is famous for the water available from the springs. People come with bottles to take water from here. There are lot of activities inside the park and also a waterfall and a wine museum. The town is most famous for its mineral water industry, which is the number one export of Georgia. Borjomi is also home to the most extensive ecologically-themed amusement park in the Caucasus.
This natural mineral water park is located inside a forest and you have to take a long walk through the forest to reach it. The walk is very relaxing, as you can feel the cool breeze and the sound of the flowing river nearby. You have to cross some bridges and sometimes walk through snow, if it is winter time. There are so many huge trees and different types of small plants with colorful flowers. It will take at least one hour to reach the mineral water pool. A dip in the pool which has got healing properties is rejuvenating to the body and mind.
is a genuine on the square of seven hectares. The territory of the fortress is divided into a lower modern part and upper historical one. The lower part has shops, cafes, restaurant and a hotel. The upper part comprises of Akhmediye mosque (18th century), an Orthodox church (19th century), Djakeli palace, and the History Museum. Apart from this, the Rabati fortress has excellent viewing sites: there are four towers above the walls, where you can go up the winding stairs. Each of them has a wonderful view of Akhaltsikhe and its surroundings, and one can imagine being a guard watching an upcoming enemy. But if this does seem not enough, then you can get to the citadel roof in the western part of the fortress where you get the best ever view.