Browsing through my photos of Tbilisi, Georgia, was a slightly surreal experience. Was I really in Tbilisi last summer? Did I actually spend four days in the Republic of Georgia, a tiny country located on the other side of the world?
I wasn’t in Tbilisi long, but immediately, I was smitten. Georgia’s capital city is quirky, colorful, and full of street art — a place where you are as likely to stumble upon a trendy wine bar as you are to find a flea market full of dusty Soviet relics.
Also, if you aren’t already acquainted, please meet Khachapuri, the boat-shaped, cheese-filled dough ball you’ll see below. It’s a delicious dish native to Georgia that I fell in love with. And it’s probably the reason I gained five pounds on my trip to Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Russia.
Here are some of my favorite photos of Tbilisi, and ones I hope will inspire you to visit someday:
More Tbilisi recommendations to come soon!
Have you ever visited Tbilisi? What did you think of it?
P.S. 11 Super Unique Things to Do in Baku and 20 Photos That Will Inspire You to Visit Azerbaijan.
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4 thoughts on “20 Photos That Will Inspire You to Visit Tbilisi, Georgia”
These photos are amazing – definitely makes me what to go! Especially that cheesy bread egg butter combination food… NOM.
It was SO good. Highly recommend it (and Tbilisi!)
I am absolutely dying to visit Georgia, it is seriously at the top of my list of more random travel bucket destinations! I got obsessed with khachapuri and all things Georgian cuisine a couple of years ago. A little closer to home, but there’s a great Georgian restaurant in NYC in Alphabet City called Oda House :)
I’ll remember that for my next visit to NYC! Georgia is INCREDIBLE. Far away but so worth it!
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