Reasons to Recommend: Tbilisi was built in the 4th century AD King Vakhtang Gurgasali era, is the essence of Tbilisi play, historically has been an important city in Georgia, and is also a transportation hub of the Caucasus. Most of the existing buildings in the Old City were built after the invasion of the city by the Persian Agha Mohammad Shah in 1795. You can enjoy a lot of important historical and religious buildings in the old city.
Reasons to Recommend: Located in the Tbilisi Holy Trinity Cathedral on Mount Ilya in Tbilisi, it is now the Georgian Orthodox Church. The cathedral complex consists of a courtyard wall, a bell tower, and several chapels. The main building of the cathedral is very tall and is a very high church in Georgia. It can be seen in all parts of the city. There is a mosaic of the Madonna in the northeast corner of the church, a cross and a manuscript in the southeast corner of the Bible, and a model of the mural Jerusalem in the northwest corner.
Reasons to Recommend: The Nariqala fortress is located in the southern Sololaki Mountains of Tbilisi Old Town and is an important line of defense around Tbilisi. The fortress was built in the 4th century AD, and most of the buildings that tourists see now were rebuilt after the 17th century. In 1827, the explosion of the gunpowder warehouse stationed in the Russian army caused serious damage to the fortress. The church of St. Nicholas in the fortress was also destroyed. The current building was rebuilt after the collapse of the Soviet Union. At the top of the hill you can see the fortress and the statue of the mother of Georgia, and at night you can overlook the charming night lights of the city.
Reasons to Recommend: Tbilisi Freedom Square is located in the centre of Tbilisi and was built in the 19th century during the reign of Tsarist Russia, formerly known as Yerevan Square. In the Soviet era, it was renamed Lenin Square. After the independence of Georgia in 1991, it was renamed the Freedom Square. Now the Lenin statue on the square has been replaced by the St. George's Dragon Skull. To the east of Freedom Square is the old town of Georgia that existed before the 19th century. The buildings around the square were built in the Tsarist and Soviet era, including the Tbilisi City Hall, the National Gallery of Georgia, and the Marriott Hotel.
Reasons to Recommend: The National Museum of Georgia is large in size and the darkness of the pavilion creates a gloomy atmosphere. The museum uses the prison gate as part of the decoration of the exhibition hall to showcase the historical features of the Su Zhan period through photographs and texts. The underground part of the museum has a high ornamental value. The underground floor displays ancient gold and silver objects and religious artifacts, spanning from BC to Su Zhan.
Reasons to Recommend: The statue of the mother of Georgia was built in 1958 to celebrate the 1500-year-old city of Tbilisi. It is located on the top of the Sololaki in Tbilisi, above the old town. The statue faces the city of Tbilisi, overlooking the beings. The right hand holds the sword and the left hand takes the wine, which means that the friend has come to have a good wine. When the enemy comes, he will fight with the sword. The silhouette of the statue of the mother of Georgia in the setting sun is beautiful, sacred and quiet.
Reasons to Recommend: Metekhi Church occupies the strategic rocky outcrop above the Metekhi Bridge in Tbilisi.
Reasons to Recommend: The Tbilisi Sulfur Baths are located in the Old Town of Tbilisi, and the sulfur baths preserve the dome-shaped hot spring baths of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. These baths not only provide hot spring services, but also are important places for local people to engage in conversation. In 1890, in the baths of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, the SPA was quite popular. The aristocratic class often goes to the sulfur baths, and the men will press, pound and pull each other after the bath to relax the body and even smoke the hookah together. Today, you can still feel the leisure of the ancients.