Gamarjoba, Georgia!

  • Category: Gastronomic tours to Georgia
  • Type of tour: Винно - гастрономические туры

Gamarjoba, Georgia!

Day 1

  • Arrival at the Tbilisi international airport
  • A company representative will meet you with a plate “Mouzenidis Travel”
  • Transfer from the airport to the hotel in Tbilisi
  • Check-in to the hotel (early check-in upon availability)
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi
  • Dinner at the restaurant (at 20:00): experience the traditional Georgian cuisine, famous Georgian wines and enchanting performance of the Georgian folk dance group
  • Return and overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 2: Tbilisi

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • City tour of Tbilisi: Walking in the downtown - visiting the oldest urban area of ​​Abanotubani (the place of natural sulfur baths), Tbilisi Cathedral synagogue (19th century), Tbilisi mosque (19th century), the city fortress Narikala (4th century), the Armenian church SurbGevork (14th century); passing the residence of the Patriarch of Georgia; visiting the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Sameba), the oldest Anchiskhati Church (5th century), the Rezo Gabriadze Theatre and the “Tower Clock”, the “Peace Bridge”, the Metekhi Church (9th century), the Zion Cathedral (8th century), “Leghvtakhevi” waterfall, the bohemian district of “Marjanishvili”.
  • Lunch: experience unique culinary specialties of the Georgian cuisine
  • Visiting the Holy Mountain of “Mtatsminda” (also known as Mamadaviti, after St. David Garedjeli of 5th century. In 19th century on a hill of the mountain was built a temple with a Pantheon. The pantheon has become a burial place for many prominent Georgians, including statesman Ilia Chavchavadze, first president Zviad Gamsakhurdia, Georgian historian and archaeologist Ekvtime Takaishvili, famous poet Vaja-Phavela, etc.
  • Visiting souvenir bazaar at “Dry Bridge”
  • Return and overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 3: Uplitsikhe-Mtskheta

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Visiting Uplistsikhe: “Fortress of the Lord”, the ancient cave city on the bank of the Mtkvari River, represented a significant political, military, religious, and cultural center between the 6th century BC and 11th century AD. The building is a place of unique archaeological discoveries of the late Bronze Age.
  • Visiting city of Gori: the birthplace of Stalin (optional!)
  • Lunch at Georgian restaurant in Mtskheta - experience unique culinary specialties of the Georgian cuisine (Imeretian cuisine, free glass of wine).
  • Visiting Mtskheta: Mtskheta has been Georgia’s religious and cultural center since the Christianity has become the state religion in 4th century. It was the Capital of Georgia until the 5th century AD, before King Vakhtang Gorgasali moved the Capital to Tbilisi. The “Svetitskhoveli” Cathedral (4th century) in Mtskheta has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. “Svetitskhoveli” is the place for enthronization of Georgian patriarchs.
  • Visiting the “Jvari” Monastery (Monastery of the Cross) of 6th century on the hill right on top of the “Svetitskhoveli” with fascinating views. Visitors may enjoy the extraordinary panorama at the junction of Mtkvari and Aragvi Rivers.
  • Dinner at a traditional Georgian restaurant in Tbilisi (Megrelian cuisine)
  • Return and overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi

Day 4: Kakheti

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure for the Kakheti region - the cradle of the Georgian winemaking
  • Stop at the Bodbe Monastry, a burial place of St. Nino of Cappadocia, who converted Georgia to Christianity in the 4th century.
  • Visiting Sighnaghi, the “city of love” and the ancient Royal town surrounded by fortress of 18th century with 23 towers.
  • Lunch in a traditional Georgian restaurant: you will experience the unique Kakhetian cuisine and taste variety of local wines.
  • Visiting Tsinandali, former property of the famous Georgian poet Prince Alexander Chavchavadze, the General of the Russian Empire. The museum is built in a magnificent park. There is a wine cellar in the property with 16 thousand bottles of wine dated 19th-20th centuries. You will be offered a free glass of Georgian wine while walking in the park.
  • Check-in at the hotel in Telavi
  • Dinner at the hotel restaurant

Day 5: Kakheti -Tbilisi

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Trip to the city of Telavi, famous for its wines and beautiful architecture. The city was the capital of the Kakhetian kingdom of 11th century.
  • Visiting the Telavi Palace of 17th century, the Royal residence of Kakheti kings.
  • Visiting the municipality of Akhmeta.
  • Visiting the cathedral of "Alaverdi" (11th century)
  • Visiting the city of “Gremi” - the capital of the Kakhetian kingdom of the 16-17 centuries.
  • Master-class and wines-tasting: cooking “Khinkali” – traditional meet dumplings, baking Shotis puri (local bread), “Churchkhela” - traditional candle-shaped sweet with the main ingredients of grape mustnuts, and flour; Tasting: a free glass of Kvevri (Clay Jar) wine and a free glass of “European” wine.
  • Visit the “Nekresi” monastery of 6th century
  • Lunch in a Georgian traditional restaurant (Kakhetian cuisine)
  • Return to Tbilisi through the spectacular Gombori Pass and Shuamta Forest.
  • Check-in at the hotel in Tbilisi
  • Dinner in a traditional Georgian restaurant in Tbilisi

Day 6: Tbilisi

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to the airport and departure

Note (!)

The price of the tour includes:

  • Transfers throughout the program by a comfortable bus of the “Mouzenidis Travel”
  • 5 nights accommodation in the 3*/4*/5* hotels of your choice (BB-Bed and Breakfast)
  • Entry tickets for Chavchavadze Museum
  • 4 lunches in Georgian restaurants during the tour (incl. Drinks)
  • 4 dinners in Georgian restaurants during the tour (incl. Drinks)
  • Master-class and wine-tasting according to the program
  • 4 excursion days accompanied by an English-speaking guide of the “Mouzenidis Travel”:
  1. Tour of Tbilisi (5-6 hours)
  2. Excursion to Kakheti: "Bodbe - Sighnaghi - Telavi" (7-8 hours)
  3. Excursion “Telavi - Alaverdi – Kvareli-Gremi-Gombori” (7-8 hours)
  4. Excursion "Mtskheta - Gori - Uplistsikhe" (7-8 hours)
  • All applicable taxes and VAT

The price of the tour does not include:

Entry tickets to the following museums and archaeological sightseeing: Stalin Museum - 7$; Uplistsikhe Museum  - 7$: Pirosmani Museum -3 $.

DAY

ARRIVAL at the airport “SHOTA RUSTAVELI” TBILISI

Arrival at the International Airport of Tbilisi, meeting with representatives of the host company Mouzenidis Travel, transfer by comfortable bus to the hotel.

Check in at the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

In the evening (20:00) - dinner at the restaurant * traditional Georgian cuisine, where you will find an abundance of dishes, Georgian wines and enchanting performance of the Georgian dance group.

DAY 1.TBILISI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

You will take a long city walk, during which you will get acquainted with the main sights of the capital of Georgia, having made a real journey in time - from antiquity to our days. You will see a multifaceted mosaic of Tbilisi life, in which each of you will take the place of not only an observer and a tourist, but also a welcome guest. On our route you will visit: the oldest urban area of ​​Abanotubani (the region of sulfur baths), the Armenian church Surb Gevork (XIV century), Tbilisi Cathedral synagogue, Tbilisi mosque (XIX century), the city fortress Narikala (IV-VIII century), Bethlehem street staircase, the residence of the Patriarch of Georgia, the oldest Anchiskhati Church in Tbilisi (5th century), Peace Bridge, Metekhi temple (XI century), Holy Trinity Cathedral (Sameba), Zion Cathedral (VIII-XI century).

Narikala Fortress

The legend, telling about the origin of Tbilisi, says: once, the Georgian king Vakhtang Gorgasali (V cent.), Hunting in the forest, shot a pheasant. The bird fell into a warm sulfur source and boiled in it. The king was so surprised by the properties of this water that he decided to lay down the city, which was called Tbilisi (from the group “tbili” - warm), on the place of sulfuric springs. It is believed that exactly in the place where the king once hunted, the Narikala fortress was built. At the foot of the citadel is the area of ​​Abanotubani with famous sulfur baths. From the fortress offers a panoramic view of the city.

At noon, you will find the first acquaintance with culinary specialties of Georgian cuisine - a hot lunch in a traditional Georgian restaurant in Tbilisi and a glass of wine.

DAY 2.

Holy Trinity Cathedral

The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, or Sameba - Cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church in Tbilisi, built on the hill of St. Ilya. One of the newest religious buildings in Georgia, was founded in 1995, consecrated in 2004. The majestic temple is visible from any point in the city center.

Mtatsminda

Holy Mount Mtatsminda is known for its ancient history: in the 5th c. on its slope, in a cave, lived St. David Garedzhi, highly respected in Georgia. In the XIX century over the cave of St.. David was erected a temple, and over time it was surrounded by the Pantheon. One of the first on the Holy Mountain was buried Russian writer, diplomat Alexander Griboedov. The graves of the writer and his wife Nina Chavchavadze are here today.

At the end of the excursion program you will have free time to visit the open bazaar where cloisonne enamel products are sold - this is a special pride of Georgia; You will also have the opportunity to look at a few souvenir shops and visit the “Dry Bridge” (Flea Market). In this place there is a large market of paintings and souvenirs, as well as a flea market, which sells antique dishes and old photographs, backgammon, chess, jugs, players, barrel organs and other rare things. Along the embankment there are book rows where you can choose pre-revolutionary books or old albums in Georgian or English.

Return to the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

DAY 3. MTSKHETA GORI UPLISKIHE

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

Sightseeing day will begin with a visit to the ancient capital of Georgia, Mtskheta. Mtskheta is one of the most ancient cities of Georgia, references to which date back to the 5th century BC.

You will visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (XI century), in which the chiton of the Lord is kept, the cloak of the Old Testament prophet Elijah and the life-giving Dzelitshoveli cross, made of the cross on which they crucified Jesus Christ, and the relics of the Apostle Andrew the First-Called. No wonder the city of Mtskheta is called the second Jerusalem. After that, you will rise to the monastery of Jvari (6th c.), Towering above the city. According to the legend, this temple was erected above a cedar stump that exuded fragrant oil (miro), under which St. Nino, an enlightener of Georgia, once prayed. Here, as you remember, Lermontov Mtsyri stood on the edge of the abyss, looking thoughtfully at the ancient city built on the confluence of the Aragvi and Kura rivers.

At noon, you will find a delicious acquaintance with the peculiarities of Imereti cuisine - a hot lunch in a traditional Georgian restaurant in Mtskheta and a glass of wine.

Further along the route - the cave city Uplistsikhe.

There are many interesting monuments in the vicinity of Gori, one of which is the cave city Uplistsikhe (IV century BC - I century AD). Even from afar this quaint rocky city fascinates with its unusual appearance. Like gigantic windows on the rocks, cave grottoes can be seen, inside of which ordinary life once flowed. Inside the caves were huge majestic halls, temples, dwellings, connected by winding streets and corridors.

Next, you will take a tour of one of the oldest cities in Georgia - Gori.

In historical sources, he has been known since the 6th century, but the name of the "father of nations" Joseph Dzhugashvili, better known as Stalin, brought him worldwide fame. The main street of Gori is still named in his honor - Stalin Avenue. The main attraction of the town - the house-museum of Stalin, built in the form of a marble sarcophagus, with a sculpture of Stalin in front of him, one of the few established today in memory of him.

The culmination of the day excursion is dinner in a traditional restaurant in Tbilisi and acquaintance with the specialties of Megrelian cuisine.

Return to the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

DAY 4. KAKHETI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

On this trip you will visit the most important sights of Kakheti. The excursion will start from the monastery in Bodbe, named after Saint Nina, who brought Christianity to this region. Here, in Kakheti, the grave of this especially revered Georgian Saint has been preserved, next to which beats a life-giving source.

Further along the route you visit the small town of Sighnaghi. Its main attraction is one of the most famous fortresses in Georgia, founded by the Georgian king Irakly II (XVIII century) on the mountain slopes. The walls of the fortress are well preserved. The city of Sighnaghi has similarities with the cities of southern and central Europe, which are given by bright red tiled roofs, but the traditional two-story houses and the decor of the balconies leave no doubt: you are in a beautiful, distinctive Georgia!

After a city tour of Sighnaghi, the company Mouzenidis Travel will invite you to a dinner in a traditional Georgian restaurant, where you will taste the specialties of the cuisine of the homeland of the winemaking of Kakheti and taste the Kakheti wine from the thousand-year-old way.

Further, we will continue our trip around Kakheti and go to Tsinandali, to the family estate of the famous Georgian poet Prince Alexander Chavchavadze - the general of the Russian Empire and the famous poet of the XIX century romance. The house-museum is surrounded by a luxurious park with a chapel, and in the wine cellars there are 16 thousand bottles of wine from the end of the 19th and 20th centuries. We walk through the park, inspect the winery and taste the wine in the ancient cellars.

Check in at the hotel in Telavi. Rest

In the evening, dinner in a homely traditional setting in the hotel restaurant.

DAY 5. KAKHETIA - TBILISI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel.

Your excursion day will begin with a sightseeing tour of the capital of the Kakhetian kingdom of the first quarter of the 11th century - the city of Telavi, during which you take a selfie against the background of a 1000-year-old plane tree and visit the architectural complex of the Telavi Palace - “The Lord’s Fortress”, in which in the XVII-XVIII centuries the residence of the kings of Kakheti, including King Heraclius II, was located. Next, you will go to the municipality of Akhmeti, visit the cathedral of the first quarter of the XI century "Alaverdi" and the city of Gremi - the capital of the Kakhetian kingdom of the XVI-XVII centuries.

During one of the breaks between excursions, the company Mouzenidis Travel will invite you to a master class and a tasting of excellent wines in the Khareba wine tunnel:

  • master class: cooking 2 khinkali, 1 shotis puri (bread), 1 churchkhela
  • tasting: 1 glass of Kvevri white wine and 1 glass of “European” white wine

Then, on the way back, you will visit the Nekresi monastery complex, founded in the 6th century by one of the 13 Assyrian fathers, and stop for lunch in a Georgian traditional restaurant, where you will continue to get acquainted with the gastronomic features of the Kakheti region cuisine. After that, you will return to Tbilisi along the scenic road through the Gombori Pass.

Check in at the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

In the evening, you will have a dinner in a traditional restaurant in Tbilisi.

DAY 6. TBILISI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

After breakfast and eviction from the hotel, you will move to the most modern and largest shopping center in Georgia, East Point, where you will spend your free time and go shopping.

Transfer to the airport and departure.

TOUR PRICE INCLUDES:

  • flight (depending on the selected tour);
  • medical insurance (depending on the city of departure);
  • transfers throughout the program on a comfortable bus
  • accommodation in hotels of the selected category - 3 *, 4 *, 5 *;
  • food according to the chosen program;
  • entrance tickets to Chavchavadze Manor;
  • 4 lunches in Georgian restaurants during the tour (incl. Drinks for dinner);
  • 4 dinners in Georgian restaurants during the tour (incl. Drinks for dinner);
  • workshops on the program;
  • wine tasting according to the program;
  • 4 excursions accompanied by a Russian-speaking guide:

1. A sightseeing tour of the city of Tbilisi (5-6 hours)

2. Excursion to Kakheti "Bodbe - Sighnaghi - Telavi" (7-8 hours)

3. Excursion to Kakheti “Telavi - Alaverdi – Kvareli-Gremi-Gombori” (7-8 hours)

4. Excursion "Mtskheta - Gori - Uplistsikhe" (7-8 hours)

 

EXTRA CHARGE:

  • entrance tickets to museums, archaeological sites and monasteries
  • all that is not specified in paragraph “IN THE COST INCLUDES”

ATTENTION!

All distances and duration of excursions are approximate.

Check-in / check-out is carried out according to the policy of the hotel (check-in time after 13:00, check-out - until 11:00- 11:30).

Mouzenidis Travel  reserves the right to change the sequence of excursions

 

Entrance tickets to museums and archaeological areas:

Museum of Stalin

Pirosmani Museum

Museum Uplistsikhe

Cableway Tbilisi

$7

$3

$3

$1

 

TOUR PROGRAM

DAY. ARRIVAL at the airport “SHOTA RUSTAVELI” TBILISI

Arrival at the International Airport of Tbilisi, meeting with representatives of the host company Mouzenidis Travel, transfer by comfortable bus to the hotel.

Accommodation in a hotel in Tbilisi. Relaxation In the evening (20:00) - dinner at the restaurant * traditional Georgian cuisine, where you will find an abundance of dishes, Georgian wines and enchanting performance of the Georgian dance group.

DAY 1. TBILISI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

You will take a city walk, during which you will get acquainted with the main sights of the capital of Georgia, having made a real journey in time - from antiquity to our days. You will see a multifaceted mosaic of Tbilisi life, in which each of you will take the place of not only an observer and a tourist, but also a welcome guest. On our route you will visit: the oldest urban area of ​​Abanotubani (the region of sulfur baths), the Armenian church Surb Gevork (XIV century), Tbilisi Cathedral synagogue, Tbilisi mosque (XIX century), the city fortress Narikala (IV-VIII century), Bethlehem Street and Staircase, the residence of the Patriarch of Georgia, the oldest Tbilisi church Anchiskhati (5th century), the Peace Bridge, the Metekhi temple (XI century), the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Sameba), the Zion Cathedral (VIII-XI centuries).

Narikala Fortress

The legend, telling about the origin of Tbilisi, says: once, the Georgian king Vakhtang Gorgasali (V cent.), Hunting in the forest, shot a pheasant. The bird fell into a warm sulfur source and boiled in it. The king was so surprised by the properties of this water that he decided to lay down the city, which was called Tbilisi (from the group “tbili” - warm), on the place of sulfuric springs. It is believed that exactly in the place where the king once hunted, the Narikala fortress was built. At the foot of the citadel is the area of ​​Abanotubani with famous sulfur baths. From the fortress offers a panoramic view of the city.

At noon, you will find the first acquaintance with culinary specialties of Georgian cuisine - a hot lunch in a traditional Georgian restaurant in Tbilisi and a glass of wine.

DAY 2.

Holy Trinity Cathedral

The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, or Sameba - Cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church in Tbilisi, built on the hill of St. Ilya. One of the newest religious buildings in Georgia, was founded in 1995, consecrated in 2004. The majestic temple is visible from any point in the city center.

Mtatsminda

Holy Mount Mtatsminda is known for its ancient history: in the 5th c. on its slope, in a cave, lived St. David Garedzhi, highly respected in Georgia. In the XIX century over the cave of St.. David was erected a temple, and over time it was surrounded by the Pantheon. One of the first on the Holy Mountain was buried Russian writer, diplomat Alexander Griboedov. The graves of the writer and his wife Nina Chavchavadze are here today.

At the end of the excursion program you will have free time to visit the open bazaar where cloisonne enamel products are sold - this is a special pride of Georgia; You will also have the opportunity to look at a few souvenir shops and visit the “Dry Bridge” (Flea Market). In this place there is a large market of paintings and souvenirs, as well as a flea market, which sells antique dishes and old photographs, backgammon, chess, jugs, players, barrel organs and other rare things. Along the embankment there are book rows where you can choose pre-revolutionary books or old albums in Georgian or English.

Return to the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

DAY 3. MTSKHETA GORI UPLISKIHE

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

Sightseeing day will begin with a visit to the ancient capital of Georgia, Mtskheta. Mtskheta is one of the most ancient cities of Georgia, references to which date back to the 5th century BC.

You will visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (XI century), in which the chiton of the Lord is kept, the cloak of the Old Testament prophet Elijah and the life-giving Dzelitshoveli cross, made of the cross on which they crucified Jesus Christ, and the relics of the Apostle Andrew the First-Called. No wonder the city of Mtskheta is called the second Jerusalem. After that, you will rise to the monastery of Jvari (6th c.), Towering above the city. According to the legend, this temple was erected above a cedar stump that exuded fragrant oil (miro), under which St. Nino, an enlightener of Georgia, once prayed. Here, as you remember, Lermontov Mtsyri stood on the edge of the abyss, looking thoughtfully at the ancient city built on the confluence of the Aragvi and Kura rivers.

At noon, you will find a delicious acquaintance with the peculiarities of Imereti cuisine - a hot lunch in a traditional Georgian restaurant in Mtskheta and a glass of wine.

Further along the route - the cave city Uplistsikhe.

There are many interesting monuments in the vicinity of Gori, one of which is the cave city Uplistsikhe (IV century BC - I century AD). Even from afar this quaint rocky city fascinates with its unusual appearance. Like gigantic windows on the rocks, cave grottoes can be seen, inside of which ordinary life once flowed. Inside the caves were huge majestic halls, temples, dwellings, connected by winding streets and corridors.

Next, you will take a tour of one of the oldest cities in Georgia - Gori.

In historical sources, he has been known since the 6th century, but the name of the "father of nations" Joseph Dzhugashvili, better known as Stalin, brought him worldwide fame. The main street of Gori is still named in his honor - Stalin Avenue. The main attraction of the town - the house-museum of Stalin, built in the form of a marble sarcophagus, with a sculpture of Stalin in front of him, one of the few established today in memory of him.

The culmination of the day excursion is dinner in a traditional restaurant in Tbilisi and acquaintance with the specialties of Megrelian cuisine.

Return to the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

DAY 4. KAKHETI.

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

On this trip you will visit the most important sights of Kakheti. The excursion will start from the monastery in Bodbe, named after Saint Nina, who brought Christianity to this region. Here, in Kakheti, the grave of this especially revered Georgian Saint has been preserved, next to which beats a life-giving source.

Further along the route you visit the small town of Sighnaghi. Its main attraction is one of the most famous fortresses in Georgia, founded by the Georgian king Irakly II (XVIII century) on the mountain slopes. The walls of the fortress are well preserved. The city of Sighnaghi has similarities with the cities of southern and central Europe, which are given by bright red tiled roofs, but the traditional two-story houses and the decor of the balconies leave no doubt: you are in a beautiful, distinctive Georgia!

After a city tour of Sighnaghi, Mouzenidis Travel will invite you to a dinner in a traditional Georgian restaurant, where you will taste the specialties of the cuisine of the homeland of the winemaking of Kakheti and taste the Kakheti wine from the thousand-year-old way.

Further, we will continue our trip around Kakheti and go to Tsinandali, to the family estate of the famous Georgian poet Prince Alexander Chavchavadze - the general of the Russian Empire and the famous poet of the XIX century romance. We walk through the park, inspect the winery and taste the wine in the ancient cellars.

Check in at the hotel in Telavi. Rest

In the evening, dinner in a homely traditional setting in the hotel restaurant.

DAY 5. KAKHETI - TBILISI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

Your excursion day will begin with a sightseeing tour of the capital of the Kakhetian kingdom of the first quarter of the 11th century - the city of Telavi, during which you take a selfie against the background of a 1000-year-old plane tree and visit the architectural complex of the Telavi Palace - “The Lord’s Fortress”, in which in the XVII-XVIII centuries the residence of the kings of Kakheti, including King Heraclius II, was located. Next, you will go to the municipality of Akhmeti, visit the cathedral of the first quarter of the XI century "Alaverdi" and the city of Gremi - the capital of the Kakhetian kingdom of the XVI-XVII centuries.

During one of the breaks between excursions, the company Mouzenidis Travel will invite you to a master class and a tasting of excellent wines in the Khareba wine tunnel:

  • master class: cooking 2 khinkali, 1 shotis puri (bread), 1 churchkhela
  • tasting: 1 glass of Kvevri white wine and 1 glass of “European” white wine

Then, on the way back, you will visit the Nekresi monastery complex, founded in the 6th century by one of the 13 Assyrian fathers, and stop for lunch in a Georgian traditional restaurant, where you will continue to get acquainted with the gastronomic features of the Kakheti region cuisine. After that, you will return to Tbilisi along the scenic road through the Gombori Pass.

Check in at the hotel in Tbilisi. Rest

In the evening, you will have dinner in a traditional restaurant in Tbilisi.

DAY 6. TBILISI

Breakfast in the hotel.

Free day.

DAY 7.TBILISI

Breakfast in the hotel.

Free day.

DAY 8. TBILISI

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel

After breakfast and eviction from the hotel, you will move to the most modern and largest shopping center in Georgia, East Point, where you will spend your free time and go shopping.

Transfer to the airport and departure.

TOUR PRICE INCLUDES:

  • air flight (depending on the selected tour);
  • medical insurance (depending on the city of departure);
  • transfers throughout the program on a comfortable bus;
  • accommodation in hotels of the selected category - 3 *, 4 *, 5 *;
  • food according to the selected program (PRG);
  • entrance tickets to Chavchavadze Manor;
  • 4 lunches in Georgian restaurants during the tour (incl. Drinks for dinner);
  • 4 dinners in Georgian restaurants during the tour (incl. Drinks for dinner);
  • workshops on the program;
  • wine tasting according to the program;
  • 4 excursions accompanied by a Russian-speaking guide:

1. A sightseeing tour of the city of Tbilisi (5-6 hours)

2. Excursion to Kakheti "Bodbe - Sighnaghi - Telavi" (7-8 hours)

3. Excursion to Kakheti “Telavi - Alaverdi – Kvareli-Gremi-Gombori” (7-8 hours)

4. Excursion "Mtskheta - Gori - Uplistsikhe" (7-8 hours)

 

EXTRA CHARGE;

  • entrance tickets to museums, archaeological sites and monasteries;
  • all that is not specified in the clause “IN THE COST INCLUDES”;
  • Lunches and dinners on free days.

ATTENTION!

All distances and duration of excursions are approximate.

Check-in / check-out is carried out according to the policy of the hotel (check-in time after 13:00, check-out - until 11: 00- 11:30).

Mouzenidis Travel company reserves the right to change the sequence of excursions

 

Museum of Stalin

Pirosmani Museum

Museum Uplistsikhe

Cableway Tbilisi

$7

$3

$3

$1