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Suddenly appearing on 'everyone's' radar, Georgia's vibrant capital city is certainly becoming a major hotspot, for both travelers and those who work online. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and full of friendly people, Tbilisi's Russian and Persian influences have led to detailed art nouveau architecture, Eastern Orthodox churches and concrete apartment buildings all standing side by side, often on cobblestone streets. With excellent nightlife, a unique cuisine and great wine, plenty of spots to work from and a low cost of living, this city will only grow in popularity for remote workers. The rest of the country also offers impressive destinations that are perfect for both day and weekend trips from the capital.

Monthly cost of living for remote workers

A remote worker can expect to spend an average of 4299 1378 1166 ${ selected_currency } per month in Tbilisi, with an average rent of 2210 708 599 ${ selected_currency }.
1 bedroom apartment / modern / central / short term
${ selected_currency } 2210 708 599
Basic groceries
${ selected_currency } 328 105 89
Dining out
12 dinners and 8 lunches
${ selected_currency } 496 159 135
20 coffees / teas
${ selected_currency } 133 43 36
Coworking space
1 month membership / hot desk
${ selected_currency } 367 118 100
Mobile internet
Prepaid SIM / 5 GB data / fast
${ selected_currency } 12 4 3
Public transportation
20 roundtrip journeys
${ selected_currency } 24 8 7
5 short trips
${ selected_currency } 42 13 11
Shared bicycles and scooters
10 trips
${ selected_currency } 80 26 22
Sport and cultural events
1 event
${ selected_currency } 63 20 17
Museums and sights
3 sights / entrance tickets
${ selected_currency } 26 8 7
5 nights out / 3 drinks per night
${ selected_currency } 155 50 42
1 month membership
${ selected_currency } 98 31 27
10 classes
${ selected_currency } 110 35 30
1 massage
${ selected_currency } 155 50 42
${ selected_currency } 4299 1378 1166
Latest tips
Valuable advice straight from the experiences of your fellow remote workers.
Do you have a tip about Tbilisi? Please share and help the community!
It's worth taking a look at the realtor pages on Facebook, then cross-reference it with the owner-listed websites likeย myhome.geย and SS.ge. You'll likely see the same place and can contact the owner directly for a better price. I did this with my most recent place.ย Rents can be as low as $300 USD and as high as $2000 USD per month depending on what you're looking for of course.
By Noah T. Where to live
Where to find accommodation? I personally like Vake. I value being close to the park in a walkable area where I donโ€™t need a car for day to day needs - and it's less crowded. I donโ€™t think there is a โ€˜bestโ€™ area of Tbilisi, every district has its pros and cons. If you want somewhere less polluted, the higher up you are the better the air, meaning Mtatsminda and Tskhneti for example. Saburtalo is where most foreigners tend to base themselves though.
By Noah T. Housing
After trying many, my favorite cafes and coworking places in Tibilisi are: Fabrika (also a hostel), Double B Coffee & Tea, Prosperoโ€™s Books and Calibanโ€™s Coffee House, Impact Hub Tbilisi and Mediathek in Vake Park.
By Robert O. Workspaces
If possible, bring cash with you. It is somewhat common these days to have issues withdrawing local money with a debit card from the US, but no one is sure why.
By Alice D. Costs
Visit the sulfur baths. The bathhouse district, Abanotubani, is located in the Old Town. A great place for a sulphuric soak is at Chreli Abano.
By Alice D. Places to visit
Average weather in Tbilisi
Most common months to visit: March - June
What to know
Main airport
Tbilisi International Airport (TBS)
Tap water
Not drinkable
10% usually included in bill, not expected at bars or cafรฉs.
Taxi apps
Yandex, Bolt