MTSKHETA - ANCIENT CAPITAL OF GEORGIA
NEIGHBORHOOD OF TBILISI

E-BIKE TOUR: MTSKHETA - ANCIENT CAPITAL OF GEORGIA

Mtskheta is the ancient capital of the Iberian Kingdom, founded in the 5th century BC. It was the capital of Georgia for about 700 years! The saturation of the territories around the city with historical objects, monasteries, ancient fortresses and other unique buildings is connected with it.

During the tour we will visit the ruins of the fortified residences of the Armaz fortress (Armaztsikhe), Bebristsikhe (the Elder's Fortress), burial grounds, as well as the complex of Samtavro monastery (the main temple of the 11th century) and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. The oldest monastery church in the country, Jvari (VI century), Olginsky monastery, Kaluban church of St. George and other secret places :)

The cultural monuments of the region belong to the world heritage and are protected by UNESCO.

E-BIKE ROUTE DETAILS

Distance
35 km

5 hours - total tour time
Difficulty
The difficulty level is high.
Beautiful places are high :)

Ascent - 1230 m
Price
The cost of the tour includes:
- experienced guide
- rent of a professional e-bike and helmet
- transfer Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Tbilisi

Total price per person:
1 person - 160 USD
2 persons - 110 USD
3+ persons - 90 USD

USEFUL INFORMATION
What to wear
Dress in comfortable sportswear, take a windproof jacket. It is advisable to choose shoes with a flat sole to make it easier to pedal.
What to take with you
If you know that during this time you can get hungry, take a bar of muesli or chocolate, as well as a bottle of water.
Logistics
We meet in Tbilisi, drive to Mtskheta. The route is circular. After the finish we return back to Tbilisi.
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