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Visit Armenia’s highlights with ease from Tbilisi on this 2-day guided tour. Depart from your Tbilisi hotel in a private vehicle with a driver and make your way into Armenia. Pause on the way at Lake Sevan before continuing to the capital city of Yerevan. Travel to Garni Temple, Geghard Monastery, and Haghpat Monastery. Enjoy a tasting of local brandies in Yerevan.
9 dishes and 3 drinks that you must taste in Armenia!!!Visit top places of Armenia and take part in masterclasses on cooking and tasting typical traditional dishes of the areas with gourmet guide who tells the story of the emergence of dishes so that you will drool saliva! Take the tour from Jan Armenia Travel company and get sim card with internet access for FREE!
The best tour to explore Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh in 2 days! Take the tour from Jan Armenia Travel company and get sim card with internet access for FREE!We provide best price and service garantee!
This full-day tour ,promises a spectacular view to the oldest and most popular historical landmark of Armenia-the Biblical Mount Ararat. Although Mount Ararat can be seen from many spots in Yerevan, Khor Virap Monastery is the nearest point to the mountain in Armenia. Discover Khor Virap and Noravank monasteries right after have a chance to taste and even purchase Armenia's renowned Areni wine. Combine your sightseeing with comfortable ride, professional guide assistance and with a tasty lunch in a local restaurant with traditional dishes of Armenian diverse cuisine.
It is not hidden that GAZ-M20 Pobeda (victory) was named by Stalin, after the second world war, a mystery involves our car convertible that Stalin used it for his special occasions, In all means prepare yourself for a luxurious retro tour that you will remember for the rest of your lifePass the evening in a time machine; sip few drinks while sitting in a retro soviet convertible, sounds like a crazy combination, a luxurious back to the future experience.You will rule the streets of Yerevan, have the greatest panoramic viewsFrom the monument and Hrazdan, while sharing few drinks
Full-day trip to three southern regions of Armenia: Ararat, Vayots Dzor and Syunik. The first stop will be at Khor Virap Monastery in Ararat Valley. Here the Christian history of Armenia commenced in early 4-th century. Except the monastery you will also visit the underground dungeon, where St Gregory the Illuminator was kept for 13 years. The vista point here has one of the best views to mount Ararat.You will continue the way to the picturesque Gnishik canyon and reach Noravank Monastery surrounded by red rocks. Later you will have your lunch in an authentic restaurant near Arpa river and continue the way to the main destination of the day – medieval Monastery of Tatev. From Halidzor village you will take the longest ropeway in the world and fly there over Vorotan gorge.Duration: 13-14 hoursTotal distance: 520 km
Get out of Yerevan for a day of exploring Armenia on a full-day trip to Khor Virap, Norovank Monastery, T'rchuneri (Bird) Cave, and Areni, a wine-growing town in a scenic landscape. With a guide to help bring each destination to life, you’ll discover history, the natural world, and some of Armenia’s most distinctive wines. This full-day tour departs from central Yerevan, with pickup and drop-off at centrally located hotels, and includes entrance fees, light refreshments, and transport in a climate-controlled vehicle.
Just two hours south of Yerevan, Vayots Dzor is home to wineries and vineyards. Here, the thirsty traveler can tour a winery to learn about Armenia’s unbroken tradition of winemaking while sampling vintages from across the ages.At the heart of the Vayots Dzor Wine Route is the Areni-1 Cave, site of the oldest known winery in the world. Armenian wines have been gracing Armenian tables for at least 6000 years. Today, this wine culture is kept alive by a handful of enthusiastic winemakers who continue to cultivate ancient varietals. Spend a day exploring one of Vayots Dzor’s winemaking facilities, taking a tour of the production process, and tasting local wines.Along the Vayots Dzor Wine Route, there are few wineries that offer regular tours and tastings: Hin Areni Winery, Old Bridge Winery.These are all easily accessed via the Yerevan Highway.
Spend a day in the Armenian mountains on a full-day tour from Yerevan to Lake Sevan, Monastery Sevanavank, Dilijan, Goshavank Monastery, and Haghartsin Monastery. After taking in a spectacular lake ringed by mountains, you’ll visit a series of centuries-old monasteries with fascinating history and architecture. This full-day excursion includes pickup and drop-off at a central location in Yerevan, entrance fees, and all transport for a hassle-free day of exploring.
Discover the north of Armenia with "Yerani Travel" with all its beauty from fascinating monasteries of Goshavank, Haghartsin and Sevanavank to the blue gem of Armenia-Lake Sevan, surrounded by a vast chain of mountains. Combine your exploring with comfort, friendly and informative guide as well as traditional lunch served in one of the cozy restaurants near the lake.
Land of Noah organizes a tour to the famous mountain-ski resort - Tsaghkadzor. Translated from Armenian the word “Tsakhkadzor” means the Gorge of Flowers. In the north-western part of Tsakhkadzor one can find the 11th century monastic complex of Kecharis. It was built by Princes Pahlavuni. In the 12th - 13th centuries, Kecharis was a major religious center of Armenia. The monastery includes 4 churches, courtyard, 2 chapels and many khachkars (cross-stones).During the tour you will be given a free time to take a ride on the cable car. It’s a good possibility to see the beauty of the Armenian nature and Teghenis Mountain. In the winter you can go skiing or snowboarding after reaching the top. No matter which season you take a ride, you can enjoy a fantastic view and have unforgettable emotions.
Discover two highlights of eastern Armenia and a local culinary tradition on a day trip from Yerevan. Traveling by air-conditioned vehicle, visit the Greco-Roman pagan temple of Garni, perched high on a mountain plateau. Hear its history and then explore UNESCO-protected Geghard, a medieval monastery carved into rock cliffs. Finally, watch and join a ‘lavash’ (flatbread) making demonstration, learning how to create this Armenian staple. Entrance fees and central or hotel pickup in Yerevan included.
Khor Virap Monastery is one of Armenia’s most impressive historic landmarks and affords spectacular views of the sacred Mount Ararat. On this full-day tour from Yerevan, travel by private vehicle and stop as many times as you like to take photos. After exploring Khor Virap, visit the 13th-century Noravank Monastery, ride the ‘Wings of Tatev’ cable car (own expense) to Tatev Monastery, and enjoy wine tasting (own expense) at an Areni winery.
Sit back, relax and let your guide take you to medieval ruins of Zvartnots Temple dating back 7th century and UNESCO’s heritage listed spiritual center Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral where christianity in Armenia start raising.
Visiting Khor Virap Monastery, Geghard Monastery, and Garni Temple in one day is tricky without a car. On this full-day tour, travel in a private air-conditioned vehicle to all three. Accompanied by a guide, depart from your hotel and make your way to Khor Virap Monastery, where you can take in views of Mt. Ararat. Admire the Greco-Roman-style architecture at Garni Temple. Explore the 13th-century Geghard Monastery complex and learn about its history from your guide.
Discover Armenia’s UNESCO-listed monuments, architectural wonders, and spiritual centers on this 5-hour tour from Yerevan. Explore the magnificent Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral; visit the churches of St. Gayane and St. Hripsime; and marvel at the 7th-century Zvartnot Temple. Hotel pickup is included.
Amberd is located on the Aragats mountain which is the highest mountain in modern Armenian territory.Very beautiful road and a lot of unexplainable phenomenonson the way.There is a part where you can see antigravitation zone where the river runs up.
This tour will introduce you to Armenian cultural attractions. You will see people representing historical values, admire their architectural structure. This trip is a great opportunity to get acquainted with the beautiful Armenian architectural structures, to be in the beautiful places of Armenian nature, as well as slightly increase your adrenaline. We are sure that this trip will give you wonderful memories, knowledge and feelings.
Discover the local culinary scene in Yerevan on this private food tour. Depart from your hotel and transfer to a food venue. In the company of a guide, taste samples of local cuisine. Sip Armenian wines and sample traditional coffee or tea. Learn about food culture and traditions in Armenia.
Get acquainted with the exotic pagan history of Armenia and in contradiction with that learn about the later development and spread of Christianity in the country with our group tour, which starts from Yerevan.Discover the pagan temple of Garni, which stands on a high plateau overlooking an incredibly beautiful scene. Continue your discoveries with the astonishing monastic complex of Geghard with its architectural solution churches drilled into the solid rock.Traditional bread Lavash baking and tasting makes the tour more lively and interactive. Bake and taste that unique flatbread and become a participant of a small traditional ceremony of the local people.
The spectacular towering cliffs surrounding the monastery are part of the Azat River gorge, and are included together with the monastery in the World Heritage Site listing. Some of the churches within the monastery complex are entirely dug out of the cliff rocks, others are little more than caves, while others are elaborate structures, with both architecturally complex walled sections and rooms deep inside the cliff. The combination, together with numerous engraved and free-standing khachkars is a unique sight, being one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Armenia.