Borjomi

Borjomi is famous for its mineral water industry (which is the number one export of Georgia). Archaeological excavations have revealed the existence of stone baths in the area, proving that these mineral waters have been utilized by people for thousands of years. Because of the supposed restorative and healing powers of the area's mineral springs, it is a frequent destination for people with health problems. Borjomi is also home to the most extensive ecologically-themed amusement park in the Caucasus.

Sights

  • Blue Palace “Firuza”

    “Firuza” is one of the most important historical buildings in Borjomi. Situated at the entrance of t...

  • Mineral Water Park

    The most remarkable virtues of Borjomi are its striking nature and unique mineral waters. One of the...

  • Borjomi Museum of Local Lore

    One of the oldest museums in Georgia; it first opened its doors in 1926. The building itself was con...

  • Gogia’s Castle

    The castle is located to the north-west of Borjomi and was constructed around the 14th century. It b...

  • Peter’s Castle

    The medieval castle is located on a high rocky mountain, a few kilometers from Borjomi. In the XVI c...

  • Romanovs’ Palace

    The Romanovs’ Palace dates back to the nineteenth century. In 1892-1895, the palace was built by the...

  • Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

    Borjomi-Kharagauli protected area is one of the largest national parks in Europe. Its total territor...

  • Timotesubani Monastery - The Cathedral of Holy Virgin

    Located 17 kilometers from Borjomi, the church was constructed between the 12th – 13th centuries. Th...

  • The Green Monastery

    Built between the 9th-10th centuries, the Chitakhevi Monastery of St. George (the Green Monastery) i...

  • Kvabiskhevi Church of the Assumption

    The three-aisled basilica, constructed in the 8th–9th centuries, is one of the most historic buildin...

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