I Day: Trasnfer from airport to the Hotel
II Day: Tbilisi – Mtskheta - Tbilisi(concert of national ballet of Georgia)
• Jvari Monastery – VI century monument, built on the eastern side of Mtskheta, close to the confluence of Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, on the top of a rocky mountain
• Svetitskhoveli – XI century monument, a place where Jesus mantle is buried.
• Metekhi Church of the St. Mary - one of the oldest among the churches built
• Rike Park – is the modern park in the center of Tbilisi. The park was opened on May 26 2010, on Independence Day of Georgia.
• Waterfall Leghvtakhevi – located of the territory of the Botanical Garden, waterfall height is 22 meter.
• Abanotubani - the bathing area is the oldest part of Tbilisi.
Mosque, Synagogue, Saint George Church-Surb Gevorg, ( Armenian Church ) Polish Roman Catholic Church, Sioni Cathedral, Patriarch Residence, Anchiskhati Church. - Tbilisi has been historically known for religious tolerance.
• Sukhishvili - The Georgian National Ballet was the first professional state dance company in Georgia. Founded by Iliko Sukhishviliand Nino Ramishvili in 1945, it was initially named as the Georgian State Dance Company. Thanks to this company the Georgian national dancing and music has become known in many parts of the world.
III Day: Sighnaghi – Bodbe - Tsinandali – Tbilisi
• Sighnaghi - “The City of Love”, overlooks the Allazani valley and opens to visitors the magnificent view of the Great Caucasus mountains.
• Bodbe - The Monastery of Nino and Kakheti Episcopal center. This is the place where
St. Nino died and was buried. St. Nino preached Christianity in Georgia. ( IVth)
• Tsinandali - a village in Kakheti, noted for the estate and its historic winery which once belonged to the 19th-century aristocratic poet Alexander Chavchavadze (1786–1846).