After breakfast at the hotel begin a half-day Tbilisi city tour.
The Holy Trinity Cathedral (Sameba) is seen from the left bank of the river. This largest orthodox cathedral was constructed in the late 20th c and was dedicated to the unity of the nation. A beautiful garden surrounds the main cathedral, belfry entrance, and Lagidze water café.
Continue the sightseeing to Rustaveli Avenue, visit the Georgian National Museum and its various collections, which includes the archaeological golden treasuries.
Finish Tbilisi sightseeing and head to western Georgia, to the Imereti region. This transfer will take about four hours.
Visit Gelati Monastery and Academy. The monastic complex of Gelati was established in the 12th century by the King David IV of Georgia (David the Builder), the most prominent king from the Georgian history. Don’t skip the sunset from the window of the academy building – astronomy professors of medieval times set the perfect point for observation here.
Arrive in Kutaisi city – the administrative center of Imereti, capital of Georgian kingdoms in different historical periods and nowadays, the third largest city. Easy walk in the central park.
Overnight in Kutaisi.