There are 32 flights operating between Istanbul and Tbilisi. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Riyadh and Jeddah to Tbilisi.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Tbilisi flights? In the coming 3 months: Dammam Tbilisi 3,125 TL, Istanbul Tbilisi 963 TL and Izmir Tbilisi 1,524 TL
Better to book your flight to Tbilisi 42 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
August and September months are the highest season for Georgia, Tbilisi. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: February and January.
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is located on both banks of the Kura River. Tbilisi, the largest city in Georgia with a population of approximately 1.5 million, is one of the oldest settlements in the Caucasus.
The city, which is an important energy center on the transit route of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline, was on the Historical Silk Road in the past. The city, which has a deep-rooted history in industry, culture and social areas, also has an important historical role between Russia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia and the South Caucasus.
The city whose Carthian name 'Tbilisi' is thought to come from the legend, was a forest-covered place in the 5th century BC, but its fate was written when King Vahtang Gorgasal went hunting. After the hawk that followed to catch the pheasant did not return for a long time, the King, who went to search for the hawk with his soldiers, found both birds falling into hot water, and Tbilisi was established where the hot water was. Tbilisi, which literally means warm, was among the most advanced cities of the Soviet Union in terms of architecture and development.
The city, which experienced violent conflicts during the destruction of the Soviet Union and felt this destruction in every region, looks to the future with confidence by bandaging its wounds. The city, where more than 100 ethnic groups live, has a cultural mosaic.
Sololaki Hill above the old city center is one of the first places that come to mind when it comes to places to visit in Tbilisi. The ruins of the Nariqala Castle, built in the 3rd century on the hill, are an important attraction. The history of the still standing part of the castle dates back to the 8th century.
Kartlis Deda, which is called the mother of Georgians and has a huge statue on the castle, draws attention with its bright appearance from all over the city with the dark. Woman holding wine for friends in her left hand and a sword representing war in her right hand, Tbilisi 1,500. erected in its founding year. Today, it is considered the symbol of the city.
The castle ruins and the 128-hectare botanical garden in front of the statue hosts plants brought from different parts of the world. The botanical garden, which has examples in different cities of Georgia, is ideal for walking and refreshing.
The streets and avenues of the old city center are among the best spots to witness the texture of the city. The atmosphere of Tbilisi can be felt while walking among the pavements decorated with round stones and historical buildings.
Sioni Cathedral, which is located in the Old City and has been standing since the 5th century, the Anchiscati Basilica dated to the 6th century and the Metechi Church of the 13th century are among the beauties to visit.
Caravanserais, which bear the traces of the historical Silk Road, are interesting with their wooden features. Carved, balconies and ornate houses give a feeling of time travel. Abanotubani bath area, which is rich in sulphur with its features similar to Turkish baths, is the first choice of those who want to find healing and relax. The region, which has been in service since the 17th century, is among the most visited places by local and foreign tourists coming to the city.
How to Get to Tbilisi
The easiest way to reach Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, where Turkish citizens can enter without a visa and passport for up to one year with their identity card, is by plane. There are direct flights from Istanbul, Adana and Gaziantep to the city, and you can go to the city by buying a plane ticket. Private vehicle and bus options can also be evaluated through the Artvin Sarp Border Gate.
Tbilisi, one of the cities with the most characteristic features of the Caucasus, is preferred due to its close location to Turkey and the advantage of visa-free travel. The city, which has a very easy transportation opportunity with affordable flight ticket options, is waiting to be discovered.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Adana - Tbilisi||2,488.99|
|Abha - Tbilisi||4,776.19|
|Jouf - Tbilisi||4,928.74|
|Amman - Tbilisi||5,459.25|
|Ankara - Tbilisi||928.00|
|Antalya - Tbilisi||1,711.00|
|Bahrain - Tbilisi||3,123.84|
|Baku - Tbilisi||1,546.71|
|Batumi - Tbilisi||2,844.49|
|Dammam - Tbilisi||3,147.06|
|Dubai - Tbilisi||3,920.52|
|Gassim - Tbilisi||4,827.22|
|Hail - Tbilisi||4,827.22|
|Istanbul - Tbilisi||1,384.00|
|Izmir - Tbilisi||1,741.16|
|Jeddah - Tbilisi||4,909.26|
|Kuwait (City) - Tbilisi||2,658.21|
|London - Tbilisi||3,836.35|
|Madinah - Tbilisi||4,527.21|
|Milan - Tbilisi||1,534.00|
|Moscow - Tbilisi||4,927.40|
|Paris - Tbilisi||2,160.53|
|Riyadh - Tbilisi||3,436.96|
|Tel Aviv Yafo - Tbilisi||2,352.99|
|Tabuk - Tbilisi||5,111.72|
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