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Full Day Private Tour of Tbilisi and Mtskheta
"In the morning the guide and driver will pick you up from your centrally located accommodation in Tbilisi and start driving to Mtskheta the ancient capital of Georgia. You’ll visit two UNESCO World Heritage sites located in this small town. First stop is Jvari Monastery dating back to 6th century AD. Standing on the top of the hill it overlooks the town of Mtskheta and the confluence of two rivers Aragvi and Mtkvari. After visiting the monastery drive down and reach Svetitskhoveli Cathedral which is one of the most sacred places in whole Georgia and is said to have Christ’s robe preserved in it.Take a lunch break in one of the local restaurants with tasty Georgian dishes like Khinkali and Khachapuri and then take a nice walk in the town. Visit local wine shop where you can buy some Georg to Legtakhevi area and then Meidan square & Shardeni street neighborhood. Here you can find numerous souvenir shops art galleries and cafes. Take a walk in the old town and shop for some souvenirs and after drive back to your place of stay in Tbilisi. The tour ends with a drop off at your hotel in Tbilisi."
From EUR34.00
 
City Sightseeing Tbilisi Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Founded in the 5th century and situated at the crossroads of Asia and Europe Tbilisi is home to many churches a synagogue a mosque and a Zoroastrian temple — all within walking distance. On your narrated City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour by double-decker bus you can hear about Tbilisi's historical religious and cultural attractions and disembark at any of the 11 stops along the 1.75-hour route to explore the city at your leisure.Perhaps walk along the narrow streets of Old Town Tbilisi
From EUR18.00
 
Tbilisi Traditions with a Basement Bakery Underground Winery Carpet Shop Visit and Delicious Vegetarian Lunch
"You’ll start your Tbilisi tour from the point where the city started. You’ll hear about the history and heritage of this ancient town and the legends that surround it to this day. You’ll cross the Metekhi Bridge — the first bridge in the city to span the Mtkvari — and continue on to the sulphur baths. These natural hot springs come straight from the depths of the Earth and they’re one of the region’s most popular activities. (If you’d like to book a session at the baths your guide can help you to make arrangements for later during your travels).Your walking tour will then take you across Chardin Street to the Tamada statue which honours Georgia’s traditions of toastmasters and wine-making and is a copy of an archaeological relic that dates back to the 8th century BCE. We’ll then visit the Great Synagogue and ancient Sioni Cathedral which holds St. Nino’s cross — an important relic for Georgians. As we continue
From $75.00

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Kazbegi - Gveleti waterfalls

On our first day in Stepantsminda (Kazbegi), our host offered to take us in his car on a short trip in the direction of the Russian border. Its highlight were Gveleti waterfalls. After leaving the...
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magor65
Feb 14, 2015

Kobuleti - 20 km from Batumi

Kobuleti is a seaside resort located about 20 km from Batumi. Actually, there is not much for tourists there, just a stony beach, walking promenade along the sea with a couple of bars and restaurants,...
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Feb 14, 2015

Dzikr — a traditional Sufi prayer of the Kists

Every Friday at around 11 am, a women's Sufi fraternity, belonging to the Kunta-haji Kishiev wird, meets in an old mosque in Duisi. Under the guidance of Alcani, leader of the fraternity, they perform...
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Dec 15, 2009

pankisi gorge

In the pankisi gorge, some kilometres of the border with Chechenia, there are more than four thousand chechens refugees waiting to return one day to their homeland.The war in Chechenia is not over....
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Elenoide
Mar 28, 2005

South Ossetia: the breakaway basketcase

We went to South Ossetia and i can confirm you that's quite off the beaten path, in fact we were the only tourists or non-Russian foreigners around in the entire "republic". The republic broke away...
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tommy_oostende
Nov 23, 2003

All of Georgia is off the beaten path!

The whole of Georgia is off the beaten path, but wherever you go in Georgia, you'll be faced with the unexpected. On a day trip in Kakheti region, we came upon this odd statue by the village of...
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maykal
Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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Old Tbilisi

You can have a great time dressing up in colourful attires . Location : Just off the cable car station near he mother Georgia statue. As you walk out through the walkaway, there are a few stalls...
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Gveteli Waterfall

This waterfall is located 12 km away from Kazbegi and, from the main road, the easy trail is only 2 km. As I wanted to see the Georgian border with Russian and the Dariali Monastery of the Archangels...
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Novy Afon Monastery

Properly dressed visitors are welcome inside the monastery to see the main church of St Pantaleon (for men and women wearing shorts, wrap-around skirts are available for rent at the entrance, as are...
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Prometheus Caves

The Prometheus Caves have been open to the public only since 2011, so you will not find them in most printed guidebooks. They are quite large with stalagmites, the tour is a 1,4 kilometre walk steps...
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Sokhumi Seafront

The eastern end of the promenade starts to turn inland once you reach a seafront park, with a grand colonnaded entrance. Around this entrance, local artists gather to show off their work (seems to be...
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Old Gagra

What used to be the hub of the early resort is now somewhat abandoned. The large square (I think named gagarin Square, although could be wrong) which used to be the town's bus station and shopping...
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"through georgia on my bicycle."
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"Across Georgia by marshrutkas"
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