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Schwefelbäder

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Standort
Dzveli Tbilisi, Tbilisi
Telefonnummer+995 322 93 00 93
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Jalabadze
Jalabadze
July 16, 2019
Many years ago, the King of Georgia discovered the sulphur springs in Central Georgia and decided to build a city surrounding them. And so, Tbilisi (warm place) was born. These days the sulphur springs are somewhat of a tourist attraction and many people visit daily for a soak, scrub and traditional…
Rezi
Rezi
July 01, 2019
Abanotubani is the place where Tbilisi started, and exactly those sulfur springs were the reason why King Gorgasali decided to found the town there. You are really touching the history while going to bath. Beside that, it's just really healthy, and helps you reload a bit after a long trip or some…
Dato
Dato
July 01, 2019
According to the legend, in the V century, King Vakhtang Gorgasali found his hunting falcon poached in the hot sulfur waters and ordered to move the capital city to this place. He named the city – Tbilisi. The word “Tbili” translates as “Warm” so the name was most probably inspired by hot sulfurous…
Kakhi
Kakhi
June 08, 2019
To go to the sulfur baths you should wait for the minibuses #140 or 108 near the house. You'll ask the driver where to get off exactly and he tells you. But most of minibus drivers does not speak english , so you can tell in georgian: "abanoebi" (baths) . Чтобы отправиться в серные бани, вам нужно…
Gvantsa & Tamta
Gvantsa & Tamta
May 28, 2019
"The sulphur baths are intimately connected with Tbilisi. It is said that the hot springs are why the city was built here. High in sulphurs and other minerals, with a constant temperature of 38C to 40C, the waters have long been used as a therapeutic aid for a range of ailments including skin…