Day Tour from Batumi to Kutaisi | Explore Kutaisi

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Want to take a day tour from Batumi to Kutaisi? The two famous cities are so close together, it would be a shame to stay Batumi without fitting in a day trip to the iconic city of Kutaisi. Batumi to Kutaisi by car is only two hours and you will travel in true comfort and style. Whether you choose a fully guided tour of Kutaisi or the chance to explore at your leisure, a day trip to Kutaisi from Batumi is sure to be an exciting addition to your holiday.

Embarking on a walking tour of Kutaisi and you will discover the city’s fascinating history as you stroll through its historic center, packed with iconic landmarks such as the Bagrati Cathedral. Hop-on and soak in panoramic sights of Kutaisi’s most iconic landmarks and locations with our professional guide offering you rich insight into the city’s history.

You'll have plenty of time to explore Kutaisi. Make the most of each moment when you travel.

Skip the hassle and book in advance to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.

Excursion program of a "Day Tour from Batumi to Kutaisi":

  • Bagrati Temple – were created under the governing body of Bagrat the III-rd, as a main cathedral of his united Georgian Kingdom and was sanctified in honor of the Assumption of the Virgin in 1003 year. The temple was recognized as a main state cathedral for a long time. King David IV the Builder was ascended the throne in 1089 and was crowned within the walls of the cathedral.
  • Gelati Monastery – was founded during the bright heyday of Georgian state by David IV, also known as David the Builder in 1106. Cathedral was sanctified in an honor of nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Monastery is a memorial of a world heritage since 1994
  • Motsameta Monastery – is a one of the bright sight not only of Kutaisi, but of the whole Georgia. The monastery is built on the mountain where Georgian dukes David and Konstantin Mkheidze. They refused to recognize Islam where executed by Muslim invaders. In XI century stately temple and a monastery were built here, get a name “Motsameta” which means “martyr” in honor of Duke David and Konstantin, who were ranked as a saints of Georgian church.
  • Prometheus Cave – also known as Kumistavi cave. Cave is the biggest in Georgia. It takes about an hour to explore it. Inside there are underground lakes and rivers. There is another famous cave near Kumistavi called Sataplia.

The company reserves the right to change trip schedule and sequence without reducing the tour completeness.


  • Transport service
  • Qualified English-speaking guide service
  • Entrance tickets
  • Bottle of water


  • Meals


  • The length of the program 10-12 hours
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Scarf for a churches

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