Borjomi Travel Guide

  • The area.
    The area.
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  • View from the balcony in summer.
    View from the balcony in summer.
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  • Their shashlik surprise on my birthday.
    Their shashlik surprise on my birthday.
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Borjomi Things to Do

  • Borjomi Kharagauli National Park

    The Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park is located in central Georgia and is part of the lesser Caucasus. The park is one of the largest in Europe - it covers more than 76,000 hectares of native forest and sub-alpine and alpine meadows, home to rare species of flora and fauna.A network of trails invite visitors to experience the stunning variety of...

  • Atskuri Fortress

    In a narrow part of the Borjomi valley there used to be a fort in the way. Nowadays, the village of Atskuri lies peacefully next to the ruins of Atskuris Tsikhe, which are only interesting for a small outing. This fortrss was built in early medieval centuries. By first historical notes about Atskuri it was built in 5-6th centuries by Georgian king...

  • Khertvisi Fortress

    Khertvisi fortress is situated in Southern Georgia, in Meskheti region. It was built in early medieval period. As the legend says, Khertvisi was destroyed by Alexander the Macedonian. In the 10-11th centuries it was the center of Meskheti region. During the 12th century it became a town. In the 13th century Mongols destroyed it and until the 15th...


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Borjomi Restaurants

  • Near the post office

    Near the post office, a little bit inside, not the one on the road. This is a local restaurant, the waitresses don't speak any known language, but the food is really great and the prices are really low, much better than the ones recommended in lonely planet.

  • On the plateau, where you go with a...

    On the plateau, which you should go up with a cable car from the city park entrance, there is a pretty good restaurant, worth visiting. To go down you don't have to make it on time for the cable car, you can just order a taxi, which will take you for 2 Lari to every place in the town.The restaurant is open until the end of September.

  • Dining next to the railtracks

    The restaurant is located in the beautifull renovated station building. You can dine at the platform next to the railtracks. Their cheesbread is great and mushrooms with garlic are delightful.


Borjomi Local Customs

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    Gas Station

    by DinkaYa Written Oct 10, 2007

    Today there is no official gas station in town, what there is - is an old lady selling gas in buckets on the main road, ask the locals, they will tell you, although the rumor is that it contains some water in it...

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Borjomi Sports & Outdoors

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    Some info about the trails

    by DinkaYa Updated Oct 10, 2007

    We met some rangers at the park, here is what they told us:
    The one day rout recommended by the park administration (1 then 6) is approximately 12-14 km. 1 until it changes in to 6 is 7-8 km. The steep climb is about half an hour long. The total walking upwards time is approximately 2.5 hours.
    The rangers hut is better than the shelter, it can contain up to 12 persons and there are matrases there so you can sleep comfortably. You should take the food with you though.
    Here is a price list which I received from the park:

    Prices - 2007

    Overnight Stay (Tourist shelter) 10 Gel per person per night
    Overnight stay (Tent) 5 Gel per person per night
    Guide 33 Gel per day
    Horse 40 Gel per day

    Tent 7 Gel per night
    Sleeping bag 5 Gel per night
    Back pack 5 Gel per night
    Camping mat 3 Gel per night

    Marelisi Guesthouse
    Overnight stay 20 Gel per person per night
    Breakfast 5 gel per person
    Lunch 6 Gel per person
    Dinner 10 Gel per person

    Borjomi Guesthouse
    Overnight stay 60 Gel per room for 2 persons

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Borjomi Favorites

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    Train through mountains

    by AnnaHermans Written Jul 23, 2007

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    Favorite thing: Take the train to Bakuriani. It takes 2, 20 hours and leaves from a small station next to the market. It's beautifull going up slowly. The costs are 1 dollar.

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