks of the mountain as a punishment for stealing fire from the Gods and giving it to mortals.

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Ananuri fortress

Ananuri fortress
Ananuri is a fortified church complex of  Ananuri  (17th century) is one of the most attractive sights along the Georgian Military Highway. The mirrored surface of the Zhinvali reservoir and forested foothills of the mountains provide a picturesque backdrop for its handsome towers and battlements.

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3 day

Borjomi Georgia

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies...

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi

The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies a narrow, wooded valley. The original warm mineral spring, named Ekaterina Spring, sits beneath a pavilion straight ahead of the park entrance (you can fill bottles from it). Then a cable car will take you to the top where you can enjoy a bird’s-eye-view of the city. Panorama of marvelous maintains and hills covered with emerald-green mat of hundred-year-old trees will come into your view.

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The Romanovs’ Palace

The Palce is also known as Likani Palace. Currently it serves as an official residence of the President of Georgia (since 2004). The palace was designed by Leon Benois for Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia. The palace houses unique exhibits, including a table given to the Romanovs by Napoleon, armchairs given by the Shah of Iran, and many other interesting things.

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Kharagauli National Park

Park is a protected area and one of the largest national parks on Caucasus. The park was established in 1995 and its total area is ​​85 047hectares, which is represented by well-preserved and protected forest habitats, rare and unique flora and fauna, and a unique and unforgettable landscape. The national park offers hiking, horseback riding, biking, cultural and educational tours – the routes function throughout the year. Picnic spots and camping sites are also situated along the routes

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The Green Monastery

Monastery located in a picturesque place in the Borjomi valley. People called it lovingly “The Green Monastery”, because all the trees in the valley are of a special green color. The stones, with which the church is built, are also green, but some are dark and some are light.. In the 16th century, during the invasions of Shah Thamaz, this monastery was raided. During this time dozens of monks were killed or tortured. Over the centuries, the divine service was no longer performed at the church. In the early 80s of the past century the church was rehabilitated. In 2002, after many centuries, the monastery was restored. There are many miracles and legends about the temple, which further enhances its interest.

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4 day

Akhalcixe Georgia

Vardzia cave town The unique monument of Georgian architecture, rock-hewn town of Vardzia . represents...

Vardzia cave town

The unique monument of Georgian architecture, rock-hewn town of Vardzia .
represents a multi-storied complex with streets, tunnels and stairs leading to monasteries, temples, fortresses, baths, libraries dwelling houses and so forth.
All in all there are over 600 premises connected by passages which stretched along the mountain for as long as 800 meters, to the depth of 50 meters standing 8 levels tall. In case of an enemy attack the monastery turned into a fortress for inhabitants and could host up to 20, 000 people. There is a big temple of the Assumption of the Virgin in the Vardzia. The temple still has the fragments of wonderful frescos of the 12 th century including the ones showing tsar George III and Queen Tamara.

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Rabat  fortress

Rabat  is the main sight of the Akhaltsikhe town, Its name comes from Arabic meaning “fortified place”. This military building erected in the 13th century had witnessed a lot over the centuries. The fortress had been destroyed several times, was often in a siege, as a result of which had absorbed tracks of different cultures and religions. In 2012 there was held a large reconstruction after which Rabati fortress in Akhaltsikhe turned into a town within the town. There are church, mosque, synagogue, small park, History Museum, various shops, hotels and even civil registry office inside the fortress walls.

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5-6 day

Kutaisi Georgia

Sataphlia National Reserve &Prometheus cave Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see dinosaur’s stoned trace, a unique karst cave, rock path, take picture with the models of dinosaurs, visit the small museum, walk on the quite unusual glass platform overlooking the city. Then go to Legendary Prometheus cave.

Sataphlia National Reserve

Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see dinosaur’s stoned trace, a unique karst cave, rock path, take picture with the models of dinosaurs, visit the small museum, walk on the quite unusual glass platform overlooking the city. Then go to Legendary Prometheus cave.

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Prometheus cave

Prometheus cave is one of the most colorful place in Georgia. Tourists may choose between walking tours and the boat ride along the underground river. Visitors are amazed with breathtaking views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers and lakes of the cave. All of which are spectacularly highlighted by one of the most amazing feature of the place – an underground light system filled with LED lights.

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Okatse canyon (Gordi)

Canyon Okatse has narrow suspension bridge stretching over a kilometer and a height of 140 meters over a cliff, which is correspondent to a 45 floor building. In the end of the suspended path is a panoramic look out. Canyon is beautified by several waterfalls. There are constructed several natural stone bridges. One of them is “Boga”. Feeling of a rare beauty similar of which a man rarely meets, becomes sharper when you step on it.

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Samegrelo Georgia

Martvili district is regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Its truly one of the greatest places in Georgia. This trip will allow you to enjoy the magnificent wild nature, warm climate and spectacular views. You can lend a boat  and have unforgettable journey between huge rocks and high waterfalls , swim in the sky blue rivers and lakes.

Martvili

Martvili district is regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Its truly one of the greatest places in Georgia. This trip will allow you to enjoy the magnificent wild nature, warm climate and spectacular views. You can lend a boat  and have unforgettable journey between huge rocks and high waterfalls , swim in the sky blue rivers and lakes.

Martvili (Gatchedili) canyon

It is not just a beautiful place, but also endless adventures: rock climbing, swimming to move to the other side, float on boats through the canyon, whose height sometimes exceeds one hundred meters, wade through the cave, which still retained traces of bones dinosaurs, fascinating waterfalls, plunge into the cave lakes. You will forget reality for a few moments and find yourself in the Jurassic period.

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7 day

Batumi Georgia

Batumi Georgia Ancient Greek legends told of a fabulously wealthy land where Jason and the...

Batumi Georgia

Ancient Greek legends told of a fabulously wealthy land where Jason and the Argonauts stole the Golden Fleece from King Aeetes with the help of his daughter Medea. It was a distant land that was reached by the Black Sea and down the River Phasis. The actual site of this legendary kingdom has never been found but the archaeologists believe that in Ajara existed the ancient civilization of Colchis. The main attraction, which is closely linked with the myth of Argonauts, is ancient Gonio Fortress. We invite you to join us in a journey back in time, experience the beautiful and interesting past of Ajara, and see modern Batumi with its imposing architecture and magnificent Boulevard.

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Price

Transportation - Accommodation in 3*Hotel - Privet guide - Entrance fees the museums, cable cars

1 – 2 Person Group: 1315 USD

1 – 4 Person Group: 995 USD

1 – 6 Person Group: 825 USD

1 – 12 Person Group: 650 USD

VIP tour

Tbilisi Georgia

Narikala Fortress Fortress exists here since the middle of the 4th century, on a steep...

Narikala Fortress

Fortress exists here since the middle of the 4th century, on a steep hill overlooking the city.
It was occupied by Iranian, Byzantine and Arab conquerors in various periods of time. Royal palace was also resided here. The main feature of the fortress is St. Nicolas church that stands in the lower court. Newly built (1996-1997), it replaces the original 13th century church that was destroyed in a fire. 

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Sioni Cathedral

The "Assumption of the Mother of God" Cathedral is one of the most known monuments in the Old Town. The beginning of its construction is dated the 5 th – 6 th centuries and the completion - the first half of the 7 th century.
The Cathedral is named after Mount Zioni at Jerusalem. There is the greatest relic of Georgia , the cross of St. Nino who established Christianity on Georgian soil. Sioni was destroyed many times by enemies. But each time it rose from the ashes.

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Tbilisi Botanical Garden

It is a beautiful few centuries old garden in the historical part of Tbilisi. Once during the times of ancient states, this territory belonged to royal gardens. Tbilisi botanical garden has more than 3500 kinds of plants.
Its territory of 129 hectares presents both, local and world flora, few waterfalls and mounting bridges scattered around the garden for comfort of visitors, collection of rare plants and the century-long tree.

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Anchiskhati Church

Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Marya is the ancient acting church erected in the 6 th century AD. The church received its present name in the 17 th century when the big icon from Anchi cathedral ( Southern Georgia ) was moved there. The icon of the Vernicle Image of the Savior is one of the greatest relics of Georgia.

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Metekhi Church

Metekhi - the district where the church stands is a very old neighborhood, where according to  historical accounts, King Vakhtang I Gorgasali erected the first church here and his own residence in 5th century.
The church itself was built around the 12th Century but has since gone through a cycle of damages and restorations. Metekhi is not so big but it is very rich in history and it beautifully sits on a cliff overlooking the Mkvari River in a section called Old Tbilisi.

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Mount Mtatsminda and Funicular

The Tiflis Funicular railway was constructed to develop the uninhabited Mtatsminda plateau that overlooks the city and was first opened on 27 March 1905. The popularity of the Funicular was further increased when an entertainment and leisure park was constructed on the Mtatsminda plateau in the 1930s. 
In the days of the Soviet Union, Mtatsminda Park was the third most visited public park in the USSR, The Funicular Railway underwent several reconstructions until being replaced in 2012 with modern equipment and carriages. The Funicular is a great way to get to Mtatsminda Park

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Temple Kashveti

"Kashveti" is the newest and the most beautiful churches of Tbilisi. It was built in 1910 on the place of the crumbling church of the same name. Today it is famous for miraculous image of St. David and exquisitely painted altar with stone laces.
The first church on this place appeared in the 6th century, and the history of its appearance is partly related to David Gareja, one of the Assyrian fathers preaching Christianity in Georgia.
Today Kashveti church, the outcome of the German, Italian and a Georgian collaboration, is one of the best architectural monuments of Tbilisi created in classical Georgian style.

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Holy Trinity Cathedral

Holy Trinity Cathedral is the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Constructed between 1995 and 2004, it is one of the largest and tallest religious buildings in Georgia.
Its height is more than one hundred meters, an area of over 5000 square meters and capacity 15,000 parishioners. The cathedral complex includes an underground section and integrates nine chapels, various supplementary buildings, and beautiful gardens.

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Bridge of peace

The bridge was made from glass and still, was officially opened in May 2010. In the design of the bridge built in an interesting system of illumination:
in the evening and night time every hour thousand bulbs translate Morse code message, visible to both of parapets of the bridge.

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Abanotubani sulfur baths

Abanotubani is the place, where according to legend, King Vakhtang Gorgasali’s falcon fell, leading to the discovery of the hot springs and, subsequently the founding of a new capital.
Even the name of the city is translated as "warm". High in sulfurs and other minerals,
with a constant temperature of 38C to 47C, the waters have long been used for relaxing, and as a therapeutic aid for a range of ailments including skin conditions and arthritis.

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Mtskheta Georgia

Jvari monastery Jvari is one of the most popular monument and remarkable achievements of the...

Jvari monastery

Jvari is one of the most popular monument and remarkable achievements of the ancient Georgian architecture, located on Mount Armazi at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking the entire town of Mtskheta. Since 1994 Jvari is a World Heritage Site.The legend says that, there was a pagan temple on the site of the monastery. After the adoption of Christianity in Georgia in the early IV century, here, at the peak of the mountain, Saint Nino erected a large wooden cross, destroying pagan temple symbolizing the baptism of Georgia. According to legend, the the cross was reportedly able to work miracles and therefore drew pilgrims from all over the Caucasus, attracting pilgrims from all over the Caucasus, It is known that the churches throughout Georgia were repeatedly destroyed during the invasions, but Jvari came to us almost untouched.

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Svetitskhoveli (The Life Giving Pillar) Cathedral

Svetitskhoveli is a place where the Christ’s robe is believed to lie beneath the central nave, under a square pillar. It’s the most venerated places for Georgian people. It was built in the 11 th century (1010-1029) on the site of the first Christian Georgian church erected in the 4 th century.

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Shio-Mgvime monastery

Shio-Mgvime is a medieval monastic complex in Georgia, located in a beautiful forest place near the town of Mtskheta. According to a historic tradition, the first monastic community at this place was founded by the 6th-century monk Shio, one of the Thirteen Assyrian Fathers who came to Georgia as Christian missionaries. on the left bank of the river Kura in Georgia. The road follows a narrow limestone canyon from the main square in the town Mtskheta.

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Samtavro

Samtavro monastery complex - former residence of the lords of Mtskheta is a burial and coronation site of Georgian royal family. The first Christian King, Mirian and his wife Nana are buried in the church. Also the famous Georgian monk Gabriel .The main building of the complex is the great church of Samtavro was built in the 11th century, the tiny church of St Nino dates from the 4th c. In the North-west stands a handsome three-storey bell-tower of 13th c. The South-west buildings have functioned both as a nunnery and theological seminary of the Georgian Orthodox Church.

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Kazbegi Georgia

Stepantsminda-Kazbegi National Park Stepantsminda is small settlement the center of the Kazbegi , located downhill...

Stepantsminda-Kazbegi National Park

Stepantsminda is small settlement the center of the Kazbegi , located downhill the one of the highest mountains in the Europe (5043 m) Kazbegi. It is covered by snow and glaciers, fresh mountain air and mineral springs of Stepantsminda are considered to be the main therapy for breathing or eating disorders.
Local attractions include the Kazbegi - Ethnographic Museum in town, and the Gergeti Trinity Church outside of town, and forests of the surrounding Kazbegi Nature Reserve.
Park is located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains in northern Georgia and covers an area of 8707 hectares.The park contains Georgia’s third highest peak – Mount Kazbegi, several historical sites, stone towers and churches. The park is rich in wildlife and geothermal springs.
Among the entertainment most popular and widely practiced here is extreme tourism. Besides mountain climbing here are organized paragliding flights, horse riding, cycling activities and rafting.

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Gergeti Trinity Church

The Church dates back to the 14th century, is located at a 2170 meter-tall elevation at the foot of the well-known Mount Kazbegi. The church leaves its visitors speechless and makes them wonder how its creators managed to build it at such a height without using modern technology.  Besides its religious function, the church was used for safekeeping of precious relics in times of danger.  The church is a popular waypoint for trekkers in the area, and can be reached by a steep 3 hour climb up the mountain, or around 30 minutes by jeep.

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Mount Kazbegi 

Kazbegi in Georgian known as Mkinvartsveri “Ice-Top”, this perpetually snow-covered giant is, at 5047m, one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus. Kazbegi is steeped in legend: the ancient Greeks believed that Prometheus was chained to the rocky flanks of the mountain as a punishment for stealing fire from the Gods and giving it to mortals.

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Ananuri fortress

Ananuri fortress
Ananuri is a fortified church complex of  Ananuri  (17th century) is one of the most attractive sights along the Georgian Military Highway. The mirrored surface of the Zhinvali reservoir and forested foothills of the mountains provide a picturesque backdrop for its handsome towers and battlements.

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Kakheti Georgia

David Gareja monastery complex David Gareja complex represents one of the greatest Cave Monasteries in...

David Gareja monastery complex

David Gareja complex represents one of the greatest Cave Monasteries in the world. The complex  was founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the thirteen Assyrian monks.
It’s located in the Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia, between the border of Georgia and Azerbaijan and surrounded by impressive landscapes of desert colors.  The complex stretches on 25 kilometers and   includes hundreds of cells, churches, chapels, refectories and living quarters hollowed out of the rock face.The monastery complex has been an important center of religious and cultural activity for hundreds of years.

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Sighnaghi

Sighnaghi - City of wine and love in the Alazani Valley. The name of the town comes from Turkish word “signak” meaning a shelter   — has had a rich history as a central hub for tradesmen and artisans. Sighnaghi is  cute and small city with  winding cobblestone streets,  Italian architecture, and 18th   century defensive walls create a charming atmosphere. Visitors can  stay, and enjoy the hospitality of the innkeepers and delicious  Georgian  cuisine. There is a several historic churches, very interesting  Georgian National  Museum and famous 24 hour Wedding  palace, where everyone can get married at any time they wish. 

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Monastery of St. Nino in Bodbe

Convent is situated in a picturesque place, at the feet of the Great Caucasian Range. According to ancient literary sources, the convent was founded right after St. Nino’s earthly life, in the first part of the fourth century. St. Nino converted Georgia to Christianity around 327-332 A.D. Her prayers cured many people, from serious diseases. After completing her great deeds, St. Nino reposed in the village of Bodbe, and there, in accordance with God’s providence, she was buried.Soon the King St. Mirian III built a first church on the burial place of the Saint, ever since then, the convent had been gaining significance and eventually turned into an important pilgrimage site, that it still is. The tomb of St. Nino was revered so much that even Tatar-Mongols, who had devastated the entire country, did not dare to desecrate it, although they did some damage to the church itself. Some 3 km from the convent, a small Chapel of St. Zabulon and St. Sosana was constructed, in the 1990s, above St. Nino’s Spring, which, according to a local legend, emerged through Nino’s prayers and is believed to have a healing power. The amazing power of this place feels everyone whose heart is open to him.

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Ilia lake Georgia

This public, man-made lake is located just a 5-minute drive from the center of Kvareli. With a well-equipped recreation area, you can try cycling, renting a catamaran or paddle boat, swimming in the lake and looking at the forest-covered mountains... Isn’t life wonderful?

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ujarma fortress Georgia

he fortress is one of the most important Georgian architectural monuments of Early Middle Ages, due to its strategic location and value in the past. It was built in the 3rd century AD, as one of the Georgian kings’ and prince’s main residencies. For a long time it has been hidden from the eyes of tourists, until 2010 when a new road to Telavi passing by the fortress was built. Since then Ujarma For a long time it has been hidden from the eyes of tourists, until 2010 when a new road to Telavi passing by the fortress was built. Since then Ujarma attract attention of many tourist

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Kakheti Georgia "Wine tour"

sihgnaghi Sighnaghi - City of wine and love in the Alazani Valley. The name of...

sihgnaghi

Sighnaghi - City of wine and love in the Alazani Valley. The name of the town comes from Turkish word “signak” meaning a shelter   — has had a rich history as a central hub for tradesmen and artisans. Sighnaghi is  cute and small city with  winding cobblestone streets,  Italian architecture, and 18th   century defensive walls create a charming atmosphere. Visitors can  stay, and enjoy the hospitality of the innkeepers and delicious  Georgian  cuisine. There is a several historic churches, very interesting  Georgian National  Museum and famous 24 hour Wedding  palace, where everyone can get married at any time they wish. 

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Monastery of St. Nino in Bodbe

Convent is situated in a picturesque place, at the feet of the Great Caucasian Range. According to ancient literary sources, the convent was founded right after St. Nino’s earthly life, in the first part of the fourth century. St. Nino converted Georgia to Christianity around 327-332 A.D. Her prayers cured many people, from serious diseases. After completing her great deeds, St. Nino reposed in the village of Bodbe, and there, in accordance with God’s providence, she was buried.Soon the King St. Mirian III built a first church on the burial place of the Saint, ever since then, the convent had been gaining significance and eventually turned into an important pilgrimage site, that it still is. The tomb of St. Nino was revered so much that even Tatar-Mongols, who had devastated the entire country, did not dare to desecrate it, although they did some damage to the church itself. Some 3 km from the convent, a small Chapel of St. Zabulon and St. Sosana was constructed, in the 1990s, above St. Nino’s Spring, which, according to a local legend, emerged through Nino’s prayers and is believed to have a healing power. The amazing power of this place feels everyone whose heart is open to him.

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Winery Kindzmarauli Marani

Established in 2001, “Kindzmarauli Marani” is a producer of exquisite Georgian Wines and Spirits. The winery is located in the heart of the Kakheti Region – Kvareli. The unique location and terroir enable the company to produce high-quality wines.
Here, it is possible to taste the Georgian Wine and get the best experience ever that you will remember for a long time .

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Nekresi Monastery complex

Monastery complex is standing on a hill and facing a beautiful view of the Alazani Valley. Nekresi hides many interesting frescoes and the great history of this small but very brave country. Monastery was founded by St. Abibo Nekreseli, one of the Thirteen Assyrian monks who came to Georgia in the 6th century to strengthen Christian faith but already in the 4th century one of the first Christian churches was built here. Thus Nekresi Monastery ensemble includes several structures built in different times The main church of Assumption of the Virgin was built in 6-7th CC. Nekresi Monastery experienced numerous of Muslims invasions. There is a legend which tells about one of it: when Nekresi was attacked by Muslims, defenders of the monastery let the pigs out of the monastery. Muslims invaders saw the pigs on their way, ceased hostilities and left the monastery in the peace. In commemoration of this rescue the pig was announced as Nekresi protector and up to now the Nekresi st. Virgin temple is the only one church in Georgia where pig can be sacrificed.

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Gremi

The magnificent town of Gremi was briefly medieval capital of the kingdom of Kakheti, and has equally splendid architecture and history including its church, the royal residence, commercial neighborhood and small museum. The archangel’s Church, built in 1565, is considered as one of the masterpiece of late medieval kakhetian architecture. Alas, Gremi lasted only one and half century. In the beginning of the 17th century it was razed to the ground by the armies of Shah Abbas I of Persia and had only been restored in our days

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Aleksandre Chavchavadze House-Museum  in Tsinandali

Tsinandali is a manorial estate of Georgian noble house Chavchavadze. The very first winery in the Alazani Valley was established here. It’s wonderful fusion of European and Georgian architecture throwing light on the life of Georgian aristocracy of the epoch. Among other remarkable items brought by Chavchavadze from Europe, is a piano that is the first recorded piano in Georgia. Visitors can enjoy a tour in his wine cellar that is still functioning and enjoy the gorgeous palace gardens.

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Alaverdi

Alaverdi was founded in the second half of the 6 th century by Assyrian father Joseph Alaverdeli. It remained the tallest church in Georgia for nearly a millennium (up to 50 meters). Situated in the heart of the world's oldest wine region, the monks also make their own wine and natural honey.Present day cathedral was built by Kakhetian king Kvirike II in the 11 th century. The cathedral has retained remains of artworks of the 11th and 15-16th century. The cathedral was damaged in battles and was fist restored in 1476-95. In 1742 a strong earthquake destroyed the dome and in 1750 the restoration project that was concluded by king Erekle II.  

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Ilia lake Georgia

This public, man-made lake is located just a 5-minute drive from the center of Kvareli. With a well-equipped recreation area, you can try cycling, renting a catamaran or paddle boat, swimming in the lake and looking at the forest-covered mountains... Isn’t life wonderful?

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Gori Georgia

Uplistsikhe «Fortress of God» Fortress is one of the rarest monuments in the world –...

Uplistsikhe «Fortress of God»

Fortress is one of the rarest monuments in the world – the ancient fortified city Uplistsikhe cut inside the volcanic rocks of the Kvernaki ridge. It was first mentioned in the annals of the 1st century BC and prospered in the 9th -10th centuries.
Uplistsikhe was a cult temple city, a large pagan centre prior to Christianity introduction in Georgia (the 4 th century). In the 13 th century Uplistsikhe was destroyed as a result of devastating invasion of Genghis -khan hordes to Georgia.In the 19 th century Uplistsikhe was lost under the layers of dirt and sand. Huge efforts of many experts in its excavation, cleaning, strengthening, restoration and studying of this outstanding historical monument in the history of Georgian culture revived Uplistsikhe which is listed among the historical monuments protected by UNESCO.

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Joseph Stalin Museum 

Stalin State Museum is situated in Gori, in the town where Stalin was born. The complex of the museum was opened in 1957. In the house, where Stalin was born,the memorial museum was opened in 1937, during Stalin’s life-time. The complex of the museum includes the memorial house, Stalin’s carriage and the two-storeyed exhibition building. Unique displays: memorial things, presents, canvases, photo- and documents are gathered in the museum.

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Borjomi Georgia

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies...

“Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi

The park itself dates back to the 1850s. It occupies a narrow, wooded valley. The original warm mineral spring, named Ekaterina Spring, sits beneath a pavilion straight ahead of the park entrance (you can fill bottles from it). Then a cable car will take you to the top where you can enjoy a bird’s-eye-view of the city. Panorama of marvelous maintains and hills covered with emerald-green mat of hundred-year-old trees will come into your view.

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The Romanovs’ Palace

The Palce is also known as Likani Palace. Currently it serves as an official residence of the President of Georgia (since 2004). The palace was designed by Leon Benois for Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia. The palace houses unique exhibits, including a table given to the Romanovs by Napoleon, armchairs given by the Shah of Iran, and many other interesting things.

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Kharagauli National Park

Park is a protected area and one of the largest national parks on Caucasus. The park was established in 1995 and its total area is ​​85 047hectares, which is represented by well-preserved and protected forest habitats, rare and unique flora and fauna, and a unique and unforgettable landscape. The national park offers hiking, horseback riding, biking, cultural and educational tours – the routes function throughout the year. Picnic spots and camping sites are also situated along the routes

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The Green Monastery

Monastery located in a picturesque place in the Borjomi valley. People called it lovingly “The Green Monastery”, because all the trees in the valley are of a special green color. The stones, with which the church is built, are also green, but some are dark and some are light.. In the 16th century, during the invasions of Shah Thamaz, this monastery was raided. During this time dozens of monks were killed or tortured. Over the centuries, the divine service was no longer performed at the church. In the early 80s of the past century the church was rehabilitated. In 2002, after many centuries, the monastery was restored. There are many miracles and legends about the temple, which further enhances its interest.

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Akhalcixe Georgia

Vardzia cave town The unique monument of Georgian architecture, rock-hewn town of Vardzia . represents...

Vardzia cave town

The unique monument of Georgian architecture, rock-hewn town of Vardzia .
represents a multi-storied complex with streets, tunnels and stairs leading to monasteries, temples, fortresses, baths, libraries dwelling houses and so forth.
All in all there are over 600 premises connected by passages which stretched along the mountain for as long as 800 meters, to the depth of 50 meters standing 8 levels tall. In case of an enemy attack the monastery turned into a fortress for inhabitants and could host up to 20, 000 people. There is a big temple of the Assumption of the Virgin in the Vardzia. The temple still has the fragments of wonderful frescos of the 12 th century including the ones showing tsar George III and Queen Tamara.

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Rabat  fortress

Rabat  is the main sight of the Akhaltsikhe town, Its name comes from Arabic meaning “fortified place”. This military building erected in the 13th century had witnessed a lot over the centuries. The fortress had been destroyed several times, was often in a siege, as a result of which had absorbed tracks of different cultures and religions. In 2012 there was held a large reconstruction after which Rabati fortress in Akhaltsikhe turned into a town within the town. There are church, mosque, synagogue, small park, History Museum, various shops, hotels and even civil registry office inside the fortress walls.

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Kutaisi Georgia

Sataphlia National Reserve Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see...

Sataphlia National Reserve

Sataphlia is a group of karst caves. Here the visitors can see dinosaur’s stoned trace, a unique karst cave, rock path, take picture with the models of dinosaurs, visit the small museum, walk on the quite unusual glass platform overlooking the city. Then go to Legendary Prometheus cave.

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Prometheus cave

Prometheus cave is one of the most colorful place in Georgia. Tourists may choose between walking tours and the boat ride along the underground river. Visitors are amazed with breathtaking views of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified waterfalls, underground rivers and lakes of the cave. All of which are spectacularly highlighted by one of the most amazing feature of the place – an underground light system filled with LED lights.

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Okatse canyon (Gordi)

Canyon Okatse has narrow suspension bridge stretching over a kilometer and a height of 140 meters over a cliff, which is correspondent to a 45 floor building. In the end of the suspended path is a panoramic look out. Canyon is beautified by several waterfalls. There are constructed several natural stone bridges. One of them is “Boga”. Feeling of a rare beauty similar of which a man rarely meets, becomes sharper when you step on it.

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samegrelo georgia

Martvili Martvili district is regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Its truly one...

Martvili

Martvili district is regarded to be the masterpiece of the nature. Its truly one of the greatest places in Georgia. This trip will allow you to enjoy the magnificent wild nature, warm climate and spectacular views. You can lend a boat  and have unforgettable journey between huge rocks and high waterfalls , swim in the sky blue rivers and lakes.

Martvili (Gatchedili) canyon

It is not just a beautiful place, but also endless adventures: rock climbing, swimming to move to the other side, float on boats through the canyon, whose height sometimes exceeds one hundred meters, wade through the cave, which still retained traces of bones dinosaurs, fascinating waterfalls, plunge into the cave lakes. You will forget reality for a few moments and find yourself in the Jurassic period.

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Svaneti Georgia

Mestia Mestia is the main regional centre of Zemo Svaneti( Upper Svaneti), is situated 456km...

Mestia

Mestia is the main regional centre of Zemo Svaneti( Upper Svaneti), is situated 456km from Georgia’s Capital city Tbilisi and is 1,500 meters above sea level, Mestia is the starting point for most trips in Svaneti, With a range of Hotels and local travel services. Despite the tempo of development in Svaneti the Svans remain devoted to their old traditions – especially hospitality. Architectural monuments of Upper Svanetia are included in a list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Ushguli

Ushguli is one of the highest settlements in Europe, 2200 meters above sea level. Ushguli’s Medieval constructions, just like the towers and churches of Svaneti, are under protection UNESCO.

Mulakhi

The most interesting sites in Mulakhi include tower-houses and the church of Christ , with Paintings dating from the 13th century. The site also includes an icon of Saint George from the 10th century and other various 16th-18th century icons.

Ushba

Ushba is draped in snow and glaciers at the altitude of 4710 meters from the sea level. It is situated on the most beautiful and the most rough Caucasus massive on the Southern branch of the General Caucasus Ridge.

Becho

Becho was historically known as a trade center. The pass that connects Upper Svaneti to the North Caucasus is in Becho. There is one church of interest near Becho - the Church of the Messiah in Chokhuldi, which was built in the 11th century and con­tains the 13th century icon of the Archangel.

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