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Brutal Tours

#55 of 948 Tours in Tbilisi
Tbilisi, Georgia
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Tbilisi’s Soviet Concrete Walking Tour - A 6 hours walking tour through the capital of Georgia, spiced up with more concrete and soviet architecture than you could probably handle
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Matthew M wrote a review Aug 2021
8 contributions1 helpful vote
Eka was a fantastic guide - knowledgeable and super friendly. Her passion for the subject and for Tbilisi were evident and led to an engaging six hours that walked us through time. We didn’t expect to get as up close and personal with the architecture which was a nice surprise. The Chronicles of Georgia is a must see, along with the brutalist apartment buildings. It was the perfect mix of history, architecture, and culture. Highly recommend doing this tour after having seen the old parts of Tbilisi. For history buffs, this tour will definitely interest you.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Katrin G wrote a review Jan 2020
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This tour was brilliant for seeing a great variety of Tbilisi, rather than just the sugar coated old town. Tornike the guide had broad knowledge and imparted a lot of local and Georgian history through the buildings and various areas. I especially enjoyed the adventure into a secret derelict space, the highwalk between the apartment blocks (proper local - not the sort of place you'd just wander into, though perfectly safe) and the very authentic feeling cafeteria visit with a wide spread of delicious food for lunch.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Ben B wrote a review Oct 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom7 contributions13 helpful votes
This was a fantastic tour taking us everywhere from old Italian courtyards to outside of the city. The guide was passionate and knowledgeable and the tour was a highlight of my stay
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Esther S wrote a review Sep 2019
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Excellent tour guided by Tornike, to many locations that might be difficult to cover in a day otherwise. You start off in the old city at Pushkin Square before heading out out of the old city. Our small group had lots of questions about the complexity (and difficulties) of urban regeneration in Tbilisi and Tornike was both patient and also very knowledgeable. It's a great complement (and contrast) to the free walking tours of old-town Tbilisi.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Karen B wrote a review Sep 2019
Vancouver, Canada53 contributions36 helpful votes
An excellent tour that started in the center of Tbilisi and extended far out. Our guide Maurice was a “no holds barred” type of guy which was great and he thoroughly explained the modern culture of Tbilisi and why T’bilisi is the way it is. From there we went to several locations which were all entirely brutal in different ways, including brutal lunch service at a cafeteria. :) The highlight for me was the apartment block with the elevator that went to the 14th floor with no stops in between and the walkways that stretched in through them. Tbilisi is hard to get a read on, it is complex and multi layered. The more I learned, the more questions I had. It’s that kind of place. We never would have thought to go to any of these places so this tour was perfect and I highly recommend it. There’s enough grit to keep any seeker satisfied. If you are in any way out of shape and can’t climb hills, stairs, or cross uneven terrain, it’s not the tour for you. If you are wimpy or prissy, it’s not your tour either. In any case, wear sensible shoes and clothing and groove on the brutality of it all.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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