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Tbilisi City Guide

Tbilisi, Georgia, is a bright, wonderfully chaotic city that will delight and inspire
you. From the skinny serpentine streets of Old Town to top-notch restaurants
and bars, Tbilisi is a riotous celebration of creativity and chicness.

Tips for Finding Your Way

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For all of its boho vibe, the Georgian capital Tbilisi is a relatively modern and
streamlined city with plenty of transportation options, including a speedy metro
and on-demand taxi services like Yandex and Bolt. There’s complimentary WiFi
in the downtown core, and most restaurants, cafes, and attractions will take
cards, cash, and mobile wallet payments.

Before You Go
Download Bolt before you arrive so you don’t need
to pay for an airport taxi and risk getting overcharged. Tbilisi is roughly 20
minutes away from the airport via car.

When You Land
Pick up a SIM card at the airport by card or with cash. You can also install
an e-SIM on some newer phone models.

Avoid taxis waiting outside the airpor, instead, use Bolt to book a ride for the average price of 24 GEL, or $9.50.

Connect with complimentary airport WiFi at “Tbilisi Loves You” or “Airport
Free WiFi.”

Getting Around the City
Get a Metrocard (in any Metro station) to pay on buses and the subway
easily. Most of Tbilisi’s top attractions are on the primary (red) subway line
in Avlabari, Liberty Square, and Rustaveli. Indigo’s event is at Stamba, very
close to the Rustaveli subway stop.

Bank of Georgia and TBC are Georgia’s two dominant banks, and their
ATMs are also in English . Most places take cards or your mobile wallet.

Bolt taxis run throughout the city, and your average cost will be 6 GEL or $2.30 to most major places in town.

Places to Stay and Play

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Tbilisi is a true “choose your own adventure” city, with options for every taste
and style. Sololaki (Old Town), Marjanishvili, and Vera are several cool and
accessible neighborhoods with plenty of accommodations.

Similarly, when it comes to where to play, you have tons of options at your
disposal. These are just some great things to see and do in Tbilisi.

Where to Stay
With Tbilisi’s mix of convenient and luxurious accommodations, you’ll be spoiled
for choice when finding the ideal hotel.

• Elia Boutique Hotel: Average Room Price $60 (Map)
• Shota Rustaveli Boutique Hotel: Average Room $123 Price (Map)
• Blueberry Nights: Average Room Price $135 (Map)
• Rooms Hotel: Average Room Price $170 (Map)
• STROFI Boutique Hotel: Average Room Price $112 (Map)
• Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel: Average Room Price $177 (Map)
• Holiday Inn: Average Room Price $95 (Map)
• Old Town Mtatsminda: Average Room Price $100 (Map)
• Stamba: Average Room Price $332 (Map)

What to Do

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Whether you’re in the mood for a glass of delicious, unique Georgian wine or
checking out street art, Tbilisi has you covered.

• Visit the Dry Bridge Market and Fabrika (a multi-functional space with art
studios, food, live music, a courtyard) for Tbilisi’s best street art.
• Spend some time in Fabrika’s sprawling outdoor complex.
• Relax and stroll in Vere, Vake, or Mtatsminda parks.
• Take the funicular ride to Mtatsminda mountain for a fabulous view of the
• Visit the Tbilisi Botanical Garden.
• Pay your respects at the Holy Trinity Cathedral.
• See the Mother of Georgia and Narikala Fortress.
• Visit Vino Underground or 8,000 Vintages for a taste of authentic
Georgian qvevri, the traditional way of making wine in underground clay
• Wander through Dezerter Bazaar for fabulous vintage finds and art.
• Visit the Abanotubani sulfur baths for a refreshing and unique spa
• See the leaning clock in Tbilisi’s Theatre Square.


Our itineraries will help you strike the ideal balance between relaxation and
seeing the best of Tbilisi and Georgia in general.