Metro

The capital city of Tbilisi offers two metro lines:  a north/south line ("First Line") consisting of 16 stations, and an east/west line ("Saburtalo Line") consisting of 7 stations. The metro operates from 06:00 to 00:00 and costs 50 tetri per card swipe. During the day, trains run approximately every 3 minutes, whereas at night, they run approximately every 10 minutes.

Marshrutka Station Here

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Miscellaneous

East Point

Ortachala Bus Station

Tbilisi Mall

Tbilisi International Airport

Tap the stations below to learn more about what you can find nearby.

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Marshrutka Station Here

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Grocery Stores:​

Pharmacies:

Healthcare:

Restaurants:

Bazaars:

Tunnel Stores:

Banks:

Station Here

Interact by mousing over stations and icons to learn more!

Buses

Buses

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Saburtalo Line

Tsereteli

Technical University

Medical University

Delisi

Vasha Pshavela

State University

Transfer

Station Square

First Line

Akhmeteli Theatre

Grmagele

Nadzaladevi

Liberty Square

Isani

Sarajishvili

Didube

Marjanishvili

Avlabari

Samgori

Guarmishvili

Gotsiridze

Rustaveli

300 Aragveli

Varketili

Travel Time

  • Station Square <-> Varketili:  16 minutes

  • Station Square <-> Akhmeteli Theatre:  17 minutes

  • Station Square <-> State University:  15 minutes

    • Transferring at Station Square takes approximately 3 minutes, not including wait time.

Cost

  • To access the metro, you must have a contactless debit/credit card or a "Metromoney Card" which can be purchased (and reloaded) at any metro station for two lari

  • Be warned:  there are usually one or more people at the touristy metros trying to sell Metromoney Cards. There is no reason to buy from these individuals. Just ignore them and/or tell them no, and they will leave you alone.

    • One card swipe costs 50 tetri (1 lari for debit/credit cards) and gives you 90 minutes of free transfers via the metro and buses