The capital city of Georgia with its skyscrapers and corporate offices mixed with the old Moscow architecture. Tbilisi is the capital of the country of Georgia. Its cobblestoned old town reflects a long, complicated history, with periods under Persian and Russian rule.
Its diverse architecture encompasses Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate art nouveau buildings and Soviet Modernist structures. Looming over it all are Narikala, a reconstructed 4th-century fortreChronicles Of Georgia
Tbilisi Lisi Trinity Lake : Tranquil oasis in the city, offering scenic walks, water sports, and stunning sunset views.
Holy Trinity Cathedral Church: The Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Tbilisi is the third-largest Orthodox cathedral in the world, and its golden dome is visible from all over the city.
Walking Street: A street where culture meets quality, an Arabic street in Georgia
Rike Park: a modern public park with picturesque views, flower gardens, and unique architectural features, including the Bridge of Peace and the Narikala Fortress cable car.
Bridge Of Peace: A modern marvel that spans the Mtkvari River, connecting the old and new districts of Tbilisi in a glittering embrace of light.
Domes Of Abanotubani: Domes of Abanotubani in Tbilisi: Brick domes of sulfur baths rise from a historic district, creating a unique and iconic skyline.
Nightlife Street : But one of the other draws was and continues to be Tbilisi’s incredible nightlife. While it has a reputation for its world-class techno scene,
Narikala Fortress: Established in the 4th century, Narikala Fortress has stood watch over Tbilisi for centuries, witnessing the city’s rise and fall, and offering visitors panoramic views today.
Mother Of Georgia: a Tbilisi landmark, embodies Georgian hospitality and strength with a wine cup and sword.
Meidan Bazaar: Take your memories in Georgia along with you at the bazaar where you can see a range of souvenirs and gifts at a nice place
The Dry Bridge Market: a bustling open-air flea market where you can find everything from Soviet memorabilia to handmade souvenirs to unique antiques.
Bazari Orbeliani: Bazari Orbeliani is a unique and unprecedented place in Georgia and in the whole region. This is a new space, which implies a new concept of restoring the historical market that existed in the historic part of Tbilisi since 1886. Bazari Orbeliani is the first food hall in the region
Mtatsminda Park: Tbilisi’s highest point, offers stunning city views, thrilling rides, and a funicular ride to the top.
Boating In The Heart Of The City
Cable car ride
Hot Air Balloon
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