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You probably have already heard of Georgian Cuisine, but no worries if you haven’t, you’re in for a huge treat!
In Georgia, we make food that tastes like it’s sent from heaven, straight to Georgia, with no stops. With a note that says: “From all the gods above”.
Food, that makes your taste buds cry from happiness. Food, that makes you want to stay here forever, and then eat for rest of your life.
Pick-up from the airport and your adventure begins!
On our way we'll visit Georgian Historical Chronicle ( Stonehenge Tbilisi). Then you'll check in the hotel. After a short rest, we walk down the main street ''Rustaveli'' - main street of Tbilisi that tourists love so much.
After our little journey, of course it’s time for dinner - Georgian Feast!
Georgian culture’s main element is well known Georgian feast, with all kinds of delicious, mouth-watering Georgian food, wine sent from gods above, famous folk songs, dances, and the friendliest and hospitable Georgians surrounding you. These people surely know how to have fun and create a truly unforgettable experience for you.
Overnight - Tbilisi
Explore wonderful places of Georgia and taste even more mouthwatering dishes!
10:00 Trip toMtskheta.
Few words on Mtskheta : While in Georgia, Mtskheta is a place that never, ever should be neglected. This tiny city is built on the meeting point of two rivers. This fact, along with Mtskheta’s mesmerizing nature, phenomenal architecture and overall atmosphere is what makes the city so, unexceptionally beautiful. Mtskheta is extremely old city – it’s the place where Christianity was proclaimed as the official religion of Georgia, in the year of 337 - so, accordingly, Mtskheta is perhaps most famous for its old Christian Orthodox churches. We'll visit Jvari Monastrey, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and Samtavro Monastery that are 3 most important churches of Mtskheta and UNESCO world heritage sites.
After that we, will travel to Gori. In Gori, there is a very interesting place to visit:
Have you ever wondered what life of world’s greatest leader was like, the life of a man who transformed the Soviet Union from a peasant society into an industrial and military superpower? - Here’s your opportunity to take a look at, and experience life of a Soviet revolutionary and political leader, Joseph Stalin, or also known as Joseph Jughashvili, who was born in Georgia.
Uplistsikhe, which translates to 'Fortress of the Lord', is an ancient rock-hewn town which played a significant role in Georgian history over a period of approximately 3,000 years.
"Architecture Design" magazine presented the readers the 115 wonders, places p distinguished by landscape, culture and aesthetic characteristics.
The world's 115 fairy-tale settlements are from all over the world. The list includes the oldest, beautiful, Georgian, cave town historical town - Uplistsikhe.
14:00 Ateni Valley /or similar/ is the place we’ll visit for dlunch and master classes.
Khachapuri is one of the most famous Georgian dish.
Who doesn’t love cheese, and who doesn’t love pastry?! What about combination of these two? Tastiest Georgian cheese is wrapped up in a delicious pastry and then baked. The easy result is Khachapuri, everyone’s favorite. Khachapuri comes in all sizes, shapes and forms. Crunchy, with extra cheese on top, with buttered pastry, crispy, soft, etc. In Georgia, they have their own names according to Georgian Regions. Imerian, Megrelian, Adjarian, etc. In fact, you probably have heard about last one, Adjarian Khachapuri, AKA cheese boat.
18:00 Back to Tbilisi
11:00 Trip to Kakheti.
You will see the most beautiful spots of Georgia. Imagine Alazani valley surrounded by the snowy Caucasus mountains, gorgeous nature surrounding you from all sides!
Sighnaghi is considered to be the city of love, where one can tie the knot any time of the day and night. Romantic atmosphere of the city, lots of cozy restaurants and hotels, beautiful landscapes and seclusion of the city make it attractive for visitors, family picnics and simply relaxing holiday away from hectic megapolises.
13:00 Lunch. We will also taste and take part in cooking Khinkali, AKA Georgian dumpling - N1 food in Georgia, without a doubt. Seasoned meat with different kinds of herbs wrapped up in a dough and boiled. Once you bite into it, the strong flavor and pleasure just hits you right away. Combination of appetizing meat, dough and hot liquid inside will make you feel like heaven is real, and it’s in Georgia. The liquid, or the sauce, forms inside a dumpling after it’s cooked in a water. Try not to spill it, ‘cause it’s the best part!
Life is too little to eat boring food and honestly, Khinkali is one of the least boring food that exists on the whole, entire planet! One of tourists’ all time favorite.
Nekresi monastery is noted for having withstood the expansion of Zoroastrianism in Georgia. The bishop of the monastery, Abibos Nekreseli, was sentenced to death after pouring water on the Zoroaster fire to show it should not be worshiped as sacred. Nekreseli was canonized for his martyrdom.
Back to Tbilisi
Overnight Tbilisi hotel
10:00 After delicious breakfast you will check out the hotel. While in Tbilisi, you should definitely visit the most well-known and popular tourist attraction in the city – “Meidan”. This place sweeps you off from your feet and throws you back to the middle ages, while being in the present at the same time. This is one of the oldest parts of the city, colorful, old houses from medieval ages, narrow cobblestone streets with cute cafes and shops all around make you want to stay there forever and explore every little detail of the new world you’ve just teleported into!
Narikala castle is another Gem of Tbilisi. The castle dates back as far as 4th century. The stunning castle overlooks river “mtkvari”, colorful, old houses and lovely streets of Tbilisi. The famous Gogirdi Thermal Spas are located in one of the oldest part of the city, “Abanotubani”. The place itself is very interesting with its history and sightseeing. Cute shops for tourists are also all around!
Lunch, Transfer to Tbilisi Airport
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