Samgori is a large district located far from the city center. From here, different public transport departs to the regions of the country. As legends tell us, three hills emerged on the graves of fallen companions after the attack of Persians. The valley between them was called Samgori.
One of the largest districts in Tbilisi is Saburtalo that became part of Tbilisi in 1917. Although you can not find historical buildings or monuments there, Saburtalo has lots of shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, companies, and universities.
Nadzaladevi is located in the north-west part of the city. The district is divided into two parts: new and old Nadzaladevi. Although it does not have a central location, due to the metro station, Nadzaladevi, it’s easy to get to the city center.
Soviet unions’ Vake was a place where the wealthiest people, both the intellectual, social and political elite lived. It’s a fancy district that consists of many neighborhoods but most important from the industrial point are Bagebi and Tskneti.
Mtatsminda district is situated in the old part of Tbilisi, almost in the center of the city. It covers several neighborhoods and small villages such as Kiketi, Kojori and Tsavkisi that stand out with their recreational characteristics.
Krtsanisi is a neighborhood in Tbilisi, located on the right side of the Mtkvari river. The place was an agricultural village previously. The district includes different important neighborhoods: Ponichala, Krtsanisi, Ortachala.
Didube is situated on the left bank of the Mtkvari river. In the 19th century, more than 500 Germans were inhabited nearby the Didube. So today it is possible to see German architecture features there.
In 1979 Avchala, Mukhiani, Gldani, Gldanula, Small Gldani and New Gldani neighborhoods were united under the name of the Gldani district. Gldani is divided into eight micro-districts. Currently, it is a huge, noisy district in the north part of Tbilisi.