Located 221 km away from Tbilisi, Kutaisi is the capital of the Imereti region. One of the oldest cities in the country and former capital, the town offers some of the most ancient cultural landmarks to explore. You’ll find dinosaur footprints, caves, cathedrals and fountain dedicated to the old Greek Myth of Argonauts. If you happen to visit Kutaisi with little time to spare, here are some of the most iconic must-see attractions, but there’s much more in the vicinity.
This futuristic building is the new addition to Kutaisi. designed by Alberto Domingo Cabo, a Spanish architect, the building was commissioned by the former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili. There are tours available in the building, where you’ll be able to learn more about the design of the buildings (as well as visit its main rooms such as a hall for plenary sittings and a Bureau room), learn about the history of the parliamentary system, mission, structure and roles. The tour lasts for 60-70 minutes three times a day on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays of plenary sittings. In order to sign up for the tour, you need to contact them directly.