The Best of Tbilisi Walking Tour
|Planning a trip to Georgia? Why Tbilisi is trendy as a holiday destination? Looking for the top sightseeing places in Tbilisi? The City of Great Charm offers a long collection of museums, buildings, markets, baths, and top attractions that you must visit once in a lifetime. Which are Tbilisi’s best attractions? The Old Town is just the beginning of the city’s charms. The vibrant and contrasting city offers you the chance to discover some of the richest examples of Caucasian history. Get stunned by the streets full of history and beautiful architectural examples, which survived across the ages. Get ready to experience Georgia from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about one of the most ancient European cities.|
- Professional local tour guide
- Sulfur Baths Admission Fees
Route & Duration
Mother of Georgia Tbilisi
Kartlis Deda, also known as the Mother of Georgia, is a monument in Tbilisi, Georgia's capital city. It was built on the summit of Sololaki hill in 1985, the year Tbilisi commemorated its 1500th birthday. Elguja Amashukeli, a well-known sculptor in Georgia, created it to represent the Georgian national spirit by having her left hand carrying a bowl of wine to meet those who arrive as friends and her right hand holding a sword to greet those who come as foes.
Narikala, also known as the Mother Fortress of Tbilisi, is a cultural historical site in Georgia that was built in the 4th century, at the time the city was formed. It was destroyed by an earthquake in 1827 and rebuilt in 1996. They provide some of the greatest views of the city at every bend and are especially enjoyable at night when the city lights flare below.
The Sulfur Baths are located in Tbilisi's spa area, which is noted for its beautiful brick homes and sulfur bathhouses. Aside from being extremely soothing, the bathhouse is supposed to provide other health benefits. The sulfur in the water helps with dry skin, rashes, joint pain, acne, and other skin issues.
The Bridge Of Peace
The Bridge of Peace is a bow-shaped pedestrian bridge made of steel and glass that spans the Kura River and connects Rike Park to the Old Town in central Tbilisi. Since its completion in 2010, the building has served as a major pedestrian crossing in the city, as well as a prominent tourist attraction and one of the capital's most well-known sights.
On price include guide service and entrance fee (6 GEL = 2 EUR for an adult, children free up to 6 years old).
By the Monument of St. George at Georgian Bus Shuttle Stop (Tbilisi, Georgia).
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.