Visit open-air Ethnographical Museum in Tbilisi and drive to Lower Kartli region: excursion in Bolnisi Sioni - the most prominent architectural masterpiece of the 5th c. in Georgia. This exemplary basilica with three naves preserves the samples of the oldest inscriptions in written Georgian language. Visit Dmanisi ruins: In 2004, during the excavations in Dmanisi, a human scull was discovered there which proved to be the oldest human remains ever found on the territory of Europe. This fact shifted the period of the first human inhabitants on the continent to the "date? of 1.8 million years ago, rendering Dmanisi as the "birthplace of the first Europeans". Return in Tbilisi.