The Georgian Parliament, which ignored the Soviet Union in 28 April 1991, has come a long way since Tbilisi‘s revolution. During the intervening period, the capital Tbilisi was transformed into a cosmopolitan modern structure with a brand new mix of things waiting to be discovered. Georgia is one of the countries where the suitcases are being prepared from the moment the name is heard. Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkey and Georgia, neighboring with Russia, summer tourism is one of the most attractive countries in terms of ski tourism and historical heritage and cultural tourism with its mountains which contain the most challenging slopes of the world.
With its history dating back to the century, Georgia is home to a huge cultural heritage. An important part of Georgia is located in Tbilisi and its vicinity. Here are the main points you should see in Georgia;
Tbilisi Metro: Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has a very old metro system. This underground network, the fourth subway of the Soviet Union, resembles the typical Soviet subway lines. The most important detail about the metro is the escalators. The staircases built in the 1960s were descended to the earth by a single staircase and the stairs were steeply erect.
Kura River: The river that divides Tbilisi from one end to the other, divides the city into two and connects the city with historical bridges. It is possible to encounter the newly married fences that take pictures with the traditional clothes on the bridges.
Meidan Baazar: Meidan is actually synonymous with the word of the word in our language synonymous with the word, and as you can guess the market-market means. Meidan Baazar is located in the center of Tbilisi, with its historic architecture and arched structure. Souvenirs are mostly sold in the bazaar.
Peace Bridge: The bridge over the Kura River connects the old and new Tbilisi. Built in 2000s and has a modern look, the bridge attracts attention with its bird-like ceiling design.
Don’t forget to try the Hinkal dinner when you go to Tbilisi.