One of the most distinctive pleasures of visiting Tbilisi is wandering through the Old City, with its old-style balconies, ancient churches, narrow streets, and charming shops.

Highlights during the tour: 

Metekhi Church, Sioni Cathedral & Anchiskhati Basilika - some of  the oldest surviving churches in TBILISI, which dates from the sixth century. 

Narikala Fortress- is one of the most famous and oldest historic sites of Tbilisi. It was established in the 4th century and was considerably expended over subsequent centuries. Much of what remains today dates from the 16th and 17th centuries. Narikala is situated on a steep hill between the Sulphur Baths and  Botanical Garden, overlooking the city and the Mtkvari River. 

Sulphur Baths - The bath district is called “Abanotubani”.  It catches one’s eye immediately with its small, brick domes on the ground level. The sulfur waters are naturally warm and in a way represent the icon of the city since the well-known legend of how Tbilisi was founded is associated with the warm springs of the sulfur waters.

Legvtakhevi (Waterfall) - one of the oldest district in Tbilisi is "Legvachtahvi Gorge" - or simply  "the gorge of figs", as there were many fig trees in this area in the past. The gorge is easily reached through the paths and small bridges - including an amazing love padlocks' bridge. There is an appealing little waterfall at the end of the path. There is a nice view to the typical  Georgian colorful houses, with their open carved balconies. 

Peace Bridge - is a bow-shaped pedestrian bridge, which stretches 150 meters (490 ft.) over the Mtkvari (Kura) River, linking the Rike Park with Old town. 

Gabriadze Theatre - founded by and named after Georgian artist, screenwriter, stage director, painter, sculptor and puppeteer, Revaz (Rezo) Gabriadze. Theatre with the clock-tower represented by the artist has height of nearly four-story building and is designed as a unique architectural object that creates a magic effect of a fairy tale and complements the scenery of old Tbilisi streets. Together with the theatre and clock-tower, there is a small café, offering Georgian and European dishes to customers since 1988. Everything in the interior of the café starting from the paintings and posters on the walls to the sculptures and ceramics, from the tables and chairs to the curtains on the windows were designed by the artist who can frequently be seen at the site.

Lado Gudiashvili Square - one of the most beautiful square in Tbilisi. You can hardly find a place much more romantic than this. The buildings around the square represent rich culture of the capital.

Wine tasting - Tbilisi is famous for its local wine cellars, so you won't miss the opportunity to visit one of the oldest one.


To explore Tbilisi better, visitors will visit traditional spice & sweet shop, old carpet workshops,  and other remarkable places.