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Tbilisi Walking Tour

Tbilisi Walking Tour

  1. On the tour page:
  2. Essential information
  3. Tour Highlights
  4. Tour Description
  5. Photos
  6. What’s included and excluded
  7. Tour Itinerary
  8. Additional information
  9. Prices & Availability
  10. Pick-Up locations
  11. Pick-Up time
  12. Cancellation policy
  1. Duration - 1 day, 5 hours
  2. City Tours
  3. What’s this? After you book the Tour or Activity we send you your Tour Voucher or a Ticket(s).
    The Voucher is your booking confirmation and tour providers can accept e-Voucher, printed Voucher or both Voucher types.

    e-Voucher means that's enough, if you save received Voucher to your phone and show on the tour beginning.

    Printed Voucher means after receiving the Voucher you have to print it and take with you to give it printed to the tour provovider at the tour beginning.
    e-Voucher, Printed Voucher
  4. Cancellation Policy Standard Cancellation Policy means that:

    If you cancel this tour booking at least 14 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.

    If you cancel between 13 and 3 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee charged from the paid deposit.

    If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, or don’t show up at the meeting point on time there is a 100 percent cancellation fee charged from the paid deposit.

    Standard
  5. Guide options If the tour is guided here you can see available tour languages. Usually it means along the tour you have a professional tour guide guiding the tour in one or a few specified languages.

    Some tours or Activities doesn't require the guide and have a pilots, instructors or simply provider's team member who take care of you along the tour. In this case it's marked as "Not Guided" tour, because it doesn't require a professional tour guide.
    Language: English
  6. Tbilisi

Explore Tbilisi with its roof-terracing houses, narrow cobbled stoned streets, ancient castles, rivers and waterfalls. It is an ancient city at the crossroads of the Eastern and Western civilizations, where the European and Asian ways of life and traditions merge for thousands of years.

  • Walking tour
  • - What to bring
  • - Comfortable shoes
Tbilisi Walking Tour

Tbilisi Walking Tour

  • Sameba Cathedral Holy Trinity Cathedral is the most noticeable attraction in all of Tbilisi. Cathedral has been called the symbol of the new Georgia. The beauty and dimensions of the cathedral are truly breathtaking.
  • Metekhi Cathedral - The Church of Assumption, is a rather unusual example of a domed Georgian Orthodox church. It was built by the Georgian king St Demetrius II circa 1278–1284.
  • Rike Park - Europe Square in Tbilisi is becoming the hub of the city where people from different nationalities meet the Georgians in a fusion of peace, friendship and harmony.
  • The Bridge of Peace - The Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi is a pedestrian bridge and one of the most famous tourist spots in the city. It connects district of Tbilisi Old Town with Rike Park over a river of Mtkvari. This bridge is relatively young, it was opened for public just in 2010.
  • Aerial cable car connects Rike Park on the left bank of the Mtkvari river with Narikala Fortress. gaze at the fantastic 360-degree views of the city from the large windows of the car and have an easy ride to the top of the hill. The ride only takes a couple of minutes.
  • Narikala Fortress - It is the most known and ancient monument of Tbilisi 's antiquity; the townspeople call it “the heart and soul of the city”. The views over Tbilisi from the top of the fortress are superb.
  • Sulphur Public Bath House - it is visit-card of Tbilisi. Bath house district, famous for its sulfur curative waters. Sulfur helps protect your body against toxins in the environment. This water is perfect for nervous system, boosts blood circulation and has other positive effects on the human body. In every bath at Abanotubani you will find massage therapist called Mekise, who will give you strong rub and clean your skin.
  • Leghvtakhevi waterfall - is located in the old city of Tbilisi, one of the ancient place Abanotubani. The waterfall is 22 meters tall. The name Leghvtakhevi comes from Georgian word "Leghvi" which means fig. There were so many trees of fig around this place.
  • The name Leghvtakhevi comes from Georgian word "Leghvi" which means fig. There were so many trees of fig around this place.
  • Shardeni Street - Shardeni Street is one of the most popular and beautiful streets in Tbilisi. This pedestrian street is so well known that any guest that travels to Georgia never leaves this country without visiting Shardeni Street. The street was a center of the cultural and social life. Shardeni Street was intended for trading and as it was covered with the roofs, people called it a dark row. Nowadays, popular restaurants, open cafes and bars, nightclubs and galleries are located on this street. Shardeni is the best place to visit to explore Tbilisi’s nightlife. Furthermore, many exhibitions, celebrations and concerts are organized here. This street stays one of the most favorite places for locals and tourists.
  • Rustaveli Avenue Liberty Square or Freedom Square is located in the central part of Tbilisi. This is a place that has witnessed many events, and over time, it was reconstructed or renamed multiple times. The history of this square makes people think how fast the time changes and how a city is like a living organism - developing and growing continuously.

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What's included


  • Inclusions:
  • - English Language Guide
  • - One way ride in aerial tramway (cable cars)
  • - Bottled water
  • Exclusions:
  • - Transfer to the meeting point
  • - Gratuities

Itinerary


  1. Visited Places:
  2. Sameba Church
  3. Metekhi St. Virgin Church
  4. Bridge of Peace
  5. Rike Park
  6. Jan Shardeni Street
  7. Leghvtakhevi Waterfall
  8. Liberty Square
  9. Abanotubani
  10. Shota Rustaveli Avenue
  • Sameba Cathedral Holy Trinity Cathedral is the most noticeable attraction in all of Tbilisi. Cathedral has been called the symbol of the new Georgia. The beauty and dimensions of the cathedral are truly breathtaking.
  • Metekhi Cathedral - The Church of Assumption, is a rather unusual example of a domed Georgian Orthodox church. It was built by the Georgian king St Demetrius II circa 1278–1284.
  • Rike Park - Europe Square in Tbilisi is becoming the hub of the city where people from different nationalities meet the Georgians in a fusion of peace, friendship and harmony.
  • The Bridge of Peace - The Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi is a pedestrian bridge and one of the most famous tourist spots in the city. It connects district of Tbilisi Old Town with Rike Park over a river of Mtkvari. This bridge is relatively young, it was opened for public just in 2010.
  • Aerial cable car connects Rike Park on the left bank of the Mtkvari river with Narikala Fortress. gaze at the fantastic 360-degree views of the city from the large windows of the car and have an easy ride to the top of the hill. The ride only takes a couple of minutes.
  • Narikala Fortress - It is the most known and ancient monument of Tbilisi 's antiquity; the townspeople call it “the heart and soul of the city”. The views over Tbilisi from the top of the fortress are superb.
  • Sulphur Public Bath House - it is visit-card of Tbilisi. Bath house district, famous for its sulfur curative waters. Sulfur helps protect your body against toxins in the environment. This water is perfect for nervous system, boosts blood circulation and has other positive effects on the human body. In every bath at Abanotubani you will find massage therapist called Mekise, who will give you strong rub and clean your skin.
  • Leghvtakhevi waterfall - is located in the old city of Tbilisi, one of the ancient place Abanotubani. The waterfall is 22 meters tall. The name Leghvtakhevi comes from Georgian word "Leghvi" which means fig. There were so many trees of fig around this place.
  • The name Leghvtakhevi comes from Georgian word "Leghvi" which means fig. There were so many trees of fig around this place.
  • Shardeni Street - Shardeni Street is one of the most popular and beautiful streets in Tbilisi. This pedestrian street is so well known that any guest that travels to Georgia never leaves this country without visiting Shardeni Street. The street was a center of the cultural and social life. Shardeni Street was intended for trading and as it was covered with the roofs, people called it a dark row. Nowadays, popular restaurants, open cafes and bars, nightclubs and galleries are located on this street. Shardeni is the best place to visit to explore Tbilisi’s nightlife. Furthermore, many exhibitions, celebrations and concerts are organized here. This street stays one of the most favorite places for locals and tourists.
  • Rustaveli Avenue Liberty Square or Freedom Square is located in the central part of Tbilisi. This is a place that has witnessed many events, and over time, it was reconstructed or renamed multiple times. The history of this square makes people think how fast the time changes and how a city is like a living organism - developing and growing continuously.

Frequently Asked Questions


How much time does the Tbilisi Walking Tour take?

Tbilisi Walking Tour duration is 1 day, 5 hours.

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