Train

Take the taxi at the Sheki.

The journey takes approximately 14 m. Ticket price is about €6 The travel distance is 16 km.

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Get off at the Shaki.
Take the train Shaki at the station Azerbaijan Railways (ADDY).

The journey takes approximately 1 h 18 m. Ticket price is about €1 The travel distance is 68 km.

Carrier is Azerbaijan Railways (ADDY).

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Get off at the Yevlah.
Take the train Yevlah at the station Azerbaijan Railways (ADDY).

The journey takes approximately 7 h 40 m. Ticket price is about €3 The travel distance is 255 km.

Carrier is Azerbaijan Railways (ADDY).

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Get off at the Tbilisi station.


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Drive

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The journey takes approximately 3 h 51 m. The travel distance is 267 km.



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The cheapest way to travel from Sheki to Tbilisi is by taking a Train with an average price of €11. The journey takes approximately 10 ч. 12 мин.

Drive is the fastest way to travel from Sheki to Tbilisi. Tickets cost €11. The journey takes approximately 3 ч. 51 мин.

Sheki is approximately 267 km away from Tbilisi. The trip by car takes 3 h 51 m.

The average journey time by car between Sheki and Tbilisi is 3 h 51 m.

What to Do in Tbilisi

Tbilisi

Tbilisi, the vibrant capital of Georgia, is a must-see destination for anyone visiting this fascinating country. The city boasts centuries-old architecture and impressive modern landmarks, making it an interesting place to explore on foot or by car. Here are some key attractions: The National Museum of Georgia houses a rich collection of traditional Georgian art and archaeology. This is one of the most comprehensive museums in the region, with exhibits covering history from prehistory to the present day. The National Gallery of Georgia has a wide range of works by renowned Georgian artists, including David Kakabadze and Kaza Gorgasali. The museum also has an excellent collection of European paintings dating back to the 18th century. One of Tbilisi's most famous tourist destinations is the Old Town which was once the heart of Georgian merchant culture.