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Mtskheta is the ancient capital of Georgia. Your wedding ceremony can be organised at the wine estate of Château Mukhrani – a fabulous castle with wine cellars, wonderful gardens and vineyards.
This makes for a beautiful venue with Georgian customs, cuisine, dance and folklore. Have the blissful polyphony choir and a local band in live performance as you get through your rituals. Rejoice and join in the Georgian dances – something you simply can’t resist!
Batumi is the second largest city of Georgia, located on the coast of the Black Sea in the country's southwest. The Adjarian Wine House in Batumi is a beautiful property built upon the ruins of an 18th century winery.
An absolute dream venue for couples craving a destination wedding that is magical. Welcome your guests with a glass of Checha, give them a tour of the cellars while they get geared up for a truly traditional Georgian wedding ceremony.
So you want to hold your wedding ceremony in the mountains? Then Kazbegi National Park is your choice! Located on the northern slopes of the mighty Caucasus range, Kazbegi has a mysterious aura about it.
Imagine a ceremony on top of a terrace overlooking the snow-capped Caucasus Mountains as the fireworks light your hearts and the splendid sky. Truly a fairy-tale atmosphere that you are the creator of!
Telavi is like a personal piece of paradise for to-be-wed couples. Located in the Kakheti region of Eastern Georgia, Telavi, surrounded by the famous Caucasus Mountains, is just 2 hours drive from Tbilisi. You will pass shepherds herding sheep & cattle, vineyards, meadows and forests on your way to Telavi.
Lopota Lake in Telavi is an hour and a half away from the main city and it is a paradise on earth for couples who dream of saying their wedding vows in style amongst nature’s wonders.
For a stress free, elegant and striking Georgian destination wedding, Tbilisi is steadily becoming the ‘go to’ choice among brides and grooms. Flanked by mountains on three sides and the Mtkvari River running right down the center of the city, and warm hot springs in many parts of the city simply makes it irresistible to explore.
An interesting venue in Tbilisi is the Wedding Palace - a building designed by architect Victor Djorbenadze. It was built in 1984 as a wedding venue.
What happens at a Hens’ party stays at a hens’ party! That’s what you would like right? So, why not hire a private space for you to go crazy at your bachelorette party?
You could opt for an apartment, a closed café or even a villa with a pool. Splash about in the day and by night get your own DJ to play up the beats while you and your buddies have a great time hanging out, playing naughty games and drinking and eating into the night.
Batumi in Georgia is the party capital. Batumi is the place people come looking for warm sea, cool clubs and a never-ending holiday atmosphere.
Spend a lazy afternoon at the beach, enjoy water sports, sip on cold beers, knock around at the pool table and then get ready to party into the wee hours of the morning.
Batumi has a number of clubs, live music performances and beach parties too. You can also organise your own private beach and barbecue party here.
Walk through this lovely city as you discover the many small alleys and lanes. Visit the Temple Metekhi, situated on a high cliff overhanging the bank of the river Mtkvari.
Take in the picturesque views of the Old Tbilisi. An important historical part of the city is Abanotubani with the famous Sulphur Baths.
Visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, popularly known as Sameba. Walk across the Bridge of Peace - a footbridge across the river Kura, made of a metal frame and fully covered with glass.
End your day with a walk down Shardeni Street - a small pedestrian street, one of the single centers of the city’s cultural and social life.
The Narikala Fortress has seen centuries of history. The castle impresses you with its high walls, and its impregnability of towers, situated on Mount Mtatsminda, offering a magnificent view of the whole of Tbilisi.
Founded in the IV century, it was initially called the Citadel Shuris-Tsikhe that is translated as "enviable stronghold”, but during the Mongol intrusion it received a new name - the Naryn-Kala, which is translated in Mongolian as "Small Fortress". It is now fifteen hundred years old; the fortress still overlooks the ever growing Georgian capital.
A sixth century, World heritage site as declared by UNESCO, Jvari Monastery stands on the rocky mountaintop at the confluence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi rivers, overlooking the town of Mtskheta, which was formerly the capital of the Kingdom of Iberia.
There is also a pillar inside the cathedral made of a cedar tree that is said to have cured diseases and healed blindness when touched.