Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi
Categories: Scenic Drives, Landmarks, Outdoor Activities, Tourist Spots
Named for a medieval Georgian poet, Rustaveli Avenue throbs with the life of the city and offers insight into the interaction of the old and new in Georgia. The avenue begins at Freedom Square, where government and cultural buildings line the street interspersed with shops and eateries. Among the imposing facades are the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia, and the former parliament building of Georgia. Walk the avenue to find small, independent stores shoulder-to-shoulder with big name, international brands. The avenue is home to a wide range of eateries, from the inexpensive cafe to fine dining establishments. A visit to Rustaveli Avenue represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Tbilisi itinerary builder to plot your vacation.
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мне милее маленькие и тихие удочки, а на проспекте люди, машины, толкотня... проехаться можно по проспекту, в магазины зайти, а так...me than small and quiet fishing rods, and on the Avenue people, cars, crush ... You can drive along the Avenue, shops to visit, as well.show original
Интересная улица для прогулок - столько всего кругом! Каждый раз находишь что-то новое для себя. Очень понравились старинные здания с такими милыми балкончиками.Interesting street for walking-so much about! Each time you find something new for yourself. Really liked the old buildings with such lovely balconies.show original
As u can guess it's one of the central streets of metropolitan so it's always buzzy and alive.You can see a lot of people heading their way to somewhere.You can buy books or souvenirs.Also most brand ... read more »
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