Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia is eclectic, modern and multicultural.
Jun 28, 2019
Stroll in the Rike Park along Mtkvari River.
Take a cable car from the Park to Narikala Fortress.
Wander through the maze-like, cobblestone streets of Old Town.
Visit the futuristic Rike Park Music Theatre and Exhibition Hall.
Take a walk on the glass and steel pedestrian bridge- The Bridge of Peace crossing over the Kura river from Rike park to reach the old town. The blinking lights you see, broadcast the message of peace among people and nations.
Take a boat cruise across the Kura river to see the beautiful panoramic evening view of the city.
Visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral in the evening to see the mesmerising view of the golden dome and arches in the lights.
Have fun at Mtatsminda Park - amusement park at the highest point of the city.
Enter the puppet world at Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theatre to watch the hit and popular ‘Battle of Stalingrad’ and other performances.
Keep a watch-out for the Angel mannequin coming out to strike the bell every hour at the Leaning Clock Tower; attached to the Gabriadze Theatre.
Meet up with the locals at the bars in the cozy Jan Shardeni Street to share a bottle of Chacha (a local favorite brandy) or shisha.
Gorge on some local cuisine. Sample the local varieties of cheese- Sulguni and Imeruli or the dumplings.
Unwind at the beautifully decorated Sulphur Baths in the old town. The healing hot sulphuric springs are favorite with the locals as well as the visitors.