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Its dramatic setting on both sides of the winding Mtkvari River has for a long time secured Tbilisi’s reputation as a city of legend and romance. This is where East meets West at a crossroad of culture that is reflected in the huge diversity of people and architectural styles co-existing in the city. The religious buildings tell it all; with Orthodox and Catholic churches rubbing shoulders with mosques and synagogues. There is a wealth of things to explore in this melting pot of civilisation, and from a holiday apartment in Tbilisi you can do it as if you were a local. With 9flats you rent accommodation from private owners, but this does not mean you’ll be couchsurfing in Tbilisi because the flats are for your own exclusive use.
Holiday apartments in Tbilisi at a crossroad of culture
With 9flats you can holiday in this way in locations all around the planet, from holiday apartments in Istanbul to vacation homes in Hamburg. In Tbilisi your holiday home becomes a launch pad for discovery and adventure as you set out to explore the city’s lively cobbled streets and exotic architecture. The city is built on hot springs and a visit to the underground baths that lie beneath domes of brick is a great way to unwind after a long journey. The springs pump out three million litres of 47°C water a day, so be prepared for an invigorating experience. Wander around the lanes of Old Tbilisi afterwards to fully appreciate the beauty of its carved balconies, curious shops, ancient churches and crooked houses built around courtyards.
Castles and culture from a Tbilisi holiday flat
The skyline is dominated by the imposing Narikala Fortress sitting on top of a rocky hill overlooking the river. Built in the 4th century, the fortress has been there since before the city began and offers superb views for those energetic enough to take the steep path to the summit. For a more relaxing excursion from your Tbilisi holiday flat you could try Turtle Lake in the hills just outside the town where you can rent pedal boats or simply admire the view from one of the lakeside cafes. For shopping head for the Saturday flea market beside the river where a huge range of jewellery and antiques is spread out for sale. Eating out in Tbilisi is a delight thanks to its multi-cultural mix, with restaurants offering Georgian, Asian, European and American food. A typical local speciality is Khinkali, a delicious dumpling stuffed with spiced meat and vegetables. The wine is excellent too, thanks to the country’s 521 varieties of grape.
Holiday apartments in Eastern Europe
Renting your own holiday apartment is a great way to see the world in comfort, so if you are planning on touring around any other Eastern European capitals browse the 9flats site for properties such as holiday flats in Kiev and vacation homes in Warsaw. You choose the destination and let 9flats ensure you settle in comfortably.