Area & Location: Lies in Eastern Georgia within the Tbilisi Depression along both banks of the Kura River, the North of the city is a large reservoir. The city occupies a total area of 350 sq. km. Located at 41º43' Latitude North and 44º47' Longitude East, Tbilisi has more than 1.345 million inhabitants.
Tourist Attractions: The city, which has number of sight seeing locations, invites tourists from all parts of the world. The historic landmarks are the remarkable features of the city.
Transportation: The yellow buses that are transported from the Netherlands by the government of Georgia are the major public transportation in the city. Tbilisi Metro is another transportation system that serves the city. Tramlines built in Soviet period also provide access to the city.
Hotels: The hotels located in the heart of they city are deluxe that makes the stay in these hotels unforgettable. The hotels with cozy gardens and marvelous environment make it a perfect place for rest. Hotel Villa Mtiebi, Hotel Old Metekhi, Hotel ILIANI, Hotel KMM, Hotel GTM Kapan, Hotel British House, Hotel Diplomat, Hotel Salo, Hotel Irmeni, Hotel Panorama, Hotel Europe and Hotel Sanapiro provide decorative rooms that are worth spending.
Places of Attraction: The parliament and the government buildings of Georgia are located in Tbilisi. Tbilisi State Conservatoire, Tbilisi State Opera Theatre, Shota Rustaveli State Academic Theatre, Marjanishvili State Academic Theatre, the Sameba Cathedral and the Vorontsov's Palace are the cultural landmarks of the city that attract tourists. The city has continuously been ranked among the top four cities in the Soviet Union for the number of museums. Narikala fortress built in the 4th century-17th century AD, Anchiskhati Church built up in the 16th century, Sioni Cathedral in the 8th century and Church of Metekhi in the 13th century are the city's historic landmarks and remarkable sites.