2-day Group Tour to Tbilisi: Observing City Tour, Ropeway (overnight in hotel), Mtskheta, Jvari
2 days/1 night
New comfortable vehicles
Pick up from your hotel in the city center upon request
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the tour
Professional guide service
Comfortable vehicles with Wi-Fi and air conditioning
Overnight in 3* hotel
Breakfast in hotel
Traditional lunch each day
Dinner in the 1st day
Rope way tickets
*In case of single occupancy additional 9.000 AMD will be calculated
Day 1: Starting in Yerevan, the tour moves towards Tbilisi, Georgia. We will have a stopover to enjoy snacks and refreshments.
Tbilisi is wonderful and you will explore its beauty during the tour. We will start from Havlabar, a picturesque hilltop overlooking the Gour River that is known as “little Armenia on the hill”. The next stop is Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, or simply Sameba. Third-tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world, Sameba is among the biggest religious buildings by total area.
Observing tour also includes well-known landmarks, such as Meydan Square, Shardeni street, sulfur baths among others.
You will also have incredible experience of riding in the cable car that connects Rike Park on the left bank of the Mtkvari river with Narikala Fortress swinging high over the River and Old Town. Known as Mother Fortress of Tbilisi, Narikala was established in the 4th century, around the same period when Tbilisi was founded. The statue of Mother Georgia overlooks Tbilisi from the top of the hill. This 20-meter-tall symbol of Tbilisi holds a sword in one hand and a cup of wine in the other, symbolizing Georgian temperament.
After traditional Georgian lunch you will have spare time for check-in in the hotel and have a rest. We will wrap up the day with tasty Georgian dinner at the restaurant.
Day 2: The second day will start with visiting historical landmarks of Tbilisi neighborhood. Mtskheta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Inhabited since 1000 BC, Mtskheta was once the capital of the early Kingdom of Iberia. Ancient city is located on ancient trade route at the confluence of Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers.
Next to Mtskheta, on top of a hill above the Aragvi river Jvari is located. This complex contains several buildings from different periods including classic Georgian cruciform church dating from the mid-6th century. As the Asian proverb goes, it is better to see it once, than to hear about it a thousand times.
We will head back to Yerevan after having lunch and short walking tour. On our way back, a stop over in Tsovagyugh near Lake Sevan will give you time for snacks and refreshments.
Starting point: “Yerani Travel” office (2/80 Baghramyan Ave., near “Cascade” complex).
Please approach the office 15 minutes before starting the tour.
For security reasons the trip might be modified or cancelled in case of bad weather conditions.