Tbilisi is the city of contrasts. Here modern and ancient landmarks perfectly blend with each other, leading to surprises on every corner. This particular tour takes you to hidden jewels of 19th and 20th century Tbilisi, where you'll see a former bourgeois and wealthy neighborhood - Sololaki - with its grand mansions that belonged to merchants and businessmen of that time.
I am a travel writer, food lover and a passionate photographer born and raised in Tbilisi, Georgia. I love my city, with its quirky details, modern architecture, Soviet mosaics, and hidden gems that not that many traveler, or even a local, knows about.
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National Assembly Building
Directions to Starting Point
The route starts at the very center of Tbilisi, near the Freedom Square. In order to get to the starting point - Pushkin square - all you have to do is to walk to the Freedom Square, take a metro till the stop of the same name, or a bus.