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During the Museum Tour we will visit the most important museums of Georgia: the cultural and archaeological museums, house museum of famous people, galleries. Professional guide will tell and show you a lot of interesting things. Here you can see the masterpieces and huge collections and other cultural artifacts.
Day 1. Meeting at Tbilisi/Batumi/Kutaisi Airport- Transfer to the hotel, check in hotel- Tbilisi City Tour- Overnight in Tbilisi.
Our tour is starting in Tbilisi – capital of Georgia, one of the ancient cities in Caucasus. Wandering in Tbilisi streets you will fell the contrasts: the meeting point of Old and New, of Eastern and Western civilizations, which are harmoniously combined in each other.
Day 2. Tbilisi Museums Tour- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• The Georgian National Museum presents internationally significant collections of art and dynamic, changing exhibitions, providing audiences with inspiration and knowledge of the wonderful world of culture, art, science and education.
• The museum houses materials, representing period of Georgian history, during the Soviet occupation (1921-1991). Most of items were collected from the Security Service archive, as well as archives of various museums, families, etc.
• The museum has more than fifty thousand artifacts. They reflect the history of Tbilisi with the end of the 4th millennium BC.E. to the present day. The museum contains archaeological, ethnographic and archival materials, as well as works of folk art and crafts, and rich photo – collection. A number of unique works of art and printing are also stored in the museum.
Day 3. Tbilisi Flea Market- Tbilisi Puppet Museum- The National Gallery- Tbilisi Opera House- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• Tbilisi Flea Market- Also called Dry Bridge- extraordinary flea market will keep you entertained for hours. There is a mesmerizing assortment of antiques, jewelry and bric-a-brac on sale."
• The Puppet museum in Tbilisi was founded in 1937 by famous children’s author Tinatin Tumanishvili. It is a popular Tbilisi sightseeing place since then for everyone who adores puppetry. The museum collection consists of more than 3000 pieces made in 19th-20th centuries by artists from India, China, Japan and European countries.
• The Georgian National Gallery was established in 1920. Dimitri Shevardnadze, a well-known Georgian painter, contributed significantly to the development of the gallery. Since its foundation, the gallery has served the development of Georgian fine arts.
• Tbilisi Opera House- is the main opera house in the country and is also considered as one of the oldest establishments of its kind in Eastern Europe.
Day 4. Day off in Tbilisi- Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 5. Mtskheta Archeological Museum- Ilia Chavchavadze Saguramo State Museum- Joseph Stalin Home Museum- Overnight in Tbilisi.
• The Museum-Reserve contains archaeological artifacts of national and international importance. A wide variety of exhibits from the Bronze, late middle ages, and various ethnographic pieces are also on display.
• The museum complex includes the residence, auxiliary buildings, and the family vineyards of the famous Georgian writer and public figure Ilia Chavchavadze (1837-1907). The museum preserves memorial items and manuscripts from the writer, photo portraits of famous XIX century Georgian public figures and photographs reflecting the time period.
• Ioseb Stalin's State Museum- museum complex consists of memorial house, where Stalin was born, exposition building with tower and Stalin’s personal coach with interior, by which he had travelled to Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam. Museum houses Stalin’s personal things, study room of Kremlin, manuscripts, gifts from over the world, Stalin’s mask and paintings.
Day 6. Kakheti museums Tour - Overnight in Tbilisi.
• Founded in 1927, Telavi Historical Museum resides in several halls of King Erekle II’s former Palace. The Museum houses King Erekle’s belongings and numerous archeological, ethnographic, numismatic and textile artifacts.
• Tsinandali is Kakhetian residence of the 19th century Prince, poet and public figure, Alexandre Chavchavadze. The complex in Tsinandali embraces the memorial house, a landscape garden, a historical winery, wine cellar, hotel and a café.
• Gremi is a 16th-century architectural monument - the royal citadel and the Church of the Archangels - in Kakheti, Georgia. The complex is what has survived from the once flourishing town of Gremi and is located east of the present-day pleasant village of the same name in the Kvareli district, 175 kilometers east of Tbilisi, capital of Georgia.
• Signagi Museum, in the town of Signagi in Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti, was established in 1947 and contains exhibits providing glimpses of daily life in Eastern Georgia from the Stone Age to the 20th century.
Day 7. Trip to Mestia- Overnight in Mestia.
• Mestia- the most original and mysterious area of Georgia hiding high in the mountains. This wonderful little town lying at an altitude of 1,500 meters in an area of steppe that rises gradually up towards the surrounding Greater Caucasus Mountains.
Day 8. Trip to Ushguli- Overnight in Mestia.
• Ushguli - UNESCO world heritage site is the highest permanently inhabited village in Europe, located in Svaneti, at the feet of Shkhara, one of the highest Caucasian summits. About 70 families, approximately 250 people live in the village, which dates back more than 2000 years.
Day 9. Mestia Historical Ethnographic Museum- Overnight in Mestia.
• The museum houses more than 4.000 items: archaeological objects discovered in Svaneti region, unique samples of engraved and painted icons, religious objects, manuscripts. New Testaments, weapons and armor, iron and cooper items, wooden ethnographic objects, adornments, silverware, textiles, etc.
Day 10. Dadiani Palace- Noqalaqevi- Overnight in Kutaisi.
• Dadiani Palace is a historical building, which is a museum as well. It is located in Zugdidi that is in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region of Georgia. It is one of the most eminent palaces in the whole Caucasus region.
• Nokalakevi also known as Archaeopolis and Tsikhegoji, is a village and archaeological site in the Senaki municipality, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region, Georgia. Located by the river Tekhuri, on the northern edge of the Colchian plain in Samegrelo, western Georgia, lie the ruins of Nokalakevi.
Day 11. Niko Berdzenishvili Kutaisi State History Museum - Bagrati Cathedral- Overnight in Kutaisi.
• The museum was established in 1921, it houses more than 150 thousand items of cultural heritage of the country. Among them are: Bronze Age and Antiquity period monuments – archaeological discoveries from western Georgia, rare samples Georgian, Roman, Byzantine and Oriental history, everyday life and culture rare objects, collection of oldest epigraphic monuments and Georgian manuscripts – rare charters, ethnographic materials, significant samples of items.
• Bagrati- symbol of united Georgia. The Cathedral of King Bagrati in Kutaisi ranks among the best monuments of Georgian architecture. The constructions began in the last quarter of the 10th century. Now it’s in UNESCO World Heritage.
Day 12. Gelati Monastery- Motsameta Monastery- Vani Archeological Museum- Overnight in Kutaisi.
• Gelati Monastery is a masterpiece of the Golden Age of medieval Georgia. Gelati was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2006 was included on the list of Unmovable Monuments of Georgian Cultural Heritage.
• Motsameta Monastery is located 6 kilometers from Kutaisi. The present day church dates back to the 11th century, but historic records show that a church was constructed in this spot as early as the 8th century. Motsameta attracts crowds of tourists with an ancient superstition: if one crawls three times under the ark and makes a wish while touching the hallows, the wish will come true.
• The museum's collection encompasses the period between the 8th and 1st centuries BCE. One of the exhibitions includes the city of temples, most representative of Vani culture.
Day 13. Transfer to Tbilisi/Batumi/Kutaisi Airport.