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‘Mobile Guides’ in Tbilisi

Published: August 26, 2013 | 1:03 pm
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Tourists in Tbilisi have an opportunity to obtain information about the capital free of charge through the ‘mobile guides.’ The guides are serving the guests in the Bath District, Freedom Square, Rustaveli Avenue and Chardin Street areas 3 days a week.
A visitor from Belarus has given a positive assessment to the ‘mobile guide’ project, stating that it represents a helpful source of information for tourists such as him, who are travelling independently.
According to the National Tourist Administration, the month of August is the busiest time of the year from tourist perspective, and the guests will be able to acquire information quickly through the ‘mobile guides.’ The project is temporary, and will run until October.

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