Tbilisi, which is the national capital, is located 160 miles (257 kilometers) east of Poti.
Don't just limit yourself to Poti, because this region has a wealth of natural and man-made attractions just waiting to be explored. Kobuleti, is 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north, and Batumi lies 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
Take the time to gain a deeper understanding of Georgia by researching its past. A good way to begin is by visiting the area's fine old ruins. Should the heavens open, fear not, Georgia features a wide range of art galleries, history museums and art museums, that'll keep you entertained.
There are many thrilling adventures to be had. Around Georgia. Have a go at hiking or rock climbing to really get your blood pumping. Don't leave here without getting a view from the sky. There are a number of great places to try paragliding.
Why not let your tastebuds loose in Georgia's cafés and restaurants. Some of the many ingredients frequently used in this part of the world are cheese and beans. Fruit cobblers (dumpling) and brunswick stew are just two much-loved dishes guaranteed to delight visitors' with a true taste of Georgia. Order berries at the end of your main dishes. This is popular with locals and travelers. The bars in this region often serve Argo, so be sure to try one if you enjoy drinking beer. Dawdle over a Alazani or Akhasheni. Both are delightful to enjoy with a meal. Don't forget, whatever time of day it is, Georgia is the perfect place to have tea.
Really great vacations are about getting to know new people and doing things differently to at home. Georgia is a great place for doing just that.