Day trip to Tbilisi and Mtskheta combines the full day exploration of two ancient towns, which have been linked by culture and history for centuries. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Mtskheta, main attractions of Tbilisi and taste Georgian traditional dishes during lunch in one of the local restaurants.
• 8 hours
The Sightseeing tour on a unique specially equipped bus on the route Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Jvari. This is also the only bus in Tbilisi which is equipped with an audio guide system in English and Russian. There is also a live guide present in the bus. Bus work according to the Hop On Hop Off system. Free soft drinks and sweets on board.
• 5 hours
Located in the Great Caucasus Range, Mount Kazbegi, at 5.033 meters is third highest mountain in Georgia, 160 km north-east from Tbilisi. Mount Kazbek is associated in Georgian folklore with Amirani, the Georgian version of Prometheus, who was chained on the mountain in punishment for having stolen fire from the gods and having given it to mortals. On the slope of mount Kazbegi is located Gergeti Trinity Church (XIV c) at the altitude 2.175 m. This amazing small church attracts travellers for its wonderful location and amazing view on the top of mount Kazbegi and river Dariali gorge.
• 10 hours
Mtskheta, one of the oldest cities of the country of Georgia is located approximately 20 kilometers north of Tbilisi at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. Due to its historical significance and numerous ancient monuments, Mtskheta became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Remains of towns at this location have been dated to earlier than the year 1000 BC, and Mtskheta was capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia during the 3rd century BC – 5th century AD. It was the site of early Christian activity, and the location where Christianity was proclaimed the state religion of Georgia in 337. Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century) and Jvari Monastery (6th century) in Mtskheta are amongst the most significant monuments of Georgian Christian architecture.
• 6 hours
Full day's exploration of High Caucasus Mountains is awaiting you during this day trip. Travel north by one of the oldest roads in Georgia, the Georgian Military Highway, have an off-road adventure to Gergeti Mountain and explore the foothills of Kazbegi glacier. Then walk to the Gveleti waterfalls, and Dariali gorge, to observe the lifestyle of the North Georgian people.
• 11 hours
Discover Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, at your own pace on a City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour with live narration. Select a 1-day or 2-day pass, and explore this multicultural city aboard a double-decker bus. At 11 stops, you can hop off the bus to visit the Tbilisi attractions that interest you. Wander the cobbled streets of Old Town and Freedom Square, see art exhibits at the Georgian National Museum, or soak in the 17th-century Sulphur Baths.
• 2 days
Explore the main wine-producing region of Georgia during this one day tour. You’ll travel to Kakheti province, taste finest Georgian wines and get acquainted with the ancient methods of wine making during a guided excursion to a wine museum and wineries.
• 9 hours
If you are in Georgia and decide to see the beauties of nature, historical cities, old churches and monasteries and Georgian traditions you must visit Kakheti.
• 9 hours
Explore the streets of Tbilisi city during a short walking tour, taste Georgian wines and have dinner with traditional dishes at one of the restaurants located in the Old Town. This tour is an excellent opportunity to spend your evening getting acquainted with local traditions and culture.
• 5 hours
Full Day trip to Tbilisi is a combination of driving & walking in historical parts of the New & Old City. See the main monuments of the capital city during this private tour including visit to Georgian National Museum and lunch with traditional dishes at one of the restaurants of the old city.
• 7 hours