Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is already famed for its ancient history, multifarious gastronomy, diverse architecture, and city break opportunities. The friendly environment, its tolerance towards foreigners, stunning views, narrow paved streets illuminated with glittering lights, delicious cuisine, and big warm smile that greets every visitor of the city from the very moment of his/her arrival – you can’t help but fall in love with.  Apart from the historical value of the capital city, Tbilisi is becoming a home for multiple urban regeneration hotspots and cultural venues with funky industrial elements. Disused sewing factory (Fabrika) or former Wine factory turned into alternative speakeasies for gathering and socializing is wildly popular among youngsters, both locals, and travelers. Tbilisi is gradually gaining popularity throughout the world. In 2020, the city was titled the World Book Capital 2021 and thus, once again attracted worldwide attention.