Tbilisi and Gudauri Package 7 days gives you opportunity to visit beautiful, ancient towns, Tbilisi and Mtskheta and take a rest on beautiful mountain resort Gudauri. Popular mounting skiing and health resort Gudauri presents one of the picturesque winter destinations for both beginners and experienced – it is an ideal ski and snowboarding area for all. This mountain resort that is located north from Tbilisi, on the Georgian Military Highway, offers fantastic ski/snowboarding facilities and is a beloved site for snow-lovers.
The Doppelmeier takes skiers to the top (3006 m) with its three- and four -seat cabins. During skiing you may drop in at “Khada” hut (2650 m) nestled at the foot of “Kudebi” mountain (3006 m) to have a snack and enjoy drinks in a friendly atmosphere.
Situated in Tbilisi City, 7.8 km from Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Hotel Rogalux boasts a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property. Free private parking is available on site. Rooms include a TV. Some units include a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Some rooms feature views of the river or garden. Rooms come with a private bathroom fitted with a hairdryer, free toiletries and bathrobes. Extras include towels and slippers. There is a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge and gift shop at the property. Rustaveli Theatre is 7.5 km from Hotel Rogalux, while Freedom Square is 8.5 km away. The nearest airport is Tbilisi International Airport, 24 km from Hotel Rogalux.
Located just a 15-minute walk from Kalandadze Park, Asterion Palace features a fitness centre, billiards and table tennis. This property offers air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi and a free car park. The classic-style rooms feature a minibar, TV and seating area. The private bathroom is equipped with a shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. Guests can enjoy a Georgian or a European meal at the restaurant on site and have a drink at the bar. Several dining options are a short walk away. There are 4 conference halls and a 24-hour front desk on site. Asterion Palace is 9 km from Tbilisi Central Train Station and 17 km from Tbilisi Airport. Tbilisi Central Bus Station is a 5-minute walk away.
Located in central Tbilisi, this hotel offers a large terrace with excellent city views, a cosy bar with fireplace, and traditional Gerogian cuisine. Rustaveli Metro Station is 2 km away, offering good public transport connections. Vera House Mini Hotel features simply furnished, air-conditioned rooms with cable TV and fine wooden flooring. All offer a balcony and free Wi-Fi. A continental breakfast is available each morning, and is served on the Vera’s outdoor terrace in summer months. A restaurant offers light snacks, and barbecue facilities can also be enjoyed. Tbilisi Airport is 20 km from the hotel. On-site facilities include a tour desk, ticket service and gift shop. There is also a 24-hour front desk.
Located in the city centre, 200 metres from the Station of the Funicular, Astoria Tbilisi offers a terrace. 24-hour front desk, concierge service and tour desk are provided by the hotel. Free WiFi and free private parking are available on site. The rooms provide air conditioning, a balcony, fridge, electric kettle and flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Guests can dine in the hotel’s restaurant, room service and breakfasts in the room are provided upon request. Other facilities include a bar and meeting facilities. Tbilisi Funicular is 700 metres away and the Freedom Square is a 15-minute walk from the property. Tbilisi Train Station is 10 km away, and Tbilisi International Airport is 19 km from Astoria Tbilisi.
Designed for both business and leisure travel, Tbilisi Laerton Hotel is ideally situated in Tbilisi City Center; one of the city's most popular locales. The city center is merely 3.1 km away and the airport can be reached within 15 minutes. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations. Tbilisi Laerton Hotel offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. For the comfort and convenience of guests, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, gift/souvenir shop, taxi service. Hotel accommodations have been carefully appointed to the highest degree of comfort and convenience. In some of the rooms, guests can find television LCD/plasma screen, carpeting, complimentary instant coffee, complimentary tea, linens. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Tbilisi, make Tbilisi Laerton Hotel your home away from home.
Offering a terrace,fitness centre and a sauna, Gallery Palace is situated in Tbilisi, only 450 metres from Freedom Square. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Gallery Palace features free WiFi throughout the property. Air-conditioned rooms at Gallery Palace offers a private entrance, minibar and a TV. Some rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. All rooms include a private bathroom fitted with a bath or shower. For your comfort, you will find hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers. There is a 24-hour front desk and concierge service at the property. Rustaveli Theatre is 800 metres from Gallery Palace, while Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre is 1.4 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tbilisi International Airport, 17 km from the property.
Located in the historic part of Tbilisi, within a 5-minute walk of Avlabari Metro Station, Old Metekhi Hotel features free WiFi. The rooms are air-conditioned and offer a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Most rooms come with a balcony and a seating area. A continental breakfast is served every morning, and guests can dine at the restaurant Old Metekhi, which offers European and traditional Georgian cuisine. Freedom Square and Tbilisi Botanical Garden are a 15-minute walk from the property. Tbilisi Train Station is 4 km away, and Tbilisi International Airport is 15 km from Old Metekhi Hotel. Shuttle services are provided upon request.
Georgia is the motherland of wine!
Along all of its territory, you will find a winery. Despite of the size it is always enough to serve to the thousand of guests. And the number of wineries in the East region of the country Kakheti where they still keep the ancient traditions of wine making is more than huge! You will have an opportunity to visit several wineries within one day. You will also have a chance to try unique Georgian wines and see the beauty of East Georgia and know its history.
In the morning, you will set off to the very East of Georgia to the lovely city of Sighnaghi. The most romantic city of Georgia is famous for its old Georgian architectural style, amazing views on Alazani valley and also the longest castle wall in Georgia. Having a stroll along narrow streets of the city you will visit the winery of “Pheasant Tears”. Here they will offer you the best traditional Georgian organic wines. After that you will go down to Alazani valley and reach the wine village Velistsikhe, visit 300 year old wine cellar Numisi. You can have lunch in Velistsikhe (our guide will advise you best places). Continue the tour visiting unique winery of Khareba – the wine tunnel in the rock. Here you can see the difference in European style wine making and traditional Georgian wine making and taste best wines produced by Khareba Winey. After that you will visit Alaverdi Monastery and Matsoni House. The monastery was founded by the Assyrian monk Joseph (Yoseb, Amba) Alaverdeli in VI century. Matsoni is a type of yogurt, pure Georgian traditional one. You will taste different kinds of that yogurt, which will make you surprise by its different and marvelous taste.
In the evening, you will come back to Tbilisi.
We will travel to the extremely different region of Georgia – Javakheti; South part of the country, close to the Armenian border. Region is absolutely divergent by climate and landscape, situated on about 2 000 Meter above the sea level, it is huge volcanic plateau crowned with Great Abuli mountain (3 301 m). Vast plains and grazing fields, with very few woods around, make significant difference from the other parts of Georgia, which causes coldest and harshest winter season climate conditions in the country. Always windy and sparsely populated, with almost no traffic on the local roads, terrain looks quite mystical and wondering, transiting visitors to somewhat magic world. Javakheti lakes are the perfect place for bird watching; these lakes are popular places for migratory birds in autumn. In some villages it’s very usual to see White Storks’ big nests on the power poles and house rooftops. During the tour you visit: The Dashbashi Canyon, which is several kilometers away from the town of Tsalka. The Dashbashi Canyon is one of the most beautiful but not famous natural landmarks in the country. The height of the canyon is 1100-1500 meters and the length is 8 km. There are lot of waterfalls of different shape and subterranean water. After that, you will visit Village Phoka along shoreline of Paravani lake, altitude 2 080m. The lake is the biggest one in the country. In the village you visit Phoka St. Nino Convent. The Monastery is named after St. Nino, who entered the country through this region, arrived in the town of Mtskheta, then Capital of Georgia, preached Gospel and converted Georgians from paganism to Christianity in 4th century.
You can have lunch at Phoka St.Nino Convent. Taste delicious Georgian dishes at Phoka St.Nino Convent, cooked from organic products by sisters in nunnery.
Saghamo Lake – literally the name means Evening. Close to the lake is located village Sagamo. The lake is of tectonic origin, completely freezing in winter time. Khanchali Lake – unique lake because of its depth, which is only 0.8 m. One of the best places for birds, it is warmer than other lakes and lots of birds are nesting around here, finding food is extremely easy for them in such a shallow water. During warm seasons lots of migratory birds find here temporary feeding station.
After breakfast, our guide will meet you on reception of the hotel and we go to Mtskheta, the old capital of Georgia (3000 years old). We will visit the monastery Djvari (4-6 century), Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century). Svetitskhoveli is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Later we continue our wine tour and wine tasting at Chateau Mukhrani, founded in 1878 by the Prince of Mukhrani, heir of the royal family of Georgia. We will visit Ivan Mukhranbatoni’s palace, a forest – park stable and look at the vineyards and visit the ultra-modern winery.
Today we will be visiting Iago’s winery in the central region of Kartli, village Chardakhi, where you will be able to taste this vintner’s superb rare wines and have a lunch.
In the evening, we will enjoy natural wines at Vino Underground wine bar where wine-makers will be pleased to introduce their wines & share own stories about wine making.
After a breakfast, our guide will meet you at the reception of your hotel. We will visit the ancient capital and the religious centre of Georgia – Mtskheta (3000 years old) and see its historical sites: Jvari monastery (6th century) and Svetitskhoveli cathedral (11th century), where it is said, Christ’s shroud is buried. Both Jvari and Svetitskhoveli are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Then we visit the ancient ruins of the city and drive north towards the Northern Caucasus along the well-known Georgian Military Road. On the way we visit Ananuri – a 17th century architectural complex. An exciting drive from Gudauri along the Terek River will take us to Kazbegi – the main town in the region. From Kazbegidrive with 4 WD vehicles through beautiful valleys and woods brings us to Gergeti Trinity church located at 2170m. and in good weather you can see for a moment one of the highest glaciers in the Caucasus – the mountain Kazbegi (5047m). We go back to the Tbilisi.
This tour gives you the unique opportunity to visit famous Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theater and take an inside look at iconic building founded in 1851. The local guide will provide informational commentary about the history and modern life of the theater. On specific days you will be able to exclusively attend world famous artists rehearsals in the opera or ballet studio. Our guide will meet you on reception in your hotel. We begin our tour from the Old Town and the New City of Tbilisi. The city offers a wide variety of sights, most of them very ancient. Starting at the church of Metekhi, we walk to the brick domes of sulfur baths and then on to spectacularly located Narikala fortress – one of the oldest fortresses in Georgia, overlooking Mtkvari river gorge. After that we visit the synagogue, Sioni and Anchiskhati churches, which mark the end of the Old Town. After we walk along Rustaveli Avenue – the main street in Tbilisi and visit the famous Georgian National Opera and Ballet Theater. Founded in 1851, Tbilisi Opera is the main opera house of Georgia and one of the oldest such establishments in Eastern Europe. During the visit, we will have an opportunity to watch the dancers and coaches of State Ballet in the rehearsal studio lead by the one of the mostly well-known prima ballerina of modern times and artistic director of the State Ballet of Georgia – Nina Ananiashvili. The local guide will provide informational commentary about the history of Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theater, most famous Georgian mega stars, modern choreography and dancers.
Tbilisi sightseeing tour – Our guide will meet you on reception of the hotel. The city offers a wide variety of sights, most of them very ancient. Starting at the church of Metekhi, we walk to the brick domes of sulfur baths and then on to spectacularly located Narikala’s fortress – one of the oldest fortresses in Georgia, overlooking Mtkvari river gorge. After that we visit the synagogue, and the Sioni and Anchiskhati churches, which mark the end of the Old Town. After we visit the treasury of the National Museum of Georgia (Georgian Archaeology from 8th millennium B.C.), walking along Rustaveli Avenue – the main street in Tbilisi and visit the treasury of the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts. (The treasury preserves and presents works from the Bronze Age, Antic-Hellenistic, and medieval periods, as well as significant modern artifacts up through the 20th century). Visit the holy trinity cathedral, the third biggest church in the world.
Tbilisi to Mtskheta tour offers you a fascinating promenade in two capital cities of Georgia – Tbilisi and Mtskheta. Within one day you will visit two cities that are in 20 km distance from each other and see the whole variety and beauty of them. Tbilisi is the largest city of the country and was founded in V c A.D. It is located along Mtkvari river mouth. It is diverse with the culture, styles, and traditions. And Mtskheta is a small city, a spiritual center of the country, “Second Jerusalem” and the place where two rivers – Aragvi and Mtkvari – merge. You will see the ancient historical monuments, have a stroll on the brick streets, and will have the opportunity to watch the lifestyle of the local citizens.
After a breakfast, our guide will meet you in the hotel reception.
In the morning you will have a stroll in Tbilisi city. During it you will visit:
- Metekhi Church of Virgin Mary of XIII c. recently there was a king’s palace on that place.
- The Narikala Castle of IV c, which was the important outpost of the city.
- The sulfur bathes which are located of the natural hot sulfur springs. The visit card of Tbilisi within centuries.
- Meidan Square which was an active market place in Great Silk Road period.
- Jean Chardin Street. The street was named after the famous French traveler and now it is the most popular place of the citizens and tourist where they can have a rest in bars and restaurants.
- The Tamada (toastmaster) monument. The bronze monument of the Georgian host of the event who is an important person in every Georgian party.
- Sioni Cathedral – one of the most beautiful churches in Georgia of VI c where the Saint Nino’s cross is being kept.
- Anchiskhati Church – the most ancient church in Tbilisi where the Anchi icon was being kept.
- Rezo Gabriadze square. Here there is a famous Gabriadze marionette theater and the most fabulous tower.
After that, you will set off to Mtskheta city, here you will visit:
- Jvari monastery of VII c – the unique historical monument that is taken in the UNESCO heritage list.
- Svetisckhoveli cathedral of XI c – a beautiful master-piece of Georgian Renaissance. Here there is kept the Robe of Jesus Christ which had been brought from Jerusalem in I c.
- Samtavro monastery of XI c – the place where Saint Nino used to live when she reached the ancient capital city.
- You can taste Georgian cuisine at the best local restaurant (our guide will advise).
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 dishes. 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. In 20 minutes after you will come to the most ancient cave city in Georgia – Uplistsikhe which was founded in II millennium B.C. Here you will have a perfect promenade in the caves and see how people used to stay in here in the very ancient times. In 15 minutes way from the cave-city there is a beautiful church – Atenis Sioni of VII c. The church is famous due to its unique frescoes. This tour will bring you a lot of memorable impressions! Furthermore after the tour we offer you lunch and wine tasting in the best wineries of Central Georgia which you can choose by your own: Iago’s Winery – small but very comfortable wine boutique that is famous for its rare wines and perfect atmosphere. Nika Vacheishvili winery – the place with beautiful views and placement in the mountains of Central Georgia.
Since opening in 1981, The Gabriadze Theater with its unique building and magnificent tower immediately become essential part of Tbilisi. Here you can enjoy the picturesque architecture, amazing puppet show or simply have a pleasant time in cafe Gabriadze. Our guide will meet you on the reception of your hotel. We start Tbilisi sightseeing tour – the Old Town. The city offers a wide variety of sights, most of them very ancient. Starting at the church of Metekhi, we walk to the brick domes of sulfur baths and then on to spectacularly located Narikala fortress – one of the oldest fortresses in Georgia, overlooking Mtkvari river gorge. After that we visit the synagogue, and the Sioni and Anchiskhati churches, which mark the end of the Old Town. Right next to the VI century Anchiskhati church we will have lunch break in Cafe Gabriadze unique and cozy atmosphere. After the light lunch, later in the evening we will visit The Gabriadze Puppet Theatre to attend marvelous performance. Though modest in size, The Gabriadze Theatre is among the world’s preeminent cultural institutions. Presenting mature puppet performances full of depth and meaning, it has gained the respect and recognition of international audiences and critics alike. Based in its home theater in Tbilisi, Georgia, the company is under the direction of a noted artist, writer, and director Rezo Gabriadze (whose awards include Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters of the French Republic – France’s highest recognition for cultural achievements.) The Gabriadze Theatre has toured extensively, its recent venues including: Lincoln Center Festival in New York; The Edinburgh Festival; Bogota Theater Festival; San Sebastian Festival, Spain; Toronto World Stage Festival; The Barbican Center, London; Theater de la Ville, Paris; The Kennedy Center Festival, Washington, D.C.; the Theatre Art Studio in Moscow.