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Nice European style building in a beautiful garden. The story of the place is probably interesting but you will never now because everything is written in Georgian. Their is an English speaking guide, but she will not bother show you the place if you are...More
The Kakheti region of Georgia is no doubt one of the beautiful parts of the country. There is so much to see and do in this wine territory.
One the things I found very enjoyable and most interesting, was the Chavchavadze home/estate, which was just...More
The Chavchavadze Family Estate is exquisite - from the architecture to the French and Russian furniture and decor. The artwork and old photographs are incredible. There is an art gallery within the museum with an original Salvador Dali. The wine cellar is downstairs where you...More
This estate located in Tsinandali, was a good two hour drive (79 km) from Tbilisi...we made a day trip with stops at the St.Nino monastory and a few other places. Not on the top of priorities, but recommended if you have some extra days, for...More
Tsinandali house museum is very nice and calm place. when you get there, you will have a guided tour, coz its prohibited to take a tour alone. In the end of the tour, you will have a small wine degustation, one glass of white wine...More
Maya told us Alexander Chavchavadze's life story with such passion that we could not stay indifferent. Must take a guided tour in this place, otherwise it is just another place with pictures on the walls and wine cellar.
Elegant and quiet. We walked through the village of Tsinandali to this well restored country estate. From the modern photos on the wall, it is still used for elegant gatherings. There is a tasting option, and the knowledgable tour guides, give tours in Russian and...More
I really enjoyed my visit to the Chavchavadze Estate. The admission ticket includes a personal guide and they offered many different languages. The estate has been restored and there are many historical family items and other authentic pieces on display. Be sure to ask the...More