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We travelled up to the park on the Funicular, which was good for views, but we had to wait a fair amount of time both ways. The park itself seemed to be full of cheesy fairground rides, probably great for kids, but not for us...More
We took the funicular to Mount Mtatsminda in the morning, and spent a couple of hours wandering around the quiet funfair and looking at the views. If you want the funfair in action go later on!! We discovered that we could walk over to the...More
at nights lights have different colors on it. and in the day time you want to see it too. I think you can take the stairs to climb there. its a challange for me. on the half way if you tired you can stop to...More
Quite a surprise once you reach the top of the cable car trip. An expansive area of attractions, restaurants, parks and of course a spectacular view across Tbilisi.
For those finding a walk a challenge I would recommend catching a taxi to the cable car,...More
You go up the mountain on the funicular and you come to the quite big amusement park with where you find many attractions like in other parks. I liked the restaurant up and some of the amusements there. And of course the view of the...More
The main purpose of going up Mount Mtatsminda for me was to get a view over the city. The view is certainly worthwhile and easy access via the funicular. I then walked around the fairground and as most was closed when I was there this...More
Spectacular views of the city: Mtatsminda or Narichala Fortress. Spectacular views of the river: Europe Bridge or Mtekhi Church/Vakhtang Gorgasali statue. If you are Orthodox Christians: Sameba Cathedral is awe-inspiring... More
Spectacular views of the city: Mtatsminda or Narichala Fortress. Spectacular views of the river: Europe Bridge or Mtekhi Church/Vakhtang Gorgasali statue. If you are Orthodox Christians: Sameba Cathedral is awe-inspiring along with a sweeping view of the city. If you want where many Georgians go for wedding pictures: Jvari Chapel, overlooking Mtskheta. Hope this helps