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Get To Know Tbilisi

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Freelance Guide

  • Locations

    Tbilisi, Georgia

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    From: $47 USD per trip
  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Everyday Tour

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Cable car Tickets!

  • Notes

    If you are ready, then let's go !


  • We will cover the most interesting places in the City!
  • We will start whenever you want!
  • Discover new places, amazing history, take best pictures!

Trip Info

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is a city which was founded in 5th century just on the place of Hot Sulfer Springs. This is place where you can find impressive buildings, built in modern styles, huge, massive monuments, standing next to old –rare buildings, the oeswhich were built I the end of XIX and beginning of XX centuries.

“Art Nuvo” – the style which was so popular in Saint-Petersburg and Riga, was brought to Tbilisi by Germans, under the name “Jungestill”.

In the XVI-XVII centuries, Tbilisi was a “pearl” of Caucasus, the biggest city in the area, the place that was attracting members of all civilizations. And what do you think? Who was living here?

Of course all these people, they were building all these things, they were defending the city, and their ancestors are living here till nowadays.

Tblisi is a place, where all kinds of people were dealing with each-other. They where living together and they started tradition of “Tbiliseli” (The one who was born in Tbilisi) and this was basic element of Georgian culture after XVI century.

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