The most popular methods of transport are the “Marshrutka”, a network of minibuses, and the municipal bus system. The city also has a metro system with 22 stations. In addition, you can take the more unique gondola lift between Rike Park and Narikala fortress.
Due to its subtropical climate, Tbilisi experiences very warm summers and cooler winters. The city also sees significant amounts of rain throughout the year, so you might want to pack an umbrella. The coldest weather comes in January, with average temperatures of 2°C (35°F), while the warmest weather is in July, with temperatures averaging around 25°C (77°F).
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