Warsaw (Poland) – Stryi (Ukraine) – 1 day ~450 km
Rijeka (Croatia) – Stryi (Ukranie) – 2 days ~1050 km
Stryi – Odessa / Chornomorsk – 3 days ~850 km
Chornomorsk (Ukraine) – Poti (Georgia) – 2 days ~1100 km (Ferry)

Itereresting for us:

  • The Odessa Catacombs – network of tunnels under the Odessa city, mostly resulted of stone mining and smuggling. The Catacombs are on three levels and reach a depth of 60 metres below sea level. It is one of the world’s largest labyrinth running up to 2,500 kilometers.


Poti (Black Sea Coast) – Armenian Border – 1 day, ~350 km

Interesting for us:

  • The Palace of the Romanov Boyars in Abastumani – abbandoned ruins of Romanovs summer residence
  •  Rabati  – a medieval castle complex in Akhaltsikhe, Georgia. Built in the 9th century, initially it was called the Lomisa Castle until it was conquered by Ottomans.
  • Khertvisi fortress – one of the oldest fortresses in Georgia and was functional throughout the Georgian feudal period. The fortress was first build in the 2nd century BC (the church in 985), and the present walls build in 1354. As the legend says, Khertvisi was destroyed by Alexander the Great.


Armenian Border – Iran Border 2 days, ~650 km

Interesting for us:

  • Orbelian’s Caravanserai – the best preserved caravanserai in Armienia, located along the Vardenyats Mountain Pass (previously Selim Mountain Pass) at a height of 2410 meters above sea level. Built in 1332, by prince Chesar Orbelian to accommodate weary travelers and their animals as they crossed from, or into, the mountainous Vayots Dzor region.
  • The Tatev Monastery – a 9th-century Armenian Apostolic monastery located on the edge of a deep gorge of the Vorotan River. Tatev is known as the bishopric seat of Syunik and played a significant role in the history of the region as a center of economic, political, spiritual and cultural activity.