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this is a hidden gem of Tbilisi, especially if you have some time and feel tired of walking crowded and polluted streets. reserve some 3 hours for a walk and be prepared not to have any opened cafes inside especially in winter time.
Botanical garden of Georgia is a treasure of Tbilisi not only for tourists, but also for residents. The air is fresh in the garden and that is a rare thing to find in this city nowadays. Furthermore, it is very family friendly activity, especially with...More
I enjoyed a couple hours wandering through the garden, admiring the waterfall and the monuments to Georgians who fought for independence in the 1920's. It was peaceful and relaxing. Some areas are allowed to grow naturally while others have exotic plants. Amazing that such a...More
Its nice for walk and hike, the trees label is two small to read, its beautiful but not so special. We like hiking and have visit it twice. You may take the ( one way ticket)Telefrik in Rike park are walk around the top near...More
I stumbled upon this garden by accident as I walking up the hill in the old city of Tbilisi. I didn't much research and paid the 2 Lari entrance ticket. Little did I know that the garden is so huge that it ends at the...More
Response from Valerie B | Reviewed this property |
Hey! You can honestly go on your own. You can take the cart up onto where Mother Georgia is and walk down then go from there. Or you can walk up. There are pathways and signs that show you where you are. But there's also a... More
Hey! You can honestly go on your own. You can take the cart up onto where Mother Georgia is and walk down then go from there. Or you can walk up. There are pathways and signs that show you where you are. But there's also a cafe and a little shop just incase you need something. Be careful of the gypsies, they'll be very pushy to take pictures of you , with your own device, with maybe a monkey or a peacock and then tell you you need to pay 'x' amount of money AFTER. If you don't pay, they will follow you and harass you. They even go so far as to pull and hang onto you.