Parks and museums of the city of Kutaisi
The Botanical Garden of Kutaisi
The Botanical Garden in Kutaisi is one of the most famous botanical and natural attractions in the city and attracts hundreds of visitors daily from tourists and locals in search of rest and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The Botanical Garden has more than 700 different types of green plants, trees, and colorful and fragrant roses that reflect the natural botanical style of the city of Kutaisi and Georgia, which is the second largest botanical garden in Georgia and the most famous botanical garden in Europe. The variety of coniferous trees, oaks, maples and many others that you may see for the first time in addition to the many wonderful paintings formed by roses and colorful and fragrant flowers here and there inside the garden.
Archaeological Museum of Vanni
The Archaeological Museum of Vani houses most of the antiquities unearthed in the Georgian Vani region. In 1987, a new hall was opened within the museum halls, called the Gold Council Hall, which was dedicated to preserving the unique pieces made by the most skilled ancient goldsmiths. The museum also includes many pieces of art, in addition to statues carved from bronze, and other distinctive collectibles.
The Katskhi rock blocks are located at a distance of 60 km from the city of Kutaisi, specifically in the village of Katskhi. They are straight and compact rock accumulations, consisting of natural limestone. The Katskhi Massif is about 40 m high, and overlooks the Azab River and one of its fertile valleys. The strange thing is the small chapel on top of these rocks, which includes a private residence for one of its monks.