DAY 1 - The Narikala fortress in Tbilisi is one of the places of the Georgian capital, which must be visited at its visit. This defense complex was once the main defensive force of Tbilisi. Now here are a lot of picturesque ruins and just magical views of the city. The botanical garden is very close to it, and the cable car connects Narikala with the most unusual park of Tbilisi - Rike. In ancient times, within the walls of the castle stood churches and temples, carrying out an important role of spiritual support for the garrison. Now on the territory of the fortress you can see the church of St. Nicholas built in the XII century.
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 inspection, you freely walk through the territory of two countries: Georgia and Azerbaijan
DAY 3 - This place is well-known and in many respects symbolic. This is the beginning of the Europeanization of Georgia, hence the Georgian wine-making in the form that we have now, hence the Georgian-Russian integration in its light forms. Now here is a museum, a park, a wine vault and a tasting room.
DAY 4 - Monastery Old Shuamta is an ancient monument. It is an ensemble of several ancient churches. The small church standing in the foreground dates back to the V century, the other two - the large and small domed churches - by the VII century. The big church is very similar to the Mtskheta temple of Jvari. In the churches there are still paintings of the 12th century.