Tbilisi Tbilisi (Georgian: თბილი)
Tourism in Tbilisi is the mythical city that extends along the tributaries, where the Kora river flows inside to give it that distinctive aesthetic touch. The legend tells that one of the kings of Georgia went fishing, and while he was on his way to catch a bird, the bird fell near some hot springs. The king found the beautiful area, called Tbili, a Georgian word meaning warmth. And a distinctive myth.
The most important places in the capital Tbilisi
Sulphate Abanobeni Baths: Heat gives another touch of skin
The Tbilisi sulfur baths known as the baths of Abanubeni are the most famous baths in Tbilisi, Georgia, but in the Caucasus region in general. Known for its hot sulfuric water, which is intended for tourists from all over the world, to heal and give the skin a soft touch, and help the water to recover from many diseases of bone.
Located in the Kamel district of the old and historic part of Tbilisi, the baths are one of Georgia’s oldest tourist destinations, and are located on the eastern side of the Kora River, a source of hot sulfuric eyes that has been active for more than 700 years.
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity: Georgia celebrates Christ
Religion is a human component that interferes with most aspects of life. The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is located in Tbilisi, Georgia, known as Samiba, as a religious, humane prayer. The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the most important cathedral in the Georgian Orthodox Church, built between 1995 and 2004 and is the third longest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world and one of the largest religious buildings in the world in terms of total area.
Turtle Lake: The water is seen for the city
The turtle lake in Tbilisi, Georgia, is characterized by calm and tranquility, as it is not located in the city itself, but in one of the nearby suburbs, specifically the Vick area, so named because of the many turtles living in this place. The small turtle lake is situated on the northern slope of the Metasminda mountain at a height of 686.7 m above sea level and is fed by a small river called Varazyski.
The surface area is 34 square kilometers and the maximum depth is 2.6 meters. The Turtle Lake area is designed as a recreational area where festivals and concerts are held.
Narikala Castle: A child in the lap of the mountain
The Sacred Mountain (Matatsminda) hosts fragments of the ancient Narikala Castle. Is an old castle overlooking Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia and the river Kora. The castle consists of two sections on a steep hill between sulfur baths and botanical gardens. First known as the “Choris Tse”, or the fortified fortress, or the fortified fortress, it is said that the name Narikala is Persian. It is also said that the name is Mogul and means the small castle.
National Museum of Georgia
Founded in 2005 to preserve the Georgian cultural heritage, it is a collection of 13 museums. The museum presents an impressive collection dating back to different eras, including lots of gold pieces, silver and stones, as well as old paintings, statues and paintings. Variety such as Asian art and historical photography.
Kartlis Deda Monument
The Statue of Queen Tamara “Mother of the Georgians” is the granddaughter of Georgia’s King David Agmashinabli, who ruled Georgia in the Golden Age, built in 1958 to commemorate the 1500th anniversary of the founding of the city of Tbilisi. The monument stands at the top of Mettsminda Hill and became a symbol of the city. It was designed as a woman, Queen Tamara wearing a Georgian national uniform and carrying in her left hand Cuba to receive those who come as friends and in her right hand the sword to those who come as enemies.
Opera Tbilisi and the Ballet Theater Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theater
A beautiful building on Rustaville Street, a center of cultural life in the Georgian capital, first built in 1847 and opened three years later. It was severely burned on October 11, 1874. In 1896, it was rebuilt. The world’s legendary shows including the Swan Lake, Giselle and the Nutcracker Romeo, Juliet and others.
Aerial Tramway in Tbilisi Aerial Tramway in Tbilisi
The tram is a modern transport in Tbilisi in 2012, built at a great height above the old city. To make it easy to move from Rike Park to Narikala Castle in 2 minutes, you can also visit the Botanical Gardens and the Kartlis Deda Memorial, which has become a symbol of the city of Tbilisi The capital, tram transport makes the trip easier and faster and gives you a great view of the Mitkvari River and the old town.
Rick Park Rike Park
Is the smallest recreational area but one of the best tourist spots in Tbilisi, which is the most popular place for local and international visitors. It is very easy to find, located on the left bank of the river Kora next to the Peace Bridge. It has a wide range of recreational facilities, climbing walls, children’s maze and giant game board. Chess as well as pedestrian corridors, has the starting point of the newly opened cable car and takes visitors on a tour to Narikala Castle and other Tbilisi landmarks.
Peace Bridge The Bridge of Peace
The Bridge of Peace is a pedestrian bridge in the shape of a glass-and-steel arch located above the river Kora in the center of the capital
The bridge is a symbol of the city of Tbilisi and one of the tourist attractions in Georgia, where you see sparkling with charming lights every evening in the center of Tbilisi
The bridge is 150 meters long and connects the historic part of Tbilisi with the modern one. It opened in 2010
Botanical garden botanical garden
Botanical Garden is one of the most popular places in Tbilisi