When the Iberian king Vakhtang decided to establish the present capital of Georgia here, the main factor was the presence of thermal hydrogen sulfide springs in these parts. This is an ancient legend, and the presence of a large number of sulfur baths on the territory of Tbilisi in ancient times is another confirmation of this. The city grew and was built, centuries passed, but the thermal baths of Tbilisi today are one of its main attractions. Sulfur baths are a must for many excursion programs in Tbilisi.
History of Tbilisi baths
Tbilisi means “warm” in translation, and it was thermal springs that contributed to the fact that the capital of Georgia was given such a name. In Tbilisi’s baths, water comes directly from under the ground, Continue reading