A multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious city, Tbilisi is the emerging destination in Eastern Europe. It has some of the best fashion boutiques, amazing local cuisine, gorgeous architecture and a history that is reflected in the day to day lives of the people. The lively atmosphere of its cobbled streets and diversity of the people living there shows how Tbilisi is the right mix of East and West.Cheapest Month To Fly: November 2017 from MumbaiMust See: Narikala Fortress, Rustaveli Square, Georgian National Museum, Jvaris-Mama church, Mother Georgia Monument and Tbilisi Mosque.Must Eat: Khachapuri Adjaruli (stuffed cheese bread), Churchkhela (nuts soaked in grape juice), Tklapi (fruit rollups) Lobiani (flaky disks of bean-filled dough) and Kharcho (beef or veggie soup)Must Do: Take a dip in the Sulfur Spring Baths; Shop at the Meidan Bazaar; Watch a puppet show at the Rezo Gabriadze Theatre; Take a walk on the Peace Bridge; Visit a local Georgian wine factory.Approximate Cost for a day: Attractions – Rs. 400; Food – Rs. 1000; Inter-city travel via public transport – Rs. 150; Accommodation – Average cost for 1 night – Rs. 2500 on double occupancy.