The gorgeous Georgia is a land of snow-capped mountains with a balmy climate, and on those verdant lower slopes, Georgians have been making wine for 8,000 years, it is little wonder that Georgia is known as the ‘cradle of wine.’

“A guest is a gift from God,” according to Georgians, and you will feel this from the friendly locals the moment you get off the plane at Tbilisi, Georgia’s intriguing capital infused with European and Asian characteristics. The country is rich in history and the lands are dotted with ancient monasteries and fortresses. One of the most stunning is the Vardzia Cave Monastery, an entire city set in sandstone cliffs.

As part of the 13-day itinerary, you will also visit the seaports of Poti and Batumi, both on the Black Sea coast. Plus, there will be plenty of opportunities to sip fine Georgian wine, such as Kindzmarauli, a semi-sweet red wine with rich berry tones.

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Rail & Cultural Journeys In Georgia