In the morning your tour guide meets you at the lobby of your hotel in Tbilisi from where starts walking tour to Old Tbilisi.
Tbilisi is the capital city and the largest city of Georgia, on the banks of the river Mtkavari. The name itself comes from Georgian form “Tbili” that translates as warm. City was founded in the 5th century by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Iberia, and transmitted into a capital in the 6th century. Due to the strategic location Tbilisi represents a nice mixture of Western and Eastern cultures. Notable Highlights of Tbilisi are: Holy Trinity Cathedral, Liberty Square, Sioni Cathedral, Metekhi royal church, Bath quarter that is the oldest neighborhood in Tbilisi, Narikala fortress, modern Glass bridge and Anchiskhati Basilica, the oldest survived church in Tbilisi. In this relatively small part of the city you can find Synagogue, Armenian church, Catholic church
and Mosque in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches, that are historical parts of Georgian traditional culture. The peaceful co-existence of different religions emphasizes tolerance and hospitable attitude of Georgian people.
Duration of the walking tour 3-4 hours.
Private English speaking guiding service;
Cable car tickets for Narikala Fortress.