Full Day Wine Tour to the City of Love Signaghi
About this tour
Georgia is one of the oldest wine regions in the world. Its winemaking tradition is 8000 years old We are going to travel to the well-known wine region Kakheti to enjoy wonderful Georgian wine at the vineyards. The road there is a very picturesque site itself, there are amazing woods and Caucasus mountains.
We will also visit Tsinandali Museum of Prince Alexander Chavchavadze with a beautiful landscape park and a wine cellar. It was at Tsinandali winery that wine was first bottled in Georgia.
Then we’ll go to Signaghi which is called the City of Love cause loving couples can get married here 24/7 ))It’s a lovely cosy town with local food and wine restaurants and a Zipline . We will also walk along the second longest fortress wall in the world and enjoy a terrific view over famous Alazani Valley.
And another place you should see when in Signaghi is Bodbe Monastery. It’s a historical and very spiritual place especially for pilgrims and believers cause the remains of Saint Nina who had brought Christianity to Georgia were buried here.
Dear travellers, I am sure you’ll love this tour a lot)
Meeting or Pickup Location:
Hotel, airport, railway/bus station etc.
Average Tour duration (minimum booking):
10 (6) (total mileage- 190 miles, 310 km)
Transportation provided, if any:
a comfortable minivan Mercedes Benz Vito Tourer with an a/c (6 passengers maximum+a guide+a driver).I can hire a bigger car upon your request
What is included in the Tour, Activity or Experience:
Guide’s service, transportation, bottle of water
What is NOT included in the Tour, Activity or Experience:
Admission fees, food and drinks
Local Food Tours
Local Art Classes
Local Cooking Classes
Shows & Concerts
Local Language Lessons
Meet Celebrity Tours
Private Car Tours
Languages Spoken by Host:
Local cash needed, if any:
60-70 GEL (20$) for food, drinks and admission fee
Is the Tour or Experience Customizable:
Special rules or restrictions, if any:
Comfy shoes and sneakers are preferrable. Ladies should wear kerchiefs and men shouldn't wear shorts at churches.