Thursday, 21 Jan, 2021
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Two Capitals - Tbilisi and Mtskheta
Duration: 1 Day
Company: Caucasus Travel
Adress: 44/II K. Abkhazi St.
Tel: +995 (32) 298 74 00
Fax: +995 (32) 298 73 99
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About Tour:
Major Highlights:
- Metechi church (12th-13th cc);
- The Sulphur Baths;
- Sioni Cathedral (6th - 7th cc);
- Narikala Fortress (4th - 16th cc);
- Anchiskhati Church and bell tower (6th - 7th cc);
- Mamadaviti (Father David's) monastery;
- Georgian Fine Arts Museum;
- State Museum of Georgia;
- Ethnographical museum under open air;
- Jvari Monastery (6th - 7th cc);
- Svetitskhoveli (11th c).

Note: Tbilisi - is a capital of Georgia founded in the 5th c by King Gorgasali - Here myth and history, culture and traditions, diverse nature and hospitable people, all intermingle with one another, inspired poetry, polyphonic songs and elegant dancing. Today Tbilisi is a modern city with well-known museums and theatres, art galleries, churches and archaeological excavations, Sulphur bathhouses, narrow streets with inner courts, surrounded with balconies decorated with laces, which overhang over abysses.

Mtskheta - standing at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers, one of the oldest towns in Georgia, Mtskheta has been populated since the second millennium BC. It was the capital of the Eastern Georgian kingdom of Iberia from the third century BC. It is thought that the name "Mtskheta" comes from the name for the - father of all Georgians, the son of Kartlos "Mtskhetos". Mtskheta is designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Prices include:
- Inland transportation by car (1-2 pax) or minibus (3-9 pax.);
- Lunch;
- Bottle of mineral water;
- Cultural tours Guide (English, German, French, Russian speaking upon request);
Prices exclude:
Entrance fees