This tour will take you through the oldest streets in Tbilisi - back from the 4th century to the newest buildings that are best examples of modern architecture. Your tour will take you from the church of Metekhi, sulfur baths and then on to Narikala fortress and grand finale at Rustaveli Avenue and Museum of Fine Arts with artifacts from the Bronze Age, this tour manages to squeeze centuries into one easy-to-handle excursion
The city offers a wide variety of sights, most of them very ancient, beginning at the church of Metekhi, you'll walk to the brick domes of sulfur baths and then on to spectacularly located Narikala’s fortress – one of the oldest fortresses in Georgia, overlooking Mtkvari river gorge.
Following, visit the synagogue, and the Sioni and Anchiskhati churches, which mark the end of the Old Town. After you will see the treasury of the National Museum of Georgia (Georgian Archaeology from 8th millennium B.C.) while walking along Rustaveli Avenue – the main street in Tbilisi and visit the treasury of the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts. This treasury preserves and presents works from the Bronze Age, Antic-Hellenistic, and medieval periods, as well as significant modern artifacts up through the 20th century.
Finally you will tour the Holy Trinity Cathedral, the third biggest church in the world