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WELCOME TO TBILISI
Tbilisi, the capital city and economic, political and cultural center of Georgia has undergone many restorations, invasions, and a huge development from what it was centuries ago. It has lot to offer in term of fun and entertainment to the locals and tourists.
In the 5th century the city was founded by the Georgian King and became the capital in the 6th century. During your Tbilisi tour you will find this part of Caucus is rich in history and here you can see people of different nationalities living together, that’s why you can find here homes of various architectural styles. In the center you can see the modern streets and old narrow streets, particularly interests’ tourists.
You can notice in Tbilisi Christian churches, mosques and synagogues, closely located to each other which shows a high level of tolerance in the city. There are a good variety of bars, amazing restaurants and luxury hotels, but if you are looking for a cheap accommodation in Tbilisi, it will not be a problem. In public places, you can enjoy traditional Georgian cuisine and a tasty cup of coffee.
Nightlife of Tbilisi is very happening, with a variety of clubs, energetic life does not stop here; the people can always relax and have a drink at night. In your Tbilisi tour package you will get to know about the most interesting sights like Narikala Fortress, Sioni Cathedral, Vorontsov palace, Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Sameba cathedral, museums and other important places.
Old Tbilisi, where the main sights of the city are grouped and this is the area famous for its Sulphur bathhouses.
Shardeni Street is popular for plenty of Restaurants, open air Café-bars, Night Clubs and Galleries.
Holy Trinity Cathedral, this is one of the tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the World.
Narikala Fortress is one of the main attractions of Tbilisi which can be seen from any point within Old Tbilisi.
Gabriadze Theater, which was founded in 1981, became the first Georgian puppet theatre.
Rustaveli Avenue and Freedom Square is the center of the city, where many of the cultural, governmental and business facilities are located.
The Art Museum of Georgia is one of the most important and famous museums in the country. It displays around 140,000 items of art from various cultures and time periods.
Tbilisi Funicular is one of the best examples of cable railways in the world.
Museum of Georgia was constructed in 19th century and today, the Museum displays Georgia’s principal archaeological findings and thousands of artifacts of huge historical significance; animal remains.
The Dry Bridge is renowned for its flea market, where you can find art exhibitions, and antique items for sale.
Agmashenebeli Avenue is one of the most beautiful and longest streets of the city. Here you can find elegant historic buildings, painted entrances and distinctive architectural ornaments.
Book your Tbilisi holiday package now and be ready for exciting trip full of surprises.