Georgia’s ancient and vibrant capital city spreads out on both banks of the Mtkvari River and is surrounded on three sides by mountains.
A multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-religious city was founded in the 5th century AD and has attracted visitors ever since.
Main attractions of the city are: Old part of the city with narrow streets, Metekhi Church, Sioni Cathedral, Citadel Narikala with cable route, Mountain Mtatminda and Funicular, Botanical garden, National museum of History, National gallery of art, an outdoor museum – Open-Air Museum of Georgian Folk Architecture, Dry Bridge Flea Market, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Bridge of peace.
Tbilisi is modern city where you can find worlds famous chain 5* and 4* hotels.
Akhvlediani Street and Chardin area are notable for bars which cater to tourists, many of which feature live music.
Tbilisi offers the best of Georgian and international cuisine from 5 star dining to Georgian fast food.
Tbilisi has effective, convenient and affordable transportation infrastructure.
Tbilisi Metro subway system provides rapid transit to most parts of the metropolitan area from 6 am until 11 pm 7 days per week.