Culture program - Georgia
Georgia is a small country in the South Caucasus. It is future-oriented today, but at the same time takes special care to preserve the ancient past and traditions. Georgia promises many interesting sights to those who are fascinated by history. Rock-hewn towns, defensive fortresses, and centuries-old temples abound throughout the country. Ancient historical monuments and carefully preserved traditions guarantee a magical journey into Georgia’s past.
Dates: June 27 - July 6, 2023
Summer in Tbilisi is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy colorful landscapes, taste delicious Georgian cuisine and breathe in the eternal beauty of the Caucasus Mountains! Flight information
1 TK1424 L TU 27JUN TLLIST HK20 1955 2335
2 TK 376 L WE 28JUN ISTTBS HK20 0110 0430
4 TK 391 L TH 06JUL BUSIST HK20X 1025 1130
5 TK1423 L TH 06JUL ISTTLL HK20 1530 1905
Day 1, June 28 - Tbilisi
Arrival in Tbilisi. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation in the hotel.
Day 2 - Tbilisi (breakfast)
Breakfast at the hotel.
14:00 City tour of Tbilisi.
• Sioni Cathedral;
• Metekhi Church and monument to the legendary founder of Tbilisi, King Vakhtang Gorgasali
• Narikala, which offers a breathtaking panorama of the city (climb to the fortress for 1 euro)
• The district of sulfur baths, where Pushkin and Dumas loved to visit
• Walk along the pedestrian street of Shardeni, where there are many cozy cafes and souvenir shops
• The Bridge of Peace is a pedestrian bridge over the Kura River. It is made of a metal frame and completely covered with glass
Free time in the second half of the day for independent visit to the flea market, wine bars, etc.
• Dinner at a Georgian restaurant by choice.
Free time. Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 3, June 29 - Tbilisi (breakfast)
Morning excursion to Mtskheta, free second half of the day.
Breakfast at the hotel.
We will visit the ancient capital of Georgia - Mtskheta - a city of amazing atmosphere, where each building, each masonry, each stone contains history, myths and mystery. If Tbilisi is the heart of Georgia, then Mtskheta is undoubtedly its soul.
We will climb to the Jvari Monastery, which offers a beautiful panorama of the ancient capital. According to legend, this temple was erected over the cedar tree stump that exuded fragrant oil (myrrh), under which the enlightener of Georgia, St. Nino, prayed.
Day 4 - Tbilisi - Bodbe - Sighnaghi
(breakfast, Kakhetian feast)
The Bodbe Convent of St. Nino is one of the most revered holy places in Georgia. It is here that the tomb of St. Equal-to-the-Apostles Nino, who baptized Georgia, is located. Near the convent on...