1. Highlight: City tour of Tbilisi
As we make our way through this beautiful city, we'll learn about the city's stories and legends, walk across the elegant Peace Bridge, visit the beautiful Metekhi St. Virgin Church, and see the "Nariqala" ("Impregnable Castle") fortress, the ruins which contain the manuscript for the architectural arts of many different cultures. We also see the impressive 20 m high monument Kartlis Deda, which is also called the "Mother of Georgia" because she symbolizes the Georgian national character: in her left hand she holds a bowl filled with wine, which stands for the extraordinary hospitality, and in the right hand a sword for all those who come as enemies to this embattled land.
2. Highlight: Cable car ride up to Mount Mtatsminda
With the funicular, which nestles steeply along the mountain and has the entire city at your feet, we ride up to the highest viewpoint of Tbilisi. Here you expirience the charm of the city in peace and see everything in miniature size.
3. Highlight: Visit to the "Chronicle of Georgia"
On the outskirts of the city and far away from the hustle and bustle of tourists is the "Georgian Stonehenge". The monument impresses with its 16 monumental columns, each 30m high. The chronicle reflects the 3000-year-old Georgian and 2000-year-old Christian history of the country.
4. Highlight: Entry to the thermal baths in Abanotubani
Oriental elements and an exotic flair can be found here. Thermal baths and hammams are reminiscent of the city's origin story. In the evening you have enough time to relax in a thermal bath. The sulfur treatments have a beneficial effect on pain in the joints or in the back, as the sulfur has an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.
Overnight in Tbilisi