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From Tbilisi: Food and Drink Tasting with Cooking Classes

1. From Tbilisi: Food and Drink Tasting with Cooking Classes

Food and drink tasting, cooking classes at Shorena's Magic Kitchen are some of the best things you can do while in Tbilisi. Food is one of the reasons people visit Georgia. Visit Shorena in a traditional local family, where she lives with her husband and children. Shorena is from the west part of Georgia with more than 30 years of experience in cooking. She gives you cooking classes on how to make the most famous traditional dishes, Khinkali(dumplings), Khachapuri(bread with cheese), Eggplant with Walnuts, Georgian Salad, Mchadi(cornbread) and you make all of them by yourself. You will have popular Georgian cheese Sulguni, homemade dry white wine, and famous Georgian vodka Chacha. After cooking all the food with your hands, you try all of it. Meet a local family, study how to make the most famous traditional dishes from Shorena, try to eat and drink more than you can, and get the local recipe of the food is the best thing you can do in Tbilisi in 4 hours.

Tbilisi, Mtskheta & Monastery Full Day Private Trip

2. Tbilisi, Mtskheta & Monastery Full Day Private Trip

Welcome to colorful and cultural Georgia! In the morning the guide will be waiting for you in order to start a day full of precious discoveries. You will head to the Old Town to admire its unique architecture and then take a stroll through the Sharden street. From here you will take a cable car to head up to Mtatsminda park - a heavenly place that rewards you with magnificent views over the city. Later, you will get acquainted with one of the oldest cities in Georgia - Mtskheta, only a 40-minute drive from Tbilisi. Mtskheta is a small town that can easily be explored by foot. Not far from here you will visit Jvari Monastery, which is situated on the top of the mountain and overlooks the beautiful town of Mtskheta. Your next sight to be uncovered is David Gareja’s Monastery, located on a semi-desert area of Gareja in the famous winemaking Region of Kakheti. In the evening, your private transfer will give you a return lift to your hotel.

Discover Yerevan and Tbilisi: 2-Day Private Tour

3. Discover Yerevan and Tbilisi: 2-Day Private Tour

Your trip will start with a sightseeing tour of Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Your driver and guide will meet you at the lobby of your hotel and then you’ll delve into the city! Your first stop will be a visit to the Matenadaran: this is a scientific center, library and museum at the same time. Here, you’ll find ancient manuscripts which have been preserved over many centuries. Your second stop will be the History Museum of Armenia, which presents the culture and history of the Armenian people.   Next, you’ll discover the Megerian Carpet Factory, where you’ll learn the process of making Armenian carpets, and then have a traditional delicious dinner of local cuisine. In the evening you’ll have free time to explore as you like.   On your second day, you’ll be picked up at your hotel and then head to Tbilisi. Pass over the Armenian-Georgian border and land in the Georgian capital. After a short rest, your walking discovery tour will begin with an exploration of some of the treasures of Tbilisi’s Old Town. Stroll through Sharden Street, where you can take a cable car to Mtatsminda Park – a heavenly place that rewards you with magnificent views of the city. In the evening you’ll be dropped off at your hotel in Tbilisi. On the third morning, your driver will take you on a comfortable transfer back to Yerevan from your hotel in Tbilisi.

Tbilisi: Private Walking and Driving Tour of the City

4. Tbilisi: Private Walking and Driving Tour of the City

The tour begins with pickup from your hotel in a private vehicle as you set out for a day of exploration and sight seeing. Founded in the 5th century AD on the site of a mineral hot-spring, Tbilisi developed into an important political and cultural center of the Caucasus. From your knowledgeable local guide, learn about the course of the city’s history from its origins, and how religion has played a part in its development. Discover the vibrant blend of cultures across the city, particularly in the Old Town, where religions mix to create a mesmerizing skyline of mosques, synagogues and churches. Learn about how these religions coexist side by side in the city as you explore Armenian, Roman Catholic, and Georgian places of worship. Visit a selection of the city’s most iconic landmarks, and enjoy a ride up to Narikala Fortress via an aerial cable car. From the top, admire the breathtaking views across the city and it’s interesting mix of architecture. Afterwards, visit the Tbilisi History Museum, as well as Rustaveli Avenue and Freedom Square. Then drive down to Mtatsminda Funicular Lower station and take a tram to Mtatsminda Park for a relaxing evening walk.

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What people are saying about Mtatsminda Park

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Being a lover of Georgian food and trying to cook Georgian food many times (with no success) I thought I would try my first ever cooking class, this class was great! the tour guides were very nice and made us feel very comfortable and at ease during the cooking class, the food was great, and obviously so was the wine, I would highly recommend this class to anyone looking to learn how to cook Georgian food,

Well organized trip to local family, with super friendly guide who actually became a friend of us in the process :) Plus our food tasted great and the process of making it was designed in a fun way