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Whitewater rafting, mountain hiking, beach-side biking, Georgia Grown trails, homegrown music & art festivals, signature breweries and wineries, local shops and boutiques, history and hospitality…there’s so much to experience in the Peach State. Keep Tbilisi on your mind as you plan your next trip!

Having gone from backpacker secret to mainstream darling in just a decade, Georgia today is by far the most visited country in the South Caucasus, and it’s easy to see why: its rich culture and astonishingly diverse landscapes make it an ideal destination for anyone loving history and nature on the grandest of scales.

4 nights / 5 days
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Tour Plan


Day 1

  • Arrive at Tbilisi International Airport.
  • Upon arrival meet your airport representative. Transfer to your Hotel in Tbilisi.
  • Check in to the hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 2

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 3

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 4

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tbilisi.

Day 5

  • Departure transfer to airport for return trip.

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Best Things To Do in Tbilisi
The treasures of the old town - Tbilisi's old town is one of the most ancient and attractive parts of the city - stretched on the mountainside, under the Narikala fortress. It contains a number of officially designated monuments, churches, cobbled streets and picturesque pastel colored wooden houses with open, carved balconies. No one leaves the city without visiting Sulfur Bathes - the distinctive, luxurious and elegant place in the heart of Old Tbilisi. Sulfur Bathes are one of the most prominent, attractive and magnificent tourist attractions of the city. Among the other bathhouses, Orbeliani Bathes, with its distinctive, luxurious and elegant architecture, immediately catches the eye of any visitor. The water, full of natural therapeutic minerals, springs from the ground at about 40 C°.
Hidden gems of Tbilisi - When wandering around the older neighborhoods of Tbilisi, especially in the districts of Sololaki and Mtatsminda, one easily discovers mysterious passages, leading to the leafy and wooden-rich courtyards – an indivisible part of Tbilisi’s unique architecture. People often name this type of courtyards “Italian”, but they are rather Georgian traditional structure of houses, influenced by European style, as well as Persian caravanserais. Amazing combination of numerous superstructures, overhanging bridges connecting houses, spiral staircases, glazed windows, wooden balconies – the effect is breathtaking.
Urban Regeneration - Tbilisi is becoming a home for multiple urban regeneration hotspots and cultural venues with funky industrial elements. Disused sewing factory (Fabrika) or former Wine Factory turned into alternative speakeasies for gathering and socializing are wildly popular among youngsters, both locals and travelers. These venues became favorite places for artsy bohemian millennials who admire captivating murals by emerging local street artists, concept stores, fusion eateries, craft shops, and art studios. Moreover, wide range of events are taking place such as: flea markets, exhibitions, gaming nights, musical events etc.
New Tbilisi - Tbilisi’s diverse history is reflected in its architecture, which is a mix of medieval, neoclassical, Beaux Arts, Art Nouveau, Stalinist and the Modern structures. Its notable tourist destinations include cathedrals Sameba and Sioni, Freedom Square, Rustaveli Avenue and Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Narikala Fortress, the Pseudo-Moorish Opera Theater, and the Georgian National Museum. In the scope of “New Tbilisi” project, segment of Aghmashenebeli Avenue and Orbeliani Square were fully rehabilitated. An enchanting Avenues resembles an architectural “mosaic”. Here one can find different styles of buildings such as Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical and Modern. Some of them are accompanied by entrance halls decorated with “Art Salon” style and Rococo ornaments. “New Tiflis” areas are pedestrian, where visitors enjoy outdoor cafes and restaurants.
The fusion of old and new - Tbilisi’s varied past is reflected in its architecture, which is a mix of ancient, medieval and classical structures. The entire wealth of monuments is shared between two sides of the city. One of the oldest centers of city’s cultural and social life – Shardeni street, named after French traveler Jean Chardin, nowadays is the main walking street in Old Town, with fashionable galleries and cafes. Alongside the Shardeni street, one of the most emblematic structures of the city – an amazing Clock Tower is located. Built by the most prominent Georgian puppet master a few years ago, it is decorated with hundreds of tiles, designed by the puppet master himself and since, it became one of the major architectural attractions of Tbilisi. Every day, at 12:00 AM an angel pops out of a door near the top and strikes the bell outside with hammer.
Best Times to Visit Tbilisi
For a relatively small country, Georgia’s climate is quite diverse, with the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea both playing a part in the differing conditions. In general, it’s drier yet colder in the east, and wetter but warmer in the west. The best time to visit Georgia is May, June or September, especially in the lowlands around Tbilisi, as you’ll avoid the summer heat and humidity as well as the freezing winter. Autumn harvest time is well worth a mention, especially around the vineyards of Kakheti. You’ll need to pack quick drying and waterproof gear no matter when you visit as weather can change in an instant.

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