Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, offers a diverse scene of historical sights. Being part of many trade roads, including the Silk Road, Tbilisi developed into being a unique blend of European and Asian architecture. So, here’s your three-day itinerary of what to do in Tbilisi. Abanotubani Abanotubani is the central historical landmark of Tbilisi dominated by brick domes of sulfur baths. It was here when King Vaghtang Gorgasali’s falcon fell into hot water during a hunt, leading to the discovery of natural sulfur hot springs and the establishment of the capital. Walk on the wooden pathways towards the waterfall...Read More
Author: Baia Dzagnidze
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