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Tourist information center opened in Kutaisi2011-04-07 13:35
A tourist information center has been recently opened in Kutaisi. As was reported by Business Georgia, this center is a joint project of the city Mayor's Office and National Tourism Agency at the Georgian Ministry of Economic Development. "Of course, the tourist information center is oriented at foreign guests but our fellow countrymen wishing to go on excursion may also turn to us. We organize excursions throughout the country's territory and provide guides speaking all European languages, as well as Hebrew and Turkish", - officer of the Economic Development Service of Kutaisi Mayor's Office Konstantin Chakhalashvili remarked in an interview to the journalists. According to him, reference information will be provided by the center in three languages: Georgian, Russian and English.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It is stated in the materials of the National Tourism Agency of Georgia that "Kutaisi has got a strategic location, being situated not far from the Black Sea and ski resorts. There are two objects in Kutaisi that are protected by UNESCO, and the territory of archaeological sites in Vani. The rehabilitation of Kopitnari airport that will enable to receive international flights will encourage the increase of the number of guests".
Earlier, such tourist information centers were opened in other Georgian cities: Signagi and Kvareli. In the nearest time, it is planned to open them in Anaklia, Batumi, Gori, Zugdidi and Mtskheta.