Vardzia Vacation Packages
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is about 90 miles (145 kilometers) to the east of Vardzia.
To discover why so many tourists decide on Georgia as a travel destination, ensure you and your companions schedule in some time to explore the region. You'll also find Kutaisi, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast, and Akhaltsikhe 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north.
To learn about local culture, head to Georgia's history museums, theaters and art galleries. If you're in the hunt for things to see that won't wreak havoc on the budget, why not take a little tour of Georgia's many outdoor popular open-air museums.
Local tours are a great way to experience places only locals know. Join one of the winery tours, guided nature walks and city walking tours. If you visit during winter, have a go at some of the local wintersports including skiing and snowboarding. These are popular in the region.
Sampling local food is often so much more than mere sustenance. It is a way of understanding the way of life in Georgia. Ingredients commonly found in a number of Georgia recipe books are cheese and beans. Two regional delicacies worth tracking down are fruit cobblers (dumpling) are brunswick stew. Berries is a local last course. You will see locals and tourists alike ordering Argo; it's one of the most typical drinks in Georgia. Alazani and Akhasheni and wines from other grape varietals feature on the wine menus of many restaurants in this region. To wrap up your dining experience, order tea. This is a common non-alcoholic drink in this region.
There is a saying: it's better to see something once than to hear about it many times over. With its magnificent beauty Georgia will not disappoint you.