Seasonal Offers

Every season of the year has its own charms and colors. Georgia is the country of four seasons.  It is a spring; summer, autumn or winter, Georgia has joyful seasonal traditions to visit the areas in the light of natural division of the year. G2G TRAVEL & TOURS has an advantage to en cash all the seasons for its valuable visitors to tender special packages. Winter's over and now's the perfect time to come out explore Georgia’s beautiful coast and countryside Give us a chance to host you our special created artistic city tours while you are in Tbilisi,

Seasonal offer one

09:40 Sameba Cathedral – The Main Georgian Orthodox Christian Cathedral, Constructed Between 1995 And 2004.
10:20 Sachino Palace With Convent  –   This Was The “Summer Palace” Of Queen Darejan
10:35 Metekhi Temple -  King Vakhtang I Gorgasali Erected Here A Church And A Fort Which Served Also As A King’s Residence; Hence Comes The Name Metekhi Which Dates Back To The 12th Century And Literally Means “The Area Around The Palace”
10:50 Saint Abo Church - Arab By Origin, Abo Grew Up Muslim In Baghdad .He Was A Perfumer. At The Age Of Seventeen Or Eighteen, Abo Came To Tbilisi Here He Became A Christian. In 786 He Was Denounced As A Christian To The Arab Officials In Tbilisi, Arrested And Tried For Being A Renegade From Islam. He Confessed His Faith At Trial, Was Imprisoned And Martyred.
11:00 Mosque - Built In 1895, This Is The Only One Mosque In Tbilisi Which Survived After The Soviet Occupation. Here, Shiite And Sunni Muslims Pray Together. Here At The Same District The Bath Area Begins. Tbilisi Has Long Been Famous For The Natural Piping-Hot Sulphur Water That Bubbles Out Of The Ground Along The Banks Of The Mtkvari River.
11:15 Also You Will Go Up By New Funicular Railway To Narikala Fortress – The Fortress Was Established In The 4th Century As Shuris-Tsikhe.
11:30 Herewith  you will visit Tbilisi botanical garden, Higher Bethlehem Holy Mother of God - Built as an Armenian church in the 18th century, on the site of an older church, it now operates as a Georgian orthodox church and Lower Bethlehem -  St. Stephanoz nunnery was founded by the Armenians, immigrated from Iran in 1725-1727 and they constructed a small chapel as well and near of these churches you will have opportunity to see Ateshgah -  The ancient worship place, a fire temple stood here and  the name comes from “ Ateshgah” ( place of fire in Persian)
12:30 You Will Walk Along Shardeni Street Where You Will See  Enamel Gallery, Souvenir Shops And Café Bars.
13:15 We Will Move To The Open Air Museum Encompasses 14 Ethnographic, Each Exhibit Presents A Certain Historic-Ethnographic Area Of Georgia Together With Architectural Monuments, The Museum Presents Ethnographic Materials - Different Kinds Of Tools, Textiles, And Ceramics.,
14:00 For The End Of The Trip You Will Have Lunch At The Restaurant At “Kus Tba”(Lake Of Turtle)

Second offer of the Season:


10:00 We Will Leave To The Direction Of Mtsketa, Here Georgians Accepted Christianity In 317 And Mtskheta Still Remains The Headquarters Of The Georgian Orthodox And Apostolic Church.
10:45 Jvari Monastery Is A Georgian Orthodox Monastery Of The 6th Century Near Mtskheta (World Heritage Site), Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region, Eastern Georgia. The Name Is Translated As The Monastery Of The Cross. For Another, Jerusalem-Located Georgian Monastery With The Same Name
11:20 Svetitskhoveli Cathedral Built In The 11th Century. Svetitskhoveli, Known As The Burial Site Of Christ's Mantle, Has Long Been The Principal Georgian Church And Remains One Of The Most Venerated Places Of Worship To This Day. The Church Is In UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
11:45 Samtavro 11th Century Monastery Complex. The First Christian King Miriani And His Wife Nana Are Buried In The Church.
13:00 The Shio-Mgvime Monastery, Literally Meaning "The Cave Of Shio" Is A Medieval Monastic Complex In Georgia, Near The Town Of Mtskheta. It Is Located In A Narrow Limestone Canyon On The Northern Bank Of The River Mtkvari. 30 Km From Tbilisi.
14:30 For The End Of The Trip You Will Have Lunch At The Restaurant At Mtsketa
17:00 Arrival To Tbilisi

Third offer of the season:


08:00 Start from Hotel
10:00 Tsinandali – Museum Of The 19th Century. Situated To The North Of Tbilisi-Telavi Highway. Famous For Its Beautiful Garden And Wine.
11:00 King Erekle Museum - Fortress And Residence Of King Erekle The II. King Of Georgia In The 18th Century. Telavi
12:00 Gremi – Centre Of Kakheti Kingdom In The 15th – 16th C., Situated On The Bank Of The River Intsoby.
12:45 Old Shuamta – Architectural Complex With Three Churches Belonging To The 5th – 7th C., 7 Km. Away From Telavi.
14:00 Alaverdi – Cathedral Belonging To The 11th C., Central-Domed Church Of St. George.
15:00 For The End Of The Trip You Will Have Lunch At The Restaurant At Kvareli Lake
17:00 Arrival  To Tbilisi


Fourth seasonal offer

KUTAISI TOUR   SHORT TOUR (1DAY)    In certain historical periods it was the second capital of Georgia after Tbilisi according to largeness.  According to the legend about Golden Fleece, Kutaisi is that very land where the epic legend of the Argonauts was acted out.  In the 6th century BC, the tribes of western Georgia formed a state, the Kingdom of Colchis, lying along the east coast of the Black Sea. The legend tells of the courageous Hellenes who led by Jason, crossed the Straits of the Dardanelles and the Bosphorous and reached the shores of the Kingdom of Colchis where the powerful King Aeetes reigned, and where the Golden Fleece was kept. Ancient Colchis held the secret of how to obtain gold; the discovery of this secret and the acquisition of the Golden Fleece was the Argonauts' quest.      

12:00 Bagrati Church – (11th C). It Is An Old Architectural Monument Of Kutaisi. Nowadays Only Ruins Are Left From The Church. One Of The UNESCO Heritage Sites
12:45 Gelati Complex Comprises The Churches Of The Virgin (The Main Church), Of St Nicolas, Of St. George, As Well As The Academy Which Was The Centre Of Cultural And Spiritual Life. The Gelaty Monastery Complex Was Founded By King David The Builder In The 12th C. It Is Noted By The Finest Examples Of Georgian Mural Painting. Among Them Is The Only Surviving Portrait Of King David The Builder Whose Grave Can Be Found At The Gateway Of The Monastery. The Giant 12th Century Mosaic Of The Virgin With Child Is Completely Unique.