This surprisingly enchanting city fascinates the visitors at a first glance. Tbilisi has the image of harmoniously integrated city of ancient and modern and through centuries it has been home to people of multiple cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds. This is especially evident in the city’s Old Town, where a mosque, synagogue and Christian churches stand side by side.
Tbilisi is rich in cultural highlights. Starting with the impressive theaters and concert halls, there are eye-catching performances during the whole year. Tbilisi is always on the move: areas of the city such as Rustaveli Avenue, Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Old Tbilisi, always fulfill city with new life. The city is filled with concert halls where you can choose between world class classical concerts or live performances by Georgian and International artists. Besides, each year various colorful festivals dedicated to national holidays and other events take part in the city.
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Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Tbilisi Sightseeing Tour
Day 3: Tbilisi – Mtskheta – Gori – Uplistsikhe – Tbilisi
Day 4: Tbilisi – Tsinandali – Sighnaghi – Tbilisi
Day 5: Free day
Day 6: Departure
- Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Kura River
- Wander through the Old Town
- Try a traditional Georgian spa
- Discover the Georgian Archaeological Treasury
- Visit the Georgian Stonehenge
- Enjoy panoramic views from Mtatsminda Park
- Explore old Tbilisi $ Sololaki by foot
- Shop for Lurji Supra & other handicrafts
- Go inside the apple of Love
- 8 must-try Georgian dishes to eat in Tbilisi : Khachapuri Adjaruli/ Churchkhela/ Khinkali/ Ajapsandali/ Lobio/ Tklapi /Kharcho/ Pkhali
- Must try Georgian wine and chacha
- Sip Coffee inside a former Soviet Sewing Factory
- Go Bar hopping at wine factory N1
- Try Shotis Puri fresh out of the tone
- Taxis are one of the best ways of getting around the city with very affordable fares
- The best times to visit Georgia are spring and autumn, especially from mid-May to mid-June and from mid-September to mid-October.
- The best period for a beach holiday, and also for hiking in high mountains, is of course the summer, from June to August
- Sweater for the night
- Walking shoes
- Nice dress / shirt and pants for the night
- The official currency in Georgia is the Georgian Lari.
- Credit cards are accepted widely
- ATM are spread all over the city in Tbilisi and other major cities f Georgia , ATMs accepting foreign cards are widespread, but almost most of them when converting currency into GEL charge a commission of about 2% -3%
- Guests holding Lebanese passports do not need visa to Georgia.
- Passengers travelling from Lebanon to Tbilisi have to make a PCR test within 72 hours before the departure and ensure a negative result with QR Code for passengers starting 10 years old.
- Vaccination Document: COVID-19 vaccination proof for travelers coming to Georgia. The last dose of vaccine must be taken at least 14 days before departure.