Discover Georgia in a week

Discover Georgia in a week

price from $495

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT TOUR

This group tour is an amazing opportunity for first timers and for those who are eager to find out about Tbilisi and Georgia.  The tour includes special and popular sightseeings of Tbilisi, Mtskheta, Kakheti region.

PRICE: 495 USD PER PERSON.

Price includes:

Transfer from/to the airport.
Accommodation 3 * hotel (in a double/twin room).
Comfortable transport.
Qualified Guide service.
The cost of these excursions on the tour.
Entrance tickets.

Price DO NOT include:

Wine-tasting at Sighnaghi (10 USD)
Georgian work shop (25 USD)
Dinner at Georgian restaurant with folklore Shaw (25 USD)

This tour takes 3-4 hours and most part is walking, so you will need comfortable shoes, sunglasses, umbrella (in case of rain) hat, etc.

ITINERARY

Day 1: Tbilisi

Arrival in Tbilisi. Transfer from airport.

Tbilisi city tour.

Metekhi church and monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, the legendary founder of Tbilisi.

Taking cable car to Narikala Fortress to enjoy breathtaking panoramic view of the city.

Sulphur bath district and Legvtahevi.

Meydan – central area, which before was shopping area of the city and at the present time surrounded by cafe – bars.

Sharden area full of narrow streets with cozy cafés, wine tasting bars, souvenir shops.

The clock tower of famous Rezo Gabriadze Pupet Theatre.
Cross the glass Bridge of Peace.

Holy trinity cathedral – one of the largest orthodox cathedrals in the world.

In the evening we can offer dinner at the Georgian restaurant with folklore show. The repertoire of the show program: Adjarian dance, “Mtiuluri”, “Rachuli” and Wedding Dance. Also, the program includes live music, Georgian pop songs and songs in the voices.

This is really a very exciting show!

The cost of 25 USD per person.

Day 2: Bodbe – Sighnaghi + wine-tasting

Visit Bodbe Monastery – the nunnery, one of Georgia’s major pilgrimage sites associated with the name of St. Nino (IVb).

A trip to the city of lovers – Sighnaghi – a small town on the Alazani Valley.

Tasting different wines (not included in the price, $ 10 per person).

Workshop of Georgian dishes: You’ll be able to cook or Khinkali, Khachapuri, Mtsvadi – Georgian barbeque and Georgian sweet – Churchkhela (not included in the price, $ 25 per person).

Overnight in Tbilisi.

Day 3: Tbilisi – Mtskheta-Kutaisi

Departure towards to small town Mtskheta.

Monuments of Mtskheta are included in the UNESCO World Heritage.

Visiting an ancient monastery Jvari (VI century.) on the top of a hill.

Visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (1010-1029 gg.). 

Continue trip to the ancient city of Kutaisi, which is more than three thousand years old.

Overnight in Kutaisi.

Day 4: Kutaisi-Prometheus cave-Enguri-Mestia

Excursion to the Prometheus cave – one of Georgia’s natural wonders providing visitors with breathtaking examples of stalactites, stalagmites, waterfalls, cave pearls, underground rivers, and lakes.

The Enguri Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Enguri River in Georgia. Currently it is the world’s second highest concrete arch dam with a height of 271.5 metres (891 ft). It is part of the Enguri hydroelectric power station.

In the evening arrive in Mestia.

Despite the small size, the city was an important center of Georgian culture for centuries and contains a number of medieval monuments – churches and fortresses – included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Overnight in Mestia.

Day 5: Mestia.

Visit new ski resort Hatsvali, which is 8 kilometers from Mestia. The road goes through pine forest.  Take cable car for the most beautiful views of Mestia.

Visit Ethnographic Museum.

In this small mountain museum,  provides a rich exposition, ready to argue with the collection of any European museum. It exhibits collected of valuable items of gold and silver at different times Icons, jewelry, chasing, hunting equipment, military armor, coins and many other masterpieces of applied art. All this stuff was voluntarily donated by parishioners to the church (this is an ancient tradition of the mountaineers of Georgia). Special place occupies a rich collection of ancient Georgian manuscripts IX – XI centuries.

Free evening.

Overnight in Mestia.

Day 6: Mestia-Zugidi-Batumi

After breakfast an check-out drive Batumi. On the way visit Zugdidi and Dadiani museum – Western Georgia’s royal family.

The museum complex includes: palaces of the Samegrelo queen Ekaterine Chavchavadze-Dadiani and Prince Niko Dadiani, court church, and the botanic garden.

In the museum are kept relics of Samegrelo princes, royal families of France – numerous items connected with the Napoleon Buonaparte; libraries of Napoleon (6.000 items) and Dadiani family;

Batumi— city ​​and port in Georgia, The coast of black see, the main tourist center of modern Georgia. Most of the buildings in the city dates back to the XIX century. The architecture of many buildings in the city center can be seen «Italian track» Along with traditional Georgian flavor.

Visit One of the major tourist sightseeing – «Batumi Piazza» fully implemented in the Italian style. This is a small area, where are located several restaurants and small boutique hotels. Every corner of the city is different.

Overnight in Batumi.

Day 7: Batumi

City Tour. 

Old Batumi. Growth and development of modern Batumi began in Porto Franco period in XIX century and continued more rapidly later on. Batumi, with its first rank port and well developed industry held a significant place in Georgia and the Caucasus as one of the most important transit and industrial centers. In 1903 29 factories functioned here. A lot of European commercial and industrial companies such as, “O.F.Gillard”, “Siemens and Halske”, “Schuft and Zimmerman”, “Varneke and Company”, ”Nobel Brothers” were doing their business in Batumi.

Visit Georgian Alphabetic Tower – 130 m tall, the aim of the tower is to introduce the unique and rich culture of the country to the world.

Sculpture of Love “Ali and Nino”. The Love statue which was built on the Coast in Batumi Seaside Park, based on one of the best seller novel of Kurban Said. The height of the statue is 9 m and it weighs 7 tons.

Batumi Sea Port – the largest port of Georgia and it serves as the significant oil exporter point.

Batumi Seaside Boulevard – one of the charms of the city, established in 1881. It stretches along the seashore like a green line. Its length is about 1,5 km.

Musical fountain – in the Sea Side Park every evening offering the visitors classical and national music.

St. Barbara’s Church – located close to Batumi Boulevard, built by British troops. The hospital remained during the communist regime.

“6 May Park“ and the Nurigeli Lake. “6 May Park“ is one of the charms of Batumi. The Park is situated around the Nurigeli Lake.

Holy Mother Virgin’s Nativity Cathedral. In XIX century the famous Georgian catholic benefactors, Zubalashvili brothers, built a cathedral. Today it is known as a Holy Mother Virgin’s Nativity Cathedral.

Day 8: Batumi-Botanical garden-Tbilisi

Batumi Botanical Garden overlooks the Black Sea and is one the largest and richest botanical gardens in the world. Located 9km north of Batumi at Green Cape and contains thousands of beautiful species of plants.

Arrive in Tbilisi.

Transfer to the Airport.

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