Kutaisi: Its is the second largest city of Georgia and was once the capital of Georgia, to reach Kutaisi the cheapest way is marshrutka (minibus), which takes approx 3-4 hours to reach, and costs only 20 Gel pp.Places to visit in Kutaisi:Prometheus Caves: It is 1.4 km long and impressive cave than the Sataplia caves, it is real cave and must visit, we felt like we are in some Steven Spielberg movie after visiting this cave.Bagrati Cathedral: One of the must visit Cathedral in Kutaisi where you can get entire view of the city.Gelati Monastery: Situated approx 6km away from centre, this monastery have some great history.Kutaisi Parliament Building: It is a perfect example of love of Georgian Prime Minister for Modern Architecture.
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143 Kms from Kutaisi
Batumi (Black sea): The most happening city of Georgia, located on Black sea coast, Batumi for us is more kind of relaxing Get away after the hectic Journey, Batumi can also be considered as a Las Vegas of Georgia with Casinos, discos and beach
234 Kms from Kutaisi
Vladi what?Yeah, thats exactly what I thought at first. To everyone around, a group of 5 Goans planning a 3-day vacation to Vladikavkaz seemed almost strange.That didn’t intimidate us. Neither did the warnings from the authorities that Ossetia was a troubled area and the visa would take 15 days to process, as opposed to the usual 2-3 days to other parts of the country. Finally, one day before takeoff, our visas arrived!
364 Kms from Kutaisi
Perhaps the last large port city of Turkey before entering into Georgia, Trabzon was also a point on the ancient trading route - the Silk Route. Passing through it, we left almost all of Turkey behind as we inched ever closer to Georgia.