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This town is so vibrant with old houses, buildings, restaurants etc.... It even looks more amazing at night. Beautifully lit up. One could just loose his/herself walking down the streets soaking in the rich culture, heritage and history.
Right in the heart of the City...More
Tbilisi old town is a fascinating place to stroll round. There are churches, mosques, street vendors, bars, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops, all within a short walk of each other. Some of the old houses in the back streets look so dilapidated but it adds...More
We had amazing lunch with friends at old tbilisi. Georgian restaurant name SORMONI Meidan it was hotel King Gorgasali Restaurant. They had very special dishes with luxury service. Staff amazing, clean place and fantastic view to King Gorgasali Monument. We recommend Hotel And Restaurant also...More
I love walking thru the old parts of a city. Whether it's safe or unsafe. I love to observe the architecture of the oldest buildings in the area. Old Town was enjoyable to wander around and take sojourn in. It's full of old and young,...More
We were a group of 5 female friends and a travel agent had organised our trip and by far the safest and well managed times of all 03 days of our trip was with Mr. Nika!
This is his contact # +995 -59145 99 15...More
Walk here and Love the old architecture and the fine art wood work while it is still here. Love the people and the food, the wine and the open arms. Experience how so many religions and so many people can live peacefully side by side....More
This is definitely the place to stay in lovely Tbilisi centre, as long as you don't have heavy suitcases!! The roads are extremely steep and cars can't always make it to your hotel, so be careful when choosing accommodation. Having said that it's a wonderful...More
We visit the old tbilisi and rike park. Rope way give me a good view of tbilisi. And near to bathroom sulfur. You can visit the bathroom sulfur botanical park narikala in one day. Because very near together. But we like more the botanical park....More
You might check hotelscom, but the best location to stay is either near Meidan, or old town square. Airbnb is also a big help (if you are interested). As far as Taxi, download these to Apps, they are pretty much like... More
You might check hotelscom, but the best location to stay is either near Meidan, or old town square. Airbnb is also a big help (if you are interested). As far as Taxi, download these to Apps, they are pretty much like Uber:
All you need is a local sim card, which you can buy it for about $5. Magti usually has a good coverage, speed and price, but you might check the other ones at the airport. Good luck and enjoy beautiful Tibilisi
Response from EstherKeller | Reviewed this property |
I have just found out what time period you want to research. Very old records are in the State Archive. I'm just trying to find out how long back the documents go in either place and will get back to you
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Home from home for backpackers in Tbilisi is Marjanishvili, a leafy street that`s full of local life,east of the Mtkvari River.Several homestays of varying character offer inexpensive accommodation here.They... More
Home from home for backpackers in Tbilisi is Marjanishvili, a leafy street that`s full of local life,east of the Mtkvari River.Several homestays of varying character offer inexpensive accommodation here.They don`t serve food but there are plenty of economical eateries and food shops nearby.To get there using the metro you can get off both at the Rustaveli Station or the Marjanishvili Station.
Good bye to the old year ! Here`s to the new !