What to see in Tbilisi?
What to see in Tbilisi?
Tbilisi is the heart of Georgia, where different architectural, cultural and religious traditions intersect. Here everyone will find something for themselves. The ancient streets and modern buildings, temples and galleries, cozy cafes and chic restaurants, wine cellars and street vendors, sulfur baths and even a waterfall in the very center of the capital.
In the capital of Georgia there are many sights that are worth visiting.
Walking around the city:
- climb the cable car to the Narikala fortress; in the center of old Tbilisi
- walk on the Bridge of Peace; historical district in the center of old Tbilisi
- go down to the waterfall “Leghva”; historical district in the center of old Tbilisi
- walk around the sulfur baths, or feel the effect of healing springs; historical district in the center of old Tbilisi
- walk along the pedestrian street Shardeni, which used to be called “Dark Street”;
- to find the monuments of Tamada and Praradjanov; historical district in the center of old Tbilisi
- Walk along Prospect 3. Baratashvili with unusual sculptural compositions;
- see the Gabriadze watch, from the painted doors of which every hour appears the golden-winged angel and hammers the bell, and at 12:00 and 19:00 hours, you can see a miniature p
lay in the tower – “The Cycle of Life”; historical district in the center of old Tbilisi
- walk along the main avenue of Rustaveli;
- To ride on the funicular to the amusement park; Daniel Chonkadze Street
Temples in Tbilisi:
- Cathedral of the Holy Trinity; Samreklo street, Tbilisi
- The Metekhi Temple with the relics of Saint Shushanik and Abo of Tbilisi; Avlabari district, Tbilisi
- Church of St. Nicholas in the fortress; Avlabari district, Tbilisi
- Tbilisi Cathedral of Sioni; Sioni Street, Tbilisi
- The Kashveti Temple; Rustaveli av. Tbilisi
- The most ancient of the Anchiskhati churches in Tbilisi; Shavteli street, Tbilisi
In Tbilisi, you can also see the houses where lived:
- Yesenin, Lado Asatiani Street, Tbilisi
- Lermontov; Lermontov street in Sololaki, Tbilisi
- Tolstoy; Baratashvili Street, Tbilisi
- the brothers of Siemens; Lado Asatiani Street, Tbilisi
- Shalyapin; Tabukashvili and Dzneladze streets, Tbilisi
Museums of Tbilisi:
- Georgian National Museum; 3, Rustaveli Ave, Tbilisi 0105, Georgia
- Ethnographical museum; The museum in Tbilisi. It is located in the open air on the slope of the
- Trialeti Range at the Turtle Lake in the Vake Park.
- The National Gallery of Georgia (“The Blue Gallery”); Prospect Shota Rustaveli 11, Tbilisi
- Museum of Theater, Film and Music; Ia Kargareteli Street 6, Tbilisi
- Museum of Modern Art Zurab Tsereteli; Shota Rustaveli Avenue 27, Tbilisi
- State Museum of Georgian Folk Music and Musical Instruments; Samgebro Street 6, Tbilisi
- Museum of Arts. Shalva Amiranashvili; Pushkin Street 4, Tbilisi
- House-Museum Tea; Galaktioni Street, 15, Tbilisi
- Automotive; Police Lane, Tbilisi
- Museum of the History of Cinema; David the Builder Street 40, Tbilisi
- State Museum of Silk; Georgi Tsabadze Street 6, Tbilisi
- Pirosmani Museum; Niko Pirosmani Street 29, Tbilisi
- Museum of dolls; Sololaki, Shaateli, 17 / a
In summer, the trip to Tbilisi can perfectly complement the visit to the beaches on the Tbilisi Sea – this is the unofficial name of a huge reservoir located to the north-east of the center of Tbilisi. Near the reservoir is also a historical fortress and a functioning temple.