David Gareji

Trip To David Gareja Monastery in Georgia

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Beautiful mountains in Georgia, fly a kite in the dessert, and swim in the 5-star hotel's pool - here is our Trip to the David Gareja monastery complex. May 16, 2021 David Gareja Monastery complex probably is among the top tourist attractions in the Republic of Georgia you should visit. Located in the desert, bordering Azerbaijan this place provides very spectacular views. The best ways to get here are either by using your own vehicle or hiring a driver or booking a trip.


Day trip to David Gareji monastery complex and Sighnaghi

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At the end of November, my mother visited me again in Georgia. We decided to make a few easy day trips during her stay in Tbilisi. Our first day trip was to David Gareji Monastery complex and Sighnaghi. Although I've been to these places for a dozen of times, I never get bored of them. This time we took a road to David Gareji monastery complex via Rustavi town (which actually is a place I would love to return to take some urban photography), made a short stop at Gardabani to buy a freshly…


David Gareja Monastery Complex

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David Gareja Monastery complex probably is among top tourist attractions in Republic of Georgia you should visit. Located in the desert, bordering with Azerbaijan this place provides very spectacular views. Best ways to get here is either by using your own vehicle or hiring a driver or booking a trip. The monastery complex includes hundreds of cells, churches, chapels, refectories and living quarters hollowed out of the rock face. David Gareja Monastery Complex in Georgia The complex was…


Udabno - Almost Forgotten Village in Georgian Desert

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Udabno is a small village located in distance some 50 km from Tbilisi. The chances you will visit this place is huge if you are visiting one of the most famous Georgia' s landmarks - David Gareji monastery complex. The main road from Tbilisi will take you through Udabno village if you are visiting David Gareji. When I first was at Udabno back in 2011 it seemed as completely abandoned place, but at the end of December, 2015 it looked that some people are actually living here, and even a Polish…