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Metro Tbilisi

Tbilisi 0112, Georgia
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Tbilisi metro is old and dark, very dark. Stations are just a grey concrete without showing their... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Tbilisi, Georgia
well connected and cheap !

i loved it awesome.cheap.well connected and easy ticket sellers are really helpful and very... read more

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Tbilisi 0112, Georgia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Tbilisi metro is old and dark, very dark. Stations are just a grey concrete without showing their names. The trains are old and very noisy. What a fantastic surprise then to travel from a new metro station State Tbilisi University (last station of Sarbutalo line),...More

Thank Janoshka
Reviewed 4 days ago

i loved it awesome.cheap.well connected and easy ticket sellers are really helpful and very comfortable tbilisi people were polite when a female enters immidiately a guy give his seat to her.

Thank apak6800
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tbilisi metro stations were build in 1960. the train and the buildings are very old. but they are very fast so you can go every where in just a few minutes. be very careful because they move very fast and you just have few seconds...More

Thank banafsheh n
Reviewed 1 week ago

Travelled to the suburbs. Extremely deep metro esp in city centre- very long escalator. You have to buy a card- good souvenir!- for 60p and then charge it up for pennies per trip. Great way to get around this traffic jammed city!

Thank MikeLinda23
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Dear all readers If you're visiting tibilisi This is one of main activity to do You need to try underground metro in Georgia Take ticket from counter it's not expensive You will enjoy this ride for sure

Thank Ran_Rox
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Me and my friend enjoyed our trip to rustaveli metro to avlabari metro station.First of all its sooo cheap and the instruction is written clearly in english so it wasnt hard for us to go vice versa.The train was kinda old but its all good.Great...More

Thank Einjhelle O
Reviewed 15 September 2017

The cheapest way to move across the city. Especially the sign boards are very unique. A single metro card can be used by multiple persons.

Thank shyambeer s
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Its so cheap and easy to use the metro in Tbilisi and depending on where you are going the buses may be just as good.

Thank gooneroz
Reviewed 3 September 2017

Wow! It is the deepest subway I've ever seen. Stations have escalators including more than 500 steps. Both escalator and train move as fast as you can imagine.From my point of view, Tbilisi Metro is one of the relics of the Communist Russia.

Thank Bahman Z
Reviewed 1 September 2017

I did not travel much but this is a great alternative if you want to take longer distances in the city. And you can watch people ...

Thank marekp59
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Adriana L
21 October 2017|
Response from Janoshka | Reviewed this property |
There is no direct connection Kazbegi-Kutaisi. The best is to go via Tbilisi. There are many (minibus) connections between Kazbegi and Tbilisi and even more from Tbilisi to Kutaisi. by the way, there is no train connection... More
28 July 2017|
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Response from Vg40 | Reviewed this property |
No. First of all, there is no metro in Batumi. Secondly, the distance between the two cities is almost 400 km. Batumi is at the west coast and Tbilisi is in mid-east Georgia. You need to take a plane (ca. 40 minutes) or a... More