Since you have already decided to make your next trip to Tbilisi – one of the most eclectic and bohemian cities of the world, where the East really meets the West and bla bla bla. Let’s forget all that fancy talk for a moment. Have you ever been to a city and thought about walking in hidden streets with a local who takes you to the most authentic courtyards, where children play football, the laundry is hanging between balconies, the doors and entrances are so old that you feel like you are in a XIXth century-themed film? And while walking out from this historic adventure you walk into modern, renovated spaces where the most innovative and artsy kids gather to come up with their next big ideas? Well, we’ve got some good news for you! We have created a tour that lets you experience the real look and feel of Tbilisi. In this 3-hour experience we will see both, the famous attractions such as Gabriadze Clocktower, Tbilisi Flea Market, etc.; and also, we will divert from the ordinary tourist paths and walk into places that only locals know, we will see some of the coolest Tbilisi street art and check most instagrammable spots. Our tour will end at Fabrika - an old renovated sewing fabric that has been turned into a hostel and a courtyard full of bars, where we will invite you for a beer and give you some recommendations on what to do next in Tbilisi.
Leluka & Lika
Hello! We are twin sisters born and raised in Tbilisi, Georgia. Despite the fact that we have different tastes, interests and hobbies, there are definitely three things that we have in common: the love of our city, meeting new people and obviously our parents Leluka: I study international relations. Last year I decided to study tourism management and tour guiding, became a certified tour guide and am already quite experienced. I’m interested in art, history and can speak several languages. Tbilisi is my hometown and I’m very passionate about showing other people how great it is. Lika: I study marketing and I’m especially interested in tourism and service marketing. Despite the fact that I’ve been living in this city for many years, I still love to explore hidden bits and pieces and gems and get lost in Tbilisi.
We will walk into XIX century building entrances such as Hotel London, Chavchanidze House, Twin Houses, Orbeliani Square, check out Gabriadze Clocktower and Tbilisi Flea Market, etc. It all depends on the weather and ability of the group. We will finish at Fabrika, where you may have a drink and a lunch or dinner.
Don't just visit Tbilisi, EXPERIENCE IT