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Transportation from Tbilisi Airport

David Eiselt updated 23. 2. 2024

As soon as you leave the transit zone, the taxi chasers will be on you, so refuse and look around.

You can also get to the airport by public bus, train or the mobile apps Uber and Bolt.

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Taxi, Uber, Bolt

Standard taxi fares to the different districts in Tbilisi are around 40 gel and are marked on the information board by the car park. Always arrange the price in advance. It takes 20 to 30 minutes to get to the centre.

Taxi drivers often try to negotiate a higher price than usual, so we recommend using the Bolt or Uber mobile apps instead, both of which work well in Tbilisi.

The price to the city centre via Uber or Bolt varies between 25 gel and 33 gel depending on current demand.

Bus 337

Mass transportation is provided by bus line number 337.

Line 337 runs through the entire centre via Avlabari (transferring to the cable car to Narikala Fortress), central Freedom Square, Rustavelli station and terminates at the main train station.

The ticket costs 1,50 gel and can be paid at a machine inside the bus. You can pay with a regular contactless card or in exact cash.

The bus stop is on the right after exiting the terminal, before the departure area.

  • Travel time - approx. 60 minutes to the centre
  • Frequency - approx. 20-30 minutes
  • Price - 1,50 gel for 1 ride
  • Last bus from the airport - 23:00
  • First bus to the airport from the train station - 6:00
  • Detailed timetables: transferen.ttc.com.ge

Train

There is a futuristic train station building about 70 metres from the terminal, but no trains will be arriving at the airport from 2021.

Car rental

The airport is also home to well-known multinational car rental companies such as Europcar, Alamo, Sixt and Enterprise.

Weekly rental rates start at 190 eur.

Compare prices and book a car

Rent a car if you want to explore the Georgian countryside. Off the main routes, however, expect broken roads and wild traffic with no enforcement.

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