Georgia is a beautiful country—rich in culture, food, and wine. A trip to Tbilisi and its surroundings in the fall season offers an experience of landscapes, culture, and food.
It is recommended to ascend to a beautiful observation point from the sculpture of Vakhtang Gorgasali. The area is especially beautiful at night, when all the forts and churches along the river are illuminated with lights of varying colors.
From there, it is highly recommended to visit one of the hot springs in the city—in a Turkish bath style or at the traditional baths.
After enjoying a lovely time at the baths, you can pass through the fashionable Sharden Alley, via Sioni Street, towards Liberty Square. This area is a wonderful option for a night out, as it is full of pubs and restaurants.
On the way, you will meet food stalls—including of course the “Churchella,” a yummy sweet Georgian snack that includes walnuts hung on a string and dipped in grape honey.
The food in Tbilisi, as in the rest of Georgia, is simply excellent. Try one of the local pastries stuffed with Georgian cheese or eggplant wrapped in nuts and pomegranates.