Climb the street of stairs and take a look of the ancient city of red roofs from above! Do not miss any single narrow corner of Tbilisi, with a smell of centuries lingering around! Unveil the stories of old houses and get inspired with the spirit of the city that survived for centuries. The Georgian capital city dates to the 5th century AD and has long been an important cultural and political center of the Caucasus. The downtown is better be walked, so you can better observe the details!
We will meet you at Konka (horsecar) - in the very center of Tbilisi downtown. It appeared in Tbilisi in 1883 and was used for carrying goods. In 1904 it was replaced by a tram, but people could not part with it.
We will walk along shardeni street - Worth walking it and enjoying the festive mood of colorful cafes and restaurants all along this street.
Abanotubani - the name given to the district in the Old Town of Tbilisi where there is a whole street of public bathhouses that use the sulphurous waters of the many hot springs in this area. The bathhouses are located below ground level with only beehive-like domes visible on the surface.
Virgin Mary Metekhi church is located on the left bank of the river Mtkvari, resembling the church built on virgin Mary’s tomb in Gethsemane garden in Jerusalem.
Optional Lunch can be arranged at additional cost.
Cable car to Narikala Fortress - the views from where are phenomenal (which is exactly why the fortress was built where it was!)
Leselidze Street is situated in Sololaki district of Tbilisi City, full of vintage cafes and amazing architecture.
Freedom Square, formerly known as Lenin Square under the Soviet Union, is located in the center of Tbilisi at the eastern end of Rustaveli Avenue. Did you know that every street numbering starts from it's direction?
We finish the tour by exploring Rustaveli avenue - the Opera house, Rustaveli theater, parliament building and many more!