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TBILISI & BATUMI

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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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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.

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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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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.

DAY 2, 3 & 4 Flight to Batumi

Discover Batumi

Batumi is one of the most distinguished tourist destinations on the Black Sea. City’s old and modern architecture, its historical port, serene botanical garden, Seaside Boulevard, European squares and streets – not to mention its world-class hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars – make up the face of modern Georgia.

DAY 2

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Piazza Square

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Europe Square

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Statue of Ali & Nino

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Miracle Park

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Batumi Boulevard

DAY 3

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Makhuntseti waterfall & the bridge

Makhuntseti waterfall is located within 30 minutre drive from batumi, at 335 meters above sea level. Near the waterfall several picnic sites are available for visitors. While visiting the waterfall it is also possible to visit nearby tourist attractions, including the ancient arched stone Makhuntseti Bridge, Adjarian wine houses, and etc.

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Gonio fortress

Gonio fortress is a Roman fortification 15 km south of Batumi. The oldest reference of the fortress appears in the1st century AD. According to ancient historians in the 2nd century AD it was a well-fortified Roman city within the Kingdom of Cholchis. The town was also known for its theatre and hippodrome. Nowadays the site is one of the main tourist destinations in the region attracting lots of international and domestic tourists.

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Cable Car Ride

Don’t miss Batumi’s one of the most popular attractions – cable car ride to enjoy the spectacular views over the Black Sea, city and its surroundings

DAY 4 Departure and overnight in Tbilisi

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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 – 3 nights (BB)
Batumi – 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

BATUMI HOTELS

SHERATON BATUMI

RADISSON BLU BATUMI

HILTON BATUMI