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Tbilisi’s earliest settlements date to the Bronze Age, but the present-day city’s incredible story begins around the 5th Century AD. The Kingdom of Iberia ruled the city in the 5th and 6th centuries, but numerous empires fought for the territory due to its strategic location in the Caucasus. Since the settlement served as a gateway between Europe and Asia, feuding dynasties battled for the prized trading routes.
Over the centuries, Tbilisi has been ruled by the Persians, Arabs, Mongols, and Byzantines, and this helped foster the city’s cultural diversity. You’ll find everything from eastern Orthodox churches, synagogues, and mosques. Tbilisi was also ruled by the USSR during the 20th century and experienced periods of instability after gaining independence.
Safety and stability in Tbilisi have significantly improved during the 21st century, and the number of tourists visiting the city continues to increase. Modernized transportation systems and improved infrastructure make getting around easier for visitors and residents. Tourists arriving in Tbilisi will notice its multicultural population that consists of more than 100 ethnic groups.
Tbilisi’s architecture continues to be among the main draws for tourists, and styles include Neoclassical, Byzantine, and Soviet modern. Since it’s the Georgian capital, Tbilisi houses many of the country’s important institutions. You’ll find the Presidential Palace, Supreme Court of Georgia, National Bank of Georgia, and many others.
Tbilisi has exploded in popularity during recent years, and it’s easy to see why once you arrive. The Georgian capital is an eclectic mix of ancient and modern sites that offer something for every type of traveler. From historical treasures to beautiful urban parks, you’ll constantly discover new sights.
Bounce makes it easy to get around the city and check off all the items on your must-see list. Before starting your adventure around Tbilisi, drop off your luggage at a Bounce storage location to wander the city with ease.
Walk inside the beautiful Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi
Admire the work of Georgian and other Eastern European artists at the Art Museum of Georgia
Watch a performance at Rustaveli Theatre
Take a snapshot of the Presidential Palace
Stroll along the Mtkvari River
Check out the intriguing tower and beautiful paintings of the medieval Saint George’s Armenian Cathedral
Taste traditional Georgian cuisine at Machakhela
Feel refreshed after a visit to the Royal Baths
Witness the colorful architecture of the Tbilisi Central Mosque
Tbilisi International Airport
Kutaisi International Airport and Georgian bus
Tbilisi (Didube) Railway Station
Whether you’re early for your hotel check-in or overpacked for your day trip, Bounce has your storage needs covered. Drop off your luggage upon arrival and explore this fascinating city without carrying heavy bags.
Tbilisi is filled with a rich history and has become more pedestrian-friendly in recent years. With convenient storage options around Tbilisi, Bounce helps you discover more during your visit.
Narikala Fortress: The ancient Narikala Fortress overlooks the Mtkvari River and offers sweeping views of Tbilisi. Sections of the structure date to the 4th century, but it served as a palace for the Arab emirs during the Middle Ages. From its walls, you have an excellent vantage of the botanical gardens and sulfur baths.
Every dynasty that ruled Tbilisi utilized Narikala’s hilltop position, and it was vital for the settlement’s defense. If you’re up for a climb, start hiking from Meidan for stunning visuals of Tbilisi’s Old Town. Alternatively, you can ride the cable car for easy transport to the fortress entrance.
While wandering the grounds, make sure to visit the restored St. Nicholas Church that rests within the lower court. Decorating its interior walls are marvelous frescoes that illustrate Georgia’s dynamic history and Biblical passages.
The Bridge of Peace: While Tbilisi enchants visitors with its ancient sights, there’s still a dose of modern architecture. Constructed of steel and glass, the Bridge of Peace is a testament to the diversity of the city’s layout. The pedestrian bridge allows residents and visitors to cross the Kura River and provides easy access to Old Town.
Its eccentric design was a bold endeavor, but it has quickly become one of the most popular sightseeing attractions in Tbilisi. Radiant gardens sit adjacent to one side of the bridge, and boat cruises are available to admire its framework. Visit the landmark during nightfall at least once to witness its sparkling LED lights shine on the river.
Mtatsminda Park: Perched atop Mount Mtatsminda, this amusement park offers all sorts of enjoyable attractions for families. The park rests on Tbilisi’s highest point, and the sweeping views from the Ferris Wheel are incredible. Other rides inside the park include kid-friendly carousels, water slides, and a funicular.
With a history spanning nearly 100 years, Mtatsminda Park has welcomed visitors since the days of the USSR. Upon the fall of the Soviet government, the park received a facelift to bring it to modern standards.
The park blends in with the natural environment, and there are lots of green spaces to enjoy a relaxing picnic. You’ll also find restaurants and cafes to grab a snack during your visit. During balmy summer days, take your kids to the water park to escape the heat. There are rides suitable for all ages, and you’ll have no problem entertaining older teens and adults in the family.
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The price for luggage storage in Tbilisi is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Tbilisi which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Old Tbilisi, The Bridge of Peace, Tbilisi Sulfur Baths and many other areas.
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Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Tbilisi. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Tbilisi where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theatre, Punikuliori, and Fabrika. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Tbilisi are GNG Hotel, Hotel Royal, and HOTEL ATU.
Tbilisi offers several scenic parks including Mtatsminda Park, National Botanical Garden, and Vake Park.
You can find local tourist information at Tour Guide and Organiser. and Tourist Information.
If you're looking for a good museum in Tbilisi, we recommend Giorgi Chitaia Open Air Museum of Ethnography, Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts, and Museum of the Soviet Occupation. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Tbilisi's most popular historical attractions including Jvari Monastery, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, or Samtawro Church and monuments like The Mother of Kartli, Bicycle, or Monument of King Vakhtang Gorgasali. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Narikala, Akhtala Monastery, or Ujarma Fortress.