Gergeti Trinity Church
Gergeti Trinity Church is an amazing architectural complex located in Kazbegi municipality. It is situated at 2200 meters above the sea level. Unfortunately the exact data of the church construction is unknown, although according to some historic sources and its architectural style, it must have been created in XIV century. We also do not have an information about its builders and the process of construction.
Lagodekhi State Nature Reserve
You should visit The Lagodekhi state nature reserve to see waterfalls and birds.
Monastery Jvari - a masterpiece of architecture
Jvari Monastery is a 6th century Georgian Orthodox monastery. It stands on the mountaintop, overlooking the old capital – Mtskheta, where two rivers Aragvi and Mtkvari meet each other creating an overwhelming view.
The Batumi Botanical Garden
The Batumi Botanical Garden is located at the place called Mtsvane Kontskhi ("The Green Cape") 9 km north of the city of Batumi. It covers almost 1 km of the south-western Black Sea shore, which expands at 220m above the sea level.
Gelati is a monastic complex near Kutaisi, western Georgia. It consists of the church of Virgin Mary, built by the King of Georgia, David IV Agmashenebeli (David the Builder) in 1106, who is also buried here, and St. George’s and St. Nicolas’s churches of 13th century. During the long period of time, Gelati was an educational, scientific and cultural center of Georgia.
Gudauri is a ski resort in Kazbegi municipality on the south-facing plateau of Caucasus mountain in Georgia. Even though its height is 2,196 m above the sea level, the weather is always warm and pleasant. The average snow depth is about 1.5 m.
Ananuri - the castle complex of the feudal period (XVI-XVIII centuries), located on the Georgian military road, on the banks of the Zhinvali Dam. The distance from Tbilisi is only about 70 km.
Dashbashi Canyon is a natural monument located in the municipality of Tsalka, south of Georgia, in the valley of the Khrami River. The massif of the river consists of volcanic lavas, which actually formed the Dashbashi Canyon.