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Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and is the place where the action and excitement part of the Georgian lifestyle can be witnessed best. Most of the attractions in Tbilisi are historical buildings and monasteries but the popular sulphur baths are what has earned the city its name as the term ‘tbili’ means warm. Tbilisi is the best place to admire the Georgian architecture as is evident in the surrounding buildings and those that have been built time and again in the violent history of this amazing city. Take a Tbilisi flight to fall in love with all that this Georgian capital has to offer, from its historical buildings and monasteries to its quaint cafes and elite restaurants.
Tbilisi has a moderately humid subtropical climate and has a chilly temperature throughout the year.
It is best to take a Tbilisi flight from mid-April to October. April and May are the downpour months and July is the hottest month. Hence, Tbilisi flights should be avoided during these times. Tourists should make sure that they have sweaters for the cold evenings because the weather becomes colder as one moves from east to west.
Tbilisi International Airport, located 17 kilometers from Tbilisi’s city centre, is where all flights to Tbilisi will land. It is also Georgia’s main airport and serves as the hub for Georgian Airways, country’s national carrier, and directly connects Tbilisi to international destinations like Istanbul, Dubai, Doha, Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, and Moscow among others.
A flight to Tbilisi exposes you to its many delights. You can view the Narikala Fortress and Saint Nicholas Church, or walk through the streets of Old Tbilisi and savor eclectic sights like old balconies, charming shops and ancient churches – an experience you should not miss out on! Relish some traditional Georgian specialties like Khachapuriand Khinkhali at a traditional Georgian restaurant. Jvaris Mama Church or the Church of Saint George, Tbilisi’s largest synagogue, is another site you must visit.
Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport formerly Novo Alexeyevka International Airport, is the main international airport in Georgia, located 17 km (11 mi) southeast of the capital Tbilisi. The airport is currently served by flights such as Aegean Airlines with destination to Athens, Aeroflot to Moscow-Sheremetyevo, Air Arabia to Sharjan, Air Cairo to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh, AtlasGlobal to Istanbul-Atatürk, Azerbaijan Airlines to Baku, Belavia to Minsk-National, flydubai to Dubai-International, Georgian Airways to Amsterdam, Batumi, Kutaisi, Moscow-Vnukovo, Odessa, Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion, Rostov-on-Don, St Petersburg,Samara, Vienna and Yerevan, LOT Polish Airlines to Warsaw-Chopin, Mahan Air to Tehran-Imam Khomeini, Pegasus Airlines to Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen, Ukraine International Airlines to Kiev-Boryspil and Yanair to Kiev-Zhulyany. In addition to these, there are flights with destination to many other international airports.