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Tbilisi, and Batumi’s Beach Escapade 9D8N
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History buffs, nature aficionados, beach lovers
Here are 9 Reasons to visit Georgia
Tbilisi: An eclectic melting pot 2. Ushguli: Europe’s highest village 3. The birthplace of wine 4. Mysterious cave cities. 5. Supra: A traditional Georgian feast 6. Remote mountain villages 7. Europe’s most surreal museum 8. Beautiful and ancient churches 9. The people and Georgian hospitality
Batumi’s seaside Boulevard park and the Old Town inland have been tastefully renovated, new architecture including a small forest of eye-catching tower buildings has sprung up, and Batumi has developed into one of the Black Sea’s top resort magnets, with a great party scene in summer.
Day 2: Tiblisi city tour (Old Tiblisi, Narikala Fortress, Rustaveli, Bridge of Peace)
Day 3: Mtskheta tour (Jvari Monastery, Svetitstkhoveli Cathedral, Samtavro Monastery)
Day 4: Kakheti wine tour (Kakheti wine gardens, Tsinandali, …)
Day 5: Transfer from Tiblisi to Batumi. En route Kutaisi, Bagrati Monastery, Prometheus Cave
Day 6: Beach. Free days at leisure to enjoy Batumi’s Black Sea Beach
Day 7: Beach.
Day 8: Beach.
Package is quoted per person in USD and includes:
- ALL Airport Taxes.
- 04-Night accommodation at the hotel of your choice in TBILISI.
- 04-Night accommodation at the hotel of your choice in BATUMI.
- Bed and Breakfast basis.
- Private Transfer Airport/Hotel/Airport.
- English guided Tours.
- Entrance fees.
- Tbilisi cable car.
- Wine tasting in Kakheti.
Day 1: Arrival to Tbilisi, transfer to hotel. Free Day in Tiblisi
Day 2: Tbilisi City tour
City Tour in Tbilisi. Tbilisi today is one of the most modern and cosmopolitan cities in the Caucasus. The city has been destroyed and rebuilt nearly 30 times following wars and invasions. Visit the Old Tbilisi well-known for its sulfur bathhouses fed by natural hot springs. Nearby on Shardeni Street you will find modern, popular restaurants, open air café-bars, trendy night clubs and art galleries. Contemplate the Georgian Orthodox, Armenian Gregorian churches, Jewish synagogue, Turkish mosque, reflecting Tbilisi’s tolerance and openness. Continue to Narikala Fortress and its St. Nikolas Church. Walk up the fortress stairs to get a “bird-eye” view of this magical city. Narikala can be seen from any point within Old Tbilisi. Pause at the the president “Bridge of Peace”, … “Leselidze” street…
Stroll in Rustaveli Avenue, which begins at Freedom Square and extends about 1.5 kilometers. This is the center of the city. Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 3: Tbilisi – Mtskheta – Tbilisi
Drive to Uplistsikhe – an amazing and ancient city, carved in the rock in the 7th century.
The Historical Monuments of Mtskheta are located in the cultural landscape at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari Rivers, 20km northwest of Tbilisi. Highlights: 1) Jvari Monastery (5th century, there is church of the same name in Jerusalem); 2) Svetitstkhoveli Cathedral (the sacred place for every Christian Orthodox); 3) Samtavro Monastery (where the king Mirjan and Princess Nana lie. They were the first who recognized Christianity in Georgia. Feast your eyes and senses with the year-round growing, flowering and fruiting blackberry bush. Here lived and preached St. Nino, the enlightener and the first preacher of Christianity in Georgia).
Enlisted as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mtskheta was the ancient capital of Kartli, the East Georgian Kingdom from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. It was also the location where Christianity was proclaimed as the official religion in Georgia in 337. To date, it still remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church. In the evening return to Tbilisi. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Kakheti tour
Journey to Kakheti, the wine area. There are 2,000 varieties of grapes worldwide, of which 500 varieties grow here in Kakheti. Drive to this beautiful City of love, “Sighnaghi, known for its eponymous castle, the most famous and largest forts in Georgia. Descend to the sources of St. Nino (30 min walk). “Bodbe” – and the monastery complex of St. George’s Episcopal. In the evening return to Tbilisi. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 5: Drive to Batumi (5h40min).
En route, pause in Kutaisi, the center of Imereti region. Visit the Bagrati Monastery.
The monastery was founded in the reign of Bagrat the 3rd, as the kingdom main palace and consecrated in honor of the Assumption of Saint Mary (mother of Jesus) in 1003; and is enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Journey to Prometheus Cave if time permits.
Arrive to Batumi. Check in and overnight at the hotel.
Day 6 till Day 8: Batumi.
Free Days at Leisure to enjoy Batumi’s Black Sea Beach and its crystal waters.
Day 9: Transfer from Batumi international airport for your journey back home.
Breakfast then visit Makhuntseti waterfall. Wine tasting.
Batumi city Tour: Batumi’ Sea port of (one of the important port of the black sea), Piazza Square, Europe Square, Statue of Medea, Ali and Nino’ Sculpture of Love (symbolizing tolerance between Muslims & Christians), Georgian Alphabetic Tower.
|Optional Tours Prices Upon Request|
|Batumi||2 Pax||4 Pax|
|Batumi city tour (3-4 hours)|
|Price includes: Transfer, guided services. Excluding entrance fee if any.|
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Georgia Motto: ძალა ერთობაშია (Dzala Ertobashia): Strength is in Unity
|Sites to See
Cathedral Sameba built in the 21st century, and is the 2nd largest temple in the World;
Cathedral Metekhi’ founded in the 13th century;
Anchiskhati-Tbilisi ancient temple, consecrated in honor of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary;
The bridge named by the president “Bridge of Peace” and is the 2nd largest in the world known for its architecture.
|Old Tiblisi||Narikala Fortress||Rustaveli Avenue & Freedom Square
|Dry Bridge (home to a famous flea market)||Tbilisi Funicular (finest example of cable railways in the world)||Agmashenebeli Avenue (one of the longest and most beautiful streets of the city. Here you can find gorgeous historic buildings, painted entryways and distinctive architectural ornaments.|
Art Palace Of Georgia
|Gabriadze Theater||Holy Trinity Cathedral (one of the tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the World. Includes an underground, 9 chapels, buildings, gardens)|
SIGHNAGHI (The City of Love is an hour from Tiblisi)
- Kakheti region, Wine and spirits. Taste the Georgian bread, cheese and Chacha
- Signagi, one of the most beautiful towns, with its unusually peculiar architecture, charming houses…
- Bodbe monastery is 2 km far from Signaghi linked to the adoption of Christianity. The monastery’s area is covered with wonderful flowers, bushes and vineyards. St. George Cathedral, part of the monastery, holds the remains of St. Nino, Equal to the Apostles, who brought Christianity to Georgia.
- Winery Khareba is Georgia’s largest wine cellar. There is perfect storage conditions for wine, 7,7 km of tunnels and galleries.
|Batumi Boulevard||Europe Square||Piazza Square||Batumi Tower|
|Ali & Nino||Medea Monument||Batumi Botanical Garden||Ortajame Mosque|
|Makhuntseti Waterfall||Wine house||Martvili||OKATSE|
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- Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi, Georgia
- Uplistsikhe, Georgia
- Jvari Monastery of Mtskheta, Georgia
- Samtavro Convent, Mtskheta, Georgia
- Kakheti, Georgia
- Batumi Piazza, Batumi, Georgia
- Ali u0026 Nino Statue, Batumi, Georgia
- Batumi Tower, Batumi, Georgia