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Visiting the King Prison - Khor Virap Monastery complex✔ Visit to Areni winery , tour inside the factory and wine tasting ,and continue to the ancient cave where the oldest shoe was found✔ Continue to Noravank monastery✔ Visit to the world's longest reverse cable car “Wings of Tatev”✔ Visit to Tatev Monastery
Discover some of the age-old craftsmanship of Armenia during your time in Yerevan. Visit a local workshop where artisans craft beautiful products made of volcanic stone and then learn the tricks of the trade to make a souvenir for yourself. Listen to anecdotes from your host about the craft while you nibble on biscuits and sip Armenian coffee.
Wedding traditions are the pearl of most ancient cultures. Armenian traditional wedding is full of rituals, songs, dances, meals and so much more. Unfortunately, majority of this is no longer practiced due to lack of knowledge and infrastructure.We want to return to people most beautiful, deep yet forgotten traditions of the Armenian wedding. And since a lot of these traditions are tied to village life we’ve chosen as a wedding venue a cozy village near a stunning 10th century monastery in Southern Armenia.
First, visit the Eastern part of Armenia and make a short stop at Charent's Arch, from where you can enjoy a wonderful view to the mount of Ararat. The next stop is the Garni Temple, the only example of a pagan temple left in Armenia. Admire the temple's unique blend of Greco-Roman and Armenian styles, and learn how it was built in the 1st century AD by King Trdat the First and dedicated to the God of Sun. Hear how, after adopting Christianity in 301AD, the pagan temple lost its significance and the fortress of Garni was transformed into a summer residence of the kings. The ruins of the royal palace, including some stunning mosaic works, can be found near the temple.Continue to Geghard monastery, the unsurpassed masterpiece of 13th century Armenian architecture. Some of the churches of the complex are masterfully hewed in a huge rock, and you'll have chance to explore inside the cave monastery, with its rich sculptural embellishments and many khachkars (cross-stones).
Avoid the hassle and crowds of typical group tours and enjoy a more personalized experience of some of Armenia's most beautiful sights. This private tour takes you to discover the unique architecture of Tatev Monastery and Noravank Monastery, and to admire Shaki Waterfall.