Tour through the gateway of Europe and Asia

110.00 $

🤚 Tour includes max 4 persons. Price for the tour 1 to 4 travelers is 300 GEL



🚗 Welcome to the gateway of Europe and Asia. Explore Georgia through mountains.

✍ Ananuri – is a castle complex which was the seat of the Eristavi Dukes in Georgia, from 13th century. The castle was the scene of numerous battles.

🎗 Complex includes two churches. In the older Church of Virgin is situated graves of Dukes. The larger Church of the Mother of God is a central dome style structure with decorated facades.

🔥 It also contains the remains of frescoes, most of which were destroyed by the fire in the 18th century.

🚶 Picturesque view of Georgia’s most important water reservior of Jhinvali, which provides our capital Tbilisi by drinking water, will give a very memorable moments for each visitor. You can also have horse riding among the territory and hear a very interesting an important historical issue about ancient past.

🏔 Kazbegi – is located on the northern slopes of Caucasus mountains. The highest point of Kazbegi is Mkinvartsveri which is on the third place by height in Georgia. According to the Greek mythology, as a punishment for teaching mankind how to make and save fire the Titan Prometheus was chained on the slope of a rocky mountain Mkinvartsveri by Zeus.

🕵‍ Visitors can see one of the most important religious building Gergeti Trinity Church which is located in Kazbegi, on the top of the mountain.

🤚 Kazbegi is a great place for ice climbing and mountaineering, excellent point for extrenal hikers, who can also see the locations with the hot springs and acidic and carbonated lakes surrounding the mountain.

Tour package includes:
🔹 Transportation from Tbilisi by comfortable car
🔹 Stop at Ananuri Castle
🔹 Stop at Kazbegi
🔹 Stop at Gergeti Holy Trinity church

🔍 Suitable maximum for 4 persons

For more information contact us:
📞 (+995) 551 17 77 08



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