Sighnaghi, Georgia

Travel Blogs from Sighnaghi

Sighnaghi Travel Blogs (21)
Bodbe Monastry: Resting Place of St Nino, Sighnaghi, Georgia travel blog

Bodbe Monastry: Resting Place of St Nino

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy

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... robust defensive walls intersected by 23 towers, each named after nearby villages and their respective families. At the time, Sighnaghi (a derivative of a Turkish word for "shelter") was inhabited by merchants and artisans and the many fortress gates are ...

Sighnaghi - wine country, Sighnaghi, Georgia travel blog

Sighnaghi - wine country

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... at other cars on long journeys to see who would wave back.   The boarder crossing was easy, and we are now in Sighnaghi, which the lonely planet describes as an "Italianate hilltop town" there are walls and a nunnery to see tomorrow.   14 May ...

The savannah in my fortress, Sighnaghi, Georgia travel blog

The savannah in my fortress

A travel blog entry by mkuechel


... and a few chachas later we are at least convinced about the alcohol content of the wine. Time then flies chatting about Georgia, the US and European's perceptions of Americans etc. As the night goes on the discussions become more and more philosophical... ...

City of Love, Sighnaghi, Georgia travel blog

City of Love

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... theme for promoting the village. But, he admitted, it could be because they issue marriage licences 24 hours a day. And Sighnaghi is a peaceful and extremely picturesque village. It is built on a plateau above the Alazani valley, the lovely church ...