Tbilisi The City That Loves You


Tbilisi is known for its distinctive architecture, which reflects the city’s  storied past and comprises an eclectic mix of Medieval, Art Nouveau  and Modernist structures. Tbilisi tour features all must-see sights  from centuries old church and fortress to contemporary symbols of  the city. The tour schedule designed in the way that guests of the  capital can get a wholesome impression about the capital of Georgia  and its history.

Tbilisi – a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-religious city on the crossroads of history, a city neither European nor Asian but a heady blend of both East and West.Tbilisi was founded in the 5th century AD and has attracted visitors ever since, drawn by the hot springs for which the city is named, by the lively atmosphere of its cobbled streets and caravanserais or simply by what Alexandre Dumas called the “strange, fascinating charm” of this “city of legend and romance.”


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


Day 3: MTSKGETA TOUR old capital

Mtskheta was founded in the 5th century BC. It was capital of the  early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia (Kartli) from the 3rd century BC to  the 5th century AD. It was a site of early Christian activity, and the location where Christianity was proclaimed the state religion of Kartli in 337. It remains the headquarters of  the Georgian Orthodox Churches

Château Mukhrani – is the first Georgian Château, which combines four main components: a vineyard, the wine cellar, the castle and the history. Its name is connected with the name of the representative of the royal Bagrationi dynasty, Ivane Mukhranbatoni, who in the 70s of the 19th century during his trip to France has studied the concept of the Château and began its introduction in his domain. The date indicated in the name of the restaurant, 1878, is related to the bottling of the first bottle of Mukhranian wine by Ivane Mukhranbatoni. The castle of Ivane Mukhranbatoni is widely known for its fabulous beauty, but only in 2002 it has regained its former appearance. The production of Mukhranian products, which are made with mixture of modern and traditional technologies, is recovering gradually. Wines of Ivane Mukhranbatoni were always distinguished by their exquisite taste and are still very popular both in domestic and international markets.

Visit to chateau mere wine degustation

Mtskheta tour

Cooking masterclasses


Day 4: museums and Gala dinner

The Georgian National Museum presents internationally significant collections of art and dynamic, changing exhibitions, providing audiences with inspiration and knowledge of the wonderful world of culture, art, science and education. The evidences and proof of the oldest human existence in Eurasia are displayed together with magnificent Medieval Christian art, stunning gold and silver jewelry from the ancient land of Colchis, spectacular modern and contemporary paintings of Georgian artists and masterpieces of the Oriental, Western European and Russian decorative arts.

Georgian national museum

Georgian national gallery

Dry bridge

Gala dinner

Day 5: Departure

Transfer to the Tbilisi international airport




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