Pick-up time – up to your choice: 09:00 – 16:00
Bodbe’s St. Nino’s Nunnery is a spiritual haven where visitors can visit the final resting place of Saint Nino, a key figure in converting Georgia to Christianity in the 4th century.
Both locations, Sighnaghi, known as the “City of Love,” and Bodbe Nunnery, make visitors dive into Georgia’s historical and cultural richness, with well-preserved architecture, 24/7 wedding house, and panoramic views of the Caucasus Mountains. There are perfect opportunities for stunning photographs and warm Georgian hospitality. Mentioned mix of history, culture, and romance creates a harmonious journey.
Meeting point: Tbilisi (The tour includes pick-up from the hotel)
End point: Tbilisi (The tour ends back at the pick-up point)
Your adventure begins when a private driver and a tour guide pick you up from your hotel in Tbilisi.
Duration: 45 minutes
The tour's first stop is where Saint Nino was buried in the 4th century. Bodbe is the final resting place of Saint Nino and offers a unique opportunity for a spiritual connection with this critical historical and religious figure. The well-preserved buildings and charming courtyards of St. Nino's Convent showcase the dedication of the nuns and offer a visual treat for architecture enthusiasts. The atmosphere and historical significance of Bodbe create an ideal setting for personal reflection.Bodbe offers a journey encompassing spiritual fulfillment, cultural enrichment, and architectural appreciation.
Duration: 1 hour
The second stop of the private tour is Sighnaghi. In Sighnaghi, you can explore the old town and wander through the narrow streets, buildings, and beautiful balconies. You will experience incredible views of Alazani Valley. A leisurely walk along the narrow streets full of colorful buildings will be an unforgettable exploration for you.
After the tour, we will drop you off at your hotel.
The tour operates in all weather conditions. Therefore, please dress according to the weather.
No one can enter a church in shorts; women must cover their heads.
A scarf or a hat - if you are a woman.