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This is a fantastic chance to visit the beautiful Caucasian country Georgia! Discover its outstanding culture and nature, taste delicious food and the exquisite wines from Kakheti region or go skiing in famous Georgian mountain resorts! Pay visit to beautiful monuments like the Jvari Monastery and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, both declared by UNESCO as World Heritage sites.
In Georgia you will find marvelous architectural monuments. Go and explore the old churches and watchtowers perched in fantastic mountain scenery!
Stepantsminda (formerly Kazbegi), is a small town in the north-eastern Georgia settled at 1,740 m (5,710 ft). Dominated by large mountains on all sides, it is a center for mountain climbing. The picturesque Gergeti Trinity Church, located outside of town, is a popular waypoint for trekkers in the area. It can be reached by a steep 3 hour climb up the mountain, or around 30 minutes by jeep up a rough mountain trail.
To get more information visit Destination Fly4free: Georgia >> or check out this sample itinerary >>
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Milan – Kutaisi – Milan
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In Kutaisi we suggest you stay at 3* Hotel Kutaisi Globus with excellent reviews! Kutaisi Hotel is located a 10-minute walk from the city centre and offers free WiFi. The non-smoking rooms here feature air conditioning and a private bathroom
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