We Are Kutaisi

 

A couple of steps away from the Best Western Kutaisi hotel is the White Bridge which leads you directly into the historic center of the city:  Small cobbled streets and one-story buildings carefully restored; a true charm for its visitors. 

 

The warm hospitality of the locals together with the unmatchable UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery, make Kutaisi a top destination both for Georgians and foreigners.

 

Since the Georgian Parliament moved to Kutaisi in 2012, there has been a lot of work on restoring streets, buildings, parks and monuments in the city. 

 

Discover all secret hidden gems in Kutaisi and Imereti on your own or as our Guest Service Team to book you a guided tour, either in group or private

I Kutaisi

Bagrati Cathedral

The construction of Bagrati Cathedral, named after Bagrat III - the first king of a united Georgia, started at the end of the 10th century and was completed in the early years of the 11th century. The ...

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Agmashenebeli Square

Agmashenebeli Avenue is one of the longest and most beautiful streets of the city. Here you can find gorgeous historic buildings, painted entryways and distinctive architectural ornaments.

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Parliament building

The six-storey-tall glass bubble of Georgia's parliament building, opened in 2012. ...

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