Summer residence of Georgian Queen Darejani The Palace Sachino is one of the oldest two palaces in Tbilisi that was preserved to this day.
Vake Park – Victory Park - is one of the most popular recreational areas, located on the western end of Chavchavadze Avenue, Tbilisi
Located on the left bank of the River Mtkvari, Europe square links the historical parts of capital city of Georgia Tbilisi.
Gardenia Shevadrandze is a German-style garden, situated on the top of the hill, in Tbilisi.
The Bank of Georgia headquarters building located in Tbilisi is one of the most iconic structures of the city.
Mtatsminda Pantheon is a necropolis of Georgian Writers and Public Figures. It is located in the yard of St. David’s Church “Mamadaviti" in Tbilisi.
Lisi is a lake near the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi. Lisi Lake area is one of the most popular recreation zones in Tbilisi.
Recreational area Rike Park in Tbilisi historical district can be reached either by Avlabari metro or from Maidan square or via pedestrian glass Bridge of Peace.
Georgian National Opera and Ballet Theater -a Neo-Moorish architectural style building stands on Rustaveli Avenue as one of the most impressive landmarks of Tbilisi.
The Chronicle of Georgia, Memorial of Georgia Kings, often referred as Temka Memorial, Stonehenge of Georgia is overlooking Tbilisi and Tbilisi Reservoir.
A bow-shaped modern pedestrian glass and steel bridge sits over the Mtkvari River in Tbilisi historic district, Georgia.
St. George's Royal District Church – Karis Eklesia - is located in Kala district, on a narrow street between the King Erekle II’ Square and Gabriadze Muppet Show tower.
The baroque style St. Peter and Paul Church is one of the two functioning Roman Catholic churches in Tbilisi. Located on Iv. Javakhishvili St., church was built in 19th c by the order of K.Zubalashvili.
The Armenian Norashen Holy Mother of God Church known is located in Lower Kala on Leselidze Street, next to Jvris Mama Church. The name ‘Norashen’ means ‘new settlement’ in Georgian. The first church was built on this place in 1740. The one that came up to this day was built in 1790-1796.
Church of St. George is located in one of the oldest districts of Tbilisi in lower Kala, on a rocky slope the Kldisubani. Church was constructed in 1753.
Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin is the catholic church in lower Kala, that dates back to the 13th c since settlement of catholic Christians in Tbilisi.
Tbilisi Central Mosque or the Jumah Mosque is a distinguished as Sunni and Shia Muslims pray side by side here.
Great Synagogue of Tbilisi was built by Jews from Akhaltsikhe who migrated to Tbilisi in the late 19th century, thus the synagogue is also called the “synagogue of the people of Akhaltsikhe”
St. George Kvashveti Church across Tbilisi Parliament building, is located on Rustaveli Avenue, in 9 April’s garden. It is copy of 11th c Samtavisi church architecture.
Open-air museum in Tbilisi is portraying daily lifestyle of Georgians through the centuries. 70 unique houses from 14 ethnographic zones are brought here from rural areas of Georgia.
Metekhi St. Virgin Church is beautifully set on the cliff plateau of the left bank river Mtkvari. The first royal palace in Tbilisi was constructed here.
Mamadaviti Church is easy to spot from the center of Tbilisi. Located high up on the Mtatsminda hill, place is accessible with funicular or walking, and has a splendid view of the city.
The court church of Transfiguration was attached to the Sachino royal residence on Avlabari ascent, Tbilisi. It is one of the few royal residences preserved in Georgia.
Anchiskhati basilica in upper Kala, old Tbilisi district, dates back to 6th-17th cc. Constructed by the king Dachi Ujarmeli, it is the well-preserved ancient building in Tbilisi.
Narikala fortress is the most remarkable landmark of Tbilisi historic district. Founded in 4th c., the citadel consists of two walled sections between sulfur baths and the botanical garden.