It is definitely worth charting a boat for a good tour! It's very beautiful with rich colors. The highlight is the buildings on the cliffs on both sides and the Heping Bridge, which is very shocking. The key is that the charter price is very cheap!
Minority Georgia-The winding Kura River divides Tbilisi into two, with the old city on one side and the new city on the other. The city is built on the hillside, houses are scattered and the streets crisscross. To the northeast of the city is the "Tbilisi Sea" surrounded by mountains, which can be seen from the plane.
The Kura River traverses the Tbilisi neighborhood from northeast to southwest, which happens to be the boundary between the new city and the old city. The river winds and flows peacefully. The two banks of the river are the essence of Tbilisi. The old and new buildings are mixed but very attractive.
Walk through the pedestrian street to the head of the Heping Bridge across the Kura River. This beautiful and fashionable pedestrian bridge is a new landmark in Tbilisi. Although the Chinese gave it the vulgar name of "Sanitary Napkin Bridge", it is not the slightest. It does not affect its existence as a new landmark in Tbilisi. The river spanned by this bridge is called the Kura River. It is a river that flows through the center of Tbilisi. It is also the longest and largest river in the Caucasus. It originated in northeastern Turkey, flows through Georgia, and then enters Azerbaijan. , It merges with the Arras River and finally flows into the Caspian Sea.
The Kura River is the mother river of Tbilisi, it is worth charting a boat tour.