A DAY FROM BATUMI TO TBILISI
Tbilisi from the first sight, from the first meeting, from the first contact becomes your friend. And you feel like not a guest, not a tourist! You are a long-awaited friend!
Yes, Tbilisi takes you into its arms, into its hospitable streets and squares, cafes and restaurants, reveals all the best and introduces you to its centuries-old history!
And there are more than enough history and sights here!
And in order to feel the charm of this city, it’s just worth taking a walk with our guide through the streets and back streets of the Abanotubani, Avlabari and especially Sololaki districts. Around every corner is a piece of history, behind every door is a work of art. Literally every building is a museum filled with unique paintings and staircases, wrought iron gratings and tiles. The facades are decorated with wooden and wrought-iron balconies, stucco, century-old doors and columns. In the cellars there are cafes – the descendants of dukhans, in which you will be served khachapuri and poured the same saperavi.
For a long time you will remember soulful Georgian songs, toasts and hugs: the cordiality and hospitality of this city knows no bounds.
Hidden in a gorge between rocks, it has preserved its history, pride and traditions. And he is ready to share all the best that he has with you.
And that is not all! We will move to the most significant, most desired and dear to the heart of every Georgian satellite city – a suburb of Tbilisi and the ancient capital of Georgia – Mtskheta.
And here is a story of its own and no less interesting! and a trip to Mtskheta is like traveling in time: we will be transported thousands of years back! But the only thing that is invariable is the panoramic view – the confluence of the 2 rivers Aragvi and Kura, described by the great Lermontov in the eternal “Mtsyri”
Optional: You can stop for breakfast and lunch! Our guide will offer you several dining options at great prices and great service
Also, our guide will accompany you to the station and put you on the train!
And in the morning you are again in Batumi on the beach!
Price at min. number – 2 people!
Night train Batumi - Tbilisi
6:00 Meeting at the railway station by a representative of TABERNE GROUP
Optional: breakfast, lunch
excursion program: 3 hours - sightseeing tour of Tbilisi
excursion program 5 hours - Ancient Mtskheta
gift from the company : Monument of the History of Georgia with a panoramic view of Tbilisi
23:00 transfer to the railway station
This program is primarily for those who, having chosen their vacation in Batumi on the beautiful coast of the Black Sea, surrounded by the Adjara Mountains, suddenly realized that they really want to see Tbilisi! Or maybe for those who saw the “non-beach” weather, decided to hit the road for a day in Tbilisi! Or simply, being in Batumi, they suddenly remembered that the capital of Georgia is Tbilisi!
Well, why not visit? It’s really close!!!!
And sometimes, the work of our professional guides is so good that after a fascinating story, those who already want to go to Tbilisi! Why not?
So, TBILISI! Why is it worth going to Tbilisi for a day?
✅ Arriving in a country that welcomes its guests so cordially, you always want to see and try as much as possible! And everyone around says that Tbilisi is not just the capital of the country! This is an ancient city with its own history, attractions, zest!
✅ Tbilisi: absolutely not like Batumi or any other city in Georgia!
✅ Quite an easy trip: only 450 km of exciting journey or 1 night on the train or 1 hour on the plane
✅ And we have created a program in which in 1 day you will have an understanding of what Tbilisi is? And you will decide for yourself whether it is worth coming to Tbilisi for a few days in the future!
But in Tbilisi we have a completely separate and no less interesting excursion program
So what do we offer:
⇒ night train Batumi – Tbilisi
⇒ Tbilisi excursion: accompanied by a representative of the company: sightseeing tour 3-3.5 hours and Mtskheta – the ancient capital of Georgia
⇒ night train Tbilisi – Batumi
Add. paid: lunch (from 20 lari) and tasting of Georgian wines
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