Tbilisi’s Old Town is rooted in its Eurasian past with Persian and Russian influences in the graceful verandahs of old homes and squares lined with foliage, while the Narikala Fortress looks benevolently down upon them. Tbilisi’s ancient neighborhoods have an incredible sense of community – almost village-like within the main city. Buy your cheese, fruit and nuts fresh from the countryside on the sidewalk, or take a stroll through the historic part of town. The narrow winding streets of the Old Town give way to the broader avenues of the more modern capital that Tbilisi has grown into. Charming cafes and excellent restaurants make it a lively atmosphere while the city embraces an active cultural scene. Music and art are ever present and the genuine warmth of the Georgians makes its presence felt everywhere. Embrace the different facets of Tbilisi with Exeter International.
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