Suggested meeting time at Metro station Freedom Square is 10:00 am.
As the walking tour is private, we run it upon your conveniences.
Guide will hold a name board displaying your name. After meet and greet, walk around Freedom square and along recently renovated streets of Solosaki, where traditionally designed Tbilisian houses are scattered around pictures Lado Gudiashvili square. From here, follow Asatiani Street to Kldisubani district. Now the walking pass goes upstairs to the Lower and Upper Betlemi Churches, ruins of 5th c. Zoroastrian Ateshgah Fire Temple. Beautiful panoramic views open around. Cobbled streets run with its natural development through the neighborhood yards, charming visitors and encouraging to walk forward.
We make a Coffee stop at 144 Stairs Caffe to relax a little and continue the Narikala fortress. The perfect stroll to Botanical street to Abanotubani district and LegvtaKhevi waterfall.
Of course, we will have a close look to the Sulfur Bath houses. This place is considered to be the first spot where a new capital city was built in the 5th century A.D. Thermal sulfur geizer is coming out of ground and hits the bath, average temperature 46 degree Celsius.
Walk Meidan square. Mosque, synagogue and Catholic churches are located in the vicinity, entrance is open for public and as you wish, guide will take you inside.
To reach a final destination, Freedom Square, walk through to Shardeni Street and on the way visit Bridge of Peace, Anchiskhati basilica, Gabriadze Tower, and Pushkini street. This walking pass is attractive, full of history and legends.
Enjoy your day!