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Taste Tbilisi - a delicious Food & Drink walk of Tbilisi

1. Taste Tbilisi - a delicious Food & Drink walk of Tbilisi

Start your tour with the most iconic Georgian dish in one of the oldest restaurants of the city, while your experienced guide tells you about the history and specifics of Georgian cuisine and gives you tips on how to eat like a local. Proceed through a variety of food spots that are all located in the backstreets of the heart of the city - an area of former splendor, magnificent Art Nouveau architecture in decay and a true Tbilisian vibe. While you try a walnut-spinach paste, a beet and sour plum salad or chicken in garlic and cream sauce,  hear stories about the neighborhood, Tbilisi's history, and modern day life. Feel free to ask your guide questions. Georgian cuisine is not complete without the wines so you will get a chance to taste selected natural wines of Georgia produced by the ancient Qvevri technology and try chacha - a local strong spirit, that Georgians call "liquid happiness".

Tbilisi: City and Backstreets Alternative Walking Tour

2. Tbilisi: City and Backstreets Alternative Walking Tour

Since the 19th century, Tbilisi began to grow and develop rapidly. The centre went beyond the boundaries of the "old Asian city". The left bank of the Mtkvari River began to be actively developed, filling the streets with new architecture, fashionable shops, factories and immigrants from Europe and Russia. Bourgeois New Tiflis has become a symbol of change. Traditions intertwined with the spirit of the era and created a unique image of the capital of Georgia. From Freedom square, we will head through Orbeliani plaza to the city's left bank. We will wander between the rows of the Dry Bridge flea market, looking for past treasures of the past. Then look at the pedestrian area of Agmashenebeli Avenue, go to the famous Fabrika and finally reach Marjanishvili square through backstreets and beautiful gardens.

Tbilisi: City Highlights Walking Tour

3. Tbilisi: City Highlights Walking Tour

This city tour will take you through the highlights of Tbilisi. Begin by exploring the Old Town, where you can marvel at the architecture in the city's historic district, boasting a rich display of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental, and Neoclassical European styles. Tbilisi is compact so you can easily explore the nearby synagogue, Armenian Church, the Mosque, and Georgian Orthodox churches, which are a staple of Georgian culture. The proximity and peaceful co-existence of these religious structures is a testament to Georgian tolerance.  Visit the Metekhi Church and the monument to Vakhtang Gorgasali, the king of Georgia (Iberia) during the second half of 5th century. Take a cable car to Narikala Fortress to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Walk down to the district of sulfur bath houses, passing by the only mosque in Tbilisi. Stroll through the Sharden area full of narrow streets with cozy cafés, wine tasting bars, souvenir shops and breathe in the living past. Visit Sioni Cathedral, Anchiskhati Basilica, and the clock tower of the famous Rezo Gabriadze Theatre. Finally, take the rail lift on the funicular for an unforgettable view of Tbilisi.

Tbilisi: Scenic Instagram Tour

4. Tbilisi: Scenic Instagram Tour

Meet your guide and experience the beauty of this city's early-morning streets while the light is perfect for taking pictures. Start your exploration of the city's monuments and breathtaking viewpoints, including a visit to the Orthodox Anchiskhati Basilica, the city's oldest church. You'll also see the 13th-century churches of Sioni and Metekhi, the magnificent Narikala Fortress, perched on a hill with superb views of the city below, and the classical Freedom Square. Continue to one of Tbilisi's newest attractions, the Bridge of Peace, which opened in 2010 over the River Mtkvari (also known as the Kura River). The city's compact size means you can easily explore the nearby Synagogue, Armenian Church and Mosque, in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches which are so fundamental to Georgian culture. Learn about the peaceful co-existence of the various religions in Georgia. Your photographer will share useful photography tips and tricks about composition, framing, settings, and some truly fascinating techniques at each site. If you choose the full-day tour, you'll visit many more places of interest outside of Tbilisi. 

Tbilisi: Alternative Walking Tour

5. Tbilisi: Alternative Walking Tour

Meet your tour guide at Gabriadze watchtower and start exploring Tbilisi's hidden places and lesser-known areas on this 3-hour private tour. This will provide a more individual, personalized experience than standard group walking tours.  Discover underground street art in Tbilisi and gain an insight into daily life here as you explore the past, present and future of Georgia's capital. Pass famous flea markets and discover rare antiquarian items that you won't be able to find anywhere else.  Afterwards, enjoy walking and exploring the New Tiflis neighborhood. A combination of old and renovated architecture, lively pedestrian areas with cafe-bars and enjoy conversation with your enthusiastic tour guide makes this a really exciting part of the city to experience.  The tour will end at Fabrika, an exciting, colorful, multi-functional space in the heart of the city Tbilisi.

Tbilisi: All the highlights of Tbilisi within a walking day

6. Tbilisi: All the highlights of Tbilisi within a walking day

Starting point will be Vakhtang Gorgasali Monument in the heart of Tbilisi. If the story of Tbilisi begins somewhere, this is the place which should be considered as a starting point since, Vakhtang Gorgasali ("Man with a wolf's head") was the king in V century who came up with an idea of a city called Tbilisi. Hear the legend about capital city of Georgia, explore Metekhi church which had many purposes during centuries such as a jail or shelter. Head to Rike Park. Rike park and Bridge of Peace are two main contemporary of Tbilisi and now you have a chance to enjoy sightseeing and fresh air next to the Mtkvari river. From here, we are going to purchase a cable rope to get to the top of the hill, right here, you can find Mother of Kartli monument, hear the deep story behind it and enjoy panoramic view of Tbilisi. Head to the Narikala fortress the first and main protective place of Tbilisi, fallen and risen for thousand times.. Get down to the inner parts, find the Leghvtakhevi waterfall and sulfur bathes, these place had a big hygienic and cultural meaning for Tbilisi since people from all around town used to come here for centuries to take a bath or wash their carpets in naturally healing water. Once we are done exploring old parts of Tbilisi, it's time to see how the town lives nowadays. Take a lovely walk to the direction of Liberty Squire. On the way you'll find Sioni an Anchiskhati (VI Century AC the oldest church of Tbilisi) churches, scroll through the narrow streets of Shardeni full of cafes and find ourselves next to the Gabriadze theater and famous Clock tower. Enjoy the most aesthetic hidden corner of Tbilisi. Keep our walk till the Liberty Squire, and find a story behind Saint George's meaing in the history of Georgia. End of the programm. From here you can visit surrounding museums or art galleries around square.

Tbilisi: City Pub Crawl Walking Tour with Shots and Drinks

7. Tbilisi: City Pub Crawl Walking Tour with Shots and Drinks

City Pub Crawl - Tbilisi - it is a bar party-tour for guests and locals of Tbilisi. Guided by expert of pub crawling, participants move from one bar to another, get to know each other, play funny games and contests, get bonuses and welcome shots in bars. Every time we plan our route in order to visit the most exciting events: parties, concerts or dancing on the bar! Bars and clubs are located within walking distance in Sololaki district. The routes are organized so that it won't take more than 5-10 minutes walking between the bars. Attention! - There’re facecontrol and dresscode in each bar, so if you’re in a sporty clothes as well as if you drink much you may not be allowed to the bar!!! - All the participants must be 21+ years old - Casual style in clothes - You get only 1 free welcome drink in each bar If you order anything besides 1 free drink in the bar (alcohol drinks, water, hookah, meals) you will have to pay additionally in the bar We’re waiting for you every evening from Friday and Saturday at 21:00 Meeting place: The first bar in Sololaki. A couple of hours before the tour, the guide will tell you which one

Tbilisi, Jvari and Mtskheta Day Trip

8. Tbilisi, Jvari and Mtskheta Day Trip

On this tour you will have a great opportunity to get acquainted with the two capitals of Georgia: ancient and modern, Mtskheta and Tbilisi. Your guide will meet you at your hotel for a sightseeing tour to Mtskheta, one of the oldest towns and the cultural and religious center of Georgia. Marvel at Jvari Church, a true architectural masterpiece from the early Medieval Period and visit Svetitskhoveli, a sacred church where the robe of Christ is kept. After a lunch break, you will drive to Tbilisi, where you will visit Holy Trinity Cathedral, Metekhi Church and the monument to Vakhtang Gorgasali, the king of Georgia (Iberia) during the second half of the 5th century. After a drive to Narikala Fortress, you can enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the city. Walk down to the district of Sulphur bathhouses and pass by the only mosque in Tbilisi. Stroll through the Sharden area full of narrow streets with cozy cafés, wine tasting bars, souvenir shops and breathe in the living past. Take the Mtatsminda Park rail lift for an unforgettable view of Tbilisi.

The Architecture of Celebration A Tour of the Wedding Palace

9. The Architecture of Celebration A Tour of the Wedding Palace

Are you ready to uncover one of Tbilisi's hidden gems? Step inside the Palace of Rituals, also known as the Wedding Palace, and be transported back in time to a unique blend of medieval Georgian church architecture and 1920s expressionism. This masterpiece was designed by Victor Djorbenadze to combine life's milestones with Soviet dogma while incorporating public taste for rituals. The Palace of Rituals offers an incredible festive ambience with frescoes, a bell tower, and soaring interior spaces. Did you know that the building's design includes a hidden anatomical cross-section of a female abdomen? This unique feature, along with its grand-scale design, has made the Wedding Palace an important landmark in Georgian architecture. For the first time in 18 years, the Palace of Rituals is open for tours in English. Don't miss this rare chance to visit this private building and explore its fascinating history and architecture. The tour will be interesting not only for architecture enthusiasts but for everyone. You'll have the opportunity to see rare vintage cars, extravagant halls, original works of art by Georgian artists, and sacred relics from all over the world. Join us on the Palace of Rituals tour and experience a truly unique part of Tbilisi's history. From stunning architecture to fascinating artefacts, this tour is sure to captivate your senses. Register now to secure your spot on the tour and witness the beauty of the Palace of Rituals for yourself.

A Stroll Through Tbilisi’s Family Friendly Sites

10. A Stroll Through Tbilisi’s Family Friendly Sites

Explore the vibrant city of Tbilisi on this family–friendly walking tour! From its stunning architecture to its bustling markets, Tbilisi offers something for everyone in the family. Delve into the city’s culture and history while you explore the cobblestone streets. Discover the famous Metekhi St. Virgin Church and learn about the ancient legends associated with it. Visit the incredible Narikala Fortress, which has stood watch over the city for centuries. Enjoy the bustling markets and sample some of the delicious Georgian food. With its diverse culture and rich history, Tbilisi is a great destination for families looking to explore a unique and fascinating city. This trip will be etched in my memory forever and you will be sharing it with your friends for years to come!

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4.8 / 5

based on 185 reviews

An extremely delightful experience! Luca was not only a charming host, but was very knowledgeable about the history and political climate of the region and a delightful story teller! I would highly recommend this tour at the beginning of your stay in Georgia. It is not only a great cross section of the local spirits, wines and cuisine; it is, also, a great great introduction to the city of Tbilisi and all it has to offer.

We had a lovely evening! Levan is such a friendly and knowledgeable guide who really made us feel welcome. So much great authentic Georgian food; we were absolutely stuffed at the end of the evening. The wine and cha cha tastings were fun and educational. Would absolutely recommend this trip to anyone

An amazing tour, with an amazing guide (George). Very knowledgeable, and a great guy to have a drink with. Would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Tbilisi. Have taken many tours in many countries and this ranks right among the top! 5/5 stars!

my second time taking the tour! I really appreciated the depth of knowledge that Luca brings to the table ( pun intended:). it it not only a culinary delight, it is so informative and gives great insight into Georgian culture and cuisine!

Excellent guide with interesting stories about the various places.