Tbilisi Tours & Holidays
Join us on a holiday to Tbilisi
In Eastern Georgia, on the banks of the Kura River, lies Tbilisi, a city of unique food and dynamic cultural influences.
Being at the meeting point of Europe and Asia, Tbilisi has always been in the middle of conflict and trading, leaving behind a trail of fascinating historic relics. The most striking is Narikala, a 4th-century century fortress overlooking the Georgian capital. Also regarded as the Mother Fortress, Narikala was established to guard the city from invasion. Wander through the stunning streets of Tbilisi to see a combination of construction styles including medieval, neoclassical, Art Nouveau, and Stalinist. As Tbilisi is a small city, just 280 square miles in size, you can cover the best sights in just a few days.
One of the starring delights of Tbilisi is Georgian cuisine. Influenced by myriad civilisations over time, including Europe, the Middle East, and West Asia, you can expect to dine on spiced dumplings, meat stews, cheese bread, and of course, wine. Georgia has a fascinating wine culture. The country is known for producing kvevri wines, wine which is fermented in clay barrels and buried underground.
Things to do in Tbilisi
Whether it’s indulging in local wine or soaking up the city’s history, there are plenty of things to do in Tbilisi:
Wander the Bridge of Peace at sunset
Try kvevri wines
Soak in the city’s sulfur baths