Capital of Georgia with a private local guide
Tbilisi/Mtskheta tour. . .
Tbilisi and Mtskheta (new and old capital cities, represent two the most ancient cities in Georgia, Exclusively Tbilisi represents the heart of whole Caucasian region, the place where of different cultures living within one neighborhood. The Capital of Georgia - Tbilisi was founded 1500 years ago and has plenty of history. Throughout its history Tbilisi was invaded and destroyed for several times by different invaders. During our half-walking tour we'll visit historically significant places of interest of Old town, such as: "Narikala" fortress, metekhi church, Rustaveli avenue, Agmashenebeli avenue, Synagogue, Sulfur bath houses and new Cathedral of saint trinity (Sameba), than we'll drive to Old capital of Georgia-Mtskheta, which is located 10 miles away from Tbilisi and visit cultural heritage of early medieval centuries, such as: "Jvari" and "Svetitskhoveli" church complexes, also "Shio mgvime" monastery or Samtavro nunnery.
Lunch break - upon your request!
Trip starts in Tbilisi goes around old town- Metekhi church, Narikala fortress, sulphur bath houses, Sharden streen, freedom square, Rustaveli Avenue(Parliament, Opera and Rustaveli theatre buildings), Than going to Mtskheta and Lunch. After all visiting - Jvari church (upon top of the hill), Svetitskhoveli church (monastery), shio mgvime monastery. Comming back to Tbilisi and visiting Georgian cathedral - Sameba (saint trinity) church and going to hotel. . . :)
Note: Nothing can hinder our tour! :)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel/Airport in Tbilisi
End location: Hotel/Airport in Tbilisi
Duration: 7 hours
4X4 SUV, Mitsubishi, Montero Sport, 2001, 3:0 l
4X4 minivan, Mitsubishi, Delica, 2002 3:0 l
Note: Do not forget - less electronics longer and safer drive in the mountains!
Estimated Local Cash Needed
60 GEL - Lunch, souvenirs, entrance fees.
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Koba was a great guide and translator during our short time in Tbilisi. His knowledge of the city and its people was truly amazing, and he shared his enthusiasm and interest in his country and its people. He dove right into our art project, working with local authorities to ensure we were able to carry out our interviews. He was a great help in approaching the local people and conducting interviews. His language skills are excellent, and he was a fun and interesting companion. Thank you, Koba!