Mtskheta was declared a “City Museum” and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is located at the confluence of the Aragvi and Kura rivers. Mtskheta and its surroundings (“Great Mtskheta”), as one of the oldest settlement, have attracted the attention of analysts interested in historical antiquities from XIX century.
Mtskheta region is very interesting for tourists with its history, culture, museums, churches and monasteries, which creates a great potential for development of cultural and pilgrim tourism. There are a lot of cultural (Higher Education Institutions, Theater, Museum) and architectural monuments there.
Places tu Visit
Gergeti Sameba (Trinity)
Shiomgvime monastic complex