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Tbilisi: City Sightseeing and Wine Tour with Tasting

1. Tbilisi: City Sightseeing and Wine Tour with Tasting

The tour begins with pickup from your hotel in a private vehicle as you set out for a day of exploration, sight seeing and wine tasting. The first part of the tour focuses on visiting the city’s landmarks, and the first stop of the day is a panoramic cable car ride to the Narikala Fortress. Afterwards, head to the well-preserved courtyard of St. Nicholas Church and then stroll through the narrow streets in the Old Town to discover the blend of mosques, churches, and synagogues. Once you’ve seen a few of the sights, drive to the Chateau Mukhrani wine studio and meet your master sommelier. Listen to the sommelier tell the charismatic story of the chateau’s history while you enjoy a selection of premium white and red wines. Continue onto Shuchmann Winery next for another tasting session of fine local wines. When you’ve finished up with your tasting session, take a ride on the Funicular Tramway on Chonkadze Street and travel to the top of the mountain that overlooks the city. This famous landscaped park with a giant ferris wheel offers splendid views across Tbilisi and is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing evening walk before returning to your hotel.

Tbilisi: Mtskheta & Tbilisi Tour with Wine and Lunch

2. Tbilisi: Mtskheta & Tbilisi Tour with Wine and Lunch

Your tour will begin as you are picked up from your accommodation at 9:30AM. The tour is divided into two parts, with the first part dedicated to Mtskheta and the second part dedicated to Tbilisi. In between the 2 halves of your tour, you will also enjoy a delicious Georgian lunch. Mtskheta is just a 20-minute drive from Tbilisi, and both of the historical sights of this town are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will discover here the Jvari Monastery (a 16th-century monastery), and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (an 11th-century cathedreal). Mtskheta has always been one of the most important towns for Georgians, who have tried their best to maintain the value of the city and preserve it. After you have enjoyed visiting the old capital, you will drive back to Tbilisi. Your guide will then park your car at the starting point, before you head towards Tbilisi on a walking tour. Your walking tour will last for approximately 3-4 hours depending on how fast or slow you walk. Once you feel hungry throughout your walk, you will enter a Georgian restaurant to enjoy some typical Georgian cuisine. Your tour will eventually end in the center of the city, with your guide more than happy to take you to your accommodation or another part of town upon request.

Mtskheta, Gori Uplistsikhe Group & Private Day Tour

3. Mtskheta, Gori Uplistsikhe Group & Private Day Tour

During this tour, you will visit the ancient capital city of Georgia – the city of Mtskheta, which is just less than 12 miles (20 km) from Tbilisi. Here you will see two wonderful UNESCO heritage sites. The first being the 7th-century Jvari Monastery, where you will see a beautiful view of two rivers Mtkvari and Aragvi meeting. The second monument is the 11th-century Svetisckhoveli Cathedral which is an architectural masterpiece of Georgian Renaissance. Tbilisi, Mckheta, Gori, Uplistsikhe tour gives you a perfect opportunity to discover Central Georgia, to open its ancient landmarks, to know its history, infrastructure, and to try it special wines and Georgian snacks. During this tour you will visit the ancient capital city of Georgia – the city of Mckheta, which is not farer than 20 km from Tbilisi. Here you will see wonderful UNESCO heritage monuments like: the Jvari monastery of VII c., where the beautiful view on the confluence of two rivers Mtkvari and Aragvi are seen from, and the Svetisckhoveli cathedral of XI c – the architectural masterpiece of Georgian Renaissance. After that you will set off for the West of the country to the city of Gori – “the apple capital city” of Georgia. The city is famous for its fertility and moreover is famous as the motherland of Joseph Stalin (Jugashvili). Here we offer you an excursion in the house-museum of famous generalissimo or we after you to come to the most ancient cave city in Georgia Uplistsikhe, which was founded in II millennium B.C. Also in Uplistikhe you will have opportunity to taste 4 kinds of wine with cheese and Georgian nuts in restored historical wine cellar . This tour will bring you a lot of memorable impressions! Drive back to Tbilisi

Tbilisi: Mtskheta Region Wine Tour

4. Tbilisi: Mtskheta Region Wine Tour

Following breakfast, your guide will meet you at the reception of your hotel, at which point you will go to Mtskheta, the old capital of Georgia. Whilst there you will visit the Djvari Monastery (4th-6th century), and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century), which is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Later on, you will continue your wine tour with a wine tasting at Chateau Mukhrani, founded in 1878 by the Prince of Mukhrani, the heir of the royal family of Georgia. You will then visit Ivan Mukhranbatoni’s palace, which has a forest, park, and stable, where you will look at the vineyards and visit the ultra-modern winery. After, we will be visiting Guramishvili's Marani. You can find here the oldest item of the Georgian cultural heritage – Thadeoz Guramishvili’s wine cellar, as for Georgian “Marani”. Visitors are also able to get introduced to the Georgian culture and taste some delicious Georgian wines. This sight of Guramishvilis and St. Ilia the Righteous is one of the most essential and magnificent touristic attractions in Georgia. Return to Tbilisi, the tour is finished.

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What people are saying about Mtskheta-Mtianeti

Amazing Private Tour (5 stars for sure)!

The itinerary was well planned. The guide definitely knows his way around making sure that I got see the best spots. The lunch was a pleasant surprise traditional Georgian homemade food in a lovely restaurant. The wine tasting was awesome in a small cozy winery. The experience as a whole was amazing.