Kutaisi, the capital of Imereti, is Georgia’s second-largest city after Tbilisi. Elegant, tree-lined streets with 19th-century houses stretching down to the banks of the Rioni River, along with several attractive parks, make Kutaisi a very beautiful place to stroll around and take in the many sights. synagogues demonstrate the long history of the Georgian Jewish community. The town’s largest synagogue, built-in 1866, can seat 500 worshipers. The magnificent churches of Bagrati and Gelati – both UNESCO world heritages sites – testify to the importance of the region. Motsameta Monastery Motsameta Monastery and Prometheus Cave are the city’s one of the most important must-see places for their uniqueness.