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‘Mobile Guides’ for Tourists in Tbilisi

Published: August 13, 2013 | 12:21 pm
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Visitors to Tbilisi are being offered a new service by the National Tourist Agency in the form of ‘mobile guides.’ Eight students are employed in this project as of today. Groups of two people are working in the Chardin Street, Freedom Square, Bath District and Narikala areas from 9am until 10pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The ‘mobile guides’ are offering the tourists help in finding their way around Tbilisi free of charge. The project will initially run until 2 October. An advisor to the NTA administration has stated that the necessity for such a project has arisen due to a lack of tourist information centres in the city. According to him, if the project is successful, then ‘mobile guide’ units will be sent out to Georgian provinces as well.

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