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Tamar's Guidebook

Sightseeing
-NARIKALA frortress is right next to the Botanical garden. It is beautifully lit during the night time and is a great place to hang out with friends and family. There are two fabulous musicians that play amazing guitar at the top of the steps after you embark from the tramways. Plenty of food and drinks as well as local candies and souvenir shops are littered throughout. You can walk down to the Old Town by taking the stairway night into the heart of all the restaurants.
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Dzveli Tbilisi
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-NARIKALA frortress is right next to the Botanical garden. It is beautifully lit during the night time and is a great place to hang out with friends and family. There are two fabulous musicians that play amazing guitar at the top of the steps after you embark from the tramways. Plenty of food and drinks as well as local candies and souvenir shops are littered throughout. You can walk down to the Old Town by taking the stairway night into the heart of all the restaurants.
Relaxing
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Abanotubani
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Tbilisi Zoo
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Food Scene
On this Street you can see so many historical buildings and food restaurants of different culture.
Kote Marjanishvili Street
On this Street you can see so many historical buildings and food restaurants of different culture.
Neighbourhoods
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Tbilisi Zoo
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entertainment
Circus

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Drinking Lagidze water and eating khachapuri
Laghidze water (Georgian: ლაღიძის წყალი) is a popular Georgian soft drinkbased on soda and a variety of natural syrups. It has been traditionally mixed in a glass from a soda fountain,but it is also available as a bottled soft drink in a range of flavors. Some American food writers liken it to egg cream, but the authentic Georgian drink includes neither milk nor chocolate syrup. Laghidze water is named after Mitrofan Laghidze, a pharmacist’s apprentice in Kutaisi, Georgia, who in 1887 explored the idea of using natural syrups instead of imported flavored essences in making lemonades.