Eternal love in Georgia


The Georgian town of Sighnaghi is located in the eastern part of Kakheti, and is known as the City of Love. Sighnaghi was also one of Georgia’s many stops along the ancient Silk Road. Sighnaghi is just over an hour away from Tbilisi, which makes it a good escape from the busy life of the city. Many day trips and short excursions travel to Sighnaghi.

The town has recently undergone significant restoration and infrastructural improvement, rendering Sighnaghi a must-see destination in Georgia. Casino gambling, high end hotels and dining, fine wines and a stunning view of the Alazani Valley make Sighnaghi one of Georgia’s most attractive small towns.


Day 1: Departure

  • Accommodation
  • Lunch
  • Free time

Day 2: Old Tbilisi tour

The  Old Town  has much to offer. Take a stroll along narrow cobbled streets, pass traditional old houses with carved wooden balconies, relax in the warm waters of the historic sulphur baths and visit some of the city’s key historical sites: Metekhi Church, Narikala Fortress, Sioni Cathedral and Anchiskhati Church


  • Mtatsminda Park
  • Metekhi Temple
  • Sulphur Bath District
  • Narikala Fortress
  • Shardeni St.
  • Bridge of Peace
  • Rike Park
  • Sameba Temple

Day3- : signaghi city of love

Georgia’s Smallest Town – City of Love, popular tourist destination  due to its location at the heart of Georgia’s wine-growing regions, as  well as picturesque landscapes, pastel houses and narrow  cobblestone streets. Signage overlooks the vast Alazani Valley, with  the Caucasus Mountains Visible al the distance. City of wine and  love, as it is being called in recent years, is very much appealing to  those who are tired of rush and hustle, and like everything lovely, cute  and small.

  St. George monastic and Episcopal complex, situated in Bodbe  (Kakheti) is the national Georgian relic. In St. George cathedral are  kept the remains of Nino of Kappadokia, Equal-to-the-Apostles, the  great Baptist of Georgia, the  harbinger of  Christianity. The cult  complex in Bodbe was repeatedly repaired and restored. In the 16th –  17th centuries Bodbe was the import-ant educational center. In 1837  the monastery was abolished. And in 1889 the convent of St. Nino  Equal-to-the-Apostles was opened and is active until now.

The complex in Tsinandali embraces the memorial house, a  landscape garden, a historical winery, wine cellar, hotel and a café.  The vineyards have been restored and wine production has resumed.  We offer you a pleasurable and informative experience: you will look  into the background of the noble Chavchavadze family, who played a  significant part in the national history; enjoy the views of the garden,  have a look at the winery and sample the “Tsinandali” (first produced  by the Chavchavadze Family) etc. Georgian wines and round off the  visit at the historical place.


Visit to Bodbe monastery

Sighnaghi tour


Visit to Wine Museum   “Shumi”


Day : Departure

Check out

Transfer to the Tbilisi international airport


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