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There is a wide choice of public transportation systems in Georgia. Besides, it is quite convenient and budget-friendly. Due to the location of Georgia, the development of the country's economy is directly related to the smooth and efficient work of the transportation sector. Georgian, affordable transport is especially attractive and fascinating for tourists arriving in the country. Although the information on buses and minibusses is only in the Georgian language, the metro stations are announced in Georgian and English and it is easy to understand for everyone.
Buses, minibusses, metro, and intercity trains are available throughout the day. By the railway between cities, you can travel not only within the country but also to neighboring Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Russia.
Unfortunately, you will not find updated information on bus schedules and prices online and on social networks. Yet, the company's hotline remains the easiest way to get the desired information. There is another option - to get the information about the route at the ticket office and directly from the drivers.
Municipal transport operates from 06:00 to 00:00. You can easily get anywhere from 07:00 to 21:00 around the country (depending on the schedule of bus stations).
From 00:00 you can only use the night trains and buses at some stations. And also "minibusses", in those villages and micro-districts where travel by bus or train is not available.
The local transport fare is 50 tetri, and when traveling within Georgia, the fare varies according to the type of transport and route, although its cost does not exceed 40 GEL.
However, now, we will review all the main bus stations in Tbilisi and provide you with the necessary information, including two large and international ones - Tbilisi Central Station and Okriba Bus Station. For details on transportation schedules and cost, it is best to contact each company's hotline or look at ticket offices at bus stations. However, it should be noted that since February of this year, the fare for long-distance routes has increased by 10%.
First of all, it is necessary to start from the central bus station in Ortachala.
Address: 1 Gulia st.
Contact: 032 752618, 032 753433
Controller’s office: +995571653399
Operates domestic and international flights (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moscow).
Address: Karaleti st. 5
Hotline: 0 (322) 34 26 92
Moves in the following directions: almost throughout entire Georgia, including western Georgia, the northern, eastern, and the southern parts. The transport of the bus station moves to the following directions: Sachkhere, Chiatura, Martvili, Senaki, Zugdidi, Khoni, Kutaisi, Ambrolauri, Tchrebalo, Akhalkalaki, Borjomi, Bakuriani, Batumi, Zugdidi, Jikhaisi, Jariasheni, Adigeni, Jariasheni, Tkibuli.
Address: 2 Moscow Avenue
Contact: 274 63 23, 274 83 03, (599) 39 35 35
Moves in the following directions: Mestia, Signagi, Alvani, Telavi, Tsalka, Ninotsminda, Kutaisi, Batumi, Sartichala, Sagarejo, Kakabeti, Badiauri, Manavi, Gurjaani, Gombori, Ujarma, Bodbe.
Address: 69, Ketevan Tsamebuli Avenue
From Isani bus station you can move to the following locations in Eastern Georgia: Telavi, Gurjaani, Tsnori, Lagodekhi, Tibaani, Ozaani, Apeni.
Address: 33, Mosulishvili st
Contact: (+995) 0322 13 21 32
Address: Karaleti st. 4
Contact: 599 74 73 73
Moves in the following directions: Batumi, Kutaisi, Borjomi, Akhaltsikhe, Chiatura, Aspindza, Sachkhere, Zestaponi, Khashuri, Tsemi, Tsaghveri, Vardzia, Bakuriani, Gori.
Address: Pirosmani St. №31
Contact: 2 96-52-83; +995599731106
Moves towards the villages of Bolnisi, Kazreti, and Imereti.