Visit Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi
Rustaveli Avenue is Tbilisi's main thoroughfare and a must-see destination for anyone staying in Georgia's capital city. It's also the location of Rose Revolution Square, where you'll find our five-star Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi – so stay with us to experience everything that Rustaveli Avenue has to offer.
Take a leisurely stroll along Rustaveli Avenue by day to see its beautiful buildings, buy souvenirs from local street vendors, or sit in one of the many cafés or on one of the benches that line the street and people-watch. At night, Rustaveli Avenue becomes a vibrant entertainment hot spot. Enjoy a drink in one of its bars or dance the night away in its clubs before heading back to our hotel in Tbilisi centre - you won't have far to walk.
Attractions in Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi
Named after the 12th century Georgian poet, Shota Rustaveli, Tbilisi's Rustaveli Avenue is home to many of the city's main landmarks and attractions, including the Parliament of Georgia, Freedom Square, the Rustaveli Museum and the Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia. Culture-lovers can enjoy watching performances at the Rustaveli State Academic Theatre or at Georgia's oldest opera house, the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, both of which are on Rustaveli Avenue.
Rustaveli Avenue is also one of Tbilisi's main shopping areas – and the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi is perfectly located for anyone loaded down with bags of goodies and souvenirs.
Discover Rustaveli Avenue with Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi
You can't visit Tbilisi without exploring Rustaveli Avenue and the hotel's location makes it the ideal base. Our lavish facilities include well-equipped guest rooms and a relaxing spa, so you can unwind in style after a long day's shopping or great night out on Rustaveli Avenue.