At first the travelers visit village Badiauri, where all villagers who live along the road are baking bread for daily use.
After getting experience about Georgian traditional way of baking bread, tourists will visit one of the most famous monasteries in the Georgia, Bodbe Monastery, the holy place for Georgian people, because there is buried St. Nino, who brought Christianity in Georgia in the middle of 4th century. According to the legend she had healing properties. The church acquired its current shape in the 9th century.
From Bodbe continue the way to Sighnaghi. Founded by the famous King Erekle II in 1772. Buildings in the city built in the style of southern Italian classicism with Georgian elements. A few years ago, Sighnaghi was restored and constructed. Since then a lot of tourists have visited the city to enjoy the stunning panorama, which opens on Alazani Valley. The town’s architecture is unique with old and modern components. Today Sighnaghi has additional status: it is known as a “City of Love”. Sighnaghi is famous for its eponymous castle, this is included in the list of the most famous and largest forts in Georgia. The city is surrounded with high defending wall, 4 km in length.
The next stop is village Velistsikhe to the wine cellar of XVI c. Here the guests can taste homemade wine and see how Georgians store wine in medieval time.
Then, the root lays towards Prince Chavchavadze Palace (XIX c) in village Tsinandali with wonderful French park and wine cellar. Here in wine cellar guests can taste different sort of local wines.
After exploring of Palace, guests will visit Wine factory-museum “Shumi” for another wine tasting and if desired, it’s available to purchase some bottles of wines locally from the factory.
At the end of the tour visit of Telavi - main city and administrative center of Kakheti region (100 km eastern from Tbilisi).
At the end of the tour, the guests return to Tbilisi via another road laid through Gombori pass (1620 m).