|Tourist information office:||Borjomi|
|Location:||Europe > Georgia > Borjomi|
The Tourist Information Office
How can we get in contact?
|Telephone:||0367 221 397|
|Postal address:||Borjomi Tourist Information Office, Shota RustavelI Street, Borjomi|
|Language(s):||English, Georgian, Russian|
|Country calling code:||+995|
What can we see or do there?
|Borjomi to Vardzia Cave Monastery Tour|
|free information, maps|
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||ბორჯომის ტურისტული საინფორმაციო ბიურო|
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When should we go there, and for how long?
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|This tourist office is a mostly glass structure between the main road and the Mtkvari River. At the time of writing, a very approachable (English and Russian speaking) employee named Otto was available to answer any touristic questions. The information services provided are free, and Otto is able to arrange any tours such as the Borjomi to Vardzia Cave Monastery Tour. He can also arrange any accommodations that you may need during your stay in Borjomi.|
|If coming from the town centre or Borjomi Bus (Marshrutka) Station, you need to walk a few metres past the Bridge of Beauty to find this information office.|
|If for any reason the employees are not in the office, they will leave a sign with a contactable telephone number. You can of course return back in half an hour or so when they should have finished taking their break.|
|This is not the office to come to if you want information about hiking in the national park.|
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