We dedicated some time to exploration of the capital of Georgia – Tbilisi. During the day we visited all the major attractions of the city. We started from the Holy Trinity Cathedral (“Sameba”) built in 21st c. and being the main Christian Orthodox cathedral in Georgia. We also visited Mtskheta which was the capital of Eastern Georgia in Iberia from 3rd c. BC to 5th c. AD. Historical monuments here: Jvari Monastery of 6th c. and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral of 11th c. – are included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We also visited the Prometheus Grotto when we traveled towards Svaneti region. This is a 1200 meters long Karst cave with 5 different shaped halls rich of stalactites, stalagmites, and other Karst figures formed millions of years ago. Tbilisi has many great sections – Narikala Fortress which you can go by cable car. Also, there is Legvtakhevi “Fig Ravine” which has a scenic waterfall. There’s Shardeni street, the neighborhood with Meidan square with lots of outdoor cafes, galleries, and souvenir shops. The National Museum of Georgia on the Rustaveli Avenue was also really amazing! There are many artifacts and rich ethnographic and archaeological collections from Paleolithic era to Middle Ages.