Do not miss any single view of the capital of Georgia you’ve seen on postcards! Check every ionic corner of it and collect memories you will never forget. Check behind old buildings to uncover the legends and we promise, during the tour, you will fall in love with the city for forever.
The history of Tbilisi dates back to at least the 5th century AD. You will visit the places that cannot be left out of sight and has never been – this is the city with a perfect balance between Persian, Soviet and contemporary architecture. Although many masterpieces have been lost that once adorned Tbilisi due the vicissitudes of life, there is still so much left to see – from the world’s oldest temples to the posh skyscrapers!
Pick up from your location and a drive to old part of the city
Rustaveli avenue to liberty square - most important historic point of the city.
We can walk from Tbilisi Freedom Square through it's surrounding narrow streets.
Cable lift to Narikala Fortress - the views from where are phenomenal (which is exactly why the fortress was built where it was!)
Optional Lunch can be arranged at additional cost.
Sameba cathedral - the largest one of the city. Located on Elia Hill on the left bank of the river, the grandiose Sameba Cathedral is considered to be a symbol of the renewed Georgian spirit that has flourished since regaining independence.
Abanotubani District – The Bathhouses - the history of bathhouses in Tbilisi stretches back over 2000 years, as people have long been attracted to the hot, healing water.
Tbilisi open air Ethnographic Museum - displaying the examples of folk architecture and craft-work from various regions of the country.
Drop-off back to your hotel door.