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From Tbilisi: Guided UNESCO Site Tours at Jvari and Mtskheta

1. From Tbilisi: Guided UNESCO Site Tours at Jvari and Mtskheta

Experience a truly unforgettable half-day excursion with this unique tour of Jvari Monastery and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. With a knowledgeable guide to teach you about the history behind each church, your day will be filled with culture, beauty, and adventure. Both churches are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so you will be sure to have an unforgettable experience. Take advantage of this incredible opportunity and get a chance to explore two of Georgia's greatest treasures. Immerse yourself in history and beauty while exploring these incredible churches in comfort with air-conditioned vehicles. During your free time in Mtskheta, you have a chance to have homemade wine and sweets tasting, Buy souvenirs, Take a boat trip, etc.

Tbilisi private transfer to or from Yerevan

2. Tbilisi private transfer to or from Yerevan

You will travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle according to the number of participants (car, minivan, minibus, bus), driven by a professional driver. Our friendly drivers will accompany you to your doorstep with a smile. This popular option is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is easy to book ahead. • One-way private transfer • Travel by comfortable private vehicle • Fuel surcharges and service fees included • Rates cover private groups of 1 to 3, 4 to 7 and 8 to 15 passengers • Hotel pick up and drop off While driving to/ fromTbilisi, enjoy the breathtaking view of the Armenian mountains, forests, rivers on the way to your destination.

Tbilisi: Hop-On Hop-Off Discovery Bus Tour

3. Tbilisi: Hop-On Hop-Off Discovery Bus Tour

See Tbilisi highlights in an efficient, flexible way on a hop-on-off bus tour. Choose a 24- or 48-hour ticket to suit your schedule, and then step aboard at one of the 12 stops and enjoy unobstructed views from the open-top upper deck. Listen to the audio commentary with historical and cultural information about each sight as you pass. If you stay on board the entire time, the loop takes between 1.5 hours; otherwise, you can choose to get off at any of the stops and explore further on your own. Sights include the Sulfur baths, Peace Bridge and Fortress wall, Flea market among others. You can also choose to add admission tickets to the Old capital Georgia, the Panoramic tour, boat trip, to your hop-on-off ticket, which saves time spent waiting in ticketing lines.

Tbilisi: The Urbex and Soviet Tour of Tbilisi

4. Tbilisi: The Urbex and Soviet Tour of Tbilisi

Discover the most striking examples of Socialist architecture, visit some fascinating museums off the touristic path and see how Soviet heritage is still a part of city´s infrastructure and modern life. Tbilisi still has a large number of Soviet buildings, residential and governmental, that are spread throughout the city, away from the touristic historical center. You will see some stunning examples of refurbished concrete giants, as well as decaying Brutalism, among them the former Ministry of Roads, the Skybridge houses, the Chronicle of Georgia monument and many more hidden gems. This tour is perfect for urbex lovers, photographers, modern history fans and anyone who wants to see a different, non-touristic part of Tbilisi.

Tbilisi: Private Walking Tour with Wine Tasting & Cable Car

5. Tbilisi: Private Walking Tour with Wine Tasting & Cable Car

Discover the best of Tbilisi's history, culture, and architecture on this walking tour. After getting picked up from your hotel, enjoy a stroll through the streets of the Old Town towards Metekhi Church and learn all about the history of Tbilisi's formation. In Shardeni Street, discover an open-air carpet market, visit Sioni Church and see the unique clock tower of the Rezo Gabriadze Puppet Theater. You will also discover the fascinating story behind the Anchiskhati Church and get to sample local wine.  Next, ride a panoramic cable car up to the imposing Kartlis Deda monument, from which point you can admire panoramic views of the entire city. Pay a visit to Narikala Fortress before beginning your descent down the mountain. Head to the Sulfur Baths District, stopping to admire impressive views of the Leghvtakhevi Gorge and Vakhtang Gorgasali monument along the way. Finish your walking tour with a romantic stroll along the Bridge of Love to reach a picturesque waterfall located in the center of the city. Get dropped off back at your hotel at the end of the day.

Mtskheta: Day Tour to Oldest City in Georgia

6. Mtskheta: Day Tour to Oldest City in Georgia

Visit Mtskheta, one of oldest cities of Georgia near Tbilisi. Mtskheta was the capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. Here Georgians accepted Christianity in 317 and, today, Mtskheta remains the headquarters of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church. Experience Jvari Monastery, a Georgian Orthodox monastery of the 6th century near Mtskheta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The name is translated as the "Monastery of Cross." The great church represents the peak of architectural typology. It is a true architectural masterpiece overlooking the confluence of Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers from the top of the hill. Next, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. Built in the 11th century, the site itself is even older and dates back to the early 4th century. It differs in its artistic value, magnificence, harmony and the special role it has played in the history. The monument has an elongated cross which appears to touch the sky. It was the main pilgrimage place on the Silk Road, the burial place of Christ's robe and the tomb place of Georgian Kings. The cathedral is the second largest church building in Georgia and is listed as a UNSECO World Heritage Site along with other historical monuments of Mtskheta. Discover Samtavro Monastery complex, built in the 11th century. It contains the grave of Queen Nana and Mirian III and the King of Iberia, who established Christianity as an official religion in Georgia. The famous Georgian monk Gabrieli is buried inside the Samtavro church as well. Don't forget to stop by Wine Degustation, where you can taste and buy Georgian wine!

From Tbilisi: Kazbegi Tour

7. From Tbilisi: Kazbegi Tour

A full-day tour of the Georgian mountains, visiting the Ananuri Fortress, the Gudauri Ski Resort, and the Gergeti Trinity Church. Enjoy stunning views of the Caucasus Mountains and learn about the rich history and culture of the region. The tour starts in Tbilisi and travels north along the Georgian Military Highway. The first stop is the Ananuri Fortress, a 17th-century fortress that sits on the shores of the Zhinvali Reservoir. The fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The next stop is the Gudauri Ski Resort, one of the most popular ski resorts in Georgia. The resort is located at an altitude of 2,200 meters and offers stunning views of the Caucasus Mountains. In the summer, the resort is a popular destination for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities. The final stop is the Gergeti Trinity Church, a 14th-century church that is located at an altitude of 2,170 meters. The church is perched on a cliff overlooking the valley and offers stunning views of Mount Kazbek. The tour is suitable for all levels of fitness and is a great way to experience the best of the Georgian mountains. Here are some additional details about the tour: Duration: 1 day Starting point: Tbilisi Transportation: Private transportation Guide: English-speaking guide Inclusions: Transportation, guide, entrance fees to Ananuri Fortress and Gergeti Trinity Church Exclusions: Personal expenses, activities that are not included in the tour itinerary, meals

Tbilisi's Brutalist Reality

8. Tbilisi's Brutalist Reality

Meet your guide either at your hotel or a central location that is convenient for you and embark on your walking tour. Head to the Ministry of Highways of the Georgian SSR, which is a unique monument of Brutalist architecture. Then visit Georgian Stonehenge, a giant monumental building on the shores of the Tbilisi Sea. The Nutsubidze skybridge was built in the last century. What is its uniqueness? The three apartment blocks are connected by a bridge that goes through them. From the sky bridge, you can also see a nice view of the residential parts of Tbilisi. Then visit the so-called suicide bridge. The bridge is located above the river Vera and City Hall tries to decorate it but the story does not change. You will have the opportunity to ride in the old cable car. Next, explore the Former Museum of Archeology and its underground, which is now an abandoned building.

From Tbilisi: Private Northern Armenia Highlights Tour

9. From Tbilisi: Private Northern Armenia Highlights Tour

Welcome to the Northern Armenia Highlights Tour, the ultimate way to explore the rich culture and history of Armenia. This one-day tour from Tbilisi, Georgia, takes you on a thrilling journey across the border, where you'll discover the natural beauty of Armenia and its architectural gems. Embark on a comfortable ride from Tbilisi to the Georgian-Armenian border and experience crossing the border between the two countries. After crossing the border we will make a short stop at a local shop to exchange money and buy some local products, so you can fully immerse yourself in the local culture. Our first stop is the breathtaking Akhtala Monastery, a 10th-century architectural masterpiece that boasts intricate frescoes and medieval sculptures. Next, we'll visit the UNESCO-listed Haghpat and Sanahin Monasteries, two of the most stunning examples of Armenian medieval architecture. Take in the stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes and marvel at the intricate carvings and unique architectural details of these masterpieces. Between exploring the monasteries, we'll stop for lunch at a local Armenian restaurant, where you'll have the chance to taste delicious Armenian cuisine and learn more about the local customs and traditions. The tour also includes a stop at the Mikoyan Brothers Museum, where you'll have the chance to see and take photos with a real MIG-21. Throughout the tour, our expert guide will provide you with insights and interesting facts about the history, culture, and architecture of Armenia, making your journey even more enjoyable and enlightening. At the end of the tour, we'll drop you off at your hotel or a central location in Tbilisi. Don't miss out on the chance to experience the wonders of Armenia and book your tour today!

Dashbashi Canyon private tour: From Tbilisi

10. Dashbashi Canyon private tour: From Tbilisi

Tsalka (Dashbashi) Canyon Natural Monument is a breathtaking gorge carved by the relentless force of the Ktsia (Khrami) River, slicing through the volcanic rocks of the Dashbash volcanic plateau. This natural wonder captivates not only with its rarity but also with its astonishing biodiversity. Situated at an elevation of 1,110-1,448 meters above sea level, the canyon boasts a diverse and unique ecosystem. Adding to the allure, Tsalka (Dashbash) Canyon Natural Monument offers exhilarating activities like an amazing bicycle zipline and cool/extreme swings. In addition to exploring the 1.8 km long trail leading to the enchanting waterfall, visitors can indulge in adventurous experiences that take them soaring through the air and enjoying thrilling swings in this magnificent setting. For those who prefer a more relaxed journey, the trail provides a delightful one-hour round trip to and from the waterfall. However, if you wish to spare your feet, specially designated vehicles are at your service, ensuring convenient transportation to your desired destination.

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based on 539 reviews

A fantastic tour; that I highly recommend. We really enjoyed this tour thanks to Khatuna’s friendliness, kindness, flexibility and excellent knowledge of the city’s Soviet architecture, its associated history and culture. This is a great tour to get a glimpse into the past and present of Tbilisi, with access not only to the stunning architecture but also to the people living and working in them. The team has a real desire to show you everything there is to see and learn about Tbilisi and Georgia; great passion for what they do. Thanks for putting together this tour.

My guide was really pleasant and I have enjoyed the tour so much. I recommend it to everyone who love. architechture, brutalism and social modernism.

It was a great experience, Oki was an excellent, friendly guide, she took us through the all the landmarks and shared all the historical and cultural background.

A very nice tour that shows a less known part of the country. I was the only one going that day; that made it extra special. ;-)

Really exciting and interesting tour. Really enjoyable. Highly recommend. Have taken tonnes of pictures