David gareja Sighnaghi tour


Tbilisi hotel

David Gareja monastery complex

Bodbe monastery

Sighnaghi city tour

Back to Tbilisi hotel


Transportation    √

driver-guide   √

entrance fees   √         

4×4 car if necessary  √

no limited timing  √

Bottle of water √

David gareja Sighnaghi tour  

David Gareji  is located among the numerous cultural monuments of Georgian feudal time by its majesty and historical value. The part of the complex is located outside of Kakheti, in Gareji Rocky Mountains and stretches on 25 kilometers. Even today, Gareja surprises visitors by its construction and wall paintings of a high artistic level. The private art school of fresco painting functioned in the Udabno monastery.  Gareji art school represents one of the most significant events in the cultural life of medieval Georgia. READ MORE

Bodbe Monastery – St. George monastic and Episcopal complex, situated in Bodbe (Kakheti) is the national Georgian relic. In St. George cathedral are kept the remains of Nino of Kappadokia, Equal-to-the-Apostles, the great Baptist of Georgia, the harbinger of Christianity. According to the legend, St.Nino, 60, died in Bodbe in 335. She crossed the entire country healing and preaching people the true God. St. Nino bequeathed to bury her in this land. Later when tsar Mirian wanted to move her body to Mtskheta. READ MORE

Sighnagi is a small town in the east of Georgia situated on the mountainside in the historical region of Kakheti. It was founded in the 17th century during the reign of King Heraclius II of Georgia, and as locals say, it is the only city in Georgia that has fully preserved the fortress walls that are crowned with watchtowers, where one can climb to get the magnificent view of the Alazan valley. New pages in the history book of the small town have been written in the last decades with the beginning of the capital reconstruction. The aim is to transform Sighnaghi into the centre of tourism. READ MORE




Day excursions from Tbilisi Georgia