It’s not far to the east of the city, about 5km. Few people come, but the scenery here is very good.
It feels like a lake in a plateau, and it is called the sea because it is larger than an ordinary lake.
Unexpected attractions are of great value for viewing. There is a 66-way van directly in front of Samgori Subway Station. The nearby Georgia Monument is spectacular and worth seeing.
Looking at summer photos, it's quite lively. Winter is very bleak, the lake is so big, no wonder it is called the sea. 60 can be reached. The sea is particularly blue, and there is something like a temple to the west, showing the religious culture of Georgia. It is very suitable for flying drones, but the transportation is not convenient, unless you drive by yourself. Think of Jinji Lake in Suzhou, called Jinjihai. What would it be like
Get off at the Samgori subway station and take bus 60 to the Georgian Monument near the Tbilisi waterfront (not 66)
Although the scenery is beautiful, there are indeed very few people who come to play. The locals actually call it the sea, but in fact this is an artificially excavated lake, but the sun is good