About Attraction

Because of its geographic location at the center of the Caucasus region, Tbilisi has always been a crossroad for various cultures, ethnic groups, trade routes and political interests. In addition, being part (and center in some cases) of different empires and states throughout its long history has left its mark on the city. This is still evident in both the mixture of different architecture styles and the everyday urban life of the capital.
The most notable landmarks and popular destinations sites of Tbilisi include: the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, Narikala Fortress, Rike Park, Botanical Garden, National Museum, Mtatsminda Funicular and Park, National Opera Theater, Freedom Square, Rustaveli Avenue, Open Air Museum of Ethnography, The Bridge of Peace, etc.