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Festive places in Georgia

Where to relax and have fun in Georgia  

The trip is not just about visiting cultural or historical places, there are also landmark events or places that are interesting, very authentic and dynamic where you will feel the daily pulse of Georgia. It should be noted that the country is centralized and the most important events, as usual, take place in the capital or in big cities such as Batumi or Kutaisi. So, we present to you the places not to be missed during your stay in our country.

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The trendy place for young Georgians

The former sewing factory transformed into a multifunctional space is a place particularly loved by young Georgians but also by travelers visiting the capital – Tbilisi. In an old quarter in the very heart of the city, this is the huge hostel with a large patio filled with vintage shops, communal workspaces, cafes and conference rooms. Throughout the year the courtyard is open for visitors and admission is free. A glass of wine or a can of beer, good music and lots of socializing, what else for a pleasant evening? Do not miss to discover this place.

Nightlife and music

Are you a music and nightlife lover? Tbilisi is considered the regional capital of electronic music. Bassiani nightclub – in the basement of the central Dinamo stadium will open its doors for you. The list of musicians who perform at Bassiani is impressive, they come from all over the world to perform for a large audience. If you are in Tbilisi enjoy! Visit Bassiani to feel the pulse of young Georgia. Bassiani is not the only place where you can listen to good music and dance. Khidi and Mtkvarze – nightclubs with their very interesting spaces are also at your disposal.

A social café


In the city center, on Rustaveli Avenue, there is this small cafe, a sociable place and particularly loved by young people from Georgia as well as for youth from abord. During the day this cafe is a quiet corner to rest, to have a drink and meals but in the evening the atmosphere changes – it turns into a stage for different genres of music where young people have lot of fun. The interior of the cafe as well as its idea of opening its doors for everyone despite their interests attract visitors. Do not hesitate to take a look at this place if you are in Tbilisi.

Marché aux puces Deda Ena

Tbilisi Flea Market

Since April once in every two weeks a flea market has been taking place in Deda Ena Park (in the city center). Participants present handicrafts: clothes, accessories, decorations, etc. Here you will meet musicians who perform to create a good atmosphere. On site you can buy different alcoholic or refreshing drinks and taste dishes from different cuisines. Visit the Tbilisi Flea Market and I guarantee you will find some nice and fun things to do there.


Sukhishvili Georgian National Ballet


Soukhishvilebi – the national ballet of traditional and modern dances is the symbol of the country. They travel quite often from one country to another to promote the Georgian culture but if you do not have the opportunity to attend their performances yet you can do it during your visit to Georgia. Not far from Tbilisi, in the open air, Soukhishvilebi organize parties full of dances, music and brilliant atmosphere. The name of the project is “Takara” the word that means “ardent”. Ardent like the dances and in general the Georgian folklore. Do not miss this opportunity!

Lisi Wonderland

Lissi wonderland

Far from the city center – half an hour drive from the center of Tbilisi, around Lissi Lake where various musical events are organized. The atmosphere is perfect for listening to good music and dancing. There are quite a few choices of drinks and food. Lissi wonderland is for those who are tired of everyday life in the city and wish to isolate themselves a little in nature, alone or with friends. Different musical styles and very interesting artists will be at your disposal. If you are in Georgia book an evening to visit the Wonderland.

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