Meidani Square

In the heart of Old Tbilisi lies Meidani Square, a vibrant epicenter where history, culture, and modern life collide. From its humble beginnings as an ancient bazaar to the bustling hub it is today, the square has long been a gathering place for people from all walks of life.

Centuries ago, merchants converged at the square to trade a plethora of goods, from aromatic spices to luxurious silks. Wine, Georgia's pride and joy, was the star of the show. With a winemaking history spanning over 8,000 years, Meidani Square became a haven for viticulture enthusiasts.

As diverse cultures mingled, the square evolved into a melting pot of ideas, fostering creativity and innovation. Over time, it transformed from a bustling marketplace to the lively center of Tbilisi's social scene.

Today, the spirit of the ancient bazaar lives on in Meidani Square, hidden just beneath the surface. Venture into the underground market, and you'll discover a treasure trove of local delights. Vendors proudly offer exquisite wines, rich-flavored honey, traditional souvenirs, and other Georgian specialties.

As you stroll through the lively square, or explore the subterranean bazaar, take a moment to appreciate Meidani Square's storied past. With every step, you'll be treading on echoes of history, where merchants once bartered, wine flowed freely, and a kaleidoscope of cultures converged. Experience the enchanting fusion of old and new, as Meidani Square's rich tapestry continues to weave its spell on visitors and locals alike.

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