This itinerary will guide you to explore several of the most amazing sights of Armenia. You will have a chance to admire the view of Biblical Mount Ararat from Khor Virap monastery, see some of the most beautiful and common Armenian national traditions, visit Lake Sevan also called the“Geghama Sea”, which is “The Jewel of Armenia” and feel the breath of our sunny country. Visit Garni temple, try to bake Armenian bread "Lavash", visit UNESCO heritage sight - Geghard monastery.The package includes 2-way airport transfer and your hotel accommodation in Armenia.
Choose this tour package to explore the most amazing attractions of Armenia in 5 days! During these days you will have a good opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the nature, the delicious taste of Armenian cuisine. With this tour package you will get acquainted with some of the heritages of Armenian ancient history and feel the hospitable breath of our country. The 2-way airport transfer as well as your hotel accommodation in Armenia are included in the package.
This tour package will help you experience the culture and history of Armenia and Artsakh and understand why our country is called a museum under the open sky. During your stay you can get acquainted with the traditions, legends and famous cuisine of the Armenian people. You will travel through time and learn the history of a very old nation and admire the mountainous views.The 2-way airport transfer and your hotel accommodation in Armenia and Artsakh are included in the package.
Welcome to a country with a rich heritage and traditions! This tour package will take you to the ancient sites of Armenia listed among the UNESCO World Heritage List, such as Garni temple, Geghard monastery, the ruins of temple Zvartnots and Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral, which is the main cathedral of the Armenian Apostolic Church and the very first Christian cathedral in the World. You will also visit the Khor Virap Monastery, the best place to enjoy the breathtaking views of holy Mount Ararat, Lake Sevan, pearl of this mountainous country, as well as ride the longest ropeway in the world.The 2-way airport transfer and your hotel accommodation in Armenia are included in this package.
This weekend tour package is ideal to get acquainted with some of the most exciting sights of Armenia in a short time. You will be greeted by our drivers at the airport who will accompany you to the hotel. During these few days you will cover the north, south and west parts of the country, admire the beauty of nature, ride on the longest cable car in world, learn the religious history of the first Christian country. We hope that you will want to come back and explore our country to the fullest. The package includes 2-way airport transfer and your hotel accommodation.
The undiscovered country of the Caucasus, Armenia, is full of rich history and beautiful landscapes. It holds gorgeous natural scenery and hidden-away towns just waiting for visitors to explore. A visit to Armenia isn’t complete without traveling to its capital – Yerevan. The city is full of interesting places. Stroll down the streets, climb up the Cascade for panoramic views, taste the local cuisine. Enjoy the breathtaking views of Mount Ararat from the Khor Virap Monastery. Drive to Echmiadzin, located only a 30-minute drive from Yerevan and get acquainted with the religious history. This trip takes you to churches that are listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visit Lake Sevan, pearl of this mountainous country and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in Eurasia. You will also visit Sevanavank, a monastery complex on Sevan peninsula from where the whole beauty of the lake is seen. 2-way airport transfer as well as your hotel accommodation are included.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikivoyage or other free sources online. Much of the current tourist traffic comprises diaspora Armenians seeking a slice of their homeland. Their high standards enticed some international hotel chains and caused overdevelopment in places like Sevan. Yet it s still easy to escape to hidden gems, including stalactite-filled caves and summer villages inhabited by Yezidi Kurds and Armenian shepherds. The Debed Canyon is rich with history and culture, and Goris is a fascinating time-warp town that warrants a few days' exploration. As most travellers whiz through on a brief side trip between other places, serious explorers will have the best sights to themselves. Although Armenians carry a lot of psychological baggage from a traumatic 20th century, you ll hardly notice it. The rapidly modernizing capital, the boutique tourism industry and the warm welcome you ll receive everywhere seems to belie the country s reputation for tragedy. This book offers information on Armenia and its most notable places.