Rating in Georgia
$ 1132

Three Days in Georgia

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min $ 1132
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Tour details
Destinations: Tbilisi
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 1132
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  • Overview & dates
  • Itinerary
  • What's included

Overview & dates

INTRO

Georgia, the home to one of the oldest winemaking traditions is a nation with unbeatable natural beauty. It boasts beautiful rivers, mountains, meadows and valleys. There is so much to do and see in this enchanting nation. It radiates uniqueness as it is surrounded by so many different nations (Iran, Armenia, Turkey, Azerbaijan) and has been a part of the Ottoman and Serbian empire in the past. It has countless influences and has remained largely unspoiled. The local markets, traditional wine-making, hospitality, and picturesque architecture are just a few of the spectacular things on offer. From the cultural capital of Tbilisi to the cave city of Vardzia originally home to 2,000 monks, experience what this nation has to offer.


DATES

This trip can be run on dates to suit you, please contact us for more information and to let us know when you would like to travel.


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HIGHLIGHTS

Narrow streets of Tblisi’s old town

Experience Georgia throughout the years, from the Stone Age to Soviet Occupation

Immerse yourself in the well-preserved “town museum” of Sighnaghi

Visit Tsinandali famous for its historic winery originally belonging to an aristocratic poet in the 19th century


PLACES VISITED

Tbilisi - Sighnaghi - Tsinandali Tbilisi
Sighnaghi
Tsinandali

Itinerary

ITINERARY

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Day 1 : Arrival into Tbilisi

Depart your home country. Arrive in Tbilisi.

Depart your home country to Tbilisi, Georgia. Upon arrival a hotel room will be available to you

Meal plan : n/a


Tbilisi, formerly known as 'Tiflis', is Georgia's capital and the largest city of Georgia. It lays on the banks of the Mtkvari River and has a population of roughly 1.5 million people. Founded in the 5th century by the monarch of Georgia's ancient precursor, the Kingdom of Iberia, the city was invaded by different invaders over the centuries. The increase of Armenian population was noticed in the 19th century. Tbilisi has many narrow streets and a mixture of religious and secular architecture. There are many churches, synagogues, mosques and 19th-century houses with multi-coloured wooden balconies. 

Day 2 : Tbilisi

Explore the capital and see the old districts of the city. Visit the Narikala Fortress, Metekhi Church and the National Museum. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Arrive at the Tbilisi airport. Transfer to your hotel for some relaxation time. Explore the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi and wander the old districts of the city with its narrow streets, patterned balconies and colourful houses. Other sights include, Metekhi Church, the Narikala fortress,  and the National Museum. Overnight in Tbilisi. 
 

Meal plan : Breakfast


The Georgian National Museum is an integration of eleven museums in the nation. It is a fascinating place that was formed in 2004.  The types of exhibitions include, Oriental masterpieces to Medieval Christian art. A fantastic place to visit to see the national treasures of Georgia.

Tbilisi’s old town stands in the shadow of Mother Georgia’s silvery statue, perched on a hill overlooking a mosaic of multi-coloured houses constructed in the 19th century. Nestled together on narrow streets, the homes feature wooden balconies that allow residents to revel in the fresh air. Established in the 4th century and fortified over hundreds of years, the ruins of Narikala Fortress also tower over Georgia’s capital, offering visitors spectacular panoramic views.  

Tbilisi, formerly known as 'Tiflis', is Georgia's capital and the largest city of Georgia. It lays on the banks of the Mtkvari River and has a population of roughly 1.5 million people. Founded in the 5th century by the monarch of Georgia's ancient precursor, the Kingdom of Iberia, the city was invaded by different invaders over the centuries. The increase of Armenian population was noticed in the 19th century. Tbilisi has many narrow streets and a mixture of religious and secular architecture. There are many churches, synagogues, mosques and 19th-century houses with multi-coloured wooden balconies. 

Day 3 : Tbilisi - Sighnaghi – Velistsikhe – Tsinandali - Departure

See the snowy Caucasus Mountains. Visit a Georgian wine cellar and a 19th century estate, Tsinandali. Overnight in Tbilisi.

Travel to Kakheti home to the snowy Caucasus Mountains. Visit an 18th century town (Sighnaghi), a traditional Georgian wine cellar, taste wine made in the traditional Kvevri vessel (a clay vessel) and visit a 19th century estate, Tsinandali. Return to Tbilisi. 

Meal plan : Breakfast & lunch


Tbilisi, formerly known as 'Tiflis', is Georgia's capital and the largest city of Georgia. It lays on the banks of the Mtkvari River and has a population of roughly 1.5 million people. Founded in the 5th century by the monarch of Georgia's ancient precursor, the Kingdom of Iberia, the city was invaded by different invaders over the centuries. The increase of Armenian population was noticed in the 19th century. Tbilisi has many narrow streets and a mixture of religious and secular architecture. There are many churches, synagogues, mosques and 19th-century houses with multi-coloured wooden balconies. 

Sighnaghi was once the cultural centre of Eastern Georgia and, following extensive renovation, the town has reclaimed its heritage as a hub of workmanship and trade - the town is famous for  its wine and carpet-making culture.  Known as a 'town museum', its unique architecture has been preserved or recreated. Enjoy walking through Sighnaghi's narrow streets in the shade of balconies richly decorated with lace-y carved ornamentation. Sighnaghi was instrumental in defending King Erekle II from the Lekis in the 18th century due to its geographic location and its city wall, whose 23 towers span nearly 5 kilometres. A short climb up the restored portion of the wall provides a sweeping panorama of the Alazani Valley and the Caucasus Mountains.

The Tsinandali family estate and wine cellar once belonged to the 19th-century aristocratic poet Alexandre Chavchavadze (1786-1846), who was one of the most important figures of his time. He dedicated his life to promoting and developing Georgian culture, and was the first nobleman to produce and bottle Georgian wine. Chavchavadze's residence consists of a summer home, garden and winery, and now operates as a House-Museum. It has been welcoming visitors since 1947 and periodically hosts exhibitions by prominent Georgian and foreign artists.

What's included

INCLUDED Arrival & departure transfers Ground transport with driver Accommodation Meals (refer to itinerary for meal plan) English-speaking guides Entrance fees to sites & parks
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Travel The Unknown
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