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A land of endless wonders, unspoiled by modern tourism and still retaining its authentic character this is Amazing Georgia. The traditions of the East and West meet in Georgia to form a culture unlike any other in the world.
Arrival at Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport.
Transfer to a hotel in the very heart of a tourist area in Tbilisi.
Breakfast in the hotel.
The journey starts with a guided tour around the capital of Georgia. Tbilisi is a 1500 years old city where you can enjoy a harmonious combination of modern lifestyle, warm-hearted people, ancient history, rich culture and superb cuisine, so while sightseeing, you will definitely find something you are into.
Some free time for you in the city and we visit a wine cellar. This is a family owned place where the host will tell you about the art of winemaking in Georgia, you will taste the best quality wine and chacha (Georgian grappa). You will spend the whole evening learning how to cook some Georgian dishes, you will get to know what Georgian supra is (a traditional feast and a part of Georgian social culture traditions of toast making). We guarantee national music, chatting, dancing and great time with the locals.
Today we start with a sightseeing tour in Mtskheta – one of the oldest and vibrant centers of Christianity in Georgia. The place is in a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a must- see place.
Jvari Monastery translated as “The Monastery of the Cross”, 6th Century
Svetitskhoveli cathedral, 10th century
Samtavro – a magnificent sample of Georgian architecture built presumably in the 4th century and reconstructed in the 11th century.
A return to Tbilisi and a visit to the Sulphur Baths (a must do activity in the Georgian capital).
These are bath houses where you can rent a private room for 2 or more people and enjoy the old Persian style baths for a soak, scrub and traditional massage beneath the domed roofs. The water comes from the contains sulphur and is around 40°-50°C. Besides being incredibly relaxing, sulphur baths are also believed to treat skin problems such as eczema and dry scalp and help with arthritic joints, digestion problems and even insomnia.
In the evening you have some free time to enjoy the city.
Kazbegi National Park is located on the northern slopes of the mighty Caucasus range. At 5,047 metres above sea level, Kazbegi Mountain (or Mkinvartsveri) is the third highest mountain in Georgia, and is surrounded by myths and religious tradition. Covered with 135 square kilometres of glacier, Kazbegi is a great place to visit and enjoy the beauty of the area and the country itself. You will travel up to the picturesque Gergeti Trinity Church with some stops for breathtaking photos, delicious meals and beautiful sights. You are back in Tbilisi late in the evening.
After your breakfast at the hotel we set off to Signagi – the heart of Georgia’s wine-growing region, which is proud of its wine, picturesque landscapes, pastel houses and narrow, cobblestone streets. The town is located on a steep hill and overlooks the vast Alazani Valley, with the Caucasus Mountains visible at a distance.
We will start with some guided tours of the place. Later, there is a wine tour in one of the wineries of the area. The owner will tell you everything about Georgian winemaking and you will sample some wine of the best Georgian quality.
By the evening we are back in Tbilisi and you have some free time to enjoy the nightlife.
Transfer to the airport. Departure.