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Tbilisi Funicular

This steep cable car will transport you to the Mtatsminda Hill. Its highlights are many – idyllic views, amusement park, pantheon and a restaurant.

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Opening Hours

11 am - 10 pm



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  • Old Tbilisi

    The district comprises countless important historic buildings. It's a no.1 attraction in Tbilisi.

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