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Tbilisi Flight Ticket And City Guide

TBILISI
TBILISI

Divided in two by the Kura River, the Georgian capital of Tbilisi is a wonderful city where the modern meets the traditional. With its vibrant nightlife, delicious flavours from various cuisines, deep-rooted art history, and sites of natural beauty, Tbilisi is a city that you should discover right away. The city offers historical buildings on every corner, as well as modern cafes, upmarket streets and friendly people. If you are planning a holiday in this vibrant city, our advice is to start by taking a look at the best value offers on Tbilisi flights. Once you have arranged your return flights and accommodation, it’s time to cast an eye over our Tbilisi city guide

  • Eating and Drinking

    As Georgia’s most vibrant city, Tbilisi offers a wide range of dining options. As well as the meat- and pastry-based Georgian cuisine, the city also has many restaurants serving dishes from world cuisines. Among all of these special places awaiting your discovery, we particularly recommend Cullinarium, where you can taste dishes from Asian, European and Georgian cuisines, and the Gabriadze Cafe, which also serves as a theatre. What’s more, eating out in Tbilisi won’t blow your budget.

    Other Popular Restaurants:

    - Cafe78 Tbilisi
    - Vera Steakhouse
    - Tifliso

  • Aktau'da Şehri Tanıtım

    Ülkenin tek havaalanı, başkent Kuveyt'teki Uluslararası trafiğe açık havaalanıdır. Bu noktadan araç kiralayabilir, taksi ya da havaalanı otobüslerini kullanarak şehir merkezine ulaşabilirsiniz.

  • Shopping

    Top of your shopping list in Tbilisi are likely to be handmade products, wooden souvenirs, and wine. If you prefer upmarket shops and designer boutiques, you should head to Chavchavadze Avenue, while the Dry Bridge Market on Rustaveli Avenue gives you the chance to buy original artworks by many artists. Another important Tbilisi shopping destination is the Lilo Market on the outskirts of the city. 

  • Aktau'da Şehri Tanıtım

    Ülkenin tek havaalanı, başkent Kuveyt'teki Uluslararası trafiğe açık havaalanıdır. Bu noktadan araç kiralayabilir, taksi ya da havaalanı otobüslerini kullanarak şehir merkezine ulaşabilirsiniz.

  • Attractions

    There are so many places to visit in Tbilisi, a city neighbouring the Black Sea , that a short holiday of a few days may not be enough. At the top of your list of things to see in Tbilisi is the Old Town, which is similar to those in many other European cities. The area of the Old Town includes Freedom Square and the Bridge of Peace. During your trip you will certainly want to visit the fortress of Narikala and the Mother of Kartli Statue, the Abanotubani Region famed for its sulphur baths, Freedom (Tavisuplebis) Square, Kashveti Church on Rustaveli Avenue, the Georgian National Museum, and the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre. If you want to do even more exploring during your stay, head to the magnificent Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, and the 11th-century Metekhi Church, sample the range of eating options on Agmashenebeli Avenue, do some upmarket window shopping on Chavchavadze Avenue, or take the funicular railway up to Mtatsminda Park.

    Click here to read the Glober article about Tibilisi.

  • Aktau'da Şehri Tanıtım

    Ülkenin tek havaalanı, başkent Kuveyt'teki Uluslararası trafiğe açık havaalanıdır. Bu noktadan araç kiralayabilir, taksi ya da havaalanı otobüslerini kullanarak şehir merkezine ulaşabilirsiniz.

  • Accommodation

    In recent years Tbilisi has seen a real surge in tourism, and the number of accommodation options rises every day. Hotel prices in Tbilisi are suitable for all budgets. Hotels are mainly situated in the city centre, and two ideal choices for those who don’t want to compromise on comfort are the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel and the Citadines Freedom Square Tbilisi.

    Other Accommodation Options:

    - ZP Palace
    - Rooms Hotel Tbilisi
    - Citadel Narikala Hotel

  • Aktau'da Şehri Tanıtım

    Ülkenin tek havaalanı, başkent Kuveyt'teki Uluslararası trafiğe açık havaalanıdır. Bu noktadan araç kiralayabilir, taksi ya da havaalanı otobüslerini kullanarak şehir merkezine ulaşabilirsiniz.

  • Transportation

    A flight of approximately two hours will take you to Georgia's Tbilisi Airport, which is very close to the city centre. To reach the centre from the airport you can use the Fly&Bus service provided free of charge to Atlasglobal passengers. You can also take a taxi to the city centre, which will cost you approximately 35 Lari. The most popular form of transport within the city is walking. Taxis can be an option for longer distances, but it is worth haggling over the price. The city has a small but historical metro, and a ride on the Tbilisi Metro feels more like a sightseeing tour than a form of transport. 

  • Aktau'da Şehri Tanıtım

    Ülkenin tek havaalanı, başkent Kuveyt'teki Uluslararası trafiğe açık havaalanıdır. Bu noktadan araç kiralayabilir, taksi ya da havaalanı otobüslerini kullanarak şehir merkezine ulaşabilirsiniz.

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