DAY 1 - If you are going to visit Tbilisi, then you have probably heard about the greatest church of country – Holy trinity Cathedral Holy Trinity Cathedral is the most magnificent temple in Georgia. Beautiful and majestic building attracts tourists' eyes from virtually anywhere in the city. Despite its youth, the Temple is especially valuable, since it became the main cathedral of the entire Georgian Orthodox Church.
DAY 2 - 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 3 - Day Off
DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 - If you want to feel the real magic of the high mountains, stay face to face with nature, walk on the fine side of Christian and pagan cultures and literally walk along the edge, along narrow mountain paths over steep cliffs - then you need to go straight to Tusheti. The amazing mountainous region in the northeast of Georgia, bordering the historic region of Khevsureti, as well as with Chechnya and Dagestan, is a real hard-to-reach treasure of the Georgian part of the Caucasus.
DAY 7 - Tusheti Tbilisi