The Top-10

Attractions
Can't Miss Attractions
Local History
Important Religious Institutions
Can't-Miss Landmarks

Local History in Tbilisi

TOP 1

Narikala Fortress

4.8/5
42 Reviews
Tbilisi
4.4km from downtown
Historical Site
Castle
Stone.S
"In Tbilisi, Georgia, there is a majestic mother's fortress. It was built by the brave Georgian people during World War II. It has a good wine with the left hand and a sword with the right. It means very much."
TOP 2

Old Tbilisi/Dzveli Tbilisi

4.5/5
121 Reviews
Tbilisi
3.1km from downtown
Ancient Settlement
终老于星辰大海
"Tbilisi, Georgia's capital, dates back to the fourth century A.D. The old town has many attractions, including the Narikara Fortress, the Peace Bridge, the Trinity Bishop Church and so on. More surprising, Georgia has a long history and culture of winemaking, and it is a must to taste the finest wines, and the price is very cheap."
TOP 3

Mother of a Georgian

4.3/5
16 Reviews
Tbilisi
4.1km from downtown
Statue/Sculpture
Halodao
"Considered a beautiful viewpoint place You can take a walk happily."
TOP 4

Tbilisi Sulphur Baths

4.9/5
9 Reviews
Tbilisi
4.5km from downtown
Bathhouse
Cherry2009
"[Georgia Tbilisi] 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. The sulfur bath is very famous and distinctive in Tbilisi."
TOP 5

David Gareji Monasteri

4.7/5
3 Reviews
Tbilisi
58.6km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
Historical Site
热爱生活0618
"Located at the junction of southeast Georgia and Azerbaijan. This place has a grassland and semi-desert scene, which is very different from most parts of Georgia. In the 6th century AD, one of the famous "Godfathers of Syria's Thirteen Hermits" in Georgian history."