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Tbilisi Full Day Tour

Tbilisi and Mtskheta

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$110.00

Duration

1 day
4.4 by 2 reviews
  • Quality4
  • Location4.5
  • Amenities4
  • Services5
  • Price4.5

Embark on a guided walking tour that will lead you through the ancient streets of Tbilisi. You’ll uncover neighbourhoods with origins dating back to the 4th century, while also encountering the latest architectural marvels that showcase modern design at its finest. 

 Tour Highlights

  • Narikala Fortress  
  • Anchiskhati basilica  
  • Tbilisi Holy Trinity Cathedral  
  • Metekhi Church  
  • Ioseb Grishashvili Tbilisi History Museum  
  • Great Synagogue of Tbilisi  
  • Jumah Mosque of Tbilisi  
  • Bridge of Peace  
  • Rike Park  
  • Tbilisi Funicular 
  • Mtatsminda 
  • Turtle lake 
  • Open Air museum 

Included/Exclude

  • Pick-up from any hotel in Tbilisi 
  •  Transportation by comfortable sedan, minivan or minibus 
  •  English speaking guide service for whole the trip 
  •  Entrance fees in museums 
  • Bottle of mineral water 
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Food & Drinks
  • Tickets

Tour Amenities

Our guide and driver will meet you at the hotel lobby at 10:45 AM.  Tbilisi full day tour includes the cities old and new part. Our journey melds leisurely walks, cable car rides, and car tours. Using a private car, we'll span distances to reach pivotal landmarks while also wandering the quaint alleys of Tbilisi's historic quarter. First, we'll direct ourselves to Sameba Cathedral, a grand complex on the Mtkvari river's left bank. This vantage offers splendid vistas of Tbilisi and its encircling mountains. The tour lasts around 30 minutes. Our subsequent destination is Metekhi Plateau, the locale of Tbilisi's inaugural royal abode. It's a picturesque halt above Metekhi Bridge. We'll briefly traverse to Rike Park, ascend Narikala Fortress by aerial cable car, and behold the city from its mountain zenith. The narrow path descends to Botanical Street, the Mosque, Legvtakhevi Waterfall, and Abanotubani's sulfur baths, where the city's roots lie. The sightseeing circuit continues along Rustaveli Avenue, Freedom Square, and Republic Square. Then we will visit the open-air museum of ethnography. Displaying the examples of folk architecture and craftwork from various regions of the country. The museum is named after Giorgi Chitaia, a Georgian ethnographer, who founded the museum on April 27, 1966. Our last stop is Mtatsminda – holy mountain. Concluding at the base of Mtatsminda Funicular. A tram ride elevates us to Mtatsminda mountain's summit, home to the Bombora amusement park. A serene evening stroll through the park unveils breathtaking panoramic scenes. An optional detour to Mtatsminda Pantheon is available. In the evening we will drive you back to the hotel.  

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Quality 4/5
Location 4.5/5
Amenities 4/5
Services 5/5
Price 4.5/5

2 thoughts on “Tbilisi Full Day Tour”

  1. 4.4

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    It is a great place to shop not too far from New York. We took the bus from Port Authority and traveled through the countryside to get there.

  2. 4.4

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    This is the best tour on the east coast! It was amazing how many places we visited and what great memories we made!

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Max Guests

10

Min Age

5+

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  • Pick-up from any hotel in Tbilisi 
  •  Transportation by comfortable sedan, minivan or minibus 
  •  English speaking guide service for whole the trip 
  •  Entrance fees in museums 
  • Bottle of mineral water 
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Food & Drinks
  • Tickets

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