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Tbilisi - Mtskheta - Jvari. Full City Tour on Hop On Hop Off Bus
$24.36 per adult
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3 Days Georgia Tour package
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Tbilisi & Mtskheta bus tour hop on hop off
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Full Day Kazbegi, Ananuri, Jinvali, Gudauri and Gergeti Private Tour
$70.00 per adult
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Kazbegi ave.24 Freedom Square to Kostava Street, Tbilisi 0177 Georgia
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Medical UniversityTbilisi Metro17 min
DelisiTbilisi Metro3 min
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Full day tour to Kazbegi

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Travel to the amazing Caucasian mountains on a full day tour from Tbilisi to Ananuri fortress , Georgian-Russian friendship monument in Gudauri and Gergeti monastery.with an experienced mountain driver and a professional Tour Leader.
$25.00 per adult
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LuizDutraNeto wrote a review May 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,045 contributions1,357 helpful votes
This is certainly Tbilisi's most beautiful and affluent Avenue! This central avenue was formerly known as "Golovin Street" and was renamed after the medieval Georgian acclaimed poet "Shota Rustaveli'. It starts at "Freedom Square" and runs for about 1,5km up to Kostava Street. Along its shaded sides, some of the most important and magnificent buildings of Tbilisi, as the "Parliament of Georgia", the "Kashveti St. George Church", the "Rustaveli Theater", the "Georgian National Museum", the "Tbilisi Opera House", as well as hotels, restaurants, cafés, shops and offices. Just unmissable at any visit to Tbilisi! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TAIN2013 wrote a review Mar 2020
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,859 contributions780 helpful votes
The upmarket street is named after a medieval Georgian poet. It starts at the Freedom square and is considered to be the main street of Tbilisi. It is home to many government and public buildings including the former Parliament of Georgia, Rustaveli Cinema, Opera and many other buildings. The avenue has also been the site of many anti-government protests both during and after the Soviet era. This is the most beautiful avenue in Tbilisi and is definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Paul Legate wrote a review Mar 2020
St Ives, United Kingdom16,240 contributions22,472 helpful votes
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Rustaveli Avenue is the main thoroughfare of Central Tbilisi and was originally known as Golovin Street. The prestigious avenue was named after Georgian poet Shota Rustavelli. Rustaveli Avenue has a wide range of sights and attractions including the Parliament of Georgia, Georgian National Opera Theatre, 9th of April Park amongst many others. We were staying to the north of Rustaveli Avenue so we had time to visit several times and also we were able to walk its entire length on one occasion. Rustaveli Avenue has an abundance of attractions within a relatively small area and is worth spending a few days to explore the district.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mauser1166 wrote a review Mar 2020
Killeen, Texas170 contributions63 helpful votes
Really folks, if you go to Paris, you simply must stroll the Champs Elysées and if you visit T'bilisi, this is the one avenue that have to explore. It rivals anything found in any other European Capitol. The people are friendly, the sights are fantastic and the food is out of this world.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Maria Rachel wrote a review Feb 2020
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I truly enjoyed the lights on display for Christmas this year. It is a good place for a stroll and you can find almost any shop you may need here.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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