Old Tbilisi Unveiled

A Private Walking Tour Of Downtown And Old Tbilisi
22 From


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All year round
4 hours
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  • Personalized guide through Tbilisi's historic wonders
  • Exclusive access to historical insights
  • Explore hidden gems and iconic landmarks alike
  • Experience breathtaking views from Narikala Fortress
  • Discover Tbilisi’s cultural heart at Meidani Square

Unveil the soul of Tbilisi in an intimate walking tour, designed exclusively for those who seek to journey beyond the typical. With an expert guide leading the way, this day tour unlocks the secrets of Georgia's heart, blending historical wonders with the vibrant spirit of its streets. This isn't just a tour; it's an experience woven with stories, beauty, and the essence of Tbilisi itself. Don’t just visit—connect, feel, and leave enthralled, carrying a piece of Georgia back home.



The adventure begins at your hotel, where your personal guide meets you. The first notable stop is Metekhi Church, an ancient ecclesiastical site perched above the Mtkvari River, where you learn about its inception in the 5th century and its significance throughout Georgia’s storied past.

Continuing to Rike Park, you'll take the cable car to ascend to the Narikala Fortress. This fortress, a historical sentinel for Tbilisi, offers a commanding view of the cityscape below. Within walking distance from the fortress is the iconic Mother of Georgia statue, "Kartlis Deda." This imposing figure symbolizes the Georgian national character, holding a sword in one hand for enemies and a bowl of wine in the other to greet friends, embodying the nation's welcoming spirit.

After visiting the Mother of Georgia, your descent takes you through Botanical Street, leading to a historic mosque that reflects the city’s diverse cultural fabric. The path then winds through the lush Legvtakhevi canyon, ending at a secluded waterfall.

Next, the tour ventures into the sulfur baths district of Abanotubani, legendary for its thermal springs that led to the city’s founding. The stroll continues to Meidani Square, once a focal point for public gatherings and proclamations, now surrounded by lively cafes and shops.

Optionally, enrich your historical understanding with a stop at the Karvasla - Tbilisi History Museum on Shardeni Street (closed on Monday), before exploring further landmarks such as the Sioni Cathedral and the modern Bridge of Peace.

Your day concludes near Liberty Square at the Galleria Tbilisi, where the past and present of Tbilisi inspire plans for future visits.


Visited Attractions *


Our tour program's list of attractions is a guide, not exhaustive. Unlisted sites may be visited, and listed ones might be viewed from a distance. Conditions like operating hours, weather, or local rules may affect access. Thank you for your understanding.


  This experience has open departure and can be organized based on your preferred dates. Remember, prices vary based on the exact group size.

From Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2024 Available every day of the week USD 22 Starting at
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