Full day Tbilisi Tour
Private tour Introduction:
Tbilisi represents the heart of whole Caucasian region, the place where of different cultures living within one neighborhood. The Capital of Georgia – Tbilisi was founded 1500 years ago and has plenty of history. Throughout its history Tbilisi was invaded and destroyed for several times by different invaders. During our half-walking tour we’ll visit historically significant places of interest of Old town, such as: “Narikala” fortress, Metekhi Church, Rustaveli Avenue, Synagogue, Sulphur bath houses and new Cathedral of Saint Trinity (Sameba), will see panoramic view of the City from Mtatsminda.
Tour name: Full Day Tbilisi Tour.
Tour type: Cultural, Adventure.
Transportation mode: Comfortable minivan, Walking.
Tour duration: 7 – 8 hours.
Maximum number of people: Not limited.
Meeting point: Pick up from your hotel.
Departure Time: 10 am.
Our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and drive to Cathedral of Holy Trinity (Sameba), then we’ll drive to the Old City, where we can explore the area by walking to Metekhi Church, explore the ruins of the Narikala Fortress and then stroll down to Sulphur Bath house district and then to Meidani square & Shardeni street neighborhood, here you can find numerous souvenir shops, art galleries and cafes.
In the middle of the day you’ll have a lunch at the local Georgian restaurant with traditional dishes like Khinkali and Khachapuri.
After lunch visit Sioni Cathedral, Synagogue, walk to the oldest church in city – Anchiskhati, pass Peace bridge to Rike park.
In the evening take a funicular ride to Mtatsminda mountain at the altitude of 729 meters above sea level, enjoy beautiful view of the city. After a relaxing walk in Mtatsminda park, drive back to the hotel.
Tour Inclusions: Transportation; Guide; Bottle of water.
Tour Exclusions: Meal; Museum entrance fee.
P.S. We will organize custom tours depending on your interest and amount of days you are planning to stay in Georgia, will provide airport transfers and accommodation bookings, we are open for negotiations.