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Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery

From US$10.00
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  • Tbilisi guided walking tour
  • Get to know the city’s historic enclaves
  • Visit an old castle and university
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Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
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Tbilisi Walking Tour with Cable Cars, Wine Tasting and Traditional Bakery
From US$10.00
Overview
With its winding alleyways and scenic streets, Tbilisi begs to be explored by foot. A guided walking tour provides the ideal way to explore Tbilisi and introduces you to its main attractions in just a day. Visit an old castle, urban waterfall, medieval wine cellar, and more, all while learning about Tbilisi’s history and culture from your guide as you go.
What to Expect
We are going to discover the old and new parts of Tbilisi - a city full of history and beauty.
Going through its small curvy streets, you will see cafés covered with flowers, a natural waterfall hidden in the fig gorge, take a ride with cable car to the ancient city fort, walk on a bridge of glass, discover the lovely details of the Gabriadze puppet theater, see how Georgian bread is made and visit a historic wine cellar from 17th century, where you can sample some of the most traditional Georgian wines!
So, make sure you wear comfortable shoes and don´t forget your camera - we will pass so many beautiful spots!
Reviews (59)
1 - 5 of 38 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great tour with very helpful and informative guide

Fantastic way to see the main sights of Tbilisi with some off the beaten track elements as well. Our guide Irina was very informative and helpful in adapting the tour as we had our one year old with us. Highlights were the cable car, Georgian...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank burt_ward
Reviewed 1 week ago
Super Informative and Fun !!

A great way to learn much more about the city than you would on Google/Wiki as you are practically experiencing it by seeing/walking through everything you are being told about. Levan , our super friendly tour guide, had us completely immersed with his deep pool...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank MOONIS A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Delightful overview of the city

Great way to orient to and learn about the city. We did it on our first day in Georgia and recommend doing it that way - great way to adjust to the time change and start off the trip. Our guide, Levan, was professional and...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank amandamglenn
Reviewed 17 October 2018 via mobile
Outstanding Tour with Levan

This is an excellent way to see the sights in Tbilisi. Levan is a great tour guide and has so many interesting facts up this sleeve. We saw a lot over the three hours including a fantastic wine tasting and a visit to an old...More

Thank DavidWNorwich
Reviewed 10 October 2018 via mobile
Great introduction tour

This is a great introduction tour to Tbilisi for those that just arrived the previous day, such as myself. You get to see the main tourist and historical sites of Tbilisi, and you even get to do wine tasting, and bakery visit as well. There...More

Thank gillurien
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Tamer E
13 November 2018|
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Response from gillurien | Reviewed this property |
it takes about 4-5 hours, ends around 3
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Tamer E
13 November 2018|
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Response from Real_Georgia_Tours | Property representative |
Hi Tamer! The tour takes about 2,5-3,5 hours, depending on the pace of the guests. Yes, it is possible to start later, at 3 or 4 pm. Best regards, Real Georgia Tours
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Nocs M
2 October 2018|
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Response from Real_Georgia_Tours | Property representative |
Hello, yes, on some dates it's possible to start the tour in the afternoon. Cheers, Maria
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