Perched on the banks of Mtkvari River, and surrounded by mountains on three sides, Tbilisi, Georgia’s ancient and vibrant capital, will enchant you from the outset. Though small in size, the city has a lot to offer to its visitors, from its historical buildings and monasteries to its quaint cafes and elite restaurants. Reflecting a history with periods under Russian and Persian rule along with diverse architecture, this is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multi-cultural city in Georgia.
Be it Tbilisi’s dramatic valley setting, quaint charm, eclectic architecture or a range of authentic delicacies, it is the place where travellers enjoy making the most out of their Georgia vacations
. Further, the hipster culture, techno scene and weather have never failed to captivate the attention of travel connoisseurs.
Owing to its popularity as a historical, cultural and religious tourist destination, the city has earned its fame as the most cosmopolitan city of the South Caucasus region.
It is home to several attractions that can offer a quick glimpse into the city’s rich culture, magnificent architecture and glorious past. These include hot sulphur springs, Metekhi Church, Jvari Monastery, Royal Baths, Art Museum of Georgia and Svetitskhoveli Cathedral. One among the best places to visit in Tbilisi is a reconstructed 4th-century fortress, Narikala. For those who wish to experience the city’s vibrant shopping scene
, Tbilisi Mall, Flea Market, East Point and Galleria Tbilisi are some among the must-visit shopping destinations in Tbilisi. The city is equally popular for its dynamic and colourful nightlife. It is here that visitors can enjoy partying from dusk till dawn and relish some of the must-try Georgian delicacies at the well-known eating joints in Tbilisi.