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Tbilisi is the capital and largest city in Georgia, lying on the banks of Mtkvari River, surrounded by mountains on three sides. It has an ideal geopolitical position, as it is on the crossroad between Europe and Asia, close to the famous Silk Road. Tbilisi Old Town with its narrow alleys and big out of shape houses has been intact. The newer part of the city has been recently changed with modern architecture.
The Sulphur Baths in the Old Town are open all day long, and you can take a bath during colder months. The Holy Trinity Cathedral, known among the locals as Sameba, is the third largest Orthodox Cathedral in the world (97.5 meters). Mtatsminda Park is the highest point in Tbilisi and features an amusement park, Paris wheel, a lot of restaurants and cafes. It is the perfect hangout place for couples and families.
Tbilisi public transport consists of buses, minibuses (marshrutkas) and the metro. Buses are blue and yellow, and all of them have a front display of the route number. They stop at predetermined stops and run every day from 07:00 to 00:00. Marshrutky is a yellow minibus that you can hail on the street. As there are no assigned stops, you can get off anywhere along the way.
The metro system is efficient and consists of two lanes and 21 stations. It runs from 06:00 to 00:00, the fare is fixed and cost 40 Tetri.
Rental car companies in Tbilisi offer the opportunity to hire a self-driven or a chauffeur-driven vehicle. According to previous experiences, it is more secure to hire a chauffeur-driven rental car due to the language obstacle, one-way streets, road hazards and driving rules.
Tbilisi taxis are a popular way of getting around the city due to low prices. You can call a local taxi company or hail one on the street. Always negotiate the rate before entering the vehicle, as most of the taxis don't own a meter.
Located 17 kilometres southeast from Tbilisi, Tbilisi International Airport is the primary airport in Georgia. The Turkish airport operator TAV operates the airport and hosts over 20 airlines. The airport was renovated in 2007, and the passenger capacity increased to 2.8 million passengers per year.
Bus route #37 stops in front of the arrival hall of the airport and runs to the city centre. The new, modern airport rail station is 70 metres away from the airport. Trains leave the airport and run to the Tbilisi Central railway station. The journey time is 20 minutes, and each train has a capacity for up to 100 passengers.
The Tbilisi airport taxis are available just outside the Arrival hall of the airport at the curbside and provide 24 hours service. Airport taxis don't charge by the meter, so you must negotiate the price with the driver before boarding. The journey itself can take from 20-30 minutes.
To avoid the hassle of negotiating the fare with the driver, you can book a private Tbilisi airport transfer. You will know the fare in advance, and the taxi will take you directly to your destination. By booking a private Tbilisi airport transfer with us, you will have a peace of mind that your flight will be monitored for delays and the driver will wait for you with a sign showing your name. You will enjoy the journey in a comfortable new vehicle with a professional English-speaking driver. A one-way fare from Tbilisi Airport to Tbilisi city centre will cost you EUR 20.