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Important note about the Covid-19

Dear travelers,

In these hard times of coronavirus spread we wish all of you and your families
be healthy. If at the moment it seems to be somewhat peak of the situation, we
believe things will come down soon. So hopefully people won’t stop traveling!Please, remember some important things about our cancelation policy:

  • You can cancel your tour 48 hours before the trip with no penalty
  • You can postpone your trip for any foreseen date with no penalty
  • You can buy voucher for your trip and activate it later whenever you wish to

We understand that currently measures are taken daily by governments to stop
the virus spread. As for now Georgia closed borders till 1st of April 2020.
Please, contact us with any questions you may have,

Tbilisi Urban Adventures team

Top-Rated Tours of Tbilisi

The best tour ever with the best ever tour guide

"Polina is an amazing guide. She loves the city and passes her love to others. We saw the city in our tour from the locals perspective, we could not get to the places just ourselves. Hidhly recommend it."

– ReilyaY via TripAdvisor
Amazing experience!

"Polina did her best to show us her favorite city with its old traditions, calm and peaceful atmosphere and delicious food. We tried khinkali, chacha, georgian salad, lemonade and more. Tea ceremony at Shota’s place was fantastic! He’s a real magician! Thank you, Polina, hope to see you again and repeat this experience one more time!"

– maryday74 via TripAdvisor
Best tour ever!

"We had a great afternoon with the local guide who showed us around. I really liked that we saw some hidden spots that I definitely wouldn’t be able to find on my own. We also learned fascinating city legends and jokes, and tried the most popular Georgian cheese pastry called khachapuri. So yummy!"

– Манана К. via TripAdvisor
Excellent Walking Tour on a Hot Summers Day

"A great introduction to Tbilisi that included Silk Road history, a peak into the entrance ways and balconies of the city. It felt like we were introduced to the secrets of Georgian life in Tbilisi. Sitting on the hilltop having a picnic and talking history was perfect. Lots of tips for other things to do and places to visit and eat. The recommended Puppet theatre and the Funicular ride to delicious Khatchapuri - fantastic."

– cfma2000 via TripAdvisor

About Us

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, may be 1,500 years old, but it’s far from being stuck in the past.

This multicultural city boasts old markets and modern buildings, ancient laneways and crowded streets — a mix of past and present to keep you exploring for days!

Come for the history, but stay for the wine, food, culture, and pure Georgian hospitality.