Tskneti is on the eastern slope of the Trialeti ridge, in the valley of the Vere river valley, 800-1,100 meters above sea level. During 1935-1936, an artificial pine, cedar, and cypress forest was planted around Tskneti.
The best time for a holiday in Tskneti is from May to November. During summer, when the temperature in Tbilisi reaches 35-370C, Tskneti is cooler, with an average July temperature of 200C.
Ceramics and tombs from the late Bronze Age have been discovered in Tskneti through archeological excavations. Tskneti is home to three small churches from the 17th-19th centuries: David the Builder (Agmashenebeli) monastery, St. George’s church, and St. Nino’s church.
Tskneti became relatively popular at the end of the 19th century, while the construction of the resort underwent in the mid-20th century.
Since then, it has been the most popular suburban resort in Tbilisi’s surroundings. Several shops, cafes, recreational squares, private residences, and country houses, including well-equipped family hotels, are open all year round.