After breakfast at the hotel we start Tbilisi city tour.
First we visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi (Sameba) – one of the tallest orthodox Christian churches in the world and tallest in Georgia.
From here tour continues to Narikala fortress – we take an aerial cable car from Rike Park and get to the hill where Narikala Fortress is situated. Narikala was built in 4th century and served as a main fortification of Tbilisi for centuries.
From Narikala we stroll down to the old city, and visit Legvtakhevi canyon and waterfall, Sulfur bathhouse district, walk along the Shardeni and Erekle II streets and get to the Maidan square. These areas are full of outdoor cafes, bars, art galleries and souvenir shops.
From Maidan we move to the glass Bridge of Peace and continue towards the Rustaveli avenue, to pay a visit to the Georgian National Museum.
The museum preserves national heritage and presents numerous rich archaeological, numismatic, ethnographic and contemporary art collections.
Overnight in Tbilisi.