Things to do in Tbilisi
This fin-de-siecle strip is the place for antiques.
Beautiful interior frescoes at this fifth-century church.
The capital's historic center, with outdoor cafés and bars.
Built in the 16th century, this church is best known for its cemetery, where numerous poets and public figures are buried.
Puppet performances created by Rezo Gabriadze; not just for kids.
Caucasus Travel prepares history, art, nature, and other trips around Georgia.
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.