Kutaisi

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Kutaisi

Went then by plane to Kutaisi.

Cheapest from Kutaisi airport to town would be a short walk to the main road and take a marshrutka from there, but you will need some coins for paying.

The Georgian bus company has a easy to spot counter at the airport, their marshrutkas (shared taxi) bring you for 5 Lari (€ 1,70) to your accommodation in Kutaisi and you can pay with bank or credit card and avoid the terrible airport money changers. They have also buses to Batumi and Tiblisi for 18 and 20 Lari.

In the city center square you can find money changers with good rates open also in the very early morning.

Restaurants I did like the last time i was in Kutaisi where closed but I had a excellent meal at the Baraqa restaurant in Tamar Mepe street close to the city center square. Was eating also at El Depot, Tapizde street, 100 meters west of the White Bridge, quite good but the Baraqa was better, breakfast I had at Neta Bakery at Tamar Mepe street opposite a former cinema, outside only ‘Bakers’, decent reasonable cakes and coffee.

By train to Tbilisi

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Kutaisi
Kutaisi
Baraqa
Baraqa
Baraqa
Baraqa
Baraqa
Baraqa
El Depot
El Depot
El Depot
El Depot
El Depot
El Depot
Neta Bakery
Neta Bakery
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Kutaisi
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