Whether you're visiting Tbilisi for a few days or are a localite, Tbilisi is sure to have something new for you. Explore our guide that tells you about the best tourist places to visit and things to do in Tbilisi. This guide will give you an idea about the popular attractions, upcoming tourist spots, and off-beat things to do in Tbilisi. This makes it easy to plan weekends or long vacations in Tbilisi. We have compiled this cool stuff to do in Tbilisi keeping in mind the points of interest for families, groups, and romantic couples. Looking at the activities for adventure junkies in Tbilisi listed here will get the blood rushing and adrenaline pumping through your veins.
Check out free places to visit in Tbilisi which you can visit without spending a penny. Handpicked tours, day trips, and excursions in Tbilisi will make your visit comfortable. You will also find the opening and closing time, along with the time required to cover major attractions. This will help you to have a flawless plan without much hassle. We have also included eateries in Tbilisi recommended by locals.
Tourist Attractions in Tbilisi
Take a look at these famous tourist attractions in Tbilisi that are a must-visit!
#1 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1719 itineraries
Address:Dzveli Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia
The Old Town was a district on its own and was previously listed in ‘World Monuments Watch’ due to a threat to its wonderful historical structures. Today, the Altstadt occupies a part of T...Read more
Arched over the Mtkvari (Kura) river, the Bridge of Peace’s glass and steel design catches your attention even from a distance. The bridge is 156 meters in length and offers a gorgeous view of b...Read more
#3 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1153 itineraries
Address:76 Ilia Chavchavadze Avenue, Tbilisi, Georgia
Timings:12:00 pm - 11:59 pm
Connecting the Rike Park with the Narikala Fortress, the Aerial Tramway in Tbilisi is by far one of the most charming ways to sightsee around Tbilisi. Offering a bird’s eye view as you admire th...Read more
The Funicular is perfect to sightsee as you ride up Mtatsminda. The original line covered a distance of 500 meters and was established in the early 20th century. The track was refurbished and re-opene...Read more
#5 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1557 itineraries
Tags:Historical Site, Fort
Address:Narikala Hill, Georgia
Timings:09:00 am - 09:00 pm
Dating back to the 4th century, the Narikala Fortress portrays the ancient defense lines of Tbilisi. The original fortress was extended in the 7th and 8th by Arabs and in 11th century by King David an...Read more
The Tsminda Sameba Cathedral’s stunning after-dark images make you leave all the pubs in town only to see the building illuminated by warm lights. The church is modern- built in 2004 and was con...Read more
Named after Shota Rustaveli- the famous German poet, Rustaveli Avenue bustles with government offices, public spaces, cultural buildings, theaters, museums, hotels, cafes and shops.
The small venue sh...Read more
#8 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1988 itineraries
Address:Abanotubani, Tbilisi, Georgia
A visit to Tbilisi without a rejuvenating visit to the Sulphur Baths is only half of the experience. With historic baths decorated by gorgeous blue and white mosaics that cover almost every inch of th...Read more
#9 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1191 itineraries
Timings:11:00 am - 09:00 pm
Offering a fun place for a family day out, the Mtatsminda Amusement Park is located on top of the Mount Mtatsminda. From rollercoasters to adrenaline-pumping waterslides, Carousals, Ferris wheel and o...Read more
#10 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1222 itineraries
Address:Shota Rustaveli Ave, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Timings:10:00 am - 06:00 pm
The Georgian National Museum is a good way to kick-off sightseeing in Tbilisi. The museum showcases everything from the city’s history, culture, science and art. The Medieval art pieces, exquisi...Read more
#11 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1111 itineraries
Address:Mother of Kartli, Tbilisi, Georgia
Lovingly known as ‘Mother of Georgia’, the Kartlis Deda is a 20-meter aluminum statue designed by Georgian artist Elguja Amashukeli. The statue was raised here in 1958 and shows a strong w...Read more
#12 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1261 itineraries
Address:1, Botanikuri St. Tbilisi, Georgia 0105 Georgia.
Timings:09:00 am - 07:00 pm
Occupying the foothills of the Sololaki Range, the history of National Botanical Garden of Georgia dates back to the 17th century. It was officially stated a botanical garden in the mid 19th century.
#13 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 1747 itineraries
Tags:Religious Site, Historical Site, Cathedral
The Metekhi Cathedral is the copy of ‘King David the Builder's 12th-century church’ that was destroyed in the 13th century by Moghuls. Overlooking old Tbilisi, the sand-colored cathedral m...Read more
Established under the direction of Rezo Gabriadze Marionette – a famous Georgian film director, writer, painter, playwright and sculptor, the Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater is popular for its...Read more
#15 of 185 Things To Do in Tbilisi
- Used in 677 itineraries
Tags:Art Museum, Museum
Address:1, Turtle Lake Road, Tbilisi, Georgia
Timings:10:00 am - 05:00 pm
See an exclusive collection of folk art and craft from all over Georgia displayed in the Open Air Museum of Ethnography. The place hosts cultural events, festivals and is best known for its display of...Read more
Hi There - We are a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children (13; 7). We are arriving into Tbilisi at 4pm on 30th May..so perhaps will reach hotel in old town at about 6 pm...what can we do for that evening?
Since it will be late in the evening, I suggest you just wander through the Old Town of Tbilisi. Walking through the Old Town, you will come across beautiful architecture. There are also a few lookout points nearby that offer stunning views of the city.
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