Today's City

Tbilisi is the capital and largest city in Georgia, by the banks of the Kura River. The city was founded by Vakhtang Gorgasali in the 5th century. It is a cultural center which has suffered many influences throughout the centuries, like medieval and Soviet eras. Tbilisi has many ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds, easily seen in the city's architecture and everyday life. One can visit: the Sameba Cathedral, the Freedom Square, the Rustaveli Avenue, the Sioni Cathedral, the Metekhi Church, the Georgian National Museum, the Narikala Fortress, the Opera Theatre, the City Hall, the Turtle Lake, the Vorontsov's Palace, the Anchiskhati Church and the Bridge of Peace.

Visit Tbilisi, Georgia