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Tbilisi Old Town (Dzveli Tbilisi)
Tbilisi Old Town (Dzveli Tbilisi)

Tbilisi Old Town (Dzveli Tbilisi)

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774 Reviews
Tbilisi, Georgia

The Basics

Winding up the hillside beneath the Narikala Fortress, Tbilisi’s Old Town is best explored on foot. Tours typically stop by the historic district’s top attractions, including Anchiskhati Basilica, the Abanotubani sulfur baths, and Sioni Cathedral. Or, check out the Old Town’s trendy eateries and bars on a culinary tour or pub crawl. Several full- and multi-day tours across Georgia and beyond feature Tbilisi.

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Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery

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Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
$10.00 per adult
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Highly recommend this tour! A great way to see Tbilisi and understand the history behind its making. The lunch was authentic and delicious. Great for a Tbilisi first-timer, Data was amazing, knowledgeable and lots of fun!
Lamis_Y, May 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Tbilisi

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High quality tour guide in Tbilisi
Sahbi_K, May 2021
Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
If I were speaking to someone about this walking tour, I would stress that you are a "blue chip" tour guide company. I myself have usually been in a little less style. At the same time, it was not so expensive and I thoroughly enjoyed every single moment with the great local tour guide Luka. Thanks! "
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Beautiful memories from Tbilisi
Amiram_G, Apr 2021
Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
The tour was educational interesting and comprehensive -it’s a must! My guide was knowledgeable and informative, fluent English speaking And a good companion for the tour-highly recommend!
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Best khinkali ever!
Agnese_C, Sep 2020
9 Tastings - Private food & wine walk through historical Tbilisi with
We really enjoyed the tour, had a nice introduction to Georgean history, traditions and had the best khinkali ever!Thank You!
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Great value for money!
TransSib1, Mar 2020
Tbilisi city walking Tour with local guide
We learned a lot about the history of beautiful Tbilisi and life in Georgia from our excellent tour guide, Natia.
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Amazing walking tour
Anna, Feb 2020
Old Town Walking Tour
Alex was so informative and we went to many places, and it was an amazing walking tour! I would recommend this to all solo travelers
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Not just a tour; lunch with a friend
Samantha_W, Feb 2020
9 Tastings - Private food & wine walk through historical Tbilisi with
Niniko met us at our meeting point as scheduled and we promptly started our tour. As we walked, she shared stories about the neighborhood and it's roots. We had two children (age 10) and she was fabulous interacting with them, as well as us. The food was delicious; a varied sample of traditional cuisine. She made us feel like we were having lunch with an old friend catching up on life. We left full, happy and with a deeper understanding of Georgian culture. Thank you Niniko.
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Our friend George from Georgia!
Nash_S, Apr 2021
Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
George from Georgia was a tremendous guide, immersed in knowledge brought to life by fascinating stories. George’s pace was easy going and never rushed. He would take our questions with ease and always paid attention to the details. George was more like an informed tourist, who felt like a member of our group, than a scripted tour guide. I would most definitely seek out George from Georgia on a visit to Tbilisi!
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Marina (Russia)
marinamagiaeva, Jan 2020
Old Town Walking Tour
If you a person interested in historical heritage, culture and customs this excursion program definitely for you! During this sightseeing tour I was ovserving not only numerous historical buildings and monuments but also breathtaking panoramic view of Tbilisi. In addition, you can visit the ethnografic museum, the churches and various local shops with handicraft products, vine, honey and even rugs. So, you are welcome !
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Memorable Experience !
Resort154073, Oct 2019
Tbilisi city Full day Private tour
This was one amazing drive plus walk through of the breathtakingly beautiful Tbilisi city. Our charming, energetic and knowledgeable guide Meri made it a memorable day for us. She regaled us with stories about Tbilisi and went beyond her brief to ensure a truly wonderful experience. The super punctual car driver would be waiting for us at the precise pickup points so we didn't waste even a moment.
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Wonderful overview of the city
Roving690590, Oct 2019
Tbilisi city Full day Private tour
Had a great tour with Pavel, who was incredibly knowledgeable and open and also a very good English-speaking driver. We saw all the major points of the city and still had time to explore areas leisurely. The company was very professional and sent a confirmation via WhatsApp within a day of booking. I highly recommend!
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A wonderful, unmissable food tour
rahulodedra, Feb 2020
9 Tastings - Private food & wine walk through historical Tbilisi with
A truly memorable experience that gave us a fantastic understanding of Georgian cuisine, taking us to places we never would have considered and getting plenty of history along the way. Our guide George was brilliant!
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Interesting
speranza_ne15, Nov 2019
Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
The walking tour was very interesting with a lot of secret information from local tour-guide. You will not tired. Tour is going around 3-4 hours and you will see the most popular places plus at the end you will try local bread in small local bakery))). Tour-Guide speaks perfect English. We really enjoyed our excursion.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Tbilisi’s Old Town can be tricky for wheelchair users, though accessible tours are increasingly available.

  • Tours normally include entrance to paid attractions; otherwise, you can book admission to some sights in advance.

  • You’ll usually need to cover your shoulders when visiting religious sites—pop a shawl in your bag before heading out to sightsee.

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How to Get There

Tbilisi’s Old Town straddles the Kura River before climbing up toward the Narikala Fortress and Kartlis Deda monument. As the district is compact enough to navigate on foot, most city tours depart from a central meeting point. If you’re getting there from farther away, drive or take advantage of Georgia’s comprehensive—if a little slow in places—public transit system.

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When to Get There

For fewer crowds and milder temperatures, go in early autumn or late spring, when the weather is ideal for walking. On Georgian Independence Day (May 26), you’ll find a great deal to see and do across Tbilisi’s old and new districts. Easter is a lively time of year within Orthodox communities.

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A City on the Crossroads

As you stroll through Tbilisi, you’ll notice all sorts of architectural and cultural influences and styles, from Islamic to Stalinist, medieval to modern. The city’s location on the geographical crossroads between Asia and Europe means it’s been a site of trade and invasion for centuries. Learn more about Tbilisi’s unique past at the Tbilisi History Museum, or widen your perspective of Georgian culture at the Open Air Museum of Ethnography.

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