The Most Instagrammable Spots in Tbilisi, Georgia

The Rike Park Theatre and the Peace Bridge in Tbilisi are striking landmarks and well worth capturing in a photo
The Rike Park Theatre and the Peace Bridge in Tbilisi are striking landmarks and well worth capturing in a photo | © Eric Nathan / Alamy Stock Photo
Photo of Baia Dzagnidze
Writer2 September 2021

Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital, is full of interesting places to explore. You’ll find modern and old landmarks that make the capital unique. For spots that you’ll want to take photos of to fill your Instagram account, here are some of the most photogenic sites in Tbilisi.

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Orbeliani Bath House

Spa, Health Spa
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Orbeliani Baths (Chreli Abano) and buildings in the Abanotubani bath district, Tbilisi (Tiflis), Georgia.
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Often called Tchreli Abano, “colourful baths”, the Orbeliani Bath House is one of the most beautiful architectural landmarks in the city, with vibrant mosaics adorning the exterior. Most of the bathhouses in the area date back to the 17th century and still have traces of Iranian architecture. However, this particular bathhouse was refurbished in an Asian style in the 19th century.

Peace Bridge

Bridge, Park
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Georgia, Tbilisi, Bridge of Peace over Kura river
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Among the first modern structures in the capital, the Peace Bridge is a glass-and-steel pedestrian bridge connecting Erekle II Street and Rike Park over the Mtkvari River. This bow-shaped landmark is 150m (492ft) long and is illuminated with thousands of LED lights that switch on about 90 minutes before the sun sets.

Narikala Fortress

Church, Museum, Architectural Landmark, Historical Landmark
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Narikala fortress and the old town of Tbilisi, Georgia.
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Overlooking the Abanotubani, Narikala Fortress is the only remaining citadel in the city. This brick castle was built in the fourth century during Persian rule. Walk up the steep hill or take a tramway from Rike Park to snap some shots of the park, the breathtaking Mtkvari River and parts of the old town.

Fabrika

Building
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What used to be a Soviet sewing factory is now a popular gathering place for many locals and visitors to Tbilisi. Fabrika is a multifunctional space that incorporates a hostel, cafes, a co-working space, shops and more. It’s a great spot to see street art and experience the hipster scene in the capital.
These recommendations were updated on September 2, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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