Tbilisi is the capital and the largest city of Georgia. The city covers area of 726 km2 on the both sides of Mtkvari river and has the population of 1.480.000 people (2006 census). Founded in the 5th century AD by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Kartli (Iberia) and made into a capital in the 6th century, Tbilisi is a significant industrial, social, and cultural center.
- Anchiskhati church - built in 5th-6th centuries, is situated in Old Tbilisi. It is triple-nave basilica.
- Sioni cathedral - was initially built in the 6 th-7th centuries. Since then, it has been destroyed by foreign invaders and reconstructed by Georgians several times. The current church is based on a 13th century version with some changes from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
- Narikala castle - exists here since the middle of the 4th century. It was occupied by Iranian, North Caucasian and Byzantine, Arab conquerors in various periods of time. Royal palace was also resided here. Church of St. Nickoloz was built within the castle in 13th century. It was rebuilt in the latter half of 20th century.
- Old Tbilisi
- Abanot Ubani
- Sharden Street
- Metechi church of Holy Virgin - buit in 5th century and rebuilt in 13th century. Royal palace was situated here before moving to Narikala Castle. Metechi is a central-domed church.
- Sameba cathedral - Holy Trinity Cathedral, called as “Millennium Building”. Sameba is the greatest Orthodox Cathedral in Georgia and Caucasus. It represents the synthesis of cross–domed and central-domed churches. It is 100 meters in heigt.
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- Comfortable mini-bus transporting Mercedes SPRINTER or Mercedes Vito
- English-speaking guide services