DAY 1 - 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. In front of the church stands a modern monument - a bronze equestrian statue of the founder of the city Vakhtang Gorgasali
DAY 2 - Nekresi is a small, pretty monastery high up on the mountain above the Alazani Plain. Now it's just a monastery on the mountain, in the past (under the mountain) there was a whole city. On the territory there are several benches and good views of the Alazani valley. In Georgia, almost any temple is an observation deck. Nekresi is no exception. Monastic benches are an ideal place to sit in silence and enjoy with beautiful view.
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 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. Many of its kings and patriarchs are buried here.
DAY 4 - 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 Tsminda Sameba.
DAY 5 - There are places in Georgia that draw to themselves an incredible spirit of greatness. Everyone who, by the will of fate, can touch these buildings can not fail to feel the power and strength literally flowing into him. And one of such structures is the fortress of Ananuri. A fortress that will never stop exciting people's imagination. Since 2012, the fortress has the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.