Tbilisi - the capital city of Georgia and the municipality lying on the banks of the Mtkvari River at the height of 380–600 meters a.s.l. Tbilisi is the biggest city in Georgia its population being 1,152,000 people. The city was founded by King Vakhtang Gorgasali in the 5th century AD.
Mtskheta- the town and the municipality in Georgia with population slightly more than 8,000 people. Local historical monuments are inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List. Before the 6th century AD, Mtskheta used to be the capital of Georgia. Today, the town is the main religious centre of the country, housing the main church and symbol of Orthodox Christianity in Georgia – Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.
Vanilla Sky offers one-day tour Tbilisi-Mtskheta:
- Sulphur Baths District (Abanotubani)
- Legvtakhevi Waterfall
- Narikala Fortress (ascending by the funicular railway)
- Meidan Square
- Chardin Street
- Peace Bridge
- Sioni Cathedral
- Rezo Gabriadze Theatre, lunch
- Departure to Mtskheta (travel time – 25 minutes)
- Old Mtskheta
- Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
- Cross Monastery (Jvari)
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