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TBILISI 3 DAYS & BORJOMI 2 DAYS

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TBILISI

Located on the cross roads of Europe and Asia Tbilisi is a year round destination offering its guests uniqueness of attractions and cultural as well as architectural diversity. Best place to feel the real spirit of the city is its old part. Relaxed and welcoming with its wooden houses, old churches, charming cafés and shops, narrow, cobbled streets and sulfur bath houses, the capital has retained this mood for centuries.

SIGHTS TO SEE:

DAY 1

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Rike Park

Rike Park is a public recreation area of the city, popular with families especially in summer. It sits on the left bank of the Mtkvari River, under the gaze of the Presidential Palace. The park is easy to access from the Old City via the glass and steel pedestrian Peace Bridge.

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Narikala Fortress

Narikala Fortress overlooking the old part of the city and the banks of the Mtkvari River stands proudly on a hill as a sentinel of Tbilisi. Climb up on the fortress or ride a cable car to enjoy panoramic views over the old city.

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Sulfur Baths

Fed by naturally hot mineral waters the sulfur baths have been an essential part of life in Tbilisi for centuries. The brick-domed underground baths were built in the 17th century and produce 3 million liters of water every day. To make your visit complete, make sure to have the invigorating massage. High in sulfur and other minerals, with a constant temperature of 38oC to 40oC, the water have long been used as a therapeutic aid for a range of illnesses including skin conditions and arthritis.

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Legvtakhevi Waterfall

It is hard to imagine that next to the bustling Old part of Tbilisi, within just several meters from the Sulfur Baths houses you can discover Legvakhevi gorge free from city noise, nice place to relax. Only noise you can hear in the gorge is sound of waterfall flowing from over 20 miters height making the gorge cool and pleasant especially during summer days.

DAY 2

Departure to Borjomi

Borjomi – one of the most well-known balneo-climatic health resorts with exceptionally diverse nature and unique mineral water is located in Samtskhe-Javakheti region. Medicinal properties of these springs were recognized since ancient times. The water is sourced from a 1,500 year old volcanic spring. On its journey upwards, the rocks of the Caucasian mountains enrich the water with over 60 different mineral compounds. Drinking it helps to cleanse the body from toxins and reinforce the immune system.

DAY 2 - 3 Hotel Options in Borjomi

Accommodation at the Crowne Plaza

The Crowne Plaza Borjomi is situated in the heart of Borjomi, a picturesque Georgian spa and resort town. The 101 room hotel is very conveniently situated just a few minutes’ walk from the entrance to the famous Park of Borjomi, very well placed to welcome both leisure and corporate travellers and represents a haven for those looking to relax, rejuvenate or have a quiet meeting. The architecture of the building outside ideally fits the surroundings and blends in with the nature around it. Modern guest rooms with many of an unusual shape and different size, terrace café, two restaurants, Club Lounge and the Gym are nicely combined with the exclusive Wellness & Spa Centre. For the youngest guests, hotel has two floor playroom and dedicated kids menu.

Accommodation at the Rixos Borjomi

Rixos Hotel Borjomi with its special 5* Deluxe facilities and a well-equipped Health Centers is located in Likani, 170 km from Tbilisi. The hotel offers outstanding comfort to its guests in 151 contemporarily styled rooms, each with an amazing view overlooking peaceful and stunning mountains covered by coniferous trees. Except the Health Center facilities, Rixos Hotel Borjomi is pampering its guests with SPA Massage services, Turkish Hammam, Saunas and state of the art Fitness Room, Rixy club, and the water dome with its free flow of natural Borjomi mineral water. A lot of historical places found around the hotel, cultural events, variety of seasonal sports activities give guests the opportunity to stay active on holiday.

Activities available at the Rixos Borjomi

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Horse Back Riding

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Rafting

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Bubble Football

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Fun Games with Animator & DJ

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Archery

DAY 3

Rabati Castle

Built in the 9th century Rabati castle in Akhaltsikhe is located on a hill and proudly overlooks the town. The Castle is one of the most important touristic attractions not only in the region but also in the whole country. Within the complex you can found historical museum, faces, shops, hotel, tourist information center, etc.

VARDZIA

The cave town of Vardzia cut into steep cliffs above the Mtkvari River valley, climbs up thirteen stories. Containing around 250 caves, the royal complex was founded in 13th century. The caves stretch along the cliff for some five hundred metres and presents one of the popular tourist destination.

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Vardzia Cave Town

DAY 4 Departure to Tbilisi

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Rustaveli Avenue

Rustaveli Avenue is the central avenue in Tbilisi named after the medieval Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli. It is often considered the main thoroughfare of the city due to a large number of governmental, public, cultural, and business buildings that are located along or near the avenue.

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Agmashenebeli Avenue

Newly reconstructed Agmashenebeli Avenue with its boutique cafes, wine bars and galleries offer nice atmosphere for the city guests to walk and spend time pleasantly. The avenue is a favorite place for locals and foreigners alike.

DAY 5

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Tbilisi Sea

Climbing Tbilisi’s cobblestone paths, seeing mountain ridges curve all the way to the horizon, it is almost impossible to imagine a sea somewhere nearby: but in fact there is one. Right behind the pile of black rock commonly known as Chronicles of Georgia monument lies a reservoir known as the Tbilisi Sea, opening up into a breath-taking view of both the Sea and some parts of the city. Drive around the reservoir or find some place close to shore to relax and enjoy the landscape.

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Mtatsminda Park

Mtatsminda Park is an amusement facility located on the top of the mountain of the same name. It is the highest point in Tbilisi offering various attractions such as carousels, water slides, a roller-coaster, and a big Ferris Wheel at the edge of the mountain with a splendid view over the city. You can find a fancy restaurant here and spend pleasant evening.

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Shopping

After sightseeing it is time for shopping, so here are some recommendations where to head to in order to find some international brands or stores of local designers and Georgian craftwork and souvenirs. There are two shopping malls in Tbilisi - East Point and Tbilisi Mall. A shopping gallery, Merani, can be found right on Rustaveli Avenue, and you'll also find shops and among them ones of Georgian designers sprinkled around Freedom Square and the Vake area, Rustaveli and Agmashenebeli Avenues, Kote Abkhazi and Pekini Streets.

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Georgian cuisine Cafes & restaurants

Authentic and very specific to the country, Georgian cuisine is the natural extension of a rich landscape – fed by the pure waters of the Caucasus Mountains. The cuisine offers a variety of dishes, high in herbs and spices and mix of vegetarian and meet dishes. Boutique cafes and fancy restaurants in Tbilisi and other destinations offer traditional Georgian as well as international cuisine.

PRICES & SERVICES INCLUDED


  • Transfers from/to the airport
  • Transportation per the tour program
  • Guiding service
  • Cable car and funicular fees
  • Museum tickets
  • Accommodation

Tbilisi  – 4 nights (BB)
Borjomi – 2 nights (BB)

Prices are given for double/twin rooms per pax (double occupancy)

TBILISI HOTELS

AMBASSADORI TBILISI

BILTMORE

ROOMS HOTEL TBILISI

MERCURE TBILISI OLD TOWN

HOLIDAY INN TBILISI

HOTEL COSTE

ZP PALACE

IBIS STYLE TBILISI CENTER

BORJOMI HOTELS

RIXOS BORJOMI

CROWNE PLAZA BORJOMI