DAY 1 - National Museum of Georgia is one of the main historical museums in Georgia, which presents the most important archaeological finds. The museum was founded on May 10, 1852. The museum occupies several buildings in the center of Tbilisi, the main exposition is located on Rustaveli Avenue. The museum contains thousands of Georgian and Caucasian archaeological and ethnographic monuments. The permanent exhibition demonstrates in chronological order the history of Georgian culture from the Bronze Age to the beginning of the 20th century
DAY 2 - Bodbe is a village and a monastery in the Signagi district. The village is famous because of the monastery of St. Nino, which is sometimes called "Bodbe Monastery" for simplicity. This famous monastery is very close to Sighnaghi, 2 kilometers away. The most valuable here is undoubtedly the grave of Saint Nino - inside the Cathedral of St. George. Church has the appearance of a basilica without a dome.
DAY 3 - Jvari - Georgian monastery and a temple of the beginning of the VII century (590-604 A.D). The most famous and recognizable shot in Georgia is the photo of Mtskheta from the viewing point of Jvari. Very beautiful panorama. According to legend, at this place in the cave lived the holy Equal-to-the-Apostles Nino, who brought Christianity to Georgia. She also erected a wooden cross, and this cross creates real miracles, attracting pilgrims from all over the world.
DAY 4 DAY 5 - The north-east of Georgia is high-mountainous areas. It is here that the freedom-loving and proud spirit of the Caucasian peoples is felt, which has become a parable. Here you will not find the modern luxury that Tbilisi admires, but it was in these parts that the ancient history of the country was created. Mountain people are famous for their military prowess and here you can hear many legends that tell of incredible battles Traveling through Georgia, it is absolutely necessary to visit the village of Shatili, which vividly illustrates soul of Georgia.
DAY 6 - Back in Tbilisi