Dominating the Old Town skyline, Nariqala dates right back to the 4th century, when it was a Persian citadel. The most direct way up to...
Tucked into a lovely courtyard opposite the Armenian Cathedral of St George, this studenty bar is run by the young group of friends who...
This subterranean eating den (the sign is in Georgian, with red lettering) serves Ossetian food, which is pretty similar to Georgian,...
Lonely Planet review
A short distance uphill behind the baths is the mosque , built in 1895 and the only mosque in Tbilisi that survived Lavrenty Beria’s antireligious purges of the 1930s. Unusually, Shiite and Sunni Muslims pray together here. The interior is prettily frescoed and visitors are welcome to enter (after removing shoes).