TBILISI TRAVEL GUIDE – WHERE TO STAY?
FABRIKA HOSTEL TBILISI TRAVEL GUIDE
Minimum Price: 7 USD excl. VAT
Multi-functional cultural center – urban style cafes and bars, artist studios and shops, educational
institutions, co-working space, the biggest in the region hostel, mind blowing open space courtyard and
ever changing one-off events.
Hot spot of like-minded individuals, both locals and travelers.
Alternative space for gathering in Tbilisi with its unique vibe and prodigious space to create and share,
co- work, learn, socialize or have a sleepover.
Web: Fabrika Hostel
TBILISI TRAVEL GUIDE – WHERE TO EAT?
Hurma cafe shop is a recently opened hipster style coffee house serving not only great coffee lattes,
but also smoothies, delicious brunch and all day breakfast for a very affordable prices. Located close
to the Tbilisi Philharmony on Petre Melikishvili Street 2 on the opposite side to the Tbilisi Hard Rock
Web: Hurma Cafe
Menu: Facebook Page
TBILISI TRAVEL GUIDE – WHERE TO GO?
The brief review of Tbilisi
Entrance fee for Adults is 3-7 GEL (Prices vary according to a museum)
OLD TBILISI AREA
Old Tbilisi’s real soul can be explored in a diversity of wooden balconies. You can often come across
houses built in Baroque and Rococo style, but here I will focus on the wooden “hanging” balconies.
The houses in this district are characterized by deep, elaborately carved, wooden balconies painted
white, ochre, pale blue, and cinnamon. Sometimes the balconies are cantilevered from the front of the
facade; sometimes they wrap around three sides.
Balconies, usually taking the form of glassed-in verandas, are also found facing the inner courtyard.
Exterior spiral staircases-often of metal, with the treads worn paper thin-join one story to another.
Both balcony and courtyard reflect the Georgian love of company, of sharing one's life with friends
If you want to have the best holidays in your life you should definitely travel in Georgia and spend
your time in old Tbilisi.
Narikala Fortress is located in old Tbilisi, is an ancient symbol of Tbilisi’s defensive brilliance. The
fortress walls date from various periods, the earliest from the 4th century, when it was a Persian
citadel. The foundation of the towers and most of it present walls were built in the 8th century by the
Arab emirs who had a palace inside the fortress.
The surviving stone towers of Narikala remain the silent witnesses of the ancient city’s history!
If you want to explore true Georgian spirit than you should have a walk in old Tbilisi area.
Virgin Mary Metekhi church is located on the left bank of the river Mtkvari, on the cliff plateau , the
first church on this place was probably built by Vakhtang Gorgasali symbolically resembling the
church built on virgin Mary’s tomb in Gethsemane garden in Jerusalem.
This extraordinary flea market will keep you entertained for hours. There is a mesmerizing
assortment of antiques, jewelry and bric-a- brac on sale. If you want to buy anything remember to
haggle. Prices may be inflated, especially for tourists. Open daily if the weather is good, from 10:00 –
17:00. At weekends there are usually more sellers, but more tourists too.