Tbilisi is a city with a rich history and magnificent architecture. Traditions that are hundreds of years old are alive here. One of them is the well-known Georgian hospitality. There are many ancient and modern places of interest to visit. 1001guide advises you to start your exploration of the Georgian capital with a city excursion with a English-speaking guide. After the walk, you can taste excellent Georgian wine and national cuisine in one of the local restaurants; prices are quite affordable here.
Places to see in Tbilisi
- The old town consists of two parts. One of them was restored and prepared for tourists. There are many historical monuments - ancient temples and old mansions, palaces and shops. Another part of the old city has never been restored; people here still live in dilapidated old houses.
- Rustaveli Avenue - the cultural life of the capital is concentrated here; this is the central street of Tbilisi. The avenue is decorated with slender plane trees; it is a great place for walking and sightseeing.
- The city has many temples and sites with ancient history; you can learn about them on an excursion with a personal guide. These are Metekhi temple, Narikala fortress, Anchiskhati church, Tsminda Sameba cathedral, pantheon on Mount Mtatsminda, sulfur baths. All this should be included in your excursion program.