Tbilisi is an amazing city in Georgia with kind and hardworking people. There is something interesting at every step here.
Directly from this amazing town you can get to one of its main objects – the Black Sea. In one day, you can walk here along a route more than 8 kilometers long from Rustaveli Avenue to Freedom Square.
The parliament building was once located on Rustaveli Avenue. The building has survived to this day and is a historical monument. The Opera and Ballet Theater is also within walking distance.
Another fascinating place is the Dry Bridge market. Here you can find many merchants offering things from a bygone era, as well as later rarities, for example, old cameras or dishes. Goodwill must be shown in every deal – Georgians appreciate this.
The Bridge of Peace, which is considered the hallmark of Tbilisi, stretches over the Karasuyu River. Local residents do not recognize the building, as it allegedly deprives the city of its unique look. At night, the bridge is illuminated by many sparkling lanterns.
Park “Rike” is a real “corner of nature”, rich in green spaces and flowers of different types. This is a cozy place for relaxation and fun. You can often find street musicians, whose performances are breathtaking and unusual sculptures.
The Georgian people also appreciate the Tiflis baths, which outwardly resemble ordinary baths. Water comes to them from sulphurous sources. Tourists come from all over the world to visit these baths, which are considered a source of health and longevity. It is best to use them, however, in the winter season – after steaming the body, it is not easy to endure the heat of the street.
The Sololaki area is very reminiscent of narrow but cozy Italian streets. In this part of Tbilisi, the atmosphere of the last century and a kind of fairy tale reigns, where residents do not grow old in heart and soul, in the evening playing dominoes with the whole house and tasting local Georgian sweets and Puri, the national fragrant bun.