A diverse marriage of architecture, food, and culture comes together in Tbilisi, an ancient trade gateway between Europe and Asia. While many travellers flock to witness the harsh beauty of Georgia's striking wilderness, Tbilisi has a lot more to offer than skiing and Caucasus mountain trails.
Foodies will be thrilled by the city's unique cuisine and abundance of vegetarian options: taste tender khinkali dumplings, open cheese pie, candle-shaped churchkhela sweets, and vibrantly spiced Pkhali. Bread is a sacred affair in Georgian culture and throwing it out is considered taboo, so savour every loaf!
Wine lovers should not miss a tasting tour of Kakheti's vineyards, Tbilisi known as 'the Cradle of Wine' claims to be the birthplace of the fragrant beverage.
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