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Rike Park, Tbilisi

#5 of 12 in Parks in Tbilisi
A flowery expanse on the riverbank, Rike Park offers meandering paths and fountains. The park also includes a performance area/exhibit center, designed by Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas. For Rike Park and beyond, use our Tbilisi trip itinerary planning site to get the most from your Tbilisi vacation.
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  • Very nice park, tastefully arranged, landscaped, cafés, benches. Lovely place to relax after a lot of walking.
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  • Here is a cool, unusual, is where to sit. Nice unusual Park. But if you go to the Centre, you can visit there)
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  • The park is very big and offers a range area of different designs for people to take pictures. There are some part of the park which are dirty like the big piano and the small stadium near it. It's ve...  more »
  • A must see park. One side is peace bridge (which is just a bridge to pass nothing more) and another side. There is aerial tram(which makes it a must see place). The park itself is clean and i loved it.
  • Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful!! The Bridge of Peace is on one side.. And the park itself is very well maintained and a beautiful place to just sit and take a break. We were only a little disappointed that the aerial tramway was under renovation during our entire stay in Tbilisi but apart from that it was lovely! They even have a Cafe within the park if you need to eat something.
  • Amazing view with many landmarks nearby this is a good place to start your journey you need half a day at least but do you be careful of pickpockets and young children who come to you we were almost pickpocketed
  • This is the newest public recreation area in Tbilisi, popular with families, especially in summer. It sits on the left bank of Mtkvari river, under the gaze of the Presidential Palace. It is easy to access from the Old City via the glass and steel pedestrian Peace Bridge, or on the other side of the river, by descending the stairs from Avlabari. A newly opened cable car station takes people up to Narikala Fortress. During summer evenings, a music and light show accompanies a choreographed fountain display.
  • Very nice place to visit. I enjoyed my time and I took very nice photos 🤗🤗😎
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