Tbilisi- multi-ethnic and multi-cultural city on the crossroads of history, a city neither European nor Asian but a blend of both East and West.
1. David Tvildiani Medical University, founded 1992, is the first medical institution in Georgia which started providing education in English. Learning of basic disciplines is system-oriented, while clinical is problem- and system-oriented. Successfully operating based on USMLE programs, DTMU graduates beneficially accomplish residency and other postgraduates continuing educational programs in different countries all over the world.
2. Tbilisi state medical university - is a leading medical universities in Tbilisi .
3. Tbilisi medical academy
4. New vision university
Pocket money will be provided, so you could afford 1-2 full meals.
Georgian cuisine is probably the most important attraction of the country. In Tbilisi there is an incredible number of attractive restaurants and cafes and you can find them at every step. We will advise you places where you can eat tasty and inexpensive meal while walking around the city.
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You can always use the metro, buses, minibuses and the cable car. Buses run at fixed times from 7am till 12pm. Taxi can be found everywhere and anytime.
Freedom Square is located in the centre of Tbilisi. It's an important place for Georgians and enduring symbol of Georgia's desire for independence.
Rustaveli Avenue is named after Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli. There are many beautiful buildings among which are: Tbilisi Opera House, Rustaveli theatre, former parlament of Georgia and Kashveti church. The avenue is full of various cafes, shops and restaurants.
The Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi commonly known as Sameba is the main cathedral of the Georgian Orthodox Church located in Tbilisi. It is the third-tallest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world and one of the largest religious buildings in the world by total area.
The Bridge of Peace is a bow-shaped pedestrian bridge, a steal and glass construction illuminated with numerous LEDs, over the Kura River in downtown Tbilisi
Legend has it that Tbilisi wouldn’t be here without it–in the 5th century, King Vakhtang Gorgasali found his hunting falcon poached in the same sulfuric waters that feed today’s bathhouses. Dazzled by the waters, the king ordered his capital moved to the spot, which he named Tbilisi, based on the Georgian word “tbili,” or “warm.”
Naricala - Also called the Mother Fortress of Tbilisi, Narikala is an ancient symbol of Tbilisi’s defence. The fortress was established in the 4th century, around the period when the city itself was founded.
Metekhi is a historic neighborhood , located on the elevated cliff that overlooks the Mtkvari river. It's one of the landmarks of the old part of the city. Here you can visit one of the oldest church, which is ten centuries old.
Agmashenebeli street is one of the longest and most beautiful streets of the Tbilisi. Here you can find gorgeous historic buildings and distinctive architectural ornaments. It's one of the oldest part of the city that was recently reconstructed.