The Georgian city of Mtskheta was founded in the V century BC. The area around is picturesque: the city is located at the confluence of two rivers and surrounded by mountains. There are many legends and myths associated with these regions. There were also events here that influenced the course of history.
In addition to the natural beauty, Mtskheta contains architectural and cultural attractions of different eras. Among them are active and abandoned temples, ruins of an ancient city, monasteries and even a fortress, which in former times had strategic importance.
There are wonderful panoramic views from the hills. There are few roads, but you can use them to get to any object of interest to tourists. It will not work to get lost here, and the locals will willingly point out the right way.