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Anton
Anton
January 1, 2020
Abanotubani is a quarter in the center of Tbilisi, famous for its complex of sulfur baths. According to legend, king Vakhtang Gorgasali hunted pheasant in this area and found a hot spring. I decided to build a city around the spring and move the capital from Mtskheta here. This is how Tbilisi was…
Vladimer
Vladimer
December 27, 2019
Abanotubani is one of Tbilisi’s most recognizable neighborhoods, famous for the domed brick roofs of its subterranean bathhouses. An invigorating combination of hot sulfur soaks and plunges in a cold pool, this is part and parcel of visiting the Tbilisi baths. Bathing in sulfur-rich water is said…
Will
Will
December 23, 2019
A short walk from The Willage, you don't want to miss this ancient Georgian tradition. Rent a private bath and get your back scrubbed. Great way to sweat out a hangover or rest your weary bones.
Yossi
Yossi
October 31, 2019
Best place to relax and get spa treatments for your soul and body.
Tata
Tata
October 7, 2019
The ancient Abanotubani District sits below the imposing fortress; the brick, domed rooftops of the baths bubbling up like the water itself. The district is the most historic part of the city, as according to legend, it was the sulphur springs that enticed King Vakhtang Georgasali to settle the land…

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