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Things to do in Borjomi

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Pool
“This is a must see place when you’ll get in borjomi. It’s top place for families and all type travellers”
  • 3 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“12 hiking trails available. Black trail ends in Camp Borjomi. A sister campsite.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“The Romanovs palace, which is referred to as the Fourth Department, is dated from the nineteenth century. Once this was a place for wheat threshing. Mikhail Romanov's son liked the area of Likani, and decided to use it for his summer residence. Under the order of Nicholas Romanov, the palace was built by the architect Leontin Benua in 1892-1895. The residence then became a tourist resort. During Soviet times, a lot of tourists from different countries visited the palace. It is interesting to note that Joseph Stalin had also rested here periodically. The palace houses some unique exhibits, including the table given to the Romanovs by Napoleon, the armchairs given by the Shah of Iran, a histo”
  • 2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“the world-renowned mineral water. Exported worldwide for medicinal purposes. The hot current is available right in the part. Enjoy responsibly :)))”
  • 3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“If you wamt to look from the top of borjomi (warking hours depends on weather)”
  • 1 local recommends
Hot Spring
“You can also walk about 30 minutes or take a golf cart to the Sulfur Tsar Baths to really experience the relaxing powers of Borjomi’s water.”
  • 1 local recommends
Locality
“As Bakuriani is located in Borjomi municipality in 30 km from Borjomi and If you take a tour to Borjomi , don't miss: Green Monastery Romanovs’ Palace The Romanovs’ Palace dates back to the nineteenth century. In 1892-1895, the palace was built by the architect Leontin Benua, under the order of Russian Tsar Nikolas II. The palace houses unique exhibits, including a table given to the Romanovs by Napoleon, armchairs given by the Shah of Iran, and a historical hand-made table carved by the Russian Emperor Peter I. You will also find a Romanov era billiard table in the billiards room. Blue Palace “Firuza” “Firuza” is one of the most important historical buildings in Borjomi. Situated at the entrance of the “Mineral Water Park,” it was built in 1892 by the consul of Iran and is considered a unique cultural monument. The building combines characteristics of Persian, Georgian and European styles. Mineral Water Park The most remarkable virtues of Borjomi are its striking nature and unique mineral waters. One of the best places to experience this is the “Mineral Water Park” of Borjomi. The park itself dates back to the 1850s and is an attractive destination all throughout the year. Here you can taste the natural Borjomi mineral water and relax in a beautiful environment. Try riding the cable car up to the Ferris wheel at the top of the park ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The territory of Borjomi had an important strategic position in the Middle Ages. The shortest roads from Borjomi passed in Samtskhe-Javakheti, Kartli and short trails in Imereti. Some fortresses were supposed to protect these roads, including Gogia fortress. Gogia Fortress is mentioned in historical sources from the XVI century. The name Gogia comes from its owner.The fortress was under the ownership of the Borjomi rulers, and feudal lords, the Avalishvilis. The gorge and the fortress witnessed a battle between external enemies and between the Avalishvilis as well. In the second half of the XVIII century, the constant attacks of Lezgians made life impossible in the valley. Due to this, the Avalishvili family settled in Shida Kartli. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“favorite things to do in Borjomi is taking the cable car to the top and hiking through Borjomi’s national park .There’s only one cable car and it takes less than five minutes to go between the stations. The coolest thing is the cable car itself: it’s open-air, which means you can look through the windows and breath the fresh air. It also has a cute wooden design and benches, in case you get tired. The cost was 5 Lari for a one-way ticket, which is a steal considering the priceless panoramic views you’ll see!”
  • 1 local recommends
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Lodging
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