Your journey begins in the Paris of Ukraine - Lviv! Explore this ancient, historic city of quaint charm, cobblestoned streets and classical architecture. We promise, you will fall in love with this romantic city. Walk along its cobblestone streets, to find the best coffee and beer Ukraine has to offer. Hide out in small, authentic cafes and visit the world’s only coffee mine. Lviv is a city of laid-back café culture, where you can pick a spot, relax, and watch the world go by.
Explore Kyiv - one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe. The capital of Ukraine, and the former capital of the Kyivan Rus, this beautiful and ancient city has played a key part in the country’s most pivotal moments throughout history. Explore its Golden Domed streets, visit open air museums, meet locals, and live like a native of this unique, cosmopolitan city.
Travel to Georgia! First we will introduce you to Tbilisi, the city that has been dominated by traders, warriors, tyrants and dictators in turn. Take a walk around the old town and breathe in the living past. We’ll take time to visit the city’s well-known museums and theatres, art galleries, churches, archaeological excavations, sulphur bathhouses, narrow streets. Discover Kakheti – the world-famous wine region that may even be the birthplace of wine-making! Enjoy breathtaking views of Kizikhi area and unusual Charm of Sighnaghi Royal Town. Wine-tasting at local winery is not to be missed!
Travel to the old capital of Georgia – Mtskheta, where we will visit many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. First, Jvari, the 6th century cross-shaped monastery built atop a cliff, overlooking the junction of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. Visit the rock-carved town of Uplistsikhe. Dating back to 1000 BCE,
Uplistsikhe is notable for its unique combination of ancient rock cutting styles, and the co-existence of pagan and Christian architecture. Here, you can see ancient wine presses carved in stone. Explore Kutaisi – the ancient Kingdom of Colchis and the second largest city of modern Georgia. Its cathedrals date back to the 10th and 11th Centuries, and for hundreds of years, were the epicenters of culture and education in Georgia.
Batumi is one of Georgia’s oldest cities, dating back to the 3rd Century BCE, Batumi is even mentioned by Greek and Roman sources as one of the Black Sea’s principal ports. Visit the seaside parks and the old-city district, full of cafes, shops, churches, and the Batumi Sea Port. Walk through the Botanical Gardens to see beautiful plants from all over the world and an amazing view of the Black Sea. To wrap up this awesome journey - we’ll celebrate in the atmosphere of a Georgian dinner party, complete with delicious food, traditional songs and speeches by the “Tamada” – toastmaster!