Signagi or Sighnaghi is a town in Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti and the administrative center of the Signagi Municipality. Although it is one of Georgia’s smallest towns, Signagi serves as a popular tourist destination due to its location at the heart of Georgia’s wine-growing regions, as well as its picturesque landscapes, pastel houses and narrow, cobblestone streets. Located on a steep hill, Signagi overlooks the vast Alazani Valley, with the Caucasus Mountains visible at a distance.
Kakheti Traditional Winery: offers visitors a chance to learn about the ancient Georgian winemaking tradition and sample delicious wines made in qvevri (clay pots).
Signaghi Khareba Wine Tunnel: Khareba Wine Tunnel in Sighnagi is a 7.7 kilometer underground wine cellar carved into the Caucasus rock massif, where over 25,000 bottles of wine are aged and preserved in ideal conditions.
Bodbe Monastery Of St. Nino Sighnaghi City: a 9th-century Georgian Orthodox nunnery with a three-nave basilica built over the grave of Saint Nino, the evangelist of Georgia, and offers stunning views of the Alazani Valley.
Alazani Valley: a wine lover’s paradise, with rolling vineyards and stunning views of the Greater Caucasus Mountains.
Sighnaghi Wall : Sighnaghi wall with the length of about 5 kilometers and 23 towers was built in King Erekle II’s times in 1770s. The fortress could accommodate almost all Kizikians in that period
Sighnaghi National Museum : Signagi Museum was established in 2007. It is the first high standard museum in Georgia.Signagi Museum exhibits Archeology, Ethnography and Medieval expositions.
April 9Th Park & WWII Memorial: a scenic park with a memorial dedicated to the state’s veterans of World War II.
David Gareja Monastery: a breathtaking complex of cave monasteries carved into the semi-arid landscape of Sighnaghi, Georgia, dates back to the 6th century.
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