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Courtyard of Fabrika Hostel | © Baia Dzagnidze
Courtyard of Fabrika Hostel | © Baia Dzagnidze
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The Most Instagrammable Spots in Tbilisi

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Updated: 17 April 2018
Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital, is full of interesting places to explore. Visitors will 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.

Peace Bridge

Bridge, Park
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Among the first modern structures in the capital, 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 150-meters (492-feet) long and is illuminated with thousands of LED lights that switch on about 90 minutes before the sun sets.
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Accessibility & Audience:

Family Friendly, Kid Friendly, Dog Friendly

Services & Activities:

Free

Atmosphere:

Outdoors, Architectural Landmark, Instagrammable

Abanotubani

Health Spa
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Sulfur Bath in Abanotubani
Sulfur Bath in Abanotubani | © Baia Dzagnidze
Abanotubani is a Georgian term for the sulfur bath district in the old town. Easily noticeable with dome-shaped roofs scattering the area, the baths have natural spring water that is believed to have health and skin benefits.
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Accessibility & Audience:

Kid Friendly, Family Friendly, Dog Friendly

Services & Activities:

Free

Atmosphere:

Outdoors, Indoors, Instagrammable

Orbeliani Bath House

Spa, Health Spa
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Orbeliani Bath house in Abanotubani | ©Violator1 / Flickr
Often called Tchreli Abano, ‘colourful baths’, the Orbeliani Bath House is one of the most beautiful architectural landmarks of the city with its colourful mosaics that adorn 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 bath house was refurbished in an Asian style in the 19th century.
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8:00 am - 11:59 pm

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Family Friendly

Services & Activities:

Entrance Fee

Atmosphere:

Indoors, Historical Landmark, Architectural Landmark, Instagrammable

Narikala Fortress

Botanical Garden, Church
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Narikala Fortress
Narikala Fortress | © Baia Dzagnidze
Overlooking the Abanotubani, Narikala Fortress is the only remaining citadel of the city. This brick castle was built in the 4th century during the Persian rule. Walk up the steep hill or take a tramway from Rike Park to snap some shots of the breath-taking views of Mtkvari River, Rike Park and parts of the old town.
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Dog Friendly, Kid Friendly, Family Friendly

Services & Activities:

Worship services, Free

Atmosphere:

Outdoors, Scenic, Instagrammable

The Kaleidoscope House

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The residential house of the 19th century | © Baia Dzagnidze
The Kaleidoscope House, as its been deemed by locals, dates back to the 19th century. Located on Betlemi Street, it is often visited by tourists and locals who want to admire the colourful stained glass décor, which has been very well preserved.
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Accessibility & Audience:

Family Friendly, Kid Friendly

Services & Activities:

Free

Atmosphere:

Indoors, Historical Landmark, Architectural Landmark

The clock tower

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Tbilisi's clock tower | © Culture Trip / Baia Dzagnidze
Adorning Shavteli Street, this clock tower is an iconic Tbilisi sight. A small angel comes out of the clock and rings a bell with a hammer every hour, but make sure to come at noon or 7pm to see a small puppet show called The Circle of Life.
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Dog Friendly, Family Friendly, Kid Friendly

Services & Activities:

Free

Atmosphere:

Outdoors, Architectural Landmark, Instagrammable

Rike Park

Park
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View of the Rike Park in Tbilisi | © Baia Dzagnidze
Rike Park is close to Abanotubani and boasts small pools, fountains, a giant chess board and dozens of chairs to sit down and relax in after a long walk through the Old Town.
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Accessibility & Audience:

Family Friendly, Dog Friendly, Kid Friendly

Services & Activities:

Free

Atmosphere:

Outdoors, Instagrammable, Quiet

Fabrika

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Facade of Fabrika Hostel | © Baia Dzagnidze
What used to be a Soviet sewing factory is now a popular gathering place for many locals and visiors of Tbilisi. Fabrika is a multi-functional space that incorporates a hostel, cafés, co-working space, shops and more. It’s a great spot to see the street art and hipster scene of the capital.
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Accessibility & Audience:

Dog Friendly, Family Friendly, Kid Friendly, Accessible (Wheelchair)

Services & Activities:

Free

Atmosphere:

Outdoors, Instagrammable, Indoors