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All reviews peace bridge concert hall mtkvari river narikala fortress cable car station giant piano across the bridge major landmarks aerial tramway the heart of the city fresh air starting point peaceful place old town botanical gardens couple of hours nice walk
The park itself has lots of activities Inc the 2 interesting shaped buildings
The cable cars are fantastic and give a brilliant view of the whole of tblisi.
The ruins of the castle at the top is also great with a botanical garden ( which...More
Since I visited this park during my first day in Tbilisi, I fell in love with it. Rike Park should be visited at different times of the day because it has its beauty in each of them. During the day and after taking an refreshing...More
Rike Park can be accessed from the old city across the Bridge of Peace or by steps from Avlabari. Situated on the River Kura, it has become a real tourist attraction. From here you can go on a boat trip or you can take the...More
It's a nice walk thru the park. You can take the cable car to see the Narikala Fortress, botanical gardens or the Mother of Georgia statue. From the park you can also go to the Bridge of Peace. There is lots of place to sit...More
Nice park to walk through and was close to our Vinotel base. Make sure you see the Ronald Reagan statue on a bench...(we found it by accident) and strange sculptures like giant pianos.
Then it is the way to walk to either the Cable Car...More
This is just an ordinary modern park without anything of particular interest. You might come here in order to take the cable car up to the fortress, but otherwise there's not really too much of interest.
We crossed the peace bridge (love it or hate it), to us is architecturally beautiful, into a very big open space within Tbilisi, considering everything is quite crammed in, especially in old town. There is plenty of seating, and quite peaceful, a welcomed break, from,...More