Kutaisi is one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities. It was founded around 4 millenniums ago. Nowadays it is the third largest city and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Georgia.
Sights of Kutaisi:
• Bagrati Cathedral, built in the 11th century during the reign of King Bagrat III, who unified Georgian regions into one kingdom.
• Prometheus cave, where you can find a very special form of stalactites, stalagmites, petrified stone waterfalls and hanging curtains, underground rcx iver and lakes – all this on a nice 1.4km walk in mysterious and cool atmosphere and short boat trip if interested.
• Sataplia cave, another unique place to visit while in Imereti region. It is probably best known for Dinosaur footprints alongside cave itself.
• Gelaty monastery, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
• Okatse Canyon, metal construction pathway with length of 800 meters is attached to the rock about 50 meters above canyon and while you are walking you can enjoy the nature and beautiful views of Okatse River.
• Kinchkha waterfall, almost 70 meters high. You can go further 2 km and visit Lomina Lake, located in the heart of the forest, where you can swim and enjoy the sounds of the nature.
• Niko Berdzenishvili State History Museum.