Best of Georgia and Azerbaijan - 12 Days (CT-03)

Neighbours Georgia and Azerbaijan are very different but each is compelling in its own right. This 12 day tour begins in Georgia, where you’ll be blown away by the wonderful hospitality of the Caucasus. You’ll tour hilltop monasteries, imposing fortresses, fascinating museums and ancient cave cities, as well as learn how an 8000 year tradition of viticulture produces some very fine wine. Crossing the border, you’ll discover the sights of the “fire country” Azerbaijan. From Baku’s Flame Towers to the burning hillside of Yanar Dag, Azerbaijan wows visitors. But the secrets of an ancient nation are waiting to be uncovered, as you’ll see in Sheki, Shamakhi and Gobustan.
 
Vardzia
Kutaisi
Sighnaghi
Tbilisi
Mtskheta
Uplistsikhe
Gobustan
Sheki

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Day 1. Tbilisi
Welcome to Georgia! Transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 2. Tbilisi
City tour: our guide will show you some of the historic highlights of the capital. We’ll round off with a look around the Georgian National Museum and a stroll along Tbilisi’s main thoroughfare, Rustaveli Avenue. Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 3. Tbilisi – Mtskheta - Kutaisi
You’ll enjoy a guided tour of Djvari Church (6th century) and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century) in Mtskheta. Moving on, we’ll head to Kutaisi, making a slight detour to admire the stalactites and stalagmites of Prometheus Cave. Overnight in Kutaisi. Driving distance: 265 km / 166 ml.
Day 4. Kutaisi - Gelati - Bagrati - Akhaltsikhe
Visit a local bazaar in the morning. Then it’s time to move on, and we have another pair of UNESCO sites lined up: the Gelati Monastery and Academy Complex. After a visit to Bagrati Cathedral we’ll make our way to Akhaltsikhe. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. Driving distance: 213 km / 133 ml.
Day 5. Akhaltsikhe - Vardzia - Akhaltsikhe
One of the many delights of a visit to Georgia is to explore its vast subterranean cities. This underground world is best represented by the cave city of Vardzia. After we’ve explored, we’ll drive to Rabati Fortress. Inside we’ll look around its fascinating Ethnographic Museum. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. Driving distance: 122 km / 76 ml.
Day 6. Akhaltsikhe - Borjomi - Gori - Uplistikhe - Tbilisi
Driving via Borjomi and its pretty park, the city of Gori is the star of today’s itinerary where we visit Stalin's Museum. Near Gori we'll explore the cave city of Uplistikhe, after which we’ll drive back to Tbilisi. Tonight, a special performance of folk dancing awaits. Overnight in Tbilisi. Driving distance: 240 km / 150 ml.
Day 7. Tbilisi - Alaverdi - Napareuli – Gremi - Signagi
Today you’ll explore the wine growing region of the country, Kakheti. There are visits to Alaverdi Monastery and the royal citadel and the Church of the Archangels which form the Gremi complex. A wine tasting has been arranged at the Twins Wine Cellar in Napareuli. We’ll continue on to the picturesque town of Sighnaghi. Enjoy a city tour. Overnight in Sighnaghi. Driving distance: 219 km / 137 ml.
Day 8.  Signagi - Azerbaijan border - Sheki
Today we cross the border into Azerbaijan. But we can’t leave without seeing Bodbe Monastery, just a couple of kilometres down the road from Sighnaghi. At Lagodekhi you’ll cross the border and meet your Azeri guide. Taking the road to Sheki, you’ll stop at the village of Kish. Overnight in Sheki. Driving distance: 157 km / 98 ml.
Day 9. Sheki - Shamakhi - Baku
Explore Sheki in the morning. Our second stop is at Shamakhi. You’ll visit the Yeddi Gumbez mausoleum and also the Diri Baba tomb. From there we’ll drive to Baku. Overnight in Baku. Driving distance: 298 km / 186 ml.
Day 10. Baku
We’ve arranged a guided tour of Baku’s old town, the Icheri sheher, bounded on three sides by thick walls and on the fourth by the Caspian Sea. This city within a city is crammed full of historic monuments and noteworthy buildings. Overnight in Baku.
Day 11. Baku - Gobustan - Yanar Dag - Baku
Today’s sightseeing takes us to Gobustan where you’ll see petroglyphs and other ancient sites. You’ll also visit Yanar Dag, continuously burning thanks to the gases which escape from the rocks. Overnight in Baku. Driving distance: 152 km / 95 ml.
Day 12. Baku
Sadly, your Caucasus adventure draws to a close today. Transfer to the airport.
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Quick Facts
  • Season: Winter
  • Starts: Tbilisi
  • Ends: Baku
  • Departs: Monday
  • Duration: 12 days
  • Group Size: 2-10
  • Tour Grade:   Gentle

Akhaltsikhe Akhaltsikhe
Located in Southern Georgia, Akhaltsikhe translates as “new fortress” and the renovated Rabati Fortress is an important landmark in this part of the country. Containing... Read more
Baku Baku
Azerbaijan’s capital and largest city, this is a city where past and present are intertwined. The Old City’s Icheri Sheher fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, dom... Read more
Gobustan Gobustan
Gobustan National Park, located in the Greater Caucasus Mountains is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its rock art engravings. These images depict prehistoric hunting ... Read more
Gori Gori
Gori, named after its hilltop fortress, dating back to the 7th century. Later, the city became an important trade hub. More recently, it was the birthplace of Joseph Stalin and the... Read more
Kutaisi Kutaisi
In the days of the Golden Fleece, Kutaisi was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Colchis and it remains Georgia’s second largest city. The jewels in its crown are without ... Read more
Mtskheta Mtskheta
Another of Georgia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Mtskheta’s long history dates back to before 1000BC. Once the capital of the Kingdom of Iberia, it’s located on ... Read more
Sheki Sheki
Set against a backdrop of snow-capped Caucasus peaks, Sheki developed as a trading centre with many caravanserais located within the city. Two still remain: the Upper and the Lower... Read more
Sighnaghi Sighnaghi
With its cobbled streets and balconied homes, you could be forgiven for thinking you were in Italy. Surrounded by over four kilometres of stone walls, the laid back city of Sighnag... Read more
Tbilisi - the Capital of Georgia Tbilisi - the Capital of Georgia
The Georgian capital straddles the banks of the Mtkvari River. Founded in the 5th century by King Vakhtang I Gorgasali, it contains many bath houses fed by the area’s natural... Read more
Uplistikhe Cave Town Uplistikhe Cave Town
Translating as “the Lord’s fortress”, Uplistsikhe is one of the oldest urban settlements in the country. This cave city near Gori was cut from the rock on the lef... Read more
Vardzia Vardzia
Near Akhaltsikhe, it’s well worth taking an excursion to Vardzia, a cave town founded in the 12th century which once housed a population of 50000; as well as people’s h... Read more

Day 1. Tbilisi
Welcome to Georgia! Our representative will be waiting for you at the airport for your transfer to your city centre hotel in the capital Tbilisi. Overnight in Tbilisi. (D)
Day 2. Tbilisi
With its compact old town and friendly residents, getting to know Tbilisi is a cinch. Our guide will show you some of the historic highlights of the capital, beginning with the 13th century Methekhi church. Tbilisi has long been fortified and we shall ascend by cable car to the hilltop fortress of Narikala, from where it is a short stroll to the imposing Mother Georgia statue. Next up, we’ll visit Antchiskhati Church (6th century), Sioni Cathedral (12th century) and an ancient synagogue. We’ll round off your introduction to this fascinating city with a look around the Georgian National Museum and a stroll along Tbilisi’s main thoroughfare, Rustaveli Avenue. Overnight in Tbilisi. (B, D).
Day 3. Tbilisi – Mtskheta - Kutaisi
You’ll depart Tbilisi this morning, but we won’t travel far before our first stop of the day. Mtskheta was the capital city long before Tbilisi and it remains one of Georgia’s most important religious centres to this day. You’ll enjoy a guided tour of Djvari Church (6th century) and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century), both of which feature on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Moving on, we’ll head in the direction of the second largest city in the country, Kutaisi, making a slight detour to admire the stalactites and stalagmites of Prometheus Cave.Overnight near Kutaisi. (B,D).
Day 4. Kutaisi - Gelati - Bagrati - Akhaltsikhe
The energy and passion invested in the sale of livestock throughout the Caucasus makes a trip to an animal bazaar a highlight of any trip. We’ll look on as the farmers haggle to get the best price for what they’ve reared. Then it’s time to move on, and we have another pair of UNESCO sites lined up. The Gelati Monastery and Academy Complex dates from the 12th century and was constructed on the edge of a steep gorge overlooking the Tskaltsitela River. Its many murals, mosaics and mediaeval works of art make this an extraordinary destination for anyone with an interest in Georgia’s rich heritage. After a visit to Bagrati Cathedral we’ll make our way to Akhaltsikhe where we will spend the next two nights. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. (B,D).
Day 5. Akhaltsikhe - Vardzia - Akhaltsikhe
One of the many delights of a visit to Georgia is to explore its vast subterranean cities. This underground world is best represented by the cave city of Vardzia, which was excavated from the slopes of Mount Erusheti on the bank of the River Kura. There, around 300 caves were once purposed for churches, refectories, wine cellars and private dwellings. After we’ve explored, we’ll drive to Rabati Fortress. Inside we’ll look around its fascinating Ethnographic Museum before returning to Akhaltsikhe. Overnight in Akhaltsikhe. (B,D).
Day 6. Akhaltsikhe - Borjomi - Gori - Uplistikhe - Tbilisi
Some of Georgia’s most interesting historical events took place in the last two hundred years. Driving via Borjomi and its pretty park, the city of Gori is the star of today’s itinerary. It’s claim to fame is that it was the birthplace of Joseph Stalin, the Soviet leader known for taking a hard line on political matters. The museum devoted to his life offers an insight not only into key events but also into how the Georgians view their infamous compatriot. Near Gori lies one of the most interesting places on the ancient Silk Road – Uplistikhe. A guided tour has been arranged of this cave city, after which we’ll drive back to Tbilisi. Tonight, a special performance of folk dancing and a traditional meal awaits. Overnight in Tbilisi. (B,D).
Day 7. Tbilisi - Alaverdi - Napareuli – Gremi - Signagi
Georgia boasts an 8000 year tradition of viticulture and the techniques used are quite different to those favoured in France, Germany or Italy. Today you’ll explore the region of the country most associated with wine growing, Kakheti. There are visits to Alaverdi Monastery and the royal citadel and the Church of the Archangels which form the Gremi complex. A wine tasting has been arranged at the Twins Wine Cellar in Napareuli. This afternoon, we’ll continue on to the picturesque town of Sighnaghi. Its cobbled streets, fortified walls and views across lush valleys make it one of the prettiest towns in the country. Overnight in Sighnaghi. (B,D).
Day 8. Signagi - Bodbe - Azerbaijan border - Sheki
Today’s the day we cross the border into Azerbaijan. But we can’t leave without seeing Bodbe Monastery, just a couple of kilometres down the road from Sighnaghi. It’s dedicated to St Nino, who preached Christianity here in the 4th century. At Lagodekhi you’ll cross the border and meet your Azeri guide. Taking the road to Sheki, you’ll stop at the village of Kish. The main monument is an Albanian church whose history can be traced back to at least the 6th century, perhaps even as early as the 1st century. Under glass, you can see the bones of people buried here many centuries ago. These people would have looked very different to those who live in the Caucasus today, with blonde hair and a tall physique, giving rise to the village’s nickname “land of Atlantis”. Overnight in Sheki. (B,D).
Day 9. Sheki - Shamakhi - Baku
Sheki is the oldest city in Azerbaijan and was founded as a Silk Road city. It’s worth looking around the history museum to learn a little about how the place has developed and altered over the years. You’ll also pay a visit to the Khan’s summer palace. With floral motifs on its elaborate façade and beautiful frescoes adorning the interiors, this is an insight into the lavish world of the rich and powerful. No expense was spared to create mirrored balconies, decorations of Venetian glass and paintings of hunting scenes. A casualty of time is the garden, however, as only two trees remain. Our second stop is at Shamakhi. Once the capital of the Shirvan Empire, it’s now more famous as a centre for wine-making. You’ll visit the Yeddi Gumbez mausoleum and also the Diri Baba tomb. From there we’ll drive to Baku. Overnight in Baku. (B,D).
Day 10. Baku
The capital of Azerbaijan has changed dramatically in recent years, its booming economy and 21st century architecture built on the profits from oil. From a lofty vantage point, you’ll take in the views over the city and Baku Bay. You’ll easily spot the capital’s best known trio: the recognisable shapes of the Flame Towers. We’ve arranged a guided tour of Baku’s old town, the Icheri sheher, bounded on three sides by thick walls and on the fourth by the Caspian Sea. This city within a city is crammed full of historic monuments and noteworthy buildings, including the Shirvanshah Palace, home of the Shahs and the Maiden Tower, which predates the palace. Silk route trade from Russia to Iran brought great wealth and with it the construction of mosques, caravanserais and bathhouses, many of which remain to this day. Overnight in Baku. (B,D). 
Day 11. Baku - Gobustan - Yanar Dag - Baku
Today’s sightseeing takes us to Gobustan where you’ll see petroglyphs and other ancient sites. Over 6000 rock carvings depict primitive people, animals, battles, ritual dances, camel caravans and even bullfights, dating back 5,000 to 20,000 years. The area is also home to many mud volcanoes. You’ll also visit Yanar Dag, continuously burning thanks to the gases which escape from the rocks. No wonder Azerbaijan is often called “the fire country”. Overnight in Baku. (B, D).
Day 12. Baku
Sadly, your Caucasus adventure draws to a close today. A driver will have you at the airport in good time for your flight home. (B)


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Hotel Dolabauri
Tbilisi 3*
Hotel Coste
Tbilisi 4*
Hotel Sani
Kutaisi 3*
Hotel Tskaltubo Plaza
Kutaisi 4*
Hotel Tiflisi
Aklatsikhe 3*
Hotel Lomsia
Akhaltsikhe 4*
Diplomat Hotel
Baku 3*
Central Park Hotel
Baku 4*



Hotel Dolabauri Tbilisi 3*
Address: 1a Dolabauri Street, Tbilisi, Georgia
Telephone: +995 322 27 73 73

DESCRIPTION
Located on the north bank of the Mtkvari River a short distance from the main sights, the Hotel Dolabauri is close to public transport. It is a modern four star hotel which is decorated in a classic yet contemporary style. Every room is air-conditioned and have ensuite bathrooms; some have views of the river or the hills beyond the city. Amenities include flat-screen TV and a minibar.

The hotel has its own restaurant which serves both Georgian and European dishes. There’s also an on-site bar. Free WiFi and a 24 hour front desk add to guests’ convenience.

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Hotel Coste Tbilisi 4*
Address: 45a Merab Kostava Str, Tbilisi, Georgia
Telephone: +995 32 219 11 11

DESCRIPTION
The newly renovated Costé Hotel is an excellent choice for discerning guests. Featuring contemporary design, it places a firm emphasis on service as well as style. The hotel has many facilities aimed at enhancing guests’ stay, including a library and wine corner, free WiFi and free on-site parking. Its restaurant offers Georgian and European cuisine.
 
The 60 rooms are well equipped and have air conditioning, a seating area and flat screen TV with cable channels. The location just a short stroll from Rustaveli Avenue ensures you are at the centre of the action.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • 24 hour housekeeping
  • Concierge service
  • Business centre
  • Deposit boxes
  • Air-conditioning
  • Complimentary bikes rental
  • Free internet access
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Hotel Sani Kutaisi 3*
Address: 22 B D. Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Kutaisi, Georgia
Telephone: +995 571 77 75 34

DESCRIPTION
The Sani Kutaisi occupies a location within walking distance of Kutaisi’s central sights. It’s a short drive to Gelati Monastery, which can be found just 6.8 miles away. The comfortable rooms feature flat screen TV, desk, private bathrooms and free WiFi as standard. The hotel also provides other services such as laundry, luggage storage and a 24 hour front desk.

There’s an on-site coffee house and guests have the use of a shared kitchen should they wish to self cater. Kutaisi’s many restaurants are within easy reach.

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Hotel Tskaltubo Plaza Kutaisi 4*
Address: 15a Rustaveli St, Tskaltubo (near Kutaisi), Georgia
Telephone: +995 436 222 393

DESCRIPTION
Hotel Tskaltubo Plaza is located right in the centre of spa town Tskaltubo close to Kutaisi. It offers 76 rooms equipped with a tea and coffee maker, plasma TV, air conditioning, minibar, in-room safe, WiFi and telephone.
 
The hotel has its own restaurant serving both Georgian and European dishes and there’s also a terrace bar and patio area with live music, both perfect for relaxing.  The hotel offers a wide range of other facilities including a massage room, Finnish sauna and gym. There is car parking on site and free luggage storage.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • Room service
  • Private parking
  • Laundry services
  • Bar
  • Business centre
  • Medical treatments
  • Fitness centre
  • Sauna
  • Free internet access
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Hotel Tiflisi Aklatsikhe 3*
Address: 12 Aspindza Street, Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
Telephone: +995 568 11 11 88

DESCRIPTION
Rooms at the three star Hotel Tiflis are simply furnished in a contemporary style with modern bathrooms. Larger rooms feature a seating area with comfortable sofas. Situated in the centre of Akhaltsikhe, a ten minute walk to Rabati castle, the hotel has a bar and terrace as well as its own restaurant. Outside seating comes into its own in summer.

Rooms benefit from air conditioning, desk, kettle, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and ensuite bathrooms with shower and hairdryer. There’s a 24 hour front desk and free WiFi.

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Hotel Lomsia Akhaltsikhe 4*
Address: 10 Kostava Str., Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
Telephone: +995 365 222 001

DESCRIPTION
Located right at the heart of historic Akhaltsikhe, the Lomsia hotel is within easy reach of the town’s attractions. There are 63 well-equipped rooms offering a configuration to suit any party. All have a private bathroom with bath or shower, satellite TV and telephone. 
 
The hotel offers high speed WiFi throughout the building and there are several public spaces designed to offer relaxation and refreshment. The Tamar restaurant offers a selection of delicious Georgian dishes while the terrace is perfect for people watching while sipping a morning coffee. There’s also a bar and lounge area.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • Private parking
  • Laundry service
  • Business centre
  • Conference room
  • Air-conditioning
  • Free internet access
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Diplomat Hotel Baku 3*
Address: 185 Suleyman Rahimov Str., Baku, Azerbaijan
Telephone: +994 12 596 11 27

DESCRIPTION
Centrally located in downtown Baku a mile from Fountains Square, the newly constructed Diplomat Hotel is equally suited to holidaymakers and business travellers. Its 24 classic rooms and suites are equipped with flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers and free WiFi. Soundproofed windows make it easy to shut yourself away from the bustle of the Azeri capital when you wish.

The Diplomat Hotel offers a range of useful services for its guests, including airport pick up, room service, complimentary parking, laundry service, safety deposit boxes and a business centre. There’s a restaurant, located on the ninth floor to take advantage of sweeping views of the Caspian Sea, serving European cuisine and a buffet breakfast.

FACILITIES
  • 24 hour reception
  • 24 hour room service
  • Business centre
  • Private parking
  • Laundry service
  • Free internet access
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Central Park Hotel Baku 4*
Address: 165 Suleyman Rahimov Street, Baku, Azerbaijan
Telephone: +994 12 594 42 35

DESCRIPTION
This seventy room hotel bills itself as a “home away from home” and guests can be assured of comfortable surroundings and a warm welcome. Conveniently located just a five minute walk from Fountain Square in the heart of the city, this four star hotel’s rooftop restaurant, Beluga, affords spectacular views over the Caspian Sea.

Rooms are spacious and features include air-conditioning and spa bath as standard. There is free WiFi throughout the hotel and guests can also enjoy the on-site sauna and gym. Informal Café Mondo is the perfect place to relax with a coffee; after dusk you can enjoy a cocktail in front of a view which includes Baku’s iconic Flame Towers.

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