Tbilisi is the capital of the country of Georgia.
On our last day in Georgia we explore the beautiful capital city – “Tbilisi”.
You will be amazed by its cobblestoned old town reflects a long, complicated history, with periods under Persian and Russian rule.
It’s diverse architecture encompasses Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate art nouveau buildings and Soviet Modernist structures. Looming over it all are Narikala, a reconstructed 4th-century fortress, and Kartlis Deda, an iconic statue of the “Mother of Georgia.”
Tbilisi’s many celebrated churches include the post-Soviet Sameba Cathedral, 6th-century Anchiskhati Basilica and clifftop Metekhi Church, which overlooks the Mtkvari River. The city’s main boulevard, Rustaveli Avenue, is lined with upscale stores, cafes and museums.
This instution include the Georgian National Museum, with a vast collection of pre-Christian archaeological finds, and the National Gallery, displaying 20th-century and contemporary Georgian artworks. To the south, the neighborhood of Abanotubani is known for its dome-shaped sulphur bathhouses, many of which were built in the 17th century.
Contact Person :
I could recommend the BEST TOUR GUIDE OF GEORGIA
Name : Mama “GIA BULAURI”
Contact Number/Whatsapp : +995 593 000370
“He is very personable, friendly, and above all, so passionate about traveling and sharing his country to us that his enthusiasm overflows like water from a ruptured fire hydrant. As a guest, I can sense his excitement and it is infectious. I’ll leave the tour feeling like I just hung out with a long time friend and I can’t wait to go back. If all tour guides are GREAT like Mama Gia, I’d gladly take more tours!”