Tbilisi, the national capital, is situated about 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the east of Kutaisi.
The Givi Kiladze Stadium is a good spot to visit while you are in the area. Another one is Bagrati Cathedral.
While it can be tempting to just kick back and relax while vacationing in Kutaisi, don't forget, Georgia's many natural sights, cities and towns lie just beyond your doorstep. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Vardzia, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest, and Akhaltsikhe 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the north.
Visitors in Georgia often head to the region's open-air museums. To truly understand the present, it's good to return to the past. Georgia's fine old castles are a great starting point.
If you are after a special way to enjoy the Georgia area, try paragliding. There are many high-adrenaline adventures waiting for you in the region around Georgia. Head out and go rock climbing or hiking to get your adrenaline pumping.
To truly understand the customs of the area, be sure to visit the region's restaurants and cafés. Often, these are the best spots to rub shoulders with residents as well as sample popular dishes. Cheese and sometimes beans are regularly used in kitchens here. Don't wrap up your time in this region without tasting fruit cobblers (dumpling) and brunswick stew. Berries is the perfect way to conclude your Georgia food experience. Refresh yourself with a beer. Argo is a popular option. To complement the typical Georgia flavours, try a glass of wine, like Alazani and Akhasheni. And of course, regardless of what time it is, Georgia is a great spot to have tea.
Don't forget, an aeroplane ticket is one of the few things that you can buy that makes you more rich. A trip to Georgia will provide you with moments you'll be sure to treasure for years to come.