Nov. 25, 2010
-- The most interesting part of the city is Old Tbilisi area, where churches of various religious denominations stand together. Along the cobbled Leselidze Street you will find Georgian Orthodox churches, Jewish Synagogue, Roman Catholic Church, a bit down – Turkish Mosque and Armenian Gregorian Church.
Sulphur Baths (Abanotubani)
area is the place Tbilisi was named after. On the opposite site of the baths you will see Metekhi Church with a statue of King Vakhtang Gorgasali (the founder of Tbilisi) in the front. You should hike up to Narikala Fortress and enjoy the nice views of the city and the river Mtkvari. From the fortress you will face Tbilisi Sameba Cathedral.
The main landmarks of this tour are not only the sites, but also the local lifestyle: wooden balconies, traditions of the various ethnic groups…
Would you like to have this tour while coming to Tbilisi? Book online! Simply visit http://www.travel-tbilisi.com/Tbilisi_City_Tour
and follow the proceedings. The web-site is run by Adventure Club Jomardi, who is an incoming Tour Operator in Georgia, Caucasus. The company is the representative of World Hotel Link (WHL Travel) in Georgia.
More information about Tbilisi, its sites, local treat and places to visit can be seen on WHL Travel Blog, the article was written by an employee of Adventure Club Jomardi: http://www.thetravelword.com/2010/06/23/the-inside-word%E...
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Adventure Club Jomardi is an incoming Tour Operator based in Tbilsi, Georgia. It conducts rafting, biking, trekking and cultural tours throughout Georgia, as well as online booking of hotels and tours. Jomardi's highlight is eco- and sustainable tourism.