After breakfast, continue Tbilisi City tour. Drive to the David Agmashenebeli Avenue and take a walk in the renovated “New Tiflis” area. Here, we can make a stop at the Tbilisi Flea Market on Dry Bridge, where you will find vast assortment of antique, such as hand-made jewelry, old military medals from World War II, Soviet style cutlery, old enamel, vintage cameras and many more.
From Dry Bridge we drive to the Tbilisi Old Town. We are going to visit Anchiskhati basilica – the oldest church (built in the 6th century) in the city, the Residence of the Patriarch of the Georgian Orthodox Church – the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, which is also one of the tallest orthodox churches in the world.
Move towards the Rike park, cross the glass Bridge of Peace, and take a cable car from the car that takes us to the Narikala Fortress, a medieval fortress situated on the mountain overlooking Tbilisi. Finally, we stroll down from Narikala back to the old districts, visit LegvtaKhevi canyon and waterfall and continue to Sulfur Bathhouse District (Abanotubani), Meidan square and Shardeni street. There are lots of outdoor cafes, bars, restaurants, art galleries and souvenir shops in these areas.
In the evening go up to the Mtatsminda mountain by a funicular tram, where we can visit the Mtatsminda Pantheon of Writers and Public Figures – largest necropolis in Tbilisi, where some of the prominent writers, artists, scientists and other public figures are buried.
Overnight in Tbilisi.