Guide-U’s Tour for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi Guests
What a pleasure it is when during a visit to a foreign country a friend, a local, welcomes you to his homeland and, throughout your visit, helps you to find all the information you need. Guide-U, along with Hello magazine, hosted the guests of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion week and helped make their trip more memorable.
During the Fashion week Guide-U invited three Guests on a tour around Tbilisi: Irina Lakicevic – Editor in chief Mint and freelance writer Danks; Alexey Timbul – Blogger and Charmaine Ayden – Digital Content Editor at Karla Otto.
First we went to one of the most popular places in Tbilisi – Fabrika. We chose this place because it is loved by locals and visitors alike. Our guests were really impressed with the design and architecture of this old factory turned social-art space. They expressed a love of the graffiti paintings that cover the exterior walls.
After this we went to Sioni Cathedral where they enjoyed listening to our audio guide about this historical church. Thanks to our free audio guide mobile App they left the Sioni knowing all about its history and importance as a place of worship in Tbilisi. After this we went to the Aka Nanitashvili store. This is one of our partner locations, a place where you can use the Guide-U discount card. Our guests were really excited by the items in the shop and used the discount card to save money while shopping.
Our guests really enjoyed walking around Tbilisi and exploring new parts of this fascinating city. They found the tour useful and informative. Guide-U is always ready to host foreign guests in Georgia and help make their time here more comfortable, enjoyable and interesting with its unique products.
Photographer – Elene Gogelia
Irina while listening to Audio Guide About Sioni Cathedral
Guests were so excited while listening to Audio Guide about Sioni Cathedral
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