Explore Tbilisi Georgia’s capital

Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, is one of the most ancient and fascinating cities in Eastern Europe to explore. Famous throughout Europe for its hospitality , Tbilisi is a hip and picturesque city offering fascinating architectural contrasts. Buildings from hundreds of years ago share spaces with modern crystal constructions for a fascinating ambiance. It’s a gem to be discovered and there are so many things to do in Tbilisi!So let’s travel in

Tbilisi has so much to offer the culture-loving traveller. There’s an eclectic mix, where centuries of history combine with a contemporary feel, giving Georgia’s capital a unique edge. Georgia is one of the oldest wine regions in the world, and Georgians love pairing their delicious wine with great food

#1- The Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi – walk from the future into nature

The newest parts of Tbilisi look like something straight out of a futuristic dream, and they are a wonderful place to start feeling the city. Walking over the  Bridge of Peace should be on top of your list of what to do in Tbilisi. A gorgeous 2010 construction honoring Georgia’s commitment towards transparency. The bridge was designed to resemble a marine animal, and it lights up at night due to bright, beautiful LEDs.Once you’re across, head to the  Botanical Garden in Tbilisi, a 161-hectare green area that power walkers cannot miss. This luscious and jungle-like garden was created nearly four centuries ago, perhaps in the 1620s. Once a royal garden, it now hosts over 3,500 plants, plus several waterfalls and bridges to connect with nature in the middle of the city.

#2-The Narikala Fortress – bask in history overlooking the city

Built in the 4th century,  Narikala fortress is a testament to the hundreds of years of Tbilisi history – and it’s also a great walk for visitors. Up in a hill overlooking the city, it was built for protection when Tbilisi was first founded. Further rulers expanded it to turn it into one of the greatest treasures of the many invasions to Georgia and the country’s tumultuous history.

To experience the fortress fully, take the Narikala Tourist route, a beautiful trail that starts at the Botanical Gardens and ends up by the Mother Georgia statue. It’s the perfect little hike!


#3- Relax at the Sulfur Baths in Tbilisi
On the other side of Narikala, perhaps the most iconic Tbilisi landmark awaits: the sulfur baths . Located in the Abanotubani, just outside the Old City, the baths were built by ancient kings to take advantage of the natural hot sulphur springs. Tbilisi means “warm place,” and it was so named because the entire city was built around these hot waters.
The actual baths are old brick buildings in varying colors, usually with big domes. They retain influences from Arab occupations, with beautiful mosaics in lovely houses. The buildings are very aesthetically pleasing, but people visit from miles away to take advantage of all the health benefits of the baths. Not only are they relaxing, but they’re wonderful for skin problems! A must among places to visit in Tbilisi.


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