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Tbilisi Tales: A Full-Day City Tour Adventure

Tbilisi, Georgia


1 Day

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

12 people




When it comes to experiencing the charm and history of Eastern Europe, Tbilisi stands out as a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. This bustling capital of Georgia is a city with a rich tapestry of stories, cultures, and traditions. If you’re seeking a full-day city tour adventure that will leave you enchanted, Tbilisi should be at the top of your list.

Morning Exploration: A Glimpse into the Past

As the sun rises over Tbilisi, your adventure begins. Metekhi Church is your first destination. Start your morning by using a cableway to visit the Statue of Mother of Georgia and Narikala Fortress. A majestic symbol of Tbilisi’s resilience through centuries of change. The panoramic views from the fortress offer an awe-inspiring perspective of the city nestled in the embrace of the Caucasus Mountains.

Next, venture down to the Legvtakhevi Waterfall and sulfur baths in the Abanotubani Baths District. These ancient baths, renowned for their therapeutic properties, have been soothing weary travelers for centuries. Even if you don’t take a dip, a walk through the district provides a fascinating glimpse into Tbilisi’s spa culture.

Midday Indulgence: Betlemi and Shardeni Streets, Culinary Delights

The city’s old town, a maze of narrow streets and historic architecture of Betlemi and Shardeni Street, is your next destination. Step back in time and discover Sioni Cathedral and Anchiskhati Church. Discover Tbilisi’s Charm by visiting The Clock Tower and Baratashvili Avenue Experience.

No Tbilisi tour is complete without savoring the local cuisine. For lunch, head to a traditional Georgian restaurant, where you’ll be treated to an array of mouthwatering dishes. Try khachapuri, a cheesy bread masterpiece, and khinkali, savory dumplings. Don’t forget to sample some of Georgia’s world-famous wines, known for their unique qvevri winemaking technique.

Afternoon Wanderings: Rustaveli Avenue, Chronicle of Georgia and Sameba Cathedral

Stroll down Rustaveli Avenue, the city’s main thoroughfare, and discover art galleries, theaters, and boutique shops. The Museum of Modern Art and Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre are must-visit spots for culture enthusiasts.

As the afternoon sun dips lower in the sky, you’ll find yourself deeply immersed in the beauty and history of these two magnificent sites. The Chronicle of Georgia and the Sameba Cathedral stand as testaments to the enduring spirit of this nation—a spirit of resilience, unity, and unwavering faith.

Evening Magic: Agmashenebeli Street, Bridge of Peace, and Rike Park

As the sun dips below the horizon, Tbilisi transforms into a magical realm. Here history meets modernity, and the city’s soul comes alive. Join us on an enchanting journey through the evening wonders of Tbilisi, where Agmashenebeli Street, The Bridge of Peace, and Rike Park unite to create an unforgettable tapestry of experiences.

Here the full-day city tour adventure ends with unforgettable memories.

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Metekhi Plateau and Church
Marvel at panoramic views of Tbilisi's charming old town from the Metekhi Plateau. The sight of colorful houses with distinctive wooden balconies, nestled amidst winding streets, is a visual treat for your senses.
Rike Park and Cable Car
Begin your journey in the lush green oasis of Rike Park. Stroll along picturesque pathways, relax by the tranquil river, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Tbilisi's urban park.
Board the modern cable car that connects Rike Park to the Narikala Fortress. As you ascend, enjoy breathtaking views of the city's historic district, colorful rooftops, and the majestic Kura River.
The Statue of Mother of Georgia and Narikala Fortress
Marvel at the impressive 20-meter-tall statue that symbolizes Georgia's resilience and maternal spirit. Learn about the statue's significance and the stories it holds.
Step back in time as you wander through the ancient walls and towers of Narikala Fortress. Discover its role in Tbilisi's defense and enjoy breathtaking vistas of the city below.
Legvtakhevi Waterfall and Baths District
Discover the hidden gem of Legvtakhevi Waterfall, nestled amidst lush greenery. Let the soothing sound of cascading water transport you to a tranquil oasis within the city.
Explore the historic Baths District, where age-old traditions and culture come alive. Visit the renowned sulphur baths and experience the therapeutic qualities of their mineral-rich waters.
Sioni Cathedral and Anchiskhati Church
Explore the sacred Sioni Cathedral, a symbol of Georgia's religious devotion. Marvel at its ornate design, ancient frescoes, and the sense of serenity that envelops this historic place of worship.
Visit the Anchiskhati Church, Tbilisi's oldest surviving church, dating back to the 6th century. Discover its unique architecture and the spiritual significance it holds for the city's residents.
The tower Clock and Baratashvili Avenue
Adventure at the iconic Tower Clock, a timeless symbol of Tbilisi's history. Marvel at its intricate design and the rhythmic chimes that echo through the city.
Stroll down the vibrant Baratashvili Avenue, where history meets modernity. Discover a blend of historic architecture, fashionable boutiques, and bustling cafes.
Rustaveli and Agmashenebeli street
Begin your adventure on Rustaveli Avenue, the heart of Tbilisi's cultural scene. Explore its grand architecture, museums, and vibrant atmosphere.
Begin your adventure on Rustaveli Avenue, the heart of Tbilisi's cultural scene. Explore its grand architecture, museums, and vibrant atmosphere.
Chronicle of Georgia and Sameba Cathedral
Explore the monumental Chronicle of Georgia, an awe-inspiring testament to the country's history and culture. Marvel at the towering pillars adorned with intricate carvings that narrate Georgia's past.
Visit the magnificent Sameba Cathedral, a symbol of faith and devotion. Its golden domes and grand architecture make it a spiritual beacon in Tbilisi.
The Bridge of Peace
Embark on a mesmerizing journey across Tbilisi's iconic Bridge of Peace, a symbol of unity and modernity in the heart of the city.


  • English or Russian speaking guide
  • Transportation
  • Rike Cable Car tickets
  • Tips
  • Lunch
  • Any other additional expenses.

Tour's Location

Tbilisi, Georgia


How long does the tour last?
The tour needs at least 7-8 hours. But it depends on you. This tour is flexible. So, you can manage the time up to your needs.
What kind of clothes do we need?
It Depends on which season you want to make this tour. In Summer, the temperature is around 30-40 Degrees Celsius. So, you will need light clothes, like a tee shirt and shorts.
In Autumn and Spring, it rains very often, so for sure you will need a raincoat.
In Winter, the temperature is around 0-10 Degrees Celsius. So you will need some warm clothes.
The only thing you need for every season is light trekking shoes. Because no matter what kind of weather it will be, you will walk at least 5 km anyway.
Is the meal included in the price of the tour?
No, but if you need to have some breakfast during the tour, there will be a lot of cafes where you can stop in one of them.
What about payment?
An invoice, will be sent to you after the tour is confirmed. You pay a 20% commission upfront to our PayPal or Wise account. The fee is refunded, only if the tour is canceled for our reasons or due to natural disasters. Otherwise, the commission is not refundable.
You pay the remaining 80% at the start of the tour.


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