Tbilisi Quest “Stories of Sololaki”

Quest tour – is an exciting, fun and engaging activity! 

Quest tour on your mobile device is an entertaining self-guided walk through the district of Sololaki in Tbilisi. Take a journey around the most luxurious places of 19th century Tbilisi, find clues, look for answers around you, solve puzzles and get acquainted with the life of the Georgian elite of that time. 


Quest Tour: Stories of Sololaki


Quest language: ENGLISH

Approximate duration: 1.5 hours

Approximate distance: ~2 km

Difficulty level: Moderate

Starting point: Tbilisi City Assembly building on Liberty Square

Quest price: 19 GEL

When to Quest: anytime during the day

Read Quest tour reviews

Irene Pindiurina
Irene Pindiurina
We had a really amazing experience with the Sololaki quest tour, enjoyed the walk and discovered many interesting stories about this beautiful and unique neighborhood. The tasks are challenging and will keep you excited through the whole way. We especially enjoyed the bonus in the middle of the tour, it is definitely a wow effect 🙂 at the end of the quest it was very nice to get a reward in the secret place. So with no doubts I would recommend this tour for tourists, expats and locals who want to have fun with a team of friends and learn something new about Tbilisi. Thank you very much for this experience, we will be more than happy to take part in the next one 😉
Vanda Chikhladze
Vanda Chikhladze
Loved it, amazing experience 😊 I discovered a lot of new and interesting places, learned the history of the city and enjoyed my walking tour. The prize of the quest was very pleasing - it was the perfect end of a two-hour walk 🥰🥰🥰
Aleksandra Shalibashvili
Aleksandra Shalibashvili
Lovely experience! My friend and I loved every little part of it - challenging questions, the fun of looking for answers around you, the luxury of doing it at your own pace (and ability to pop into random yards and entrances). Highly recommended to both visitors and locals. Looking forward to more quest tours!
Сабина Утамурадова
Сабина Утамурадова
Сходили сегодня на квест-тур по Сололаки. Было очень классно и интересно. Ждём новые маршруты♥️
Yuriy Klyuev
Yuriy Klyuev
I found this quest tour a fun and engaging way to find out hidden gems of Old Tbilisi. Being in Tbilisi for a few years already, I had no idea Beria's Cadillac is parked in one of those yards!
Quest Tour: Stories of Sololaki

Quest Instructions

  • Receive a link to the Quest and open it on your mobile device.
  • Go to the indicated starting point location.
  • Follow instructions and start Quest-ing.
  • Find clues by answering the questions.
  • Some answers will require close attention to your surroundings, some answers are hidden in the texts preceding the question.
  • Pay attention to details!
  • Make notes of your answers, as some of them will come in handy.
  • You can also use an audio version by tapping on the “Play” button (instead of reading the text).
  • Make sure your smartphone is charged and connected to the internet and you may want to have a headphones. 

Quest Tour: Stories of Sololaki


  • Century-old houses of Sololaki
  • “Italian Villa”
  • Tiflis Gentlemen’s Club
  • Beria’s Cadillac
  • Fight of two architects
  • Siemens brothers
  • Love and crime stories

Stories of Sololaki

The Georgian capital’s rich inhabitants of the second half of the 19th century competed against each other over who could build the most beautiful and extraordinary town house.

Because of their money and enthusiasm for new trends in architecture a unique style evolved – “Caucasus Modern”. And Sololaki district is a true gem of that style.

Most houses were planned and built for two main functions: living and letting. The first floors were let for commercial purposes, while the second floor was used for private accommodation.

Take this walking tour through Sololaki and take part in our quest, while learning fascinating stories, and legends along the way!

The Stories of Sololaki Quest is also a great activity to do with kids. Enjoy quality family time while your children learn skills like following instructions and navigation. The puzzles will develop their problem solving abilities. Finding clues helps with resilience and observational ability. It’s a perfect weekend activity. 

Send Quest Request

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    How it works

    More questions? Read below for more details, or contact us and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

    Go to the select quest tour page and fill in the request form. You will need to indicate your desired quest tour date, your name and number of participants. 

    Number of participants that can take single quest tour at the same time is not limited. So you can take our Quests with your friends, family or colleagues during a lunch break 🙂 But we tested our tours with different group size options and it came out that 4 is the maximum number of people that would feel comfortable solving the quest from the same link. 

    After receiving your Quest request form our manager will be sending you a secure link for making the payment. When the payment is made you will receive a link to the quest with a one-time password to access it. 

    Take note of the starting point of your Quest, and meet your party there when you are ready to embark. From there, our instructions will lead you along a route carefully designed to highlight the best parts of Tbilisi. You will need a smartphone or tablet connected to mobile internet. 

    You may want to bring a water bottle and sun protection if the weather is warm. Wear comfortable walking shoes. You may also want to use your smartphone to look up general knowledge clues or take photographs.

    Continue on the Quest at your own pace. You can stop to shop, take photos, pursue detours, or grab a coffee whenever you like. Most of our routes pass a number of great cafes. 

    Along the way, you’ll be asked to find clues and record them (you may want to open your Notes app on the background). The clues will help you solve puzzles, and the solutions will reveal the address of a surprise destination.

    During your Quest, always use designated crosswalks and obey street signs. Agree on a meeting place in case you get separated. 

    After finishing the Quest you will be provided with options to share your results within your social networks.

    You can also share photos and stories from your Quest experience with friends and family. Tag us @tourself (Tbilisi Quest Tours) to be featured on our Facebook page. 

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Why should I do a self-guided walking tour instead of a guided one?

    While guided tours are certainly fun and informative, a self-guided walking tour has several benefits:
    First, it costs less.
    Second, it provides flexibility. You can start the Quest on any day and at any time that is convenient for you. If your plans change or the weather turns, you can reschedule without hassle. You don’t have to book a tour at a specific time, just go when you want!
    Thirdly, you can go at your own pace. On a self-guided tour, you’re not locked into the route, and you don’t have to keep up with the group. You can race through the Quest, or go at a leisurely pace. You can stop for a detour, to get a coffee or go shopping. We love the flexibility of a self-guided tour and think you will too!

    What should I bring on my Quest?

    You don’t need much to Quest. Just bring your smartphone or tablet connected to the internet.
    We also recommend:
    Weather appropriate gear. Tbilisi sun can be fierce, so bring water, a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen for hot weather. Tbilisi weather can also change faster than you can say ‘four seasons in one day’ so a jacket might be a good idea too. Just check the forecast.
    Comfortable walking shoes. You’re on a walking tour after all, and you don’t want your poor feet to be worn out halfway through. 

    Can children go on the Quest?

    Absolutely! Geotrend prides itself on creating a family-friendly experience that is both enjoyable and educational. Children will learn essential skills like navigation, following directions and problem solving. They will be exposed to history, culture, art, architecture and food in a fun and interesting way. Keep in mind that the Quests involve between 2-4 kilometers of walking and that small children may need help. Of course children should always be accompanied by a responsible adult.

    Where do I start my Quest?

    Each Quest starts in a central location which is easy to reach by public transport or car. Just check the Quest page and/or email from our manager for the start point before you embark and plan to meet your friends or family there.

    How difficult are the puzzles to solve?

    The puzzle difficulty varies depending on the Quest you complete, so check the product page for details. Most of our Quests are designed to be only mildly challenging for the average adult. If you are interested in a very challenging Quest, or an easy one for small children, please express your interest by emailing us at [email protected]

    How long will the Quest take?

    This really depends on how fast you want to go. The front of each Quest tour page have an estimated time, based on an average pace. But you can race through the Quest if you like, or spend all day on it, stopping along the way as you like.

    Can I do your Quest as a race with my friends?

    Of course! If you would like to set up a friendly competition, all you have to do is order selected Quest tour links based on 4 participants per one tour link scheme, arrange teams and a start time, and go! The first group to solve the puzzle and reach the final destination wins! 😉

    What if I can’t find the answer to a clue?

    If you are having trouble finding or solving a clue, we encourage you to keep trying! Use all your resources – search the Internet or ask passers-by for help. If you are truly stuck, don’t panic! Our most difficult questions have a “Hint” option at the top of a question page.

    What if a clue has been removed, is under construction or is otherwise unavailable?

    Since Tbilisi is an ever-changing landscape, this indeed may happen. You can just enter any answer, press “Next” and move along to the next clue. Please let us know so we can update the Quest if necessary.