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Book a flight to Tbilisi with Qatar Airways

Book a flight to Tbilisi and explore all that Georgia's capital city can offer. The country's economic and cultural hub, Tbilisi’s rich history serves as an elegant supplement to its 21st-century credentials –In the heart of the Old Town, winding alleyways and ancient traveller's inns mingle with vine-draped courtyards. Tbilisi's Mediterranean vibe and balmy climate ensure any visit here is one that will be treasured.

Fly to Tbilisi with Qatar Airways to enjoy a metropolitan break in the heart of the Caucasus.

Tbilisi highlights

Sameba Cathedral, the Parliament Building and the 4th-century Persian citadel of Nariqala Fortress are but a tiny sample of Tbilisi’s architectural lustre; on a hot day, head for Turtle Lake or one of the city’s many bathhouses.

  • Tourist attractions

    High on Elia Hill, overlooking the city, you will find Sameba Cathedral, one of Georgia's grandest churches and a spectacular example of classic Georgian architecture. The Parliament Building and Nariqala Fortress are also worth visiting. The latter dates to the 4th century and was once a Persian citadel.

    On your trip to Tbilisi, take a stroll through the winding alleyways of Old Town and head along Kote Abichazi, the main street. Stop off at the Armenian Norasheni Church, which dates to 1793. The ancient buildings, eclectic shops and traditional cafés of Old Town are best seen on foot, with a map of the city close at hand.

  • Leisure activities

    Travel to Tiblisi and you’ll quickly find out that the city is generously stocked with museums and it is easy to spend a whole day exploring them. The Open-Air Museum of Ethnography is a great place to start, with around 70 traditional houses from across Georgia filled with artefacts from the country's history.

    There are many more cultural centres to investigate. Why not while away an hour or two at the city's National Gallery before heading for the Museum of Georgia? The Archaeological Treasury exhibits silver and gold from burial sites dating back as far as 3,000 BC.

    The city's Sulfur Baths and Royal Baths in the Abanotubani district are open throughout the year. You can opt for a relaxing massage or simply luxuriate in one of the baths with friends.

    On a hot day, local families head for Turtle Lake on the city's outskirts. Rent a pedal-boat, enjoy swimming in the lake, or find a sunny picnic spot and drink in stunning views of the city and surrounding mountains.

  • Food

    Georgian cuisine is heavily influenced by Middle Eastern and European flavours. In Tbilisi, the emphasis is firmly on traditional restaurants offering local specialities. Try khinkali (Georgian meat-and-vegetable dumplings), khachapuri (bread filled with cheese) and badrijani nigvzit (aubergine, cooked in garlic and walnut paste).

    For those who fancy international dishes, you can choose from American, Italian, French, Chinese or a host of others on offer at the city’s restaurants. But it is Tbilisi's traditional taverns and subterranean eateries that offer the most authentic Georgian experience. Don't miss out on the opportunity to sample Georgian desserts, particularly churchxela, made with walnuts and grape juice.

  • Shopping



    Travel to Tbilisi and you may be inexplicably overcome with the urge to buy anything and everything at the city's Dry Bridge Market. This open-air retail bonanza sells everything from art and jewellery, to ancient drinking horns and antique swords. Haggling is essential for the best prices.

    Antiques, local art, jewellery and wine are popular purchases for visitors to Tbilisi. Georgian jewellery is renowned for its superior quality and low cost. Head for Tiflis Avenue Art Centre in the Old Town, where you can buy works by upcoming or established local artists for very reasonable prices.

    Tbilisi Mall is the city's only Western-style mall. You'll find international stores alongside the usual fast-food outlets.

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