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Among all the touristic noise and chaos in Tbilisi's old town, this place is very quiet and relaxing. However, please do not support the guys posing with parrots or little monkeys, this is animal cruelty!
Behind the bathes and across a bridge of many locks, is a much visited waterfall. You can reach if from a spiral staircase near the Jumah mosque as well. Coming from a small town of Tsavkisi west of Tbilisi, it mingles with sulfur springs. Look...More
The waterfall is small but has sulphur content hence its special. People are not allowed near it or to touch the water . The reason being there are lots of hamams around and their business might be affected
This little waterfall in the old city shows that Tbilisi is really different from other capitals. You walk past the hamams along Legachthavi Gorge and there it is, quite easy to reach. There is a second waterfall in the Botanical Garden.