The capital of Imereti, is Georgia’s second largest city after Tbilisi.
Kutaisi has a rich and fascinating history, much of which is apparent to visitors.
Kutaisi has international Airport “Kopitnari” (also known as David the Builder Kutaisi international Airport) where Wizz Air flies to and from Budapest, Kiev, Warsaw, Vilnius, Donetsk, Kharkov and Katowice . There are flights from Moscow (Ural Airlines and S7), Minsk (Belavia) and Tbilisi as well. The magnificent churches of Bagrati and Gelati – both UNESCO world heritages sites – testify to the importance of the region.
Kutaisi short tour
•Gelati – XII century cathedral
•Sataflia – cave with dinosaur footsteps
Enjoy the Sounds of the Nature in Kutaisi
Near the Martvili are two places on Okatse river. 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 is almost 70 meters high and while it flows down it makes little oases in the river valley. From Okatse canyon its 5 km and takes about 15 minutes by car.