5. First impression of Tbilisi-3 hours walking tour
We start the walk from Rose Revolution Square and go through Rustaveli Avenue. We see Tbilisi’s most important and magnificent buildings, visit the heart of the city, and walk down to the old town, one of the hottest rising destinations for travelers in recent years. There’s not enough space in this paragraph to describe all the important sites of Old City, but with our friendly and knowledgeable guides, you can feel like you have a live Google. We finish our tour with wine tasting, an absolute must-do on your first day in Georgia. Meeting point is located at Rose revolution square. You will see the Big Bicycle monument and our tour leaders wearing red scarf. If you are coming by subway, the Shota Rustaveli metro is a 50-meter from the meeting point. Because this is the central area, you have an extensive choice of hotels within walking distance. If you prefer to take a hotel far from Tbilisi city center, you can always use the Taxi app and come by car. Taxi is exceptionally cheap in Georgia.If you are a group of more than four people or live at our partner hotel, we will pick you up 45 minutes before the start time and take you to the meeting point. If you go to Paris, you must stroll the Champs Elysees, and when you visit Tbilisi, this is the one avenue you must explore. We explore Tbilisi’s most important and magnificent buildings and Many hotels, restaurants, cafes, and souvenirs. We reach the main square of Georgia-Liberty Square, at the heart of Tbilisi. In 2010 Rezo Gabriadze built a unique clock tower next to the marionette theatre in Tbilisi’s old town. An angel comes out with a small hammer to ring the bell every hour. There is a small puppet theatre inside the tower, and twice a day, at 12:00 and 19:00, you can see a show– “The Circle of Life.” Rezo decorated the building with hundreds of tiles, which he designed himself, and then it instantly became a prominent architectural attraction in Tbilisi. People often call it the Tower with a Clock or The Tower with an Angel. Bridge of Peace is the attraction one wouldn’t want to miss in Tbilisi. A pedestrian glass and steel bridge in a bow-shaped design sits over the Mtkvari River in the Georgian capital. It was officially opened in May 2010. The bridge was brought to Georgia from Italy in 200 unassembled components. The bridge is 156 meters long and has more than 10 000 LED bulbs built-in that are switched. On a daily 90 minutes before sunset. Marvel at the narrow streets and wooden balconies of the Old Town.We will walk in hidden streets, which tourists find difficult to find. We also walk at famous Shardeni Street. Shardeni Street is one of the most popular and beautiful streets in Tbilisi. This pedestrian street is so well known that any guest that travels to Georgia never leaves this country without visiting Shardeni Street.