White Bridge Kutaisi is a city of bridges and almost all of them are of historical significance. White Bridge is one of the main attractions of the city. It was built in 1850 by military engineer Vite. In 1860 the railings of the bridge were painted in white colour, what has determined its name _ White Bridge. White stones under the bridge, traceried, transparent railings, nice view of an old town _ the harmony of this composition creates a sense of airiness which is so attractive for locals as well as for tourists. A photo which is taken on the White Bridge, with “Picasso Boy” is a must_have souvenir in memory of the city - Kutaisi.

Sataplia Nature Reserve

A unique place where you can see footprints of dinosaurs living millions of years ago, travel inside a prehistoric cast cave, and observe Imereti’s panoramic views from the glass bridge of Sataplia.

Bagrati Cathedral

One of the three biggest cathedrals of Georgia. It was built in 1003 and have been demolished many times because of the enemy’s invasions. Last restoration work was held in 2012.

White Bridge

Located in a very central part of the city, the bridge is one of the main attractions of the city. It was built in 1850.

Colchis Fountain

The fountain located in the central square of Kutaisi is decorated with beautiful figures. Its significance stands in the fact that these figures are enlarged copies of different ancient artefacts discovered in Georgia.

Drama Theatre

The theater of Kutaisi is significant with its history and architecture. It is located on the central square of the city.

Bagrati Cathedral

One of the three biggest cathedrals of Georgia. It was built in 1003 and have been demolished many times because of the enemy’s invasions. Last restoration work was held in 2012.

White Bridge

Located in a very central part of the city, the bridge is one of the main attractions of the city. It was built in 1850.

Sataplia Nature Reserve

A unique place where you can see footprints of dinosaurs living millions of years ago, travel inside a prehistoric cast cave, and observe Imereti’s panoramic views from the glass bridge of Sataplia.