Travel through history all the way to the start of human life in Europe.
Our one day adventure will commence in Bolnisi, Kvemo Kartli. Here we’ll have a chance to visit one of the most noteworthy churches in the region – Bolnisi Cathedral. This 4th-century rock structure is the oldest surviving church in Georgia.
Our next stop, Tsughrughasheni monastery is just as monumental despite its petite size. Standing proudly on the right bank of the Bolnisistskhali river its ornament-rich walls tell the story of centuries-long glory.
Dmanisi archaeological site is perhaps the most famous tourist attraction in Georgia. Settled since the Early Bronze Age, it’s here that archaeologists stumbled upon the remains of the oldest humans in Europe, or as we Georgians affectionately call them – Zezva and Mzia.
Professional driving services
Sit back and enjoy the views while we do the driving for you.
Taste the explosion of flavours that make Georgian cuisine so special
Explore your surroundings in a healthy and eco-friendly way.
Revel in the unique beauty of Georgian nature.
This tour includes
High class driving professional
Certified tour guide
10% discount code for your next trip with Tour Guide Georgia
This tour doesn't include
Child car chairs
Dinner with Georgian entertainment program
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Tour starts at 10 AM in Tbilisi.
- BOLNISI SIONI
Bolnisi Sioni is a Georgian Orthodox basilica in the Bolnisi village of Bolnisi District, Georgia. Built in 478–493, it’s the oldest extant church building in Georgia.
Tsughrughasheni is a Georgian Orthodox church in the Bolnisi District, Georgia. The church was built in 1212–1222 supposedly by King George IV Lasha of the Bagrationi Dynasty. It’s one of the richest examples of traditional ornamentation in Georgian architecture.