National Botanical Garden of Georgia

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National Botanical Garden of Georgia

National Botanical Garden of Georgia
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Mohammad Qutishat
Amman, Jordan2,164 contributions
Must go to this escape from the city in the city
Mar. 2020
This is a relatively large and beautiful garden, it is a must-visit, you will see plants from several geographic regions all over the world, visit the waterfall, and if you are feeling adventurous you can ride the zipline. Starting from the top of the hill where Mother of Georgia & Narikala Fortress reside, all the way down to the old city where you can visit the Mosque and sulfur baths, this large garden is a perfect escape from the city in the city, you can walk around, relax, breath in the fresh air & feel the nature. I recommend going up to the garden using the cable car, a quick stop at the Mother of Georgia, and Narikala Fortress, then visit the garden, there you will find yourself near the zipline.
Written 27 February 2021
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Israel R
Ra'anana, Israel16,126 contributions
Beautiful and spectacular gardens. It is highly rocomended. NOT 2 B MISSED.
Dec. 2019
We came to the spectacular botanical gardens of Tbilisi only by chance. When we got off the omega cable car that dropped us off from the "Georgia Mother" park, on the way out we accidentally reached spectacular Japanese garden. A staff member who passed by explained to us that we are in the Tbilisi Botanical Gardens that were planted in 1845 and at the time served as the garden of the Royal Palace. The gardens extend on both sides of a small stream which at the end reaches a number of waterfalls. From the Old City it is possible to reach the waterfalls via a paved path that begins in the area of the bathhouses and passes by the Muslim mosque. Very nice tour and highly recommended NOT 2 B MISSED, especially for photography enthusiasts who will have many opportunities for spectacular photography.
Written 27 November 2020
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TAIN2013
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,858 contributions
Beautiful gardens in the heart of Tbilisi
Jun. 2019
The botanical gardens are located in the heart of the Old Town next to the Narikala fortress and the Mother of Georgia monument. If you are interested, you can zip line from the Mother of Georgia monument into the botanical gardens. The normal entrance is located in the old town at the base of the fortress. Inside there are plants from several geographic regions. The main attractions of the gardens are a Japanese garden, Queen Tamar bridge, a beautiful waterfall and an event square for holding performances and events. Some areas are dedicated to specific species like a Bamboo garden, a Cypress alley and a rose garden etc. The garden is pretty large and its location on a hillside requires a lot of climbing up and down. So you need to be reasonably fit. Also, please note that you are walking in a path in a real forest. So you might encounter some small animas and reptiles (I saw a snake - not sure if it was venomous). Sturdy footwear is recommended both for walking and for protection against the forest creatures. As with all outdoor activities,avoid the hot weather or vis it in the cooler morning hours. The beautiful gardens are a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding city and definitely worth a visit.
Written 28 March 2020
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Johnrj86
Stockholm, Sweden18 contributions
Peaceful and viewful.
Feb. 2020 • Solo
I came to Tbilisi on my own and of course, took the cable car to the old fortress that's been calling on you since the minute you arrived in town. And the fourth thing you see after you come up from the cable car is the botanical garden (the three earlier sights being the panorama of Tbilisi, the fortress and an accordion player). I went down to the entrance and found myself walking, photographing, sun-soaking and relaxing for the next three hours. It was a fantastic place. I was here in late February, so there weren't a lot of green and flowers. I can only imagine how amazing it must be during the later months of the year. P.S. bring water and comfortable shoes.
Written 26 February 2020
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Bita N
Tehran Province, Iran441 contributions
Lovely
Feb. 2020 • Couples
They give you a map but it's so confusing to find places cause there are not much direction panels .The waterfall and the bridges worth a visit,enjoy the sound of nature and fresh air.
Written 25 February 2020
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Elena Kazan
Mumbai, India2 contributions
A nice place to take a walk
Feb. 2020
The Tbilisi Botanical Garden is situated on a hill, a nice walk up from the hot baths. It have a nice variety of plants and you can get lost wandering about on it's large territory. A great way to get in a mini hike, get some fresh air, and enjoy a view of the city.
Written 17 February 2020
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yerma4ok
Kharkiv, Ukraine186 contributions
It’s a nice location for a walk
Oct. 2019
You can enter the National Botanical Garden, if you go down by the stairs from Narikala. Paid entrance. Price 4 l. Opend until 17-30. The National Botanical Garden has interesting landscape, waterfalls, thematic parks. You can walk in the Botanical Garden more than 3 hours. If you go out from the Botanical Garden, you will get to the historical district Abanotubani.
Written 13 February 2020
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Maria Rachel
40 contributions
Amazing getaway from the busy city
May 2019
Amazing getaway from the busy city. It is truly beautiful the waterfall is great and a wonderful place to just back for a hot minute and relax.
Written 11 February 2020
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Mostafa Meraji
Qom, Iran522 contributions
National Botanical Garden of Georgia
Jul. 2019
If you walk down from the castletop to the botanical gardens you run almost downhill into a booth where you have to pay an entrance fee. 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 singing frogs... There are many paths in the park, you can choose any, everywhere you will find something beautiful.
Written 13 December 2019
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Casaubon
Riga, Latvia4 contributions
Walk in the National Botanical Garden
Oct. 2019
A very nice place to have a calm walk in a maze of tracks. A good collection of plants, a waterfall and a Japanese garden. Unfortunately, the greenhouse was already closed (we were in the afternoon there).
Written 9 December 2019
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