The Botanical garden is not easily accessible, we were looking for this place for two days, but there are many other attractions on the way that tempt you. But when we got there, finally, it was like a reward for our perseverance. A garden is massive, a huge area with waterfalls, whispering springs, flowering plants, and a choir of crazy... 更多
I did not reach to the garden, but after a cable car ride to the mountain, we had a fascinating view to the botanical garden. Stairs also there for those who are willing to get in there. In the night, terrific sounds of animals and birds arise from the garden, so be prepared.
The small playing area, the variety of trees / flowers / plants, the opportunity to collect conifer cones, the wire sounding frogs, all made this a very needed break for the kids.
Even though it was late march so not much growing it was a lovely peaceful garden, with kids play area, cafe and waterfalls. Cost about 2 lari per adult
I happened upon the Botanical garden while walking through the streets of old Tbilisi and wasn't disappointed. Entrance fee is only 2 lari (you can pay more for a guided tour or to ride a golf cart) and you can spend some time wondering the gardens. Despite visiting during winter, I thought the garden was charming and had a mysterious... 更多
Paradise of nature with waterfalls, on the hillside. Amazing views of the castle, on the hill slopes. A great place for walking, calm and tranquility after the urban active tourist routes. Europe's oldest botanical garden, with the most unique in the world of the natural landscape, seen minimal human intervention.