Tbilisi – 5 Days

The historical capital of Georgia

The historical capital of Georgia – Tbilisi, is often described in many tales. Here is a wonderful opportunity, to create some Tbilisi tales of your own. Five fantastic nights in Tbilisi.

  • Day-1: On reaching…

We have you picked up from the International Airport to your Hotel apartment for a comfortable night’s rest in Tbilisi after the outing.
City Outing – You get all the time you need to get accustomed to this town of impeccable architecture built along the Mtkvari River somewhere around the fifth century. To the popular Sameba (tallest of the Transcaucasia cathedrals) till the Bridege of Peace. Every place in the capital is visited. Some of the popular places of the visit will include MeteKhi, a thirteenth century plateau, Narikala Fortress, Sulfur Baths. Sounds tiring? Well, these are only a few of the places in our “ to-visit” list, there are still more. Do not worry as all the places are close by and a cable car is taken to the fortress. Besides, sulfur baths are natural hot mineral waters which is very soothing and rejuvenating. In between the outing hours, we also pass by Shardeni- The café street.
The stunning town views, hidden waterfalls, Sioni Cathedrals and several other attractions are sure to take you by enchantment.
Dinner: Apart from the hotel stay you also get an optional dinner at the Traditional Georgian Restaurant along with a grand folk show at only $20/ person.

  • Day-2 : A journey of 240 Km.

Here is the travel pattern, from Tbilisi to Gori. From Gori to Uplistsikhe. From Uplistsikhe to Mtskheta. And then back to Tbilisi from Mtskheta. The second venture begins soon after the breakfast, we take the silk road to reach the motherland of Soviet Guv’nor Staling called Gori. After taking a small photo break at the museum, we head off to the cave towns that date back to the first millennium BC called Uplistsikhe. Our last destination Mtsheta has shopping possibilities, after visiting the Shwetitskhoveli Church and Jvari Monastery we get back to Tbilisi.

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  • Day-3: A free day.

After all these travelling, you finally get a free day for yourselves to Enjoy. Get a day’s rest at the hotel or roam around on your own.

  • Day-4: A journey of 400 Km

Here is the travel pattern, from Tbilisi to Gombori pass. From Gombori pass to Telavi. From Telavi to Tsinandali. Finally, before leaving back to Tbilisi a visit to Sighnaghi. Soon after the breakfast at the hotel we drive to the Kakheti Region that is well known for its premium wine productions on crossing the Gambori pass and reaching Telavi, we get many fresh vegetables, fruits and meat markets along with the local spices and herbs shops.
The village Tsinandali has a nineteenth century vinery that once belonged to the poet Alexander Chavchavadze. The village also has a family museum and park with some exotic plants, where we can take a stride. Singhaghi, a little city that has magnificent views Caucasus Ranges will mark the end of the trip. Finally, by evening we drive back to Tbilisi.

  • Day-5: See-off

We see you off to the Tbilisi International Airport for a flight back.

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