Tbilisi is a city bursting with history, having been founded in the 5th century AD. It has in recent years become a tourist hotspot for its beautiful weather and countless landmarks and attractions.
Hop-on at Stop 1, Kote Apkhazi Street, and enjoy 360-degree views from the bus’ open-top deck as it continues along to Freedom Square. Freedom Square is one of the city’s most important – it was named in the fall of the Russian Empire and is home to the St George Statue which signifies Georgia’s independence. Next up is the Rose Revolution Square, hop-off and admire this area that showcases many 19th century, classic architectures. It is also a very much up-and-coming square in Tbilisi for its increase in contemporary establishments, including eateries, shops and bars.
Take a break from touring Tbilisi and hop-off to do some shopping at the Dry Bridge. It is a large open-air market where visitors will be able to get a real feel for the culture of Tbilisi.
Continue along the tour where you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the Old Town and the embankment. Hop-off at Stop 8 to admire the Quinn’s Castle, where you can also stroll over to the amazing Sulphur Baths or take a peaceful stroll along Tbilisi’s Botanical Gardens!
The bus route is as follows:
The City Sightseeing Tbilisi bus tour operates between 10:00am – 21:00pm and departs from each tour stop every 60 minutes.
Add to your experience with a boat tour along the Mtkvari River, where you can enjoy touring the sights of Tbilisi from the water! Enjoy amazing views of the Sulphur Bath District, Peace Bridge, Gorgasali Alley and many more! The boat tour is approximately 30 minutes long and departs from the jetty outside of Peace Bridge.
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Valid from the time of first use, for the duration selected.
At the 'end' of the tour, the bus will return to the first departure point.