1. Mtskheta and Tbilisi: Full-Day Tour
Discover the wonders of Mtskheta and Tbilisi on a multi-stop guided trip. Visit sights such as Jvari Monastery, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Tbilisi Open Air Museum of Ethnography, and Mtatsminda Park, entry tickets included. Enjoy guided walks and a ride on a cable car. Head out in the morning to take advantage of the best time to take pictures in Mtskheta. Before Mtskjeta, visit the monument on a small hill near the Tbilisi sea called the Chronicle of Georgia. This monument depicts the religious and historical events of Georgia. On to Mtskheta, visit the Jvari Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the architectural sample of the 6th century and enjoy the beautiful view of the city of Mtskheta. A walking excursion is waiting for you in this city full of red-roofed houses. Visit the 11th-century Svetitskhoveli Cathedral next, another UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cathedral is built on the site where the robe of Jesus Christ is kept. After lunch in Mtskheta, return to Tbilisi and visit the Tbilisi Ethnographic Museum in the modern part of the city. In the open air and on the territory of the big green strip, the ethnography museum offers real samples of traditional houses from different parts of Georgia. Every home features traditional household items and clothing. Along with the usual houses, there is also a sample of a Svan tower. In summer, this place hosts an ethnographic music festival. After the museum, venture on a walk in Mtatsminda Park, where you can enjoy unforgettable evening views of Tbilisi. The park can be reached by car and by funicular — the choice is yours. The park has a pleasant environment for people of any age.