What a tourist can not afford to visit the famous attractions located yet close to the nation’s capital? It is about the monastery Jvari and Mtskheta . The first is a monument to the 7th century, which is located at the confluence of the Aragvi and Kura. This point on the map, first included in the list of UNESCO world cultural heritage of Georgia marks the place where St. Nina erected the cross. The second of these monuments, the first capital of Georgia, Mtskheta, will allow tourists to touch the ancient church belonging to the 11th century. Here you can also:
- enjoy the present Georgian wine;
- acquire authentic souvenirs;
- traditional cuisine.