Armenia Explored!

    Experience the essence of Armenia

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      4 Days

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    A landlocked country on the Great Silk Road, Armenia is an amalgamation of historical, cultural and natural allure. Explore the capital Yerevan featuring architectural wonders such as the Cascade Complex, the Republic Square and the Opera House. Traverse the spectacular natural landscapes of the Gegharkunik and Tavush provinces, dotted with medieval monasteries which offer a glimpse into the history of a pre-Christian Armenia.

    DAY 1
    Welcome to Yerevan

    • Arrival at Zvartnots International Airport, Yerevan, Armenia (Our tour guide will meet you outside)
    • Transfer to the hotel
    • Check in to the hotel
    • Republic Square
    • Opera House
    • Cascade Complex
    • Mother Armenia Statue
    • Transfer back to the hotel
    • Free Time to explore the city on your own
    • Overnight at hotel

    DAY 2
    Lake Sevan - Dilijan City - Tsaghkadzor

    • Breakfast at the hotel
    • Drive to Lake Sevan
    • Tour of Sevanavank Monastery
    • Drive to Dilijan City
    • Recreational activities at Dilijan National Park
    • Haghartsin Monastery
    • Drive to Tsaghkadzor
    • Cable Car Ride to the summit of Teghenis Mountain
    • Drive back to Yerevan
    • Transfer back to the hotel
    • Free time to explore the city on your own
    • Overnight at the hotel

    DAY 3
    Geghard Monastery - Carpet Museum - Tsitsernakaberd

    • Breakfast at the hotel
    • Drive to Geghard Monastery
    • Garni Temple
    • Drive back to city Yerevan.
    • Tour of Megerian Carpet Museum.                                                                                      
    • Tsitsernakaberd, the Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex
    • Vernissage Market
    • Transfer back to the hotel
    • Free time to explore city on your own
    • Overnight at the hotel

    DAY 4
    Good Bye

    • Breakfast at the hotel
    • Checkout from the hotel
    • Transfer to the airport

    Top Attractions of Armenia Explored! Tour

    Experience the essence of Armenia

    Republic Square

    Republic Square is the central town square in Yerevan the capital of Armenia. It consists of two sections an oval roundabout and a trapezoid-shaped section which contains a pool with musical fountains. The square is surrounded by five major buildings built in pink and yellow tufa in the neoclassical style with extensive use of Armenian motifs. This architectural ensemble includes the Government House the History Museum and the National Gallery Armenia Marriott Hotel and two buildings that formerly housed the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport and Communications. The square was originally designed by Alexander Tamanian in 1924. The construction of most of the buildings was completed by the 1950s the last buildingthe National Gallerywas completed in 1977. During the Soviet period it was called Lenin Square and a statue of Vladimir Lenin stood at the square. Soviet parades and celebrations were held twice a year until 1988. After Armenias independence Lenins statue was removed and the square was renamed. It has been described as Yerevans architectural highlight and the citys most outstanding architectural ensemble

    Dilijan National Park

    Dilijan National Park is one of the four national parks of Armenia. Occupying an area of 240 km², it is located in the north-eastern Tavush Province of Armenia. Your Armenia stay is incomplete if you don’t relax in Dillijan National Park. Dillijan is a charming resort town in the wooded hilly region of picture perfect north of Armenia. You can walk in the densely forested and mountain area which for its surroundings is called ‘Armenian Switzerland’ by locals here. The weather here is cool to add to your excitemental mineral water springs natural and cultural monuments and extensive network of hiking trails

    Haghartsin Monastery Complex

    Haghartsin (Armenian ) is a 13th-century monastery located near the town of Dilijan in the Tavush Province of Armenia. It was built between the 10th and 13th centuries (in the 12th under Khachatur of Taron) much of it under the patronage of the Bagratuni Dynasty.

    Geghard Monastery

    Geghard Monastery or (Airivank) was founded in 4th century. Geghardavank is a holy place, where the spear by which Jesus Christ was pierced on the cross by Roman soldier, is kept. The monastery is designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. Geghard is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. The spectacular towering cliffs which surround the monastery are part of the Azat River gorge, and are listed together with the monastery as the world heritage site. Some of the churches in the monastery are cut out of cliff rocks entirely, while are little more than caves and some are elaborate structures which has complex wall sections and rooms deep inside the cliffs

    Mother Armenia monument

    Is one of the most unique statues of Yerevan that is a symbol of victory of the World War II. The breathtaking and panorama view around it makes it so much more appealing to the visitors. Mother Armenia symbolizes both peace and strength. It symbolizes the important value and high status attributed to females in Armenian families

    Cascade Complex

    The Cascade is a giant stairway made of limestone in Yerevan Armenia. It links the downtown Kentron area of Yerevan with the Monument neighborhoodCascade Yerevan is the beating heart of the city. It is where the youth gathers for drinks it is where all open-air concerts are held it is where you can capture the best panorama of Yerevan. Cascades benefits are probably countless.Due to the Armenian-American businessman and art collector Gerard Cafesjianss investments and connections Cascade has become a valuable open-air and free-access modern art museum.

    Armenian Opera Theatre

    Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet named after Alexander Spendiaryan in Yerevan was officially opened on 20 January 1933 It consists of two concert halls the Aram Khatchaturian concert hall with 1400 seats and the Alexander Spendiaryan Opera and Ballet National Theatre with 1200 seats.Since it was opened the Armenian National Opera & Ballet Theatre has performed more than 200 different operas and ballets by Armenian Russian and Western European composers.

    Megerian Carpet Museum

    You will see on display an array of Antique and one of a kind rugs and carpets at the museum from the private collections of the Megerian family.

    Vernissage Market

    You can find in Vernissage the best examples of Armenian folk art unique jewelry exclusive handmade masterpieces craftsmanship. Visit Vernissage pavilion in Tashir street shopping gallery and take a piece of Armenia with you.

    Garni Temple

    Garni Temple is in a very strategic location, on a cliff, overlooking a range of the Geghama Mountains and Azat River near the Ararat Plain. Built in mid-1st century CE, the temple survived the destruction of pagan temples and countless invasions until its collapse in 1679 CE. It is best known structure and symbol of pre Christian Armenia. The temple was dedicated to the sun of God called as Mihr. But when Armenia took to Christianity in 4th century this temple was converted into a Royal Summer House. Garni is also an exemplary example of great geometrical design. Garni perfectly follows the Pythagorean and Platonic theories of sacred geometry in its design, a design for civilization carved form the wilderness. So, It is a major tourist attraction in Armenia.


    The Armenian Genocide memorial complex is Armenias official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide built in 1967 on the hill of Tsitsernakaberd in Yerevan. Every year on 24 April the Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day thousands of Armenians gather at the memorial to commemorate the victims of the genocide. The people who gather in Tsiter

    Tsaghkadzor ski resort

    Tsaghkadzor Ski Resort is a sports and tourists facilities located just above the Armenian town of Tsaghkadzor of Kotayk Province approximately 60 km north east of the capital Yerevan and the Zvartnots International Airport. It was opened in 1986 adjacent to the Tsaghkadzor Olympic Sports Complex.

    Lake Sevan

    Lake Sevan is the largest lake in Armenia and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude Alpine lakes in Eurasia as well as a popular summer beach destination. It has many resorts, cabanas, fish restaurants and other attractions for visitors. Lake Sevan is at an altitude of 1,900 meters and located 70kms from Yerevan. One can visit Sevanavank Monastery, then head south to Hayravank Monastery and Noratus Cemetary nearby. It is one the most beautiful Attractions in Armenia

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