DAY 1 - Dry bridge is a "flea market", where are dealers of antiques and all sorts of funny things. Types of old Tbilisi, the imitation of Pirosmani, the virgin maidens and landscapes. So if tourists who come to Tbilisi have desire to buy original souvenirs - welcome to Dry Bridge. Here is not difficult to find gifts for every taste and for any price. On any "flea market" you can walk for hours - interesting people and things are found here!
DAY 2 - Monastery David Gareji is one of the most visited sights of Georgia. The pilgrimage to David Gareji for Georgians is also valuable, as the journey of Christians to Jerusalem, and the Muslims to Mecca. The David-Gareji Monastery complex includes a number of monasteries scattered along the south-east of Georgia along the Azerbaijani border. There are caves, cells, a functioning monastery, mountains, fresh air, steppes, meadows, the state border. During the tour, you freely walk through the territory of two countries: Georgia and Azerbaijan
DAY 3 - The Svetitskhoveli Cathedral is a Georgian Orthodox cathedral located in the historical city of Mtskheta, Georgia, 20 km north-west of Tbilisi. Svetitskhoveli has long been the main temple of Georgia and remains one of the most revered places to this day. The place for the baptism of the king was not chosen by chance. The tradition of the Georgian Church preserved the memory of the presence here of the greatest shrine of the Christian world - the Chiton of Jesus Christ.