Crossing the border from Georgia to Armenia was one of the best road trips of my life. Traveling between these two countries is bursting with untouched nature and offers breathtaking views. Since these countries lie next to each other with a distance of only 290 km (180 mi.) between their respective capital cities (Tbilisi, Georgia to Yerevan, Armenia), hence the reason why a lot of travelers and backpackers usually prefer to do land trips including myself.
Tbilisi, the beating heart of Georgia, is a bustling city full of attractions, historical sights, great food, and cheap wine! No doubt, this city is confidently sealing its reputation as the Caucasus‘ most cosmopolitan city. If you’re already convinced and ready to jumpstart your next holiday here, I’ve put together the perfect 3-day Tbilisi itinerary and travel guide, specifically for budget travelers, which includes the city’s top attractions.