Taste of Georgia

5 days / 4 nights

Tour Highlights - 5 days tour in Georgia

  • Explore the highlights of Georgia

  • Visit UNESCO churches in Georgia

  • Experience café culture in Tbilisi

  • Explore the first capital of Georgia – Mtskheta – and admire the inseparable views to the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers

  • Travel along the famed Georgian Military Highway to the Caucasus Mountains

  • Visit the wine region of Georgia – Kakheti

Rates & Departures

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What's Included


  • Accommodation at 3* hotels in DBL/Twin rooms (4 nights)

  • Transportation with a comfortable cars with AC

  • English speaking guide

  • Breakfast at the hotel

  • Entrance fees to all visited places

  • 4*4 to Gergeti Trinity church

  • 1 bottle of water per person per day

  • Airport transfers

  • Local taxes

Not included

  • Lunches and Dinners

  • Flights

  • Travel insurance

  • Visa to Armenia (if required)

  • Single room supplement

  • Bank transfer fees

Detailed Itinerary

Arrival at Tbilisi International hotel, meet with you guide and transfer to the hotel.

Overnight Tbilisi

After breakfast we will start our exploration of Tbilisi, a city which has quite long 1500 years of history as a capital. The foundation of the city is related with the famous Tbilisi Baths – natural spring waters with sulfur. Baths’ district is nowadays the heart of the old town of Tbilisi. During our city tour we will visit this famous baths, also XVII C. Metekhi church situated on Metekhi Plateau. From plateau you can see Georgian, Armenian and Catholic churches, also Jewish Synagogue and Muslim Mosque side by side as a symbol of Georgian tolerance. We also visit Narikala fortress (by the cable car), Cathedral Sameba – which is the highest Orthodox Church and the oldest church of Tbilisi – Anchiskhati (VI-VII C). Next to the Anchiskhati is the oldest café of Tbilisi – “café Gabriadze” named after the famous Georgian film maker Rezo Gabriadze. We also visit the main avenue of Tbilisi – Rustaveli Avenue with the buildings of almost all the types of European Architecture of the 19th century (Baroque, Moorish, classical and even Stalinist architectural styles).  Continue to Mtskheta (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the ancient capital of eastern Georgia, at the southern end of the highway. Georgia conversion to Christianity took place in Mtskheta in 337 AD. We will visit Church of Jvari perched on a cliff overlooking the city, the Sveti-Tskhoveli Cathedral, the first Christian church to be built in Georgia and its largest functioning cathedral and the Samtavro Monastery complex.
Overnight in Tbilisi

Today we will drive north along the Georgian Military Highway, linking Georgia with Russia into the mountainous provinces of the Greater Caucasus. Our first stop is Ananuri, the incredible 16th century fortress complex built by the warring dukes of Aragvi in an attempt to control the main road. It’s a well-preserved castle on the shore of the Zhinvali Reservoir. Continue to Gudauri – a famous resort town located at the slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range. Our next stop is Trinity Church Gergeti (14th century) situated at an altitude of 2170 m at the foot of Mount Kazbek. Drive back to Tbilisi.

Overnight in Tbilisi

We take a ride to reach the main winemaking region of Georgia – Kakheti, where the best and exclusive wines are made with love. Our next stop is Telavi town which is the center of Kakheti and is located in the beautiful Alazani Valley. Here we can see the oldest tree in the country – 900-year-old platan. Laterwe will visit Tsinandali– the summer residence of the noble Georgian family – Chavchavadze. The founder of this beautiful European style palace and gardens was the father of the Georgian romanticism – Alexander Chavchavadze. Continue our tour to Sighnaghi town which is called also “love town” – it is a medieval city located on the hills overlooking Alazani Valley and Dagestan Mountains (North Caucasus).

Overnight in Tbilisi

Transfer to Tbilisi International Airport. Departure.

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