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Tbilisi is the capital and largest city of Georgia, located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. The city is situated on both banks of the Kura River and has a rich history dating back to the 5th century AD. Tbilisi is known for its diverse architecture, which includes medieval fortresses, Soviet-era buildings, and modern glass skyscrapers.
Tbilisi International Airport is the main airport in Georgia and is located about 17 km southeast of Tbilisi city center. There are numerous airlines that offer direct flights to Tbilisi from major European cities, as well as connecting flights from other parts of the world.
The Georgian Railways operates a daily overnight train service from Baku, Azerbaijan to Tbilisi. There are also trains that connect Tbilisi with other major cities in Georgia, such as Kutaisi and Batumi.
There are numerous bus services that run between Tbilisi and other cities in Georgia, including Kutaisi and Batumi. International bus services also operate from Istanbul, Turkey and Yerevan, Armenia.
You can rent a car and drive to Tbilisi from neighboring countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, or Turkey, however, it's important to note that the border crossing procedures can be time-consuming.
Private transfers or taxis can be arranged from neighboring countries or local destinations within Georgia, such as Kutaisi Airport or Batumi Airport.
Places to visit
Explore Tbilisi's charming old town with its narrow alleys, historic buildings, and ancient churches.
Take a cable car or hike up to the top of the hill to see the ancient Narikala Fortress, which offers panoramic views over the city.
Experience traditional Georgian hospitality at one of the city famous sulfur baths, which are said to have healing properties.
This impressive pedestrian bridge is an architectural marvel that connects the old and new parts of the city.
Sample delicious Georgian dishes like khinkali (dumplings), khachapuri (cheese-filled bread), and lobio (spicy bean stew).
Learn about Georgia's rich history and culture at this fascinating museum, which has exhibits on archaeology, art, and ethnography.
Visit the ancient capital of Georgia, located just outside of Tbilisi, where you can see historic churches and monasteries, including the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Jvari and Svetitskhoveli.
Tbilisi has a vibrant nightlife scene with many bars, clubs, and music venues to choose from.
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