Start City sightseeing from the Freedom Square. Walk downwards to Pushkini Street along the old city wall, continue walking along Gabriadze theater tower and King Erekle II street, cross the Bridge of Peace, take a Rike Park areal cable car to reach the Kartlis Deda Monument (Mother of Georgia) and to the oldest Fortress Narikala 4th c. We have splendid views from here!
From the top of the cable car walk down through the narrow Botanic Garden street to the Mosque.
LeghvtaKhevi waterfall is located beneath the Mosque squeezed among the rocky cliffs in the downtown.
Walk to Abanotubani (Sulphur bathes square), Meidan Square and Shardeni Street. Cozy outdoor cafes, art galleries, souvenir shops offer local highlights.
Drive to Turtle Lake, which is on the other end of Tbilisi. Now we can observe the capital city from our windows along the Rustaveli Avenue, Heros' Square, Chavchavadze Avenue and listen the story from your guide. It is time for tea break! We offer nice seat at the local cafe near the lake. You deserve the break after the walking tour.
Both sites open air Ethnographic Museum and Turtle Lake overlook the city from the northern slope of Mtatsminda Mountain (687 m elevation). Museum combines examples of folk architecture of houses delivered from different regions of Georgia.
In the evening enjoy panoramic views of Tbilisi.