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Tbilisi has something for everyone. From its period buildings to its excellent restaurants, and its vibrant arts scene to its rich culture, the city has more then enough to keep even the most energetic holidaymaker happy.
If you want to avoid the heat and crowds of summer, and the snow of winter, book your flights to Tbilisi in May, June or September. Pleasant temperatures and generally good weather make these spring and autumn months perfect for exploring the city and the beautiful countryside that surrounds it.
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Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International is the main airport in Georgia. Located around 11 miles from central Tbilisi, it offers passengers a good choice of flights to destinations across Europe and The Middle East. Buses and taxis connect the airport with the city centre.
Airlines that offer direct and connecting services from the UK to Tbilisi include:
Central Tbilisi is small enough to explore on foot. However, if you don’t want to walk or want to get out of the main tourist area, Tbilisi’s two-line metro network offers a fast and reliable way to get around. Buses connect parts of the city not on the metro line, while taxis are also available across Tbilisi.
One of the most popular attractions in Tbilisi is the Museum of Georgia. The museum is home to a wealth of artefacts with many pieces dating back to the 3rd millennium BC. Learn all about the city’s history and culture before heading out to explore a more contemporary side of Tbilisi.
Another of Tbilisi’s important sights is the Narikala Fortress. The 4th century structure dominates the Old Town skyline and offers panoramic views over the surrounding area.
Invest in a Metromani card to make travel on Tbilisi’s public transport network quick and easy. British passport holders don’t need a visa to enter Georgia.