Tbilisi Vacations & Travel Packages!
Tbilisi is the capital and largest city of Georgia. This city is considered a touchdown point for Sulfur baths, exotic wines, eclectic cuisines, inexpensive jewelry and other antique items in Europe. Founded in 479 AD, Tbilisi offers a panoramic view of its profound history through its top of the line architecture that corresponds to a series of Medieval, Neoclassical, Art Nouveau, Stalinist and Modernist structures. The Georgian capital is also considered as one of the safest cities in the world and thus presents itself as a complete package for tourists.
Places of Interest in Tbilisi
Old Tbilisi is the soul of the Georgian capital. Visitors are usually left spellbound when they look at its vintage balconies, ancient churches, and historical fortress. Slowly traversing through here would lead you to the churches and mosques of art nouveau architecture. Do not forget to take the time out for Mtsasminda, it is a charming place filled with old houses with traditional balconies.
Simon Janashia Museum
Simon Janashia Museum is home to millions of Georgian and Caucasian archeological and ethnographic artifacts dating back to the Bronze Age. You should take time to admire its star attractions, which consist of a Homo Ergaster (prehistoric human) fossil, 5th century BC jewelry, a collection of 80000 old coins, and an engraving of Urartian inscriptions.
Sameba (or the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi)
Known as one of the largest religious buildings in the world, Sameba presents a stunning example of architectural beauty that has assimilated elements from traditional Georgian and Byzantine architectures.