With our wonderful guide – a expert of the city you will learn Tbilisi and love it. At our walk we will see the Old Tbilisi with its unique Italian courtyards and intricate architecture. New Tbilisi is a whole set of unusual design decisions affecting their beauty. You also will find useful and practical information about the city and Georgia. Where to buy good wine, where to eat and buy souvenirs for friends.
Old Tbilisi, Italian Courtyard
Marionette Theatre Gabriadze
The oldest Tbilisi Anchiskhati Church, built in the V century
Residence Patriarch of Georgia
Bridge of Peace
Tbilisi Cathedral Synagogue
Armenian Church of Surb Gevorg, XIVvek
Sioni Cathedral, IIX-XI century
Tbilisi Mosque, XIXvek
The oldest urban area Abanotubani (sulfur baths district).
Inzhirovoe gorge with a waterfall
Metekhi Temple, XI century
Narikala Fortress and the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity
There is a legend about the appearance of Tbilisi: Georgian King Vakhtang Gorgasali (V century), pheasant hunting shot, he fell in the sulfur springs and welded. In place of these warm sulfur springs and built a warm Tbilisi (tbili – in Georgian means warm). Presumably in the same place where the hunting king built a fortress Narikala. Today, at the foot of the fortress is Abanotubani district and the famous Tbilisi sulfur baths. Warm sulfuric water flows into the bath directly out of the ground, it is very useful for the skin and the organism as a whole.
By the fortress we will ascend by cable car. There are wonderful views of the city. You can make wonderful pictures and see Tbilisi citadel heights. Down we go down the street Vifliemskoy – ladder in an urban area Sololaki. From our bus will take you to the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity Sameba.
Mtatsminda the holy mountain, in the V century in a cave on her elephant lived especially revered in Georgia Saint David Gareji. In the XIX century over the cave of St. David Temple, and grew up around the Pantheon was built. The first buried in the Holy Mount of the Russian writer and diplomat Alexander Griboyedov. His tomb, and beside the grave of his wife, Nina Chavchavadze, are still here. From Saint David we rising above the observation deck at the top of the mountain, where in good weather can be seen the snowy peaks of the Greater Caucasus.
End of our big tour in Tbilisi wine cellar. You will be able to taste and buy the best wines in Tbilisi. Here, a professional sommelier will tell you in detail the history of Georgian wine, how to choose a wine and how to combine it with a meal. This information is very useful to you in your future travels to Georgia.
Children under 6 years – FREE
For children from 6 to 12 years – 50% discount
English speaking guide;
The cost of an individual tour depends on the number of guests, contact the manager for more information by e-mail