A bow-shaped pedestrian bridge, linking the Rike Park with Old town in central Tbilisi.
An ancient fortress overlooking Tbilisi, and the Mtkvari River. The recently restored St. Nicholas church is built on the lower court of the fortress which replaces the original 13th-century church that was destroyed in a fire.
The highest point in the capital and an excellent place for entertainment and recreation. Get to the top through a spectacular ride on the modern funicular and experience a spledid view of the entire city.
You can find numerous newly-wed couples smiling in front of the cameras. Go walk towards the end and you'll find the Hidden Waterfall, the source of the sulphur mineral water.
Commonly known as Sameba, the main Georgian Orthodox Cathedral and is the third-tallest Eastern Orthodox Cathedral in the world.
The Holy Cross Monastery of Jvari, a sixth-century Georgian Orthodox monastery and is listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
Literally, "The Lord's Fortress", an ancient rock-hewn town in eastern Georgia dating from the Early Iron Age to the Late Middle Ages.
Freedom Square An enduring symbol of Georgia’s desire for freedom and independence.
Tired from the day tour? Go find this place and fall in love with Georgian Food MUST TRY: Khinkali, a Georgian soup dumpling; Khachapuri, a molten canoe of carbohydrates and dairy; and Mtsvadi, meat impaled on a stick and cooked over an open flame. Best with Georgian wine.
Wet hair on a rainy evening, I pulled up to a set of wide tile domes in the Abanotubani District, and experienced a big tick on my ‘to-do bucket-list, the SULPHUR BATH.
The largest and highest ski resort in Georgia at an elevation of 2,200 meters (7,200 ft.) above sea level.