Old Tbilisi - home to diverse cultural heritage of the city. Panoramic view of Tbilisi at sunset is truly breathtaking.

Bridge of Peace - a bow-shaped pedestrian bridge over the Mtkvari River in downtown Tbilisi, capital of Georgia. Steel and glass construction illuminated at night, creates a contemporary design feature connecting Old Tbilisi with the new district.

Sighnaghi – town located in the eastern region of Georgia, Kakheti, just over an hour's drive from Tbilisi. Sighnaghi sits on a hilltop, overlooking the Alazani Valley, home to some of Georgia’s most renowned wines.

Ushguli villages – sometimes referred to as the highest village in Europe, famous for beautiful views, clean air and ancient structures, that are part of the UNESCO world heritage.

Borjomi Kharagauli National Park - with its extraordinary biological diversity, stands out amongst the national parks of western Eurasia. 25% of the world's vegetation is registered on the park territory.

Metekhi church – located on the bank of river Mtkvari, built in the 12th century. For centuries, it was a fortress and a residence to Georgian kings. In front of the Metekhi Church stands a statue of King Vakhtang Gorgasali – who is the founder of Tbilisi.

Georgian dance - celebration of life and of Georgia’s rich and diverse culture. Each dance reflects the characteristics of the region where it originated.

Kvevri - a large clay vessel used for fermentation, storage and ageing of traditional Georgian wine. Unique method of fermenting wine in kvevri is the oldest in the world, with more than 8,000 year history. 

Dartlo - village located in 5 hour’s drive from Tbilisi, known as a village museum due to its ancient and unique architecture. Dartlo is a member of the UNESCO book.

Aragvi river - takes its source on the southern slopes of the Caucasus mountains. Conflux of "White" and "Black" Aragvi rivers is one of the most breathtaking creations of nature.

Mtskheta - ancient capital of Georgia. Rich with historical monuments and ancient churches, located on the beautiful banks of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers.

Vineyards in Kakheti - for thousands of years this land, in the eastern region of Georgia, has been used for growing grapes for wine production. Vineyards here reflect the rich culture and history of Georgia.

Batumi – city located on the eastern shore of the Black Sea, is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the country and home to the famous Georgian dish, Adjarian Khachapuri. 


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