ინფო თბილისი თრეველი

    ინფო თბილისი თრეველი

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    Tbilisi-Mtskheta Tour


    Tbilisi 

    Tbilisi is the ancient capital of Georgia, where about 1 500 000 inhabitants live. It was founded in 5th century AD by the Georgian King of Kartli Vakhtang Gorgasali. Nowadays Tbilisi is the main industrial, cultural and social center of Georgia. 

    Old Tbilisi and Sulfur Baths - Foundation of Tbilisi is related to Tbilisi Sulphur baths. According to the legend, King Vakhtang Gorgasali discovered these sulphur baths while hunting. So the name Tbilisi derives from Georgian word "Tbili", meaning warm. 

    Narikala fortress - It's built in 4th century. It was occupied by Iranian, North Caucasian and Byzantine, Arab conquerors in various periods of time. Nowadays Church of St. Nikoloz built in 13th century is now located within the castle. 

    Metekhi Church - It was first built in 5th century when Vakhtang Gorgasali was the king of Kartli. There are breathtaking views of Old Tbilisi from the church. 

    Trinity Church -is the biggest cathedral not only in Georgia, but also in whole Caucasus region. The height of cathedral is 100 meters. There are 12 churches within the interior of the church. Great ecclesiastic relics are kept there. Among them there is the unique manuscript of the Gospel written during 1984-2004. 

    Tbilisi National Museum -Lots of specimen of cultural heritage of Georgia are kept in the museum. One of the most amazing exhibits are the prehistoric human remains/skulls found in Dmanisi region. 

    Mtskheta 

    Beautiful and small town of Mtskheta is considered the centre of Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church.

    Svetitskhoveli Cathedral - First church was built in 4th century. Afterwards during the centuries it became the largest and the most impressive church of Georgia. Christ's mantle is buried here, which was brought here from Jerusalem. The church is in UNESCO world heritage sites. 

    Jvari Monastery - is a Georgian Orthodox monastery of the 6th century. There are picturesque views of both Tbilisi and Mtskheta from monastery territory. Nowadays Jvari monastery is an active church and the monks live there. 


    Service includes: 

    - Transportation
    - Guide assistance;
    - Dinner
    - Museum entrance fees 

    Duration of tour: 6 hours 
     

    Birtvisi Fortress (Weekend Tour)


    Birtvisi Fortress is located in Kvemo Kartli, in the southern part of Georgia, 55km from Tbilisi.
    The unique strangeness of the fortress is that it is built of very big stones naturally lifted from the ground.
    The array is so high that nobody could conquer it for many centuries, until the well-known Temur-Leng who gathered special hunters and climbers to take the place after a useless 3 months encircling it. 
    It also makes very strange and pleasant effect in summertime, when there is a cool in the rocks and canyons of Birtvisi. It is possible to do the tour as a daytrip or to stay in one of local caves or in a tent for one night. 

    Service includes:
    - Camping or sleeping in a cave - if you wish
    - Transport
    - Guide
    - Dinner 
     

    David Gareji - Ioane Natlismtsemeli (Weekend Tour)


    "David Gareji" and "Ioane Natlismtsemeli" are situated near to each other (several km) and both are shaped in rocks. Thousands of monks lived there in ancient times, and in the present day there are several complexes where monks are still living. 
    The monks' cells are painted with the ornaments of earlier centuries. Moslems overtook the Monastery Complexes in ancient times and invaders demanded that the monks change their religion. 
    Instead, in only one day 5000 monks sacrificed their lives for Christianity. 

    Tour lasts 1 day. It is situated at 60km. from Tbilisi. 

    Service includes:
    - Transportation;
    - Guide assistance;
    - Dinner. 
     

    Signagi and Bodbe (Weekend Tour)


    Signagi is one of the most beautiful towns of Georgia. Besides its very interesting location above the Alazani Valley, the town is also special due to architectural discoveries of the antique period. Now it is possible to see these unique items at the Museum of Signagi. In the 19th - 20th centuries, Signagi became an artists' community for painters, playgoers, and writers. 

    You will also visit the Monastery of Bodbe (6th - 7th centuries) to see the well-known grave of Saint Nino. Here is a beautiful view from the church's garden of the field of Alazani. 

    The tour can be a daytrip, but Signagi at night is an unforgettable experience. Staying at one of Signagi's hotels will give you a chance to taste traditional dishes and of course world famous Kakhetian wine. 

    Service includes:
    - Accommodation if needed;
    - Transportation;
    - Guide assistance;
    - Dinner 
     

    Kazbegi - The Trinity of Gergeti (Weekend Tour)


    Kazbegi is the highest town from sea level in Georgia, standing at 1600m high. It is situated between Caucasus Mountains (4000 - 5000m) and the top "glacier" (5033m). At the top of the town there is very beautiful church awaiting you - The Trinity of Gergeti. 

    The region Khevi is famous for making the traditional Georgian dish "Mokhevian Khinkali," not to be missed on your visit. You can also visit the residential ensemble of "Ananuri" (15th century) 

    The tour can be a day trip, but if you wish you can stay at a hotel in Kazbegi. This is a great chance to relish the Caucasus Mountain air and breathtaking views. 

    Service includes:
    - Accommodation if needed;
    - Guide assistance;
    - Dinner 
     

    Rkoni Monastery Complex (Weekend Tour)


    Rkoni is situated in 100km from Tbilisi in the beautiful Tedzami gorge. The place is rich with different kinds of architecture built at the initiative of Queen Tamar. 
    The fortresses, arch-stone bridge on the river Tedza, church carved in rock to save treasure - all these you can see when you travel to this beautiful place.
    The tour can be a day trip, but if you wish you can stay and spend one more day in the unforgettable Tedzami Gorge. 

    Service includes:
    - Accommodation if needed;
    - Transportation;
    - Guide assistance;
    - Dinner