City of eternal spring, still living is the old era. Historically rich city with astounding canyons and other natures gifts
Kutaisi is a city in west Georgia. It’s home to the centuries-old Bagrati Cathedral. On the city’s outskirts, the Gelati Monastery is a medieval cathedral with elaborate frescoes. The nearby hillside Motsameta Monastery has martyrs’ remains. Historical Georgian manuscripts, ceramics and textiles are on display at the Kutaisi State Historical Museum. To the northwest, Prometheus Cave features petrified waterfalls
Green Bazar: is located at Paliashvili Street in Kutaisi, Imereti region. It is one of the largest trade places in Kutaisi to buy agricultural products..
Kutaisi State Historical Museum: A treasure trove of Georgia’s rich history and culture, with a collection of over 190,000 artifacts.
Gelati Monastery: A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important religious and cultural centers in Georgia.
Motsameta Monastery: A 7th-century monastery perched on a cliff overlooking the Mtkvari River.
Prometheus Cave Natural Monument: A vast cave system with stunning stalactites, stalagmites, and underground rivers.
Martvili Canyon: A beautiful canyon with waterfalls, pools, and lush vegetation.
Okatse Canyon: A hidden gem with dramatic waterfalls and towering cliffs.
Balda Canyon: A challenging canyon with waterfalls, rappelling points, and natural slides.
Kutaisi Water Rafting
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