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  • Tbilisi: Private 4-Hour Walking Tour

    1. Tbilisi: Private 4-Hour Walking Tour

    Discover the best of Tbilisi's history, culture, and architecture on this walking tour. After getting picked up from your hotel, enjoy a stroll through the streets of the Old Town towards Metekhi Church and learn all about the history of Tbilisi's formation. In Shardeni Street, discover an open-air carpet market, visit Sioni Church and see the unique clock tower of the Rezo Gabriadze Puppet Theater. You will also discover the fascinating story behind the Anchiskhati Church and get to sample local wine.  Next, ride a panoramic cable car up to the imposing Kartlis Deda monument, from which point you can admire panoramic views of the entire city. Pay a visit to Narikala Fortress before beginning your descent down the mountain. Head to the Sulfur Baths District, stopping to admire impressive views of the Leghvtakhevi Gorge and Vakhtang Gorgasali monument along the way. Finish your walking ...

    Great! We had Magda she's sweet and very informative using simple historical language that all ages can relate too!

  • Tbilisi: Old Town Walking Tour

    2. Tbilisi: Old Town Walking Tour

    Even if you only have a short time in Tbilisi, you have to spend at least a half-day exploring the Old Town. The architecture in the city’s historic district is a mixture of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental, and Neo-Classical European styles. Among the sites you will visit are the Orthodox Anchiskhati Basilica, the city’s oldest church. You will also see the 13th-century churches of Sioni and Metekhi, the magnificent Narikala Fortress, perched on a hill with superb views of the city below, and the classic Freedom Square. You will then continue to one of Tbilisi’s newest attractions, the Bridge of Peace, which opened in 2010 over the River Mtkvari (also known as the Kura River). Tbilisi’s compact size means you can easily explore the nearby Synagogue, Armenian Church and Mosque, in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches so fundamental to Georgian culture. This peaceful co-existence of ...

    The guide was a wealth of knowlege. I had an amazing time exploring Tbilisi by walking. So much to see!

  • Tbilisi: Old Town Sightseeing and Local Produce Tasting

    3. Tbilisi: Old Town Sightseeing and Local Produce Tasting

    The meeting point is in front of Liberty Square Metro Station and the tour begins with a nice walk through Tbilisi's main square. On this 3-hour walking tour, you will explore the old town and see the most important sights. Admire a unique clock tower, visit the 6th-century Anchiskhati Basilica, one of the oldest surviving churches in Tbilisi, cross the Bridge of Peace designed by the Italian architect Michele De Lucchi, see the Monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, and hear the legend of the founding of the city.  Then, take a cable car ride to the Narikala Fortress. See the statue of the Mother of Georgia, which has become a symbol of Georgian hospitality, take some amazing pictures with breathtaking panoramic views of the city, and see the sulfur baths and smell the sulfur springs.  To finish your tour, taste some traditional Georgian wines and fresh 'Shotis Puri' bread, baked in a circul...

  • From Tbilisi: Georgian Highlights in One Day Private Tour

    4. From Tbilisi: Georgian Highlights in One Day Private Tour

    Your guide will pick you up in the morning in a comfortable car and head first to the Tbilisi sea. You might be surprised by the existence of a sea in the Georgian capital, but in fact, the Tbilisi sea is the unofficial name of the reservoir created in 1952 to serve the city with water. The Tbilisi reservoir is located at a height of more than 500m above sea level and it is a pleasure to spend time here during the summer heat. Here, you’ll also visit a monument that amazes with its size. Known as the Georgian Stonehenge, the monument is officially titled the Chronicle of Georgia and was created by the Georgian-Russian painter, sculptor, and architect Zurab Tsereteli. The memorial was erected in order to celebrate 3,000 years of Georgian sovereignty and 2,000 years of Christianity in Georgia. The next stop will be the Jvari Monastery, the 6th-century Georgian Orthodox monastery built on...

  • Tbilisi: Scenic Instagram Tour

    5. Tbilisi: Scenic Instagram Tour

    Meet your guide and experience the beauty of this city's early-morning streets while the light is perfect for taking pictures. Start your exploration of the city's monuments and breathtaking viewpoints, including a visit to the Orthodox Anchiskhati Basilica, the city's oldest church. You'll also see the 13th-century churches of Sioni and Metekhi, the magnificent Narikala Fortress, perched on a hill with superb views of the city below, and the classical Freedom Square. Continue to one of Tbilisi's newest attractions, the Bridge of Peace, which opened in 2010 over the River Mtkvari (also known as the Kura River). The city's compact size means you can easily explore the nearby Synagogue, Armenian Church and Mosque, in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches which are so fundamental to Georgian culture. Learn about the peaceful co-existence of the various religions in Georgia. Your phot...

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What people are saying about Leghvtakhevi Waterfall

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 26 reviews

Alexei led four colleagues of mine and me on a walk through the streets and of Tbilisi. His tour was education at its best - seeing, hearing and experiencing a small portion of Tbilisi’s storied history. All of us thoroughly enjoyed Alexei and found him also sensitive to our needs and adapting the tour to meet those. At the end of the tour he helped us find a restaurant that had Georgian traditional singing with some dancing - and that was a treat.

Catherine was such a great tour guide and she took amazing pictures as well. She was very knowledgeable and a fun person to be around. A taxi was sent to pick us up and and drop us off.

Amazing experience around the city, specially when you guide is as jolly as Magda, happy experience and we learned a lot from her. highly recommended.

Great! We had Magda she's sweet and very informative using simple historical language that all ages can relate too!

The guide was a wealth of knowlege. I had an amazing time exploring Tbilisi by walking. So much to see!