Boutique-hotel "Villa Berika"

9 Dzotsenidze St., Nutsubidze - 3, Tbilisi, 0183, Georgia
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Forum Posts

train Kiev to Tibilisi

by jaro1984

I am looking to train from Kiev but other Ukrainian city to Tibilisi ???
Is possiblle takes that direct train ???

Re: train Kiev to Tibilisi

by Doctor38

you can take a train from Kiev to Moscow and than go to Baku from Moscow, but you'll have to be a Russian or an Azeri citizen to do that. From Baku you can take another train to Tbilisi.

There is no other train connection. There is a ferry from Ukraine to Tbilisi but it is very inconvenient, expensive and uncomfortable.

Your realistic options are to fly between the 2 cities or go to Istanbul by train. Take another train to Van or Erzurm in eastern Turkey than go by bus to Tbilisi.

Travel Tips for T'bilisi


by maykal

I always think that the best way to get to know a city is by walking. My friend's apartment was in the area of Vake, which is a fair distance from the centre of took me about an hour to walk through the suburbs, past Vake Park and the Tbilisi State University, the grand buildings on Rustavelis Gamziris to Tavisuplebis Moedani (Freedom Square) and the beginning of the old town. One of the reasons for walking everywhere, everyday, was that I like walking...another is that the bus and Marshrutka system completely mystified me, as all bus signs were written in Georgian. I learnt how to read the Georgian alphabet on bits of paper, but not on buses zooming past at 60 miles an hour. So I never took a city bus, and stayed off the underground train system too, for the same reasons.

the sulphur baths

by call_me_rhia

The district of Ortachala is where the bath houses using water from the sulfur springs are. There are several baths in town and most have also private rooms that cater for small groups and couples. I don't know how many there are today, but in the 13th century there were 65 mineral water bath housesin town.

In the past baths had three important functions: hygienic (to wash oneself), medical (to be cured from illnesses) and social (meeting friends and for women checking out prospective wives for their sons).

Today people go there mainly to relax and to have a massage. Watch out in summer - with an outside temperature of about 40C, a hot bath can be a bit of a pain.

Sidenote: some baths turn into brothels at night.

Sukhishvili - Georgian National Ballet Concert

by rjaparidze

If by any chance it happens so that during one's stay in Tbilisi, there is a performance of Georgian National Ballet - Sukhishvili or Erisioni, he definitely needs to go and visit it. This is a traditional Georgian dance (kind of Irish River Dance) with using swords and in my opinion this one of the best things that Georgians may be proud of.

I will add that both Sukhishvili and Erisioni dancing troops often are out of country on international trips... So basiclly they only perform once or twice during the year...

day trip to Mtskheta

by call_me_rhia

Mtskheta is Georgia's ancient capital city and, as you can see from the picture, is located at the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. It is about 30 minutes away from Tbilisi.

Mtskheta is named after Mtskhetos, son of Kartlos - the legendary progenitor of the Georgian people. It is also the place of the first Christian church in Georgia and it is still regarded as the spiritual capital.

There are several churches and monasteries worth visiting in and near town. Highly recommended are Sveti Tskhoveli Cathedral, Samtavro monastery and the litthe Jvari church.

Taxi Airport Transfer

by UnaN

If you are coming to Tbilisi by night - TAXI is the only way to get from Airport to city.
Usually it coast 25 Lari ( around 15 $) but if you are a "stranger in the night" you wont be able to reach a Taxi for that price, so TRY TO NEGOTIATE with a taxi drivers or book everything in advance.


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