Tour Gallery

Hidden Architecture of Tbilisi

City Walking Tours

From: 25 $

Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Tbilisi

Hall in Academy of Arts, Tbilisi

Hall in Academy of Arts, Tbilisi

Diamond Palace

Diamond Palace

Melik Azariant`s house

Melik Azariant`s house

Melik Azariant`s house, Art Nuvo

Melik Azariant`s house, Art Nuvo

Gabashvili house

Gabashvili house

Supreme Court Georgia, Zubalashvili str, Tbilisi

Supreme Court Georgia, Zubalashvili str, Tbilisi

David Sarajishvili`s House, Leonidze street

David Sarajishvili`s House, Leonidze street

D. Sarajishvili`s House, Leonidze str.

D. Sarajishvili`s House, Leonidze str.

Tbilisi state conservatoire

Tbilisi state conservatoire

Tour detauiled info


Reserve Now

Hidden Architecture of Tbilisi

Meeting at: Rustaveli Metro, Tbilisi 

Walk Up to: Metro Freedom Square

Available: Every day, all year

Type: Private Half-Day Walking Tour

Duration: 4-5 hours

Discover hidden secret stories of unknown places in Tbilisi and the reasons for its transformation as a main city in Caucasus: wondering along the 18th c streets, small traiding squares, where camels and donkeys brought the goods from Asia. This 5-hour walking tour introduces visitors Art Nuevo architecture of the city created by German, Russian, Persian and Armenian architects. 

Tour takes place in Garetubani historical district, takes off from Rustaveli Metro station and ends nearby the Liberty Square Metro station.

Have a wonderful day!

Sights to Visit


Day to day

Meet your guide near the Rustaveli Metro station.

Start the tour from the statue of Shota Rustaveli, author of Georgia’s national epic “The Knight in the Panthers Skin’’ written in the 12th century. The main avenue (1.5 km) of the city ends on this spot. Lead the arch to Kostava street and discover the first house that once belonged to Evgenia Shkhiants’ (wife of architect Mikail Aramiants) with the beautiful adornment of staircases. Some original decorative elements are still preserved and give an impression of how the Tbilisi yards looked like.

Return back with the same route to explore Melik Azariant’s house, built in the second decade of the 20th century, distinguished as modern type architecture (Art Nuevo). Move to the yard located behind the Cinema House and discover one of the typical examples of Tbilisi architecture, a house that once belonged to an economist and lawyer Vasil Gabashvili, completed at the end of the 19th century. However, its two-tier wooden balcony has no analog model in the city’s. A round fountain is still preserved in the house yard. Follow Griboedov street (named after Alexander Griboedov Russian diplomat, poet) and come across to several fascinating buildings: Tunibekov’s house belonged to a successful merchant at the beginning of the 20th century, rooms curved in rococo and Moorish style.

Conservatoire building – represented the highest college of European type music for years in the Caucasus region. Continue excursion bypassing the Supreme Court of Georgia on Zubalashvili street, and later coming across to the House of Cheka on Ingorokva street. Explore Persian consulate house – another very interesting piece of architecture built by Mirza Reza Khan. The palace is named as Diamond Palace, but today it is in despetare condition.

After reaching Leonidze street our attention will be drawn by Ferdinand Oten's house, a famous German pharmacist who settled in Tbilisi at the end of the 19th century, bought land on Sololaki district, built 3 storey house and used the first storey as a pharmacy. Explore David Sarajishvili’s House on Leonidze street, who established the first classical Georgian brandy making technology. Come across to Kalartanov’s house on Asatiani street, dated back to the beginning of the 20th century, notable for its beautiful entrance adorning details and a ceiling. Explore Persian consulate house – another very interesting piece of architecture built by Mirza Reza Khan.

Afterward, visit the typical “Tbilisi Yard” with its twisted staircases, and modern-style houses on Chonkadze street (Bozariant’s house).
Continue down to Chitadze street and finish the tour near the Liberty Metro station.



  • Professional Guide service
  • All taxes


  • Transportation
  • Meals & alcoholic beverages


Group size Price per adult
Solo 141 $
2 - 3 people 71 $
4 - 5 people 37 $
6 - 15 people 25 $
Child Policy
0-6 years - Free
7-12 years - 50%
12 years and above - Adult

*Online booking deposit will be deducted from the total tour price.

The balance can be paid in one of the following ways:

  • Bank transfer - in Euro/USD/GBP currency, no later than two weeks before the tour starts
  • VISA/Master card - in GEL (local currency) in Tbilisi only, before the tour starts, directly to your guide via POS terminal. Card service fee +3%
  • Cash - GEL only, directly to the nearest TBC Bank office or TBC Bank Cash terminal no later than the beginning of the tour.

For a larger group or custom itinerary please contact us at info[at]

Tips for booking procedure:

How to know which “Operator” to select?

You only need to select the Operator name if you have previously communicated with one of our sales agents via phone or email, otherwise please leave it at default.


More Info

More Info


  • Lunch at traditional Tbilisi restaurant Machakhela: 17 $ per person
  • Tbilisi airport private pick up transfer: 32 $
  • Tbilisi airport private drop off transfer: 27 $
  • Discounted individual transfer rate for the double way: 49 $

To arrange airport transfers and additional hotel overnights, contact us info[at]

1 person from the group is FREE of charge if 10 or more adults are traveling together

Cancellation is free of charge prior 2 days of the starting day.

- The booking deposit E10 USD is non-refundable. 

If Tourist cancels the booked tour for some reasons not depending on Tour Operator, the following sums are kept back as a fine: 

- 50% of the total cost of tourist product in case of tour cancellation 2 days or less prior to the tour;

- 100% of the total cost of the tourist product due to the Tourist's failure to appear.



0 Stars

0 total points

Reviews not found!

Write a review

Terrible Poor Average Very Good Excellent

I certify that this review is based on my own experience and is my genuine opinion of this establishment and that I have no personal or business relationship with this establishment, and have not been offered any incentive or payment originating from the establishment to write this review.

Trip Advisor

Tour Radar