Walking tour of Tbilisi


3/4 Hours

Tour type




We provide our guests with an exclusive tour of the city of Tbilisi

On this tour you will really cover the entire city of Tbilisi, you will travel through the non-tourist streets of the city of Tbilisi and you will feel the real flavor.

The price of the tour is 1-3 people 300 GEL, 4-7 people 450 GEL, 8 and more is negotiable.


On this tour we will visit:

Tbilisi Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, or Sameba for short, is the main Orthodox Christian cathedral in Georgia. Located in Tbilisi, on Mount Elia, Avlabari. It was built in 1995-2004 according to the design of architect Archil Mindiashvili. This is the largest cathedral in Georgia.

Mtatsminda Park is located at the top of the mountain of the same name. This place is considered one of the most picturesque in Tbilisi, so visiting it is included in any tourist route. In addition to the picturesque view, the park can pleasantly surprise adults and children with a large number of attractions for every taste, and here you can try the famous donuts of the city of Tbilisi.

The capital of Georgia is famous for several impressive sights. Among them are the Narikala fortress, the Mother of Kartli, the Tsminda Sameba Cathedral and the largest – the “History of Georgia” memorial. Few of the city’s guests visit it, although the semantic load and large-scale dimensions are worth your attention and time.

The grandiose ensemble of monumental sculptures “History of Georgia” was created by the hands of the Tbilisi genius Zurab Tsereteli. He is a world famous sculptor and artist who has created many monuments in different countries, but this monument is considered one of his best works.


And finally, we will visit Turtle Lake from where unforgettable landscapes of the city open up.

Turtle Lake (in Georgian “Kus Tba”) is a small body of water located in the Vake-Saburtalo district of Tbilisi, on the northern slope of Mount Mtatsminda at an altitude of almost 700 meters above sea level, overlooking the Vake Park and the Ethnographic Museum. Once upon a time, many turtles lived here, which is why the lake got its sonorous name. They are still found here today, although in much smaller numbers.


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