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1 Day Historical & Heritage Tours Hotel Pickup Offered Free Cancellation
Discover the rich history of Georgia on a full-day tour of the old and new capitals. Start out in the new capital of Tbilisi and explore the old town visiting highlights such as the Peace Bridge, the Narikala Fortress, and the Sameba Cathedral. Then head to the old city of Mtskheta to learn about its history and explore UNESCO-listed sites such as the Jvari Monastery and the Svetiskhoveli Cathedral.View Tour
8 Hours Historical & Heritage Tours Hotel Pickup Offered Free Cancellation
Enjoy 40-minute drive to the area of Mtskheta, former capital of Georgia, where outstanding examples of medieval religious architecture in the Caucasus are represented. They show the high artistic and cultural level attained by this ancient kingdom. It was here that St. Nino converted the royal family to Christianity in the 4th century, visit the hill top Jvari church dating from the 4th century and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral from the 12th century.After enjoying traditional world famous Georgian cuisine -drive on to the town of Gori in the heart of Kartli region. Gori is the birthplace of Stalin and there is a museum about his life to visit. Later, head towards Uplistsikhe an ancient cave town (from the 6th century BC) - lying on the route of the Great Silk Road. Enjoy relaxing transfer in a comfortable vehicle to your hotel in Tbilisi.View Tour
5 Hours Cultural Tours Free Cancellation
Tbilisi sightseeing tour includes: Metekhi Church, overlooking the river Mtkvari (13th century); Sulphur Baths; Narikala Fortress (by cable car, if available), one of the oldest fortifications in the city (4th century); the Synagogue; Sioni Cathedral (6-7th century), which houses the cross of St. Nino, the woman who brought Christianity to Georgia, and; Anchiskhati Church (6th century). All these sights mark the end of the Old Town and they are in close proximity and pleasant walking distance. Afterwards we visit the stunning treasury of the Georgian National Museum (closed on Mondays) before taking a stroll along Rustaveli Avenue, the main street in Tbilisi.View Tour