Visit two UNESCO World Heritage sites and 1st milleneum BC rock-cut town in one day! Take a trip to the city of Gori to learn interesting facts about Joseph Stalin who was the leader of USSR.
Mtskheta is one of the oldest Georgian cities, which was a capital of Eastern Georgia up to the 5th c. then the royal residence was moved to Tbilisi. Archeologists discovered remains of the city dating back to 1000 year BC.
Mtskheta is a popular tourist destination as it contains two of the UNESCO World Heritage sites – Svetitskhoveli Cathedral of 12th c. and Jvari monastery of 6th c. Both of the sites represent true masterpiece of different styles of Georgian church architecture.
Visit the museum and house of Joseph Stalin, located in Gori town, where Stalin was born. The museum presents items related to Soviet leader’s life.
Continue to Uplistsikhe, an ancient village, located near Gori. Uplistsikhe is a rock-cut town approximately covering 8 ha., can be divided into 3 parts, the middle one is the largest and connected to the other two with passes and tunnels. The complex contains structures dating back to Early Iron Age.
PRICE PER PERSON IN GROUPS OF:
2 person – 110 €
3-5 person – 95 €
6-10 person – 85 €
CHILD PRICE POLICY
Infants under age of 5 are free
5 – 6 years deduction 50 %
7 – 9 years deduction 30 %
10 years old – adult price is charged
Qualified guide and driver services
Entrance fees per program;
1 bottle of mineral water per person;
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