What are the best places to visit in Tbilisi in two days?
So i am looking to study abroad in Tbilisi and I know i will have to have a visa because i will be staying more than 90 days
I called the georgian consulate here in the united states and they said I will have to come fore an interview in Washington dc is this true?
I basically just want to know if anyone else has acquired a visa to go to georgia from the United States, and if you did what was the process you had to undergo
what should a woman wear in tbilisi that would be considered appropriate.
Which other options do I have to travel from Tbilisi (GE) to Baku (AZ) than the night train? I am looking for a trip by bus, marshrutka or train or a mixture of all these.
In theory I have two days for the trip, so would prefer to stay somewhere interesting in Azerbaijan on the trip. I have read something about the border post at Krasny Most (Red Bridge) between Georgia and Azerbaijan. Still for me it looks like the bus trip from there to Baku is still too long.
Any advice is very much appreciated.
Hi, is there any shop with outdoor equipment? Did you find any ?
Please send me your opinion about goods that can be found there?
I am interested in mountain.boots at first place.
Thanks in advance
Hi, I'm a gay man in my mid-30s, traveling to Tbilisi soon. I was wondering if there are any gay-friendly/mixed bars in Tbilisi to have a drink. Thanks!
in Tbilisi can I get girl friend with me to my hotel?
Can anyone tell me exactly what to expect on this date end of Nov to first week of Dec at T'bilisi?
What would the weather be like? will there be snow at that time?
Is the place be more of same like in Turkey?
Which place should i go for visit? not much interested in bars.
Can anyone suggest about the 3-star hotel called Penthouse Hotel in District of Aviabari?
Thank you - Thank you for your replies!
Hey fellow VT's;
A friend is moving to Tbilisi for a year in september 2013 and he couldn't find any decent information about housing (prices per month and conditions) Heating systems in the apartments and the general living cost. Any information will help much.
Thanks in advance
Hi, I'm heading to Kazbegi for a few days in August. I would love to do some hiking but I will be travelling light.
A few questions:
1) Will the weather be warm enough to not need anything to warm (maybe a simple long sleeve top) even if walking 'fairly high'(i say 'fairly high' as i am not experienced at anything higher than 2500m but am used to doing many hikes)
2) Are routes clearly marked or should i bring a OS hiking map?
3) Should i bring other proper walking gear, like proper boots, or are walking shoes adequate
Sorry questions may seen a bit amateur but am trying to travel light.
Hi! I'm coming to Tbilisi with my friend on june 20th (2013) for a 10-day-trip. I would like to get to know someone local who could possibly show us around and have some nice time with! :) It's always nice to get to know new people around the globe! :)
Any suggestions? Bus, taxi? Rates and awailabillity.
Dose Anne know ifølge Youngstorget have to walk å Long way to see Therese Kazbek summit?
How secure is the area ?
So, im going this summer in tbilisi with my daughter to meet our relatives. Last time we had lots of things to do in the city, but now she is grown and in teenage. im a bit worried, that she will get bored. What could underage teenager do in tbilisi?
Hi Guys, I am heading to Tbilisi for Easter and was wondering what are the best bars at the moment? I am heading there with 2 english friends but it would be great to meet some Tbilisi Virtual Tourist members so if anyone
wants to join us for beers, let me know. Justin
Have a departure at 05:30 in may '12, is the airport open all night, really does not seem to be worthwhile booking a hotel for that one.
Thanks for your help!
I am arriving in Tbilisi in a few weeks. I really wanted to go to Eastern Turkey but the news from that region is troubling so I am (grudgingly) going to Georgia and maybe Armenia instead.
I bought a Lonely Planet guide but people seem to feel it is inaccurate in terms of prices.
I have already booked a hostel online for one night and though I could scout out other options once on the ground. Does this seem reasonable? I want to be by the old town and old stuff..which area of the city should I look for accomadation in?
What is the current price of a meal in a non touristy place for regular people?
Also what about sexual harassment? Is there any problem for a woman traveling alone?
I will be arriving in Tbilisi at 12:15 PM. Are there any mashrutkas to Yerevan after that time (for example at 1 PM or 2 PM), or will I need to wait until the next day (I do not want ot take a night mashrutka).
If I am too late for the last mashrutka, is it possible to get a mashrutka to the border, then cross, and get another mashrutka on the Armenian side of the border that will go to Yerevan ?
An internet search shows two different addresses for the Azerbaijan Embassy in Tbilisi. I guess one is the old address, and one is the current one. Can anyone tell me what the current address of the Azerbaijan Embassy in Tbilisi is ?
Can anyone direct me to a website that has the train schedule (airport to city) on it ?
If it is not on the Internet, does anyone know at what time trains go from the airport to the city in the night (between 3 AM and 8 AM) ?
Can anyone recommend a travel agent in Tbilisi that can book accommodation for me in Azerbaijan and get the required documentation for an Azerbaijan visa ? The latest thing I've heard is that the Azerbaijan Embassy in Tbilisi is now requiring the hated Letter of Invitation. If anyone knows differently, please let me know - the info I have was as of around June 2011.
Does anyone have information or a review on Vitamin "A" Bar? Thanks
I am wondering how I can travel from Seki in Azerbaijan (that's a backward "e" in Seki) to Tbilisi. Are there mashrutskas direct, or do I have to change buses and mashrutkas ? If so, where do I have to change ? Or is there a train from Seki to Tbilisi ?
so im hoping to go to azerbaijan from tbilisi am i right in saying they have an over night train to baku or marshutkas, How long do these methods take? Would you recommend heading straight for baku or stopping somewhere else(il be there approx 5days only) From azerbaijan is it easy to travel to armenia, Yeveran is the place to head to?
I going there for work, but will try to find a moment for a visit.
What would you advise me to see once there?
I am rather interested in the old city (where it is?) and building/castles.
Thanks in advance!
Hi! I'm coming to Tbilisi with my friend on August 27th (2010) for a 5-day-trip.
I would like to get to know someone local who could possibly show us around and have some nice time with! :) It's always nice to get to know new people around the globe! :)
-Toni from Finland-
could u help me find efforable accomadation in Tbilisi for 4 days ?
Does anyone know about Betsy's Hotel? It gets both rave reviews for service, security and the views from the rooms but not such good reviews for the location - up a steep hill and at the end of the tourist area.
It's charm sees to be its boutique nature.
I will be coming to Tbilisi for a few days in January 2011 as part of my round the world trip. Given that I have never been to Georgia I would appreciate any advice from you on what things I should see, what local food I should try, what kind of things I should be wary of, etc
Rather than a hotel I will probably stay in a guesthouse as there is quite many of them from what I have seen online so far
Is Tbilisi an expensive city?
Any suggestion is appreciated!
I am looking to train from Kiev but other Ukrainian city to Tibilisi ???
Is possiblle takes that direct train ???
I am looking to rent an apartment in Tbilisi for approximately two months (July and August)
I am looking for one or two room apartment, with furniture.
I am looking for cheap apartment not something luxurious, but I hot water and bathroom are needed.
Location: Closer to the center better.
Any offer or information where to find it will be helpful.