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Tbilisi Travel Guide

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ARTICLES

Georgia in the Time of Misha

On the eastern edge of Western Europe, Melik Kaylan finds layers of history, a dashing president called "Misha," and a place alive with optimism and...

Preserving Tbilisi's Art Scene

Saving Georgia's Art Nouveau heritage after eight decades of neglect.

World's Most Spectacular Pedestrian Bridges

Pedestrian bridges are going to cool new heights, turning the need to get from here to there into an adventure.

Georgian Revival

Once a Soviet fiefdom, now a neophyte democracy, the richly endowed republic of Georgia isn't primed for visitors. But come anyway, for the mountains, the...
HOTELS

XX Century

Industrial-chic hotel in the heart of the residential district. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Two Side

Serves regional dishes like sturgeon baked in earthenware frying pans, and assorted Georgian cheeses. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Dry Bridge Flea Market

The market stretches along the river through a little park and down some steps into a proper bazaar full of jewelry, silver cutlery, Soviet medals, and, yes, old guns—which are mostly fakes. more ›


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