1. Who are you?
Unlike some other free tours, our guides are only locals. They have lived in the city most of their lives and would be able to tell you things about Tbilisi and Georgia in general that you cannot find in any travel book. They know plenty (if not all) about Tbilisi’s history, culture, etc. and would also be able to help with any general or practical questions you have regarding your stay in our country.

2. What if I am late for the tour?
Tour usually starts around ten-fifteen minutes later, because we are waiting for all people to come. In case you still miss us, you might catch up with us on the way. just give us a call at: +995558131415 to check where exactly we are.

3. What if I am coming with a bigger group (10+ people)?
You might wanna give us heads up by calling us or writing on our email. This way we may be able to get more people to show you around and provide much better experience for you and your friends.

4. Is there a lot of walking involved?
The main tourist attractions in Tbilisi are conveniently located in the very city center (with some exceptions, of course). The total distance that we cover is about 4,2 km and we do it with quite a relaxed pace so you shouldn’t worry.

5. Is there gonna be an after party?
The tour ends in front of the Meidan Square (Old Town). If we have time, we might come with you to grab a bit or a drink depending on your preferences. That’s not part of the official tour, though. Even if we don’t have the time that particular day, we would be able to recommend the best places to continue your stay in Tbilisi.

6. Is the tour suitable for children?
As long as they can keep up with the group, they are more than welcome.

7. Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Unfortunately Tbilisi is not very wheelchair-friendly.

8. What if I have to leave before the end?
Don’t worry about that. We won’t be insulted. Just please let us know so that we don’t think you got lost or something. Besides, you can also join the rest of the tour some other time.

9. Do you stop for any breaks?
The tour is not that long and we usually stop for breaks only as an exception. There are a couple of places where you can take a seat while listening to our stories, also a couple of taps with drinking water and some options for a toilet. Please let us know if you have to make a stop but keep in mind that we cannot keep the whole group waiting too much.

10. Do I need to make a reservation?
Will be better if you can make a reservation, but it’s not necessary, you just have to show up at the meeting spot and meet one of our team members with a badge and a sign saying Free Tbilisi Tour. As simple as that.