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Location of the hotel in Tbilisi

With the riverfront location in the historical center of Tbilisi and surrounded with beautiful parks, our hotel is absolutely perfect. There are so many beautiful places in the city and each of them is near hotel Riverside: Narikala Fortress and Mother Georgia, Mtatsminda Mountain and Metekhi Church, Freedom Square, Shardeni street, Dry Bridge and Flea market. We have listed many of “must see” sights for you, these places and buildings are heart and soul of Tbilisi and you can explore them in some minutes from our hotel. 
 

Landscapes of Tbilisi Around the Hotel:

Kashveti
One of the first churches in Tbilisi. The existing 1910 building, designed by Leopold Bielfeld, is a copy of the 11th-century Samtavisi Church.
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Tbilisi Opera
Opened in 1851, the Tbilisi State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre was the first opera theater in all Transcaucasia. 
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Peace Bridge, Rike Park
The newest bridge in Tbilisi, opened in 2010 is made of steel and glass, it is pedestrian so called Peace Bridge. 
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National Museum
The impressive national museum reopened in 2011 after a five-year refurbishment. A major highlight is the Archaeological Treasury.
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Metekhi Church
 The Metekhi Church occupy the strategic rocky outcrop above the Metekhi Bridge. This is where Vakhtang Gorgasali built his palace and the site&r...
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Sioni Cathedral
 One of the oldest and certainly the most famous temple of Georgia - is Sion, or, alternately, Sioni Cathedral.
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Dry Bridge, Flea Market
Dry Bridge, Flea Market - dry Bridge – the ramshackle old corner of the Tbilisi historic town, a few hundred meters down from Rustaveli Avenue, ...
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Baratashvili Street
Baratashvili Street combines old and new Tbilisi; on the south side, incorporated into the remains of the city wall, are shops, cafes and houses with ...
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Parliament Building
The high-arched Parliament building has seen momentous events.
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Freedom Square
It has undergone several name changes in its 200 year history. Following the restoration of Georgia’s independence, the square reverted to ...
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Abanotubani
The social hub of the area is further south – Tbilisi’s famed sulphur baths, the Abanotubani. Alexanders Dumas and Pushkin both bathed her...
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Shardeni Street
The narrow main walking street Sharden together with its parallel narrow pedestrian streets lined with fashionable galleries and cafes. 
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