Georgia tour: Arrival to Tbilisi, Lunch, observing city tour and free evening in Tbilisi (overnight), Jvari Monastery, Château Mukhrani winery, Lunch and Khinkali master class, Mtskheta, back to Yerevan

Hotel & lunches included

Arrival to Tbilisi, Lunch, observing city tour and free evening in Tbilisi (overnight)

1. Tbilisi
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The capital of Georgia – Tbilisi, is located at the distance of 290 km north from Yerevan. The abundant vein of the layout of this city is Kura river, which, together with its flow, perfectly merges with the rhythm of the city. Tbilisi is always filled with vivid colors and happy mood. The city is rich with numerous historical-cultural monuments.
The tour starts with narrow streets, preserved from the early medieval region of Narikala, and ends with spacious Rustaveli Avenue. The modern shape of Tbilisi is a bright mixture of majestic cathedrals and ancient ruined castles, old neighborhoods and picturesque courtyards with openwork balconies, soviet buildings and ultramodern business centers, the contrast of which can be better seen from bird's-eye view by taking a cable car.
Overnight stay
4* hotel in Tbilisi

Jvari Monastery, Château Mukhrani winery, underground cellars & vineyards, Lunch and Khinkali master class, Mtskheta, back to Yerevan

1. Jvari Monastery
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Jvari Monastery
As a part of Mtskheta city, Jvari (Holy Cross) monastery is as well included in the List of UNESCO's monuments. It was built in the first half of the 7th century in the very same place, where the preacher of Christianity Saint Virgin Nune (Nino) erected a cross. The scenery is described in Lermontov's poem "Mtsyri". The monastery is located on a steep cliff of 150 m high above the surrounding area. A wonderful view opens from here to Mtskheta city – to the mix-point of Kura and Aragvi rivers. Jvari monastery is a building with a square-formed cross plan, its edges are decorated with semicircular absids. The monastery ends up with a drum, having 8 round altars. The building was restored in 2007.
Château Mukhrani winery
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Château Mukhrani winery

Château Mukhrani is the first Georgian royal Château located in Kartli region since 1878. The guests are invited to enjoy engaging tour to learn about the traditions of Georgian winemaking, unique Kartli grape varieties grown in the own vineyards, as well as modern winemaking techniques used when crafting the finest Château Mukhrani wines. The tasting includes 2 glasses of wine from Classics’ range as well as the assortment of aged local cheeses and spring water.

2. Mtskheta
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Mtskheta, the first capital of Christian Georgia, is located at the mix-point of Kura and Aragvi rivers. Historical Monuments of Mtskheta are included in UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. According to the legend, the city was founded by Mtskhetos – the son of Kartlos, who was the eponymous ancestor of the Georgians. One of the Hripsimean nuns – Nune (Nino), who got miraculously released in times of the massacre, fled to Mtskheta to preach Christianity there. First she cured King Mirian's sick son, then Queen Nana. In the 4th century, following the advise of Nune, King Mirian built the first wooden church, in the place of which Vakhtang I Gorgasali built a basilica in the 5th century. At the beginning of the 11th century in the place of the damaged basilica the temple of Svetitskhoveli (translated as a living pillar) was built. Another church – Samtavro monastic complex, was also built by King Mirian, however, it gained its modern look during the reign of Georgi I (11th century).
3. Yerevan
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Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia, a city, which is 29 years older than Rome! It dates back to 782 BC, when the fortress of Erebuni was built by king Argishti The First. Yerevan is often referred to as "The Pink City" for many buildings are made of pink tuff stone. The capital city is a major tourist destination thanks to its numerous landmarks, extensive nightlife, great museums and lovely parks.


  • Professional guide: ENG + RUS consecutively
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Half board (breakfast & lunches)
  • Air-conditioned vehicles
  • Bottled water
  • Admission tickets
  • WiFi in the vehicles
  • Vehicle & passengers insurance


  • Dinner
  • Hotel drop-off after return to Yerevan