Legvachtahvi Gorge
Legvachtahvi Gorge
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mcmonScotland
Girvan, UK844 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
The walkways and bridges are well-maintained and make it easy to get around. We visited on a sunny weekday afternoon and it wasn’t too busy or crowded. There were street musicians and dancers in folk costumes in a couple places. This is an incredible attraction and without the walkways few people would see the wonderful gorge and waterfall.
Written February 25, 2020
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TAIN2013
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,883 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019
In the heart of Tbilisi's Old Town running through the sulphur baths is this beautiful gorge with a stream running through it. The stream originates in the botanical gardens and runs to the river. At the start of the gorge is a beautiful waterfall which provides water for the stream. There are several pedestrian bridges across the stream including a bridge of locks. There is a souvenir shop and some local craftsmen and musicians. Some local students also come here to sketch and paint and the locals come here to relax. Access to the waterfall is unfortunately closed.

It is great to see the beautiful Tbilisi buildings from underneath and you can see the buildings jutting out from the cliff.

Although located in the heart of the city, the attraction is off the beaten path and is not very famous. So it doesn't get too crowded.
Written February 15, 2020
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LuizDutraNeto
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,621 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
Right behind Tbilisi's famous sulphur baths in the "Abanotubani" quarter, you will find "Legvachtahvi Gorge" - or simply the "Fig Gorge", named after the many fig trees previously existing in the area. The gorge is easily reached through a serie of paths and small bridges - including an amazing love padlocks' bridge! Its high walls are extremely impressive and you will see, way above, on the cliff's edge, the typical colorful wooden Georgian houses, with their open carved balconies. In the evenings, special lightings create a beautiful and romantic atmosphere! Enjoy!
Written May 9, 2020
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arvind1000
Pune, India2,266 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Couples
Leghvtakhevi - ‘fig gorge’, in Georgian - is located behind Tbilisi’s renowned Sulphur Baths. This beautiful waterfall is now reachable through a series of paths and bridges behind the baths. A popular location to relax and stroll about, it is worth a visit
Written April 20, 2022
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Tissa.travels
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,265 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019
Truely a hidden gem, located on the other side of the fortress. Lovely gorge with a waterfall and typical Georgian architecture. Must see.
Written January 31, 2020
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Mohamed Sami
Alexandria, Egypt1,466 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Tbilisi owes its presence and being the capital of Georgia to this place. The name Tiflis means the hot spring, and that's why this city was built.
Written January 31, 2021
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Zhanna S
London, UK31 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
Seeing this waterfall surrounded buy ancient walls right in the middle of Tbilisi was one of the most memorable surprises to us! My friend who lives in Tbilisi took us there saying that she will show us something 'very unusual'. We went there when it was dark and the view was amazing. We even managed to come very close to the waterfall and stand right next to it. I can still hear its noise. The walls around just tell you how much history and untouched since then architecture is there in that fascinating city. This is not the only surprise that you can see there and I do not know how come that Tbilisi has not become one of the obvious destinations for people.
Written October 9, 2019
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zamila s
Dubai, United Arab Emirates6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
This is right in the middle of the busy streets of Tblisi, a mini spring. The water flows from the waterfalls and meets the river. It is little place to sit and relax.
Written September 2, 2018
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kramyou
Mason, OH36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Family
Buildings have open balconies with hand made wooden railings, this is a true Georgian style architecture from 19th and first half of 18th century.
Written March 27, 2019
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Clevlander
Springfield, IL4,987 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
Nice troll in the historic center of town where you can see the waterfall. It is surrounded by the traditional Turkish baths in the area. Very photogenic and pleasant.
Written November 9, 2023
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