Seven Days Tour in Georgia
$225 – $335
Georgia Tour Package Day 1: Pick up from airport and drop off, checked in hotel/apartment
1-Gudauri Ski Resort tours
6-Paragliding / Cable Car
City Tours Tbilisi
1-Mother of Georgia statue kartlis deda
2-Sulpher baths places
3-Museum of Illusions
5-I Love Tbilisi & Waterfall
6-Tbilisi city cable car
2-St. Stephan’s Church
3-Sighnagi City old Walls
4-Museum of History and Ethnography
5-The Doctor at Donkey
6-wine factory tour (Optional)
2-River Floria down two water
3-Mskheta city (Old Capital of Georgia)
4-Gori city, Stalin museum
1-Bakuriani ski Resort tours
2-Borjomi Water park
3-Borjomi hill station
Last day of Georgia Tour Package: Local market Shopping and drop off airport
***Child Under 7 is Free
Seven Days Tour in Georgia
7 days 6 nights
- Travel Insurance
- Airport Pickup and Drop off
- 3 Star Hotel/Apartment in Tbilisi with Daily Breakfast
- Private Transportation
- Tour guide
- Mineral water during tours
Georgia Visit: Best Things You May Do
Georgia offers several cool things that you can do. If you plan on visiting this country in Europe or are already there, these are some of the best things you can do in Georgia to while away your time. By visiting these places, you are sure to have a blast and an overall great experience.
Take a trip to Mtshketa in Georgia
Any tourist who has been to Georgia will tell you that a visit to Mtshketa, which is situated at just 30-minute drive from Tbilisi’s center, is undeniably one of the better things to do in Georgia. Constructed on the Aragvi river confluence, it was the capital of the old Georgian kingdom from the fifth century BC to the fifth century AD. Right now, the place is a UNESCO heritage site and draws tons of tourists every day. You can begin your visit from the Jvari monastery, which provides fantastic views over the town. If you like sightseeing, you find these views ideal and then some!
Another thing you can do in Mtshketa is to visit the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral which happens to be one of the most crucial churches in Georgian Orthodoxy. It is popular for its great frescoes and for serving as the burial place of what is considered to be the mantle of Christ.
Explore Dry Bridge Market
Another great thing you can do while in Georgia is to explore the dry bridge market. The Dry Bridge Market is a cool flea market that is situated in the center of the capital of Georgia, which will surely appeal to you if you are an antique lover. You are sure to be fascinated by the wide and bright assortment of jewelry, antiques, Soviet-era books, and the rich Georgian literature, cutlery, posters, and much more.
Some of these things are local, and a few were made in the USSR. This particular market got its unique name owing to the small bridge that directly leads to it. The bridge happens to pass over a road where there was a river just a couple of decades ago.
Overall, the Dry Bridge market in Georgia is a must-visit place if you like to browse antiques and have a fun time shopping!
Uplistsikhe Cave Town
The Uplistsikhe Cave Town is a popular place in Georgia that many tourists visit. You can navigate the ancient Silk Route and swing by this Uplistsikhe Cave Town, which is the oldest cave city in the country. Here, you will find an ancient theatre, dwellings, and church directly hewn out of the rocky hillside. It features elaborate labyrinths of caves and tunnels that you can explore and a river passing under a rock and a church. Overall, the place is so great that it looks more like a modern theme park attraction rather than a historical one!
When you drive to Uplistsikhe pass via Gori, be sure to make a stop at the Stalin Museum which is another fascinating place you might want to check out!
Adult, above 12, Child, under 12