Our “tours in Georgia” are mainly carried out on natural, historical and architectural monuments, one of which is the 12th century Bagrati Temple. It was the UNESCO World Heritage Site (but an unintentional breach of technical conditions during the restoration works led to the revocation of the monument status). Bagrati Temple is located in Kutaisi, on the western part of Georgia, which is the main administrative center of the region of Imereti. One-day and multi-day tours to Bagrati Temple are carried out by us from Batumi and Tbilisi.
“Tours in Georgia”, which provides a tours of Bagrati Temple is carried out from Tbilisi and Batumi. Bagrati Temple is 225 kilometers away from Tbilisi and 130 kilometers away from Batumi.
The group must be at least four people, and in some cases at least six people.
In summer, tours start early in the morning after breakfast and end in the evening with dinner.
In summer, breakfast time is from 7:00 to 19:45.
In spring and autumn from 8:30 to 21:15, in winter from 8:45 to 21:30.
For lunch, a group of travelers will stop at one of the city’s cafes or along the way;
Lunch will be pre-ordered at a restaurant in town, on the road or with the family, and dinner will be where the group members stay overnight.
During the excursion, a group of travelers will travel around the city in all types of transport,
What will depend on the specific situation at a particular time, and out-of-town tours will be carried out by special transport
For detailed information see the tour below: