1. Tbilisi: City and Backstreets Alternative Walking Tour
Since the 19th century, Tbilisi began to grow and develop rapidly. The centre went beyond the boundaries of the "old Asian city". The left bank of the Mtkvari River began to be actively developed, filling the streets with new architecture, fashionable shops, factories and immigrants from Europe and Russia. Bourgeois New Tiflis has become a symbol of change. Traditions intertwined with the spirit of the era and created a unique image of the capital of Georgia. From Freedom square, we will head through Orbeliani plaza to the city's left bank. We will wander between the rows of the Dry Bridge flea market, looking for past treasures of the past. Then look at the pedestrian area of Agmashenebeli Avenue, go to the famous Fabrika and finally reach Marjanishvili square through backstreets and beautiful gardens.