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It was great pleasure to walk throuhg Sighnaghi’s cobbled streets, enjoy the views to Alazani Valley. Although the day was pretty hot, we walked down the old streets, visited the open market. The towns is also known for its romance, it is said that couples...More
Our final full day today in Georgia - another Private tour covering Bodbe, Signagi and Kvareli - the latter in the heart of the Wine Region.
Our guide Irakli is also her Majesty’s Subject having lived in the UK for several years before returning to...More
City walls are really in the heart of Signagi and it’s main place of sightseeing. You need to go up to the hill and then you can enter this fortress and climb up to the tower to see the city from the roof top. Nice...More
We were going to Kanori on the way we passed through signagi City walls ...it was nice to know the history of the same.... these walls were built during war times to save the city from being attacked...when you cross by this road it is...More
Signagi is located in the Kakheti region of Georgia, settled since the Paleolithic period. Signagi as a settlement is first recorded in the early 18th century. In 1762, King Heraclius II of Georgia sponsored the construction of the town and erected a fortress to defend...More
King Erekle II constructed a defensive wall around the hill town of Signagi in the 18th century. Its towers were named for the surrounding villages, and the townspeople were meant to gather at their tower in times of trouble. It was a fun experience to...More