DAY 1 - Abanotubani is one of the oldest and can be said of the most ancient places in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi along with Kalaubani and Metekhi. Abanotubani is a quarter located in the center and having a complex of bathhouses built on natural sulfur sources. Here you can see the most beautiful waterfall in Legvtahievi and enjoy the beautiful architecture
DAY 2 - Kazbegi is a mountainous region. It is quite original and unique. A lot of legends go about the city and the mountain of Kazbegi. It is believed that in the caves of the city a lot of jewels and shrines are hidden. However, all those who went in search of them, were missing. Surely everyone remembers the myths of ancient Greece, among which was the legend of Prometheus, who paid for his kindness to people. Very few people know, but it is believed that as punishment he was attached to Mount Kazbek. It is believed that a large number of legends about the city is not composed by chance, because when you get into it, you feel that you are in a fairy tale. Wondrous scenery and magical silence fascinate everyone.
DAY 3 - Georgia is known to the whole world not only for its sights, but also for being the birthplace of a man who is called the "Father of Nations", and someone is one of the most inhuman tyrants in the history of mankind. This man is Joseph Stalin - perhaps one of the most controversial man in history. In the Stalin Museum you can find everything related to the life of the famous leader. Tourists are lucky to see photos, originals of letters and notes written by Stalin, schemes of battles, maps, personal belongings of the Kremlin ruler, the uniform of the Generalissimo, and a posthumous mask. Especially valuable among the written heritage of the leader, some visitors consider children's and youthful verses written by Joseph Dzhugashvili.
DAY 4 - The cave of Prometheus, or, as it is also called, the cave of Kumistavi, is near Tskhaltubo and not far from Kutaisi. It refers to the kind of karst caves and is the most popular and visited in Georgia, surpassing even its nearest neighbor, the Sataplia cave. In Imereti, it is considered a pearl among local attractions and attracts many tourists to its bowels, while being a monument of nature of the third category