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I am writing this in Tbilisi Airport Monday March 20, 2017. It should have been a wonderful solo 4-day trip to Georgia (the country) but in March 19, 2017 when I finished my Kakheti Tour I decided to walk around and find the Sulfur Bath...More
Do not trust taxi drivers in tbilisi.
Double check the price for any ride before getting into a taxi.
Sometimes they charge 10 times more, and there is nothing you can do!. Calling the police also does not help, because the conversations are Georgia language.
Taxing is a completely unregulated area which means that anyone owning a car can taxi and they do. They will start with a price that is at least 30% over the real price, you offer 50% less and then meet in the middle, but always...More
Taxis are very affordable in Tbilisi. But you must negotiate the price before hand as most do not have a meter. I have had to talk drivers down 50% on occasion, especially if they think you are american. The norm is 5 lari to get...More
Taxi cost is cheap , most of the taxis are old Mercedes, BMW, Audi ... not all taxi has meters .. so you will have to agree first for cost with driver. best to arrange taxi from hotel that will metered most of the time.Driver...More
The following is our true experience during our trip to Tbilisi last week.
DON’T USE PRIVATE TAXI (WITHOUT AGREEING THE PRICE)
Private Taxi drivers don't use meter (they do not have it in the car), they demand more money especially in the airport. So make...More
It's very easy to hail a cab from Tbilisi's streets, as they're pretty much everywhere. They don't, however, use meters to determine the cost of a journey, which can leave an unknowing tourist paying far more than they should. For example, for a trip from...More
Drivers do not speak English if you will decide to go other destination not what you ordered from Airport they will charge you double. very smelly driver as well and you will feel cigarette smell in the car.
Getting anywhere in Tbilisi is very convenient. Taxis are plentiful and cheap.
- Most taxi drivers don't speak or understand any English, so always have a landmark near your destination, or keep a hotel card with you as you can show this to the...More