Enjoy a city that is multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-religious on the crossroads of history, a city neither European nor Asian but a heady blend of both East and West where you can find Georgian Orthodox, Armenian Gregorian and Roman Catholic churches, a synagogue, a mosque and a Zoroastrian temple all within a 5-minute walk of each other together with old narrow streets and antique buildings, modern glass constructions and peaceful parks. Taste the delicious Georgian cuisine and enjoy the renown Georgian hospitality.
Rustaveli Avenue, this busy street, that was laid out in the 19th century and is named after the great 12th century Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli, is now at the heart of 21st century Tbilisi. Our tour will take you pass the Moorish-style opera house and the theatre, the Russian Viceroy’s palace and the Parliament building, not to mention the dozens of cafés, restaurants and shops along the way.
Qarvasia – the museum of History & Art or the Galarea Carmea full of Modern Art, the Georgia National Gallery and Museum are well worth a visit. Don’t miss the Statue of Clocks near to the Galaktioni Bridge by the talented modern artist Tamar Kvesitadze. Make time to visit the famous Sulphur Baths originally built in the 17th Century and produce 3 million litres of water every day. To make your visit to the baths complete, make sure to take the invigorating massage.