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Tbilisi is the characterful and vibrant capital of Georgia. Its cobblestoned picturesque old town with a maze of squares and narrow lanes lined with pretty wooden houses, bohemian bars, inviting cafes, ancient stone churches, reflect a long, complicated history, with periods under Persian and Russian rule. Its diverse architecture encompasses Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate art nouveau buildings and Soviet Modernist structures.

Things to see & do…

Sioni Cathedral & Anchiskhati Basilica

Kartlis Deda (Mother Georgia) Monument

Narikala the ancient fortress

Funicular railway to the top of Mt Mtatsminda

Vardzia – sixth-century monastery


Minsk, the magical capital of Belarus, is famous for its Soviet architecture, with big concrete buildings and wide avenues. Many of its museums, theatres and other cultural attractions line Independence Avenue, a wide, 15km-long thoroughfare leading to vast Independence Square. Looming over this iconic plaza are massive KGB Headquarters and the neo-Romanesque Church of Saints Simon and Helena, also known as Red Church.

Things to see & do…

Chelyuskinites Park

National Library of Belarus
Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War

Church of Saints Simon and Helena

Aliaksandraŭski Garden Square


The ‘Land of Fire’, Azerbaijan is a tangle of contradictions and contrasts, neither Europe nor Asia! The historic capital Baku is located on the beautiful coastline of the Caspian Sea and is a city of two halves – with its Old City and a maze of alleys, mosques and historic buildings to its cutting edge shiny skyscrapers and modern architecture.

Things to see & do…

Palace of Shirvans & Maiden Tower

Fire Temple of Ateshgah

Rock art of Gobustan

Teze Bazar

Flame Towers


The Queen of the Danube, Budapest is actually made up of two cities, Buda and Pest which are divided by the Danube River. There is something for everyone – from dramatic history and grand architecture to the healing thermal baths, and its trendy cafes, arty pubs and nightlife that is unrivalled in Eastern and Central Europe.

Things to see & do…

St. Stephen’s Basilica

Gellert & Szechenyi Baths

Széchenyi Chain Bridge

Buda Castle

Central Market Hall

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