About Sights – Borjomi Aerial Tramway

Opened in August 2005, the Borjomi ropeway connects Borjomi town with the mountain above. Borjomi (Georgian: ბორჯომი) is a resort town in the picturesque Borjomi Gorge in south-central Georgia, famous for its mineral water industry.

Lower station of the Borjomi Aerial Tramway

Lower station of the Borjomi Aerial Tramway

The aerial tramway journey takes just over 3 minutes and provides spectacular views of the town and Borjomi Gorge.

View of Borjomi town from the aerial tramway

View of Borjomi town from the aerial tramway

The cars have capacity for 24 passengers.

Borjomi Aerial Tramway car

Borjomi Aerial Tramway car

How much does it cost? 2 GEL each way.

Passengers enjoying the view from the Borjomi Aerial

Passengers enjoying the view from the Borjomi Aerial

The aerial tramway operates for 4 months in the summer season.

Borjomi Aerial Tramway

Borjomi Aerial Tramway

What’s at the top? The forested plateau at the top of the mountain has a restaurant and a ferris wheel.

Lower station of the Borjomi Aerial Tramway

Lower station of the Borjomi Aerial Tramway

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