The town of Rustavi is located in the Kvemo Kartli region of eastern Georgia. People have lived in this area since the Bronze Age. It is one of the oldest cities in Georgia. In the 7th and 8th centuries the city was at a high level of development, flourishing various handicrafts including the manufacture of ceramics, glass, metal products, leather, bone, wood as well as textiles. In the following, we will deal with the tourist attractions of this city
This park is a natural forest park. Rustavi Cultural and Amusement Park is located in the center of the city, near the border between old and new Rustavi, where there is a small artificial lake. The best amusement parks in the park are basketball, football and volleyball courts, skating rinks. There is also a seating area, traditional Georgian canopies, picnic areas, various fountains, cycling and hiking trails, and an open-air amphitheater. Rustavi old castle and historical site related to the 5th to 8th century AD are part of Rustavi park today..
Rustavi Castle is an ancient city discovered during archeological excavations and is on Georgia's cultural heritage list. This castle is located in the city of Rustavi and in the place of Rustavi Park in the center of the city. Rustavi Castle was one of the castles built to protect Tbilisi (the capital) around. At the time of its creation, the castle had three different walls. The first wall (corresponding to the 5th to 8th centuries) had rectangular towers. The second wall, called the inner wall, had semicircular towers. Later, the two walls were merged. The third wall, known as the exit wall, had a tunnel-like entrance. This castle is the only castle in Georgia where you can find patterns on its walls.
The museum was founded in 1950 by a renowned archaeologist and sociologist named GogiLumatze. The museum has more than 28,700 exhibits that were generally discovered around the town of Rustavi during archeological excavations.
The park is located in the town of Rustavi on Costava Street. The area of this park is 7,000 square meters. It was reopened in 2009 and rebuilt and developed by the Azerbaijani Oil Company. The park includes modern benches, a variety of flowers and plants, trash cans, as well as fountains and playgrounds.