Tbilisi Tour

Tbilisi Tour

According to the legend, the area of present-day Tbilisi was covered with lush forests without any inhabitants as late as 458 AD. This is the date old Georgian records indicate as the establishment of the city by King Vakhtang I Gorgasali of Iberia.

The King went hunting in that heavily wooded area with a falcon. The falcon caught a pheasant, but struggled and both both birds fell into the nearby water. When the King and his army looked for the birds, they discovered the water was hot, and the birds had boiled. He was so impressed with the discovery that he decided to build a city.


City’s main sightseeing spots

– Discover Old City

– Holy Trinity Cathedral

– Overview of Tbilisi from the air by cable car

– Enjoy a funicular ride around the city

– Botanical Garden

– Sulfur Bath (5th century) area

– Abanotubani

-Sioni Church Piece

– Bridge Rike

– Freedom Suare

– Rustaveli Avenue ( Parliament) Heroe’s Square Turtle Lake

– Historical Monuments

– Local cafe and restaurants

What’s included

  • Transportation
  • Guide Service

Meeting point

Pick you up from the hotel ( drop off at the hotel)

Tour Duration: 7 hours