You want to make your own multi-day tour. Create! You yourself collect a multi-day tour from our excursions, in any sequence and with any number of days. We can find you a hotel and you can do it yourself. Imagine, everything is in your hands! We work for you!
Timing: Tbilisi (hotel) 9:00; Old Tbilisi 9:00-12:00; Jvari 12:30-13:00; Mtskheta (lunch) 13:30-14-30; Mtskheta (excursion) 14:30-16:00; Tbilisi (hotel) 17:00.
Group tour: $32 per person.
Individual tour: 59$
The price includes: guide, car, water 250 ml., sanitary protective equipment.
Recommendations: hat, sunglasses.
At 09:00 the driver/guide will meet you at your hotel in Tbilisi.
A tour of old Tbilisi, during which you will get to know the ancient city and its beautiful streets full of various cultural and archaeological attractions, the Narikala fortress, the Abanotubani quarter from which the history of Tbilisi begins.
The city became the capital in the 5th century. It is located along the historical route of the Silk Road at a strategic crossroads between Europe and Asia.
Mtskheta, the former capital of Georgia, is called the second Jerusalem – the tunic of Jesus Christ, in which he was crucified, and several very serious shrines are kept here. The city-museum itself is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
We will taste the best lobio and other delicious dishes of Georgian cuisine.
You will visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral 6-11th century. Lermontov described this cathedral in the poem “Mtsyri”. A visit to one of the most significant and impressive architectural monuments of the 6th century – the temple of Jvari. It is organically inscribed in the landscape and still amazes with the perfection of architectural forms. From here you can see the most beautiful panorama of Mtskheta lying between the mountain peaks and the confluence of the two rivers Aragvi and Mtkvari (Kura). The temple got its name Jvari in translation from the Georgian “cross” not by chance.
An old legend that it was in this place that St. Nino put up a cross, which marked the adoption of Christianity by Georgia. Jvari is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.