Lisi Lake

Nestled at an approximate altitude of 620 meters (2,034 feet) above sea level in Tbilisi's northwest, Lisi Lake emerges as an urban haven. Known for its diverse fauna, the lake stands as a prime recreational destination, appealing to city dwellers and tourists alike.

The lake's 3-kilometer (1.9 miles) network of walking and cycling paths invites active leisure, while the open-air cafe-bars provide a space to relax and imbibe the scenery. Children engage in play at designated areas, including a climbing wall, while adults revel in the sports facilities. Picnic spots nestled within the surrounding greenery and a sandy beach beckon those seeking a quieter respite.

Water sports aficionados find a playground in Lisi Lake, as do fishing enthusiasts. The nearby sulfur bath adds a unique element of relaxation. Today, Lisi Lake is a melting pot of Tbilisi's vibrant culture, drawing in individuals of all ages and backgrounds to partake in the communal enjoyment of nature and recreation.

Not far off, the Tbilisi Hippodrome adds another facet to the area's entertainment offerings. The lake and its surrounds also serve as a habitat for a wealth of wildlife, including exotic birds, turtles, foxes, hares, and even a large population of snakes inhabiting the hillsides.

Lisi Lake enjoys a warm, Mediterranean-like climate, with average temperatures ranging from 0°C (32°F) in January to 23°C (73°F) in July, peaking up to 37°C (99°F) on the hottest summer days. With a blend of natural charm and city convenience, Lisi Lake stands as one of Tbilisi's cherished gems.

Nearest to Lisi Lake

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