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12-3 People20%
24-7 People415%
38-10 People830%

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Adult discount

# Title Number Discount
12-3 People20%
24-7 People415%
38-10 People830%

Children discount

# Title Number Discount
1Children (from 3 to 12 year old)120%

Adult discount

# Title Number Discount
12-3 People20%
24-7 People415%
38-10 People830%

Children discount

# Title Number Discount
1Children (from 3 to 12 year old)120%

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12-3 People20%
24-7 People415%
38-10 People830%

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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 5-6 hours
Maximum number of people: 25
Location: Tbilisi City Tour
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Tour Overview

Duration: 5-6 Hours

Tbilisi is capital of Georgia. The city stretches along both banks of the Mtkvari River. One of the ancient cities of the world, is more than 1500 years old. King Vakhtang Gorgasali, who reigned in the latter half of the 5th century, started to build it.

Tbilisi was forty times destroyed by the enemies and forty times, it rose from ruins and ashes. It’s a beautiful city with unique historical and architectural monuments. Over 1, million people live on the city’s 350 square kilometers.

A wonderful panorama of the old city, called old Tbilisi is open from Metekhi. Here stands the 13th century Metekhi church of Virgin. Nearby on a small stone ledge is a monument to Vakhtang Gorgasali, the founder of Tbilisi. On the opposite side are the ruins of the Narikala fortress of the 4th century and mother Georgia colossal statue with a sword in one hand a bowl in the other a symbol of the indomitable spirit of ancient Tbilisi, where enemies were met with hostility and friends with affection. Below the south-west side Narikala are the central Botanical Gardens dating from 1845. Among the oldest architectural monuments are the Anchiskhati church and Sioni cathedral (6th century).

The old Tbilisi has been often raised and rebuilt but has retained the same aspect: the streets are as narrow and winding as they were in medieval times. The courtyards with balconies, the domes of ancient churches, the famous sculptural baths fed by hot springs. Tbilisi main artery is Rustaveli avenue. Most of Government offices, museums, theatres and hotels are in Rustaveli Avenue. There below street level stands Kashueti St. Georgi church built in 1910.

It is impossible to mention all the churches of Tbilisi – 800, 1200, 1400 years old.

The guest are advised to ascend to mount Mtatsminda, one of the symbols of Tbilisi, St. David domed church stand halfway up the slope. Close by there is the pantheon of writers and public figures of Georgia. From mount Mtastminda open a splendid views of both ancient and modern Tbilisi.

Prices and Additional Info:

Tour for two-tree people – 75 euros each person;
Tour for four-seven people – 65 euros each person;
Tour for eight-ten people – 55 euros each person;
Note: 20% discount for children (from 3 to 12 year old) non discount available for two-members tour. Babies are free from tax (from 1 to 2 year old).
Tour can be organised with either Sedan or SUV types of vehicle;
Tour includes: transportation, driver/guide service, cable/train fare, museum ticket and Georgian traditional dinner, home-made wine, vodka or brandy tasting.

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Narikala fortress is the most famous and historical fortress overlooking Tbilisi. The fortress was built in the 4th century as Shuris-tsikhe (Invidious Fort). It was renamed „Narin Qala” by Mongols. In 1827 Narikala fortress was seriously damaged by an earthquake and great parts of the tower walls was demolished. Lots of restoration works have been made to protect and keep this greatests castle.
Mthatsminda park is the highest point of Tbilisi located on 770 meters from sea level with 100-year history. There is entertainment center for children, a picnic zone, a big ferris wheel, souvenire shop, various cafes.It is an ideal choice for fun and relaxation.
Abanotubani is an ancient part of Tbilisi. It is famous for its natural sulfur baths. According the legend while King of Georgia Vakhtang Gorgasali was hunting his falcon fell into a hot spring. The King liked the place with hot springs and ordered to build a great city there. The name of Georgian capital city „Tbilisi” derives from the ˶Tbiliˮ that means warm in English. In 10th century famous Arab geographer said: ”Water boils without fire there”.
Georgian National Museum was established at the end of 2004 and preserving the nation rich, authentic content of cultural heritage provides learning experiences for everyone. It supports the care and management of the nation's collection, both material and living, to expand and sustain access for current and future generations.
Georgian National Museum unifies:
- Museum of Georgia;
- Museum of Soviet Occupation;
- Museum of Fine Arts;
- Open Air Museum of Ethnography;
- Tbilisi History museum.
St. Mary's Cathedral Metekhi is located on the left bank of the river Mtkvari. The first church was probably built By King of Georgia Vakhtang Gorgasali in the 4th century. According to the orthodox sources Metekhi cliff was the place where saint Habo was tortured for Christianity in the 9th century. He became patron saint of Tbilisi and small his honor was built at the foot of the cliff.
The Trinity Cathedral is the crown of Georgian spiritual and cultural heritage of two-thousand-year history.
Holy Trinity Cathedral Sameba is located on Elia Hill in Tbilisi. Commonly known as Sameba. It was built between 1995 - 2004. Geological surveys required deep digging of the cave, due to which it was decided to till the underground space with buildings. Five churches were built: 1. The Large Church of the Annunciation; 2. The Church of St. George; 3. The Church of St. Nikolas; 4. The Church of all Saints 5. The Church of the Twelve Apostles. The rest of the space was used for a church museum. Each of the churches located under the ground is designed to function independently.
The Trinity Cathedral above the ground contains four churches: 1. The Church of the Archangels; 2. The Church of the Baptist; 3. The Church of St. Nino; 4 The Church of the Andria the firs called.
The complex also contains the Patriarch residence, hotel, a monastery, a building for theological academy, a bell-tower, the church of the Elijah the Prophet and a central porch with the church of the icon on the Iveria Mother of the God erected onto it.The dome rest on eight pillars, instead of four.the interior faced with important materials: the floor is paved with Chinese an Indian granites, the columns and walls are of Spanish marble. the staisar made of Spanish marble. The Cathedral doors are adorned with various ornaments.the Austrian company Orion from Swarovsky cristal produces the luster and lamps.
The height of the Cathedral is 77 m from O.O.Level. The height of the Cathedral below is 15.65 m. The height of the cross is 7.5 m. The height of the Cathedral. The length of the church is 70.4 m. The width of the church is 64.68 m.
Holy Trinity Cathedral Sameba is the third tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world.

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