Ancient World - the most exotic country in Europe
9 days private tour to the most exotic country in Europe with its remote and authentic villages, medieval towers, alpine valleys and gorgeous roaring rivers. UNESCO World heritage site Ushguli village, the highest highest settled village in Europe
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9 days private tour
: We will reveal to you the most exotic country in Europe with its remote and authentic villages, mediaeval towers, alpine valleys and gorgeous roaring rivers. UNESCO World heritage site Ushguli village in Svaneti is the highest permanently settled village in Europe. Jeep adventure starts in Mestia and takes you to the village along Enguri Canyon. The trip is designed for travelers’ who enjoy the professional guided and chauffeured traveling.
Sights to visit:
Gori: Stalin Museum, Uplistsikhe cave city from 1st mill BC.
Mtskheta - Georgia's ancient capital and religious center.
Jvari Monastery 6th c -UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral 11th c- UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Georgian Western Highway and Rikoti Pass - natural border between the east and the west. and the tunnel, length of the tunnel is 1850 m.
West Georgia: Kutaisi - ancient capital of Colchis Kingdom.
Bagrati Cathedral 11th c -UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Gelati Monastery and Academy 12th c. - UNESCO World Heritage Site.
SatapliaNature reserve and karst caves.
Zugdidi: Dadiani Palace ��'Samegrelo duke’s residence.
Svaneti: medieval self-defensive towers and churches famous by mural frescoes in Latali, Lemjeri, Nakipari, Kala villages. UNESCO site village Ushguli 2200 m above sea level, State Ethnography Museum in Mestia.
Tbilisi sites: Old Tbilisi: Metekhi Church 13th c., Narikala Fortress 4th c., Sulfur Bath houses, Sioni Cathedral 6-13th cc. Bridge of Peace, Sharden street Neighborhood
Borjomi Park and mineral springs
Akhaltsikhe: Rabat, Fortress and museum
Vardzia cave city 12th c., Khertvisi Fortress 10th c.
Eg. Day 2: Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to the town of Gori - the heart of the Kartli region -where Soviet Dictator Stalin was born and visit Stalin's house-museum. Explore Uplistsikhe caves -1st millennium BC located 12 km away from Gori. After we travel to the West via Rikoti pass - the land of the Golden Fleece.
We can make several stops on our way: there is a pottery and handcraft market on the driveway, selling baskets, fruits, honey and mushrooms. Drive to the second largest city in Georgia: Kutaisi, famous for its hospitality, delicious cuisine and special dishes such as Imeretian cheese pie, Khachapuri. Dinner and overnight at Kutaisi guesthouse.
Age range, type of group
Private tour. Family Tour.
Sleeping and meals
Professional tour guide
Airport transfers on the first and last days of the trip
Air conditioned comfortable car all days
8 x Breakfasts all days;
6 x Dinners -days 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7
1 x Farewell Dinner-day 9
2 x Picnic lunches -days 4, 7
1 x bottle of mineral water per person/per day
Accommodation for 9 overnights in touristic 3*hotels and guesthouses with private facilities double/twin occupancy.
3 x overnights in Tbilisi hotel
2 x overnights at the guesthouse in Kutaisi
2 x overnights at a guesthouse in Mestia
1 x overnight in Akhaltsikhe hotel
1 x overnight in Bakuriani hotel
Excursions & entrance fees per program;
150 EUR per night
10% discount for early booking.Email Owner For Reservations »
|Ancient World - the most exotic country in Europe|
116 Tsereteli Ave, DIDUBE PLAZA, Tbilisi, Georgia
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