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Most Instagrammable Spots In Tbilisi To Wow Your Instagram followers

Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia, a country in Europe making its impact on the global map. Tbilisi is a vibrant city with modern and traditional architecture so beautiful that you can not keep your cameras down. Every corner and every attraction in Tbilisi is absolutely beautiful and holds a special European charm which is why the city holds numerous Instagrammable spots. Find below the list of the most Instagramable spots in Tbilisi so you can always have your cameras ready!

Instagrammable Spots In Tbilisi
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Most Instagrammable Spots In Tbilisi


Abanotubani is a Georgian word for the sulfur bath region in the old town and is one of the most Instagramable spots in Tbilisi you will come across. It can easily be recognized through its prominent features such as the dome-shaped roofs spreading the region. The baths have natural spring water that is considered to be beneficial to health and skin. Kids are also allowed if you’re travelling as a family. The best part is it is dog friendly too! You can click some pictures of your dog in this picturesque background and make your followers fall in love with your feed.

Location: Abano Street, Tbilisi, Georgia

Orbeliani Bath House

Orbeliani bathhouse Tbilisi:Instagrammable Spots In Tbilisi
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This historic attraction is frequently referred to as Tchreli Abano which translates to colourful baths. the Orbeliani Bath House is one of the most impressive architectural sites in the city with its vivid mosaics that decorate the exterior. Most of the bathhouses in the region record back to the 17th century and still have fragments of Iranian design. This particular bathhouse was renovated into a more Asian style in the 19th century and is now of the most Instagramable spots in Tbilisi you must visit.

Location: 31 Abano Street, Tbilisi, Georgia

Peace Bridge

peace bridge Tbilisi: Instagrammable Spots In Tbilisi
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Peace Bridge is among the first modern constructions in the city. It is a glass-and-steel pedestrian bridge joining Erekle II Street and Rike Park across the Mtkvari River. This bow-shaped bridge is 150-meters long and is decorated with lots of LED lights that turn on about 90 minutes before the sunsets giving us a marvellous sight. Shoot the bridge with the backdrop of the sunset and viola! You’ve got your followers wanting more of the views you are enjoying.

Location: Near Rike Park, Tbilisi, Georgia

Narikala Fortress

narikala fortress Tbilisi
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Narikala Fortress is the only surviving citadel of the city and it is easily located close to the Abanotubani. This stone castle was created in the 4th century during the Persian rule. Hike up the steep hill or catch a tramway from Rike Park to click some photos of the refreshing views of Mtkvari River, Rike Park and elements of the old town.

Location: Abanotubani, Tbilisi, Georgia

The Kaleidoscope House

The locals say that this landmark dates back to the 19th century. The Kaleidoscope House is located on Betlemi Street and is often visited by travellers and locals who want to relish the bright stained glass décor which has been kept well maintained.

Location: 3 Betlemi Street , Tbilisi, Georgia


Back in the day, this attraction was Soviet sewing factory is today a popular meeting place for countless locals and guests of Tbilisi. Fabrika is a multi-operative area that includes a hostel, cafés, co-working space, shops and more and is a great spot to observe the street art and hipster scene in the city.

Location: Avlabari District, Tbilisi, Georgia

Rike Park

rike park Tbilisi
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Rike Park is near to Abanotubani and has tiny pools, fountains, a large chessboard and lots of chairs to sit down and rest after a long trek through the Old Town. The park is decorated beautifully making it one of the most Instagrammable spots in Tbilisi.

Location: 8 Egnate Ninoshvili Street, Tbilisi, Georgia

The Clock Tower

The clock tower is an iconic Tbilisi attraction. A little angel gets out of the clock to ring a bell with a hammer every hour of the day. See a little puppet show called The Circle of Life when you visit the tower at noon or evening. The special thing about the clock tower is how it looks like it has come right out of a fairytale book. The backdrop of the tower is like you are on a movie set and this is why the tower is one of the most Instagrammable spots in Tbilisi.

Location: 13 Ioane Shavteli Street, Tbilisi, Georgia

Get ready to make your followers #jealous of your travel feed. Tbilisi offers splendid views and picturesque landmarks to keep your Instagram following wanting more and more of your journey through Georgia. Book your Europe packages or custom make your Europe itineraries with our travel consultants to capture Tbilisi at its best. Drop a Whatsapp inquiry to know more.

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