Tbilisi International Airport, located 17 kilometres from Tbilisi’s city centre, is Georgia’s main airport. It serves as the hub for Georgian Airways, country’s national carrier, and connects Tbilisi to the rest of the world via direct or connecting flights. Those travelling to Georgia can catch direct flights from international destinations like Istanbul, Dubai, Doha, Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, and Moscow among others.
Bus # 37 operating from the airport to the city centre and vice-versa every 30
Tbilisi has three main bus stations operating to and from international cities located
Regular trains ply from Yerevan, Armenia and Baku (Azerbaijan) to Tbilisi Central Station, the main station in Tbilisi.
Metros: Tbilisi has a two-line metro system intersecting at the Station Square (Sadguris Moedani I). Buy a Metromani travel card to travel by the Metro (the cards can be bought and re-charged at all stations). For those who speak neither Georgian nor Russian, worry not: Station names are announced in both, English as well as Georgian. The metro system operates from 07:00 hours until midnight.
Buses: Yellow coloured buses provide cheap and easy transpor...Show More
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Citizens of the United Arab Emirates need no visa to enter Georgia and will be issued a visa on arrival. Visitors holding visa or residence permits of other GCC countries can travel visa-free to Georgia for a duration of up to 90 days (note: the GCC resident permit should be at least 6-month old for Georgia visa exemption).