- Metekhi Church – The heroic King Vakhtang Gorgasali commissioned the building of the inscribed-cross church in the 5th century. It is located on the cliff overlooking the Mtkvari River (Longest River in South Caucasus) and Narikala Fortress (oldest fortress in Tbilisi).
- Cable car will take you to the top of mountain to the old ruins of Narikala fortress, enjoy the panorama of the city
- Walk down to the Legvtakhevi waterfall through only mosque in Tbilisi.
- Old sulfur Baths – A soul of Old Tbilisi, built in 17-18th century, have subterranean pavilions topped by unique red brick domes with steam from the hot springs streaming from their tops, giving a magical atmosphere to this historic area of old homes and interesting shops.
- Shardeni Street is one of the oldest streets of Tbilisi. Now this is a favorite meeting place for its fancy cafes and clubs, little art salons and galleries. The street got this name in honor of the famous French artist, Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin.
- Erekle II Street – continues the small streets line from Shardeni till the end of the former wall of the city. On the way, you will visit Anchiskhati Basilica and the theatre of Marionettes, which is one of the most beautiful building in historical district.
- Ethnographic Museum – open air museum near the Turtle Lake where you can see all types of Georgian traditional houses. You can have a look, go inside, see and feel architectural and cultural traditions and enjoy the beautiful nature around.
Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia. Political, economic, cultural and touristic center of Georgia and Caucasus region.
For a centuries, Tbilisi (used to call as Tiflis) was located on the SILK ROAD which was starting from China, going through Caucasus region to Europe and this was one of the main reason of cultural, religious, ethnic and architectural diversity of the city. This reasons combined with its beautiful, hilly landscape make Tbilisi unique and very interesting place for visitors.