DAY 1 - Rike Park in Tbilisi is the newest and youngest park in the city, built in 2010. The park is adjacent to the modern and extravagant bridge of the World. Walking through the park, you will undoubtedly notice children's playgrounds, sunshades, unusual sculptures or huge chess on the board. All this creates a unique feeling of something new and interesting, mysterious and even sometimes mysterious. The main highlight of the square is the singing fountain, in the evenings also showing holograms.
One of the most famous old buildings of Tbilisi is the Metekhi temple. The church has been repeatedly destroyed over the centuries and restored again. Today, the eyes of tourists appear small, but high brick building of the square plan, in the center of which is a round turret with a pointed roof. This is all that remains of the ancient fortress, which included a castle, a monastery and a temple. And right in front of the church stands a modern monument - a bronze equestrian statue of the founder of the city Vakhtang Gorgasali.
DAY 2 - Why go to Kazbek? Of course, in order to see the fabulous beauty of this majestic mountain, which was once a volcano, to be surprised at how smoothly the green meadows pass into the snow on its very top, to touch Kazbek itself and if it is possible, it is necessary to rise to that height , where there is a lonely and very sad in its solitude temple Gergetis Sameba