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Georgia is a country of striking contrasts straddling across Europe and Asia emitting variegated vibes that shows itself from its intriguing tumultuous history across time. Tucked between Russia and Turkey, this country has more to offer than any central European city. Spectacular cascasding old town by the city borders, age old civilisations, enrapturing landscapes, its own mix of unique culture and of course amazing cuisines to die for, Georgia today has swiftly managed to become of the hot selling destinations.
Let’s see what travellers can expect in their Georgia Holiday Packages.
Tbilisi- Traditional and modern, serene and vivacious, humble yet flamboyant, in a nutshell a must inclusion in Georgia Holiday Packages. It is the perfect starting point to your Georgia expedition. Enjoy the sulphur baths right in the middle of the old town, visit the old trinity cathedral, Mtatsminda park, cable car ride to the Georgia statue.
The Causcasus mountains- Enjoy the most beautiful hikes in the region of Svaneti. The starting points of most of the trails are located in the centre. Hike to the Koruldi lakes, sitting at 2,740 metres enroute Mount Ushba. You can spote the Greater Caucasus’ peaks all around you covered in white.
Batumi harbour- Georgia Holiday Packages is incomplete without some sunny sea side up on Georgia’s gorgeous black sea beaches. Batumi features a long harbour turned brilliantly into a promenade called the Seaside park lined with shops, restaurants & bars.
Sighnaghi village: Situated in the heart of the wine region with lovely views over the Alazani Valley. Interestingly, the village has an undeniable Italian look due to its hilly location and quaint little houses made of brick and the wine cellars. In the serene and submissive colours of sundown, the church towers and the tall cypresses amplify the romanticism of this beautiful village.
Gudauri: Enjoy snow adventures in Gudauri as you can go skii and have fun in the snow during winters. You can para glide over the stunning Causasus mountains and enjoy many more adventure sports.
Gori: Visit Atalin;s hometwon , Gori, and check out the Stalin Museum that highlights his journey from the Gori church school to USSR leadership, , the 17th century Gori fortress, the War museum devoted to gori people’s efforts in WW 2. A must inclusion in Georgia Holiday packages.
Uplistsikhe: This ancient town should definitely make to your itinerary that was once an enormous cave city home to the original Caucasus. Also, walk through its old main street lined with several cave structures on either side. Visit the Hall of Queen Tamar, a pre christian temple, explore the long tunnel that runs down to the emergency escape that was used earlier to carry water up to the city. The same reason why this town is a regular inclusion in Georgia holiday packages
Wine Culture: Georgians are one of the first ones to make wine so they have definitely mastered this skill. Perhaps, the best in taste and also cheap, so how can you miss it?
Mtskheta: Large flock of people come to visit this old city that is hailed for its countless Christian sites. Must visit include- the great Svetitskhoveli Cathedral exemplary of medieval Georgian architecture, Jvari Monastery on the hill that is an intriguing mix of various cultures and the Samtavro monastery that looks like a fortress. Visit the Gvinis Palata, a delightful wine chamber for a pleasant evening of wine tasting.
So, now that you know what Georgia Holiday packages may include, plan your trip to this intriguing destination right away!