Having vacation soon? Tired of work and want to rest at some astonishing clean beach? Welcome aboard of the flight from Tbilisi to Dubai. We will not take here about the most popular places. Let’s talk instead about tips and tricks which will help you to have a better vacation. First, you can rent a car, but make sure that you have gps installed to your cell phone. The reason is that highways and roads here have complicated but genuine structure, and you don’t want to spend your vacation in searching for proper exit, right? The next tip will be to postpone the visit to Burj Khalifa until the last day of your visit. This will help you to save some strong impressions until last moment. The last but not the least are taxi drivers. They are considered very aggressive by local residents in terms of driving. Also, when you sit in the car, you need to have your gps with you because these drivers tend to cheat and rip off tourists by making cycles around some place. Also make sure that the driver precisely knows your place of destination. There are many cases when driver gets lost and start calling his friend and start talking while spending your money on meter.
With flight from Dubai to Tbilisi you will fly to the capital of Georgia. Tbilisi is nice city with fabulous sights and landscapes, especially at night with local illumination. You will arrive at the place by international airport, and you will have to take either bus or taxi. You may be tempted to use minibuses of mostly yellow color, but try to avoid them. It is not about quality or something else, but as a foreign visitor you may be confused because they are unofficial busses and do not have a map of route and stations are not even announced often. Instead you can use other public transport, which was relatively recently upgraded for foreign visitors. As for Tbilisi itself, we do not know precisely when it was founded. There are some legends, however, which indicated that this place was settled in fifth century. We cannot know for sure because Tbilisi went through constant conflicts and was destroyed more than twenty times. There are barely any buildings left to see from old times.