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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.
This tour is thoroughly designed to make you feel different spiritual eras of Armenian history: from ancient Greek statuary Garni temple to Echmiadzin cathedral where Armenia Christianity rises and with visit to magnificent Geghard monastery. Hear to your guide stories about each places as well as myths and legends only locals know. After take self guided time to explore surrounding and feel intense and unique spiritual vibes of each place.
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
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.
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.
This day trip lets you conquer Southern Armenia must-see sights. Don't waste your precious vacation time planning out your own tour. Skip the headache of renting a car and focus on the scenery on this hassle-free tour, which stops at Khor Virap, Noravank, Tatev. With impressive views this tour includes both guided and private options.
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
See two of Armenia’s most important historic sites in a single day. This small-group guided tour transports you back in time as you travel to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed temple of Garni and the monastery of Geghard.
We offer a wonderful excursion to the famous Garni Pagan Temple,Geghard Monastery,Ropeway in Tsaghkadzor and The Great Lake Sevan with the Sevanavank Monastery on a new and comfortable Mercedes-benz cars and exlusive servicesAmaze YourselfYour comfort is our main priority
we will start transfer from Tbilisi's or from Yerevan. Airport or any hotel.On the way we will see few places. UNESCO world heritage site buildings. We'll try local Armenian lunch. Don't forget to have a passports with you.
Take a 90-minute Armenian cognac masterclass at the Yerevan Brandy Factory and learn about the cognac production process. Sample a minimum of three different cognacs from three to 30 years of age and learn how to taste the drink and what to look for. See what it takes to create a cognac aging barrel and how to pair it with different foods.
Skip the long lines and slice straight to the heart of ancient Armenia on this guided skip-the-line tour. Start day with visit to Modern Art museum where you will find impressive collections of art. Feel like in Hogwarts from Harry Potter, surrounded with ancient manuscripts in Matenadaran. Your guide will keep the pace leisurely, with plenty of time for self exploration and pictures.
Take a sightseeing tour of the capital city with a private tour guide. Visit sites such as Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral (also known as Yerevan Cathedral), the National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet, Cafesjian Center for the Arts, Lovers' Park, and Victory Park. English or Russian-speaking guides are available.
If there is one thing Armenia is famous for it's churches: one beautiful and unique than the other. This tour will take you most famous ones which have played important role in Armenia's religious history. Start your to with exploring Khor Virap and Noravank. Have a lunch(not incl. in the price) and wine testing break in Areni Winery to not get overwhelmed of many churches. After some rest head to Lake Sevan to admire blue beauty while exploring Sevanavank and Hayravank that have amazing viewpoints to the lake.
On this 10-11-hour tour you will start by visiting Tsaghkadzor, translated as "valley of flowers" and situated on the slope of the mountain. Moving on, see Kecharis a monastery complex in Tsaghkadzor. It is one of the most famous spiritual and cultural centers of medieval Armenia. Ride the ropeway before leading to Lake Sevan. After having rest on the lake, visit Sevanavank monastery on the Peninsula and admire the great view to the lake. Next you will visit Dilijan, which is usually called Armenian Switzerland for its fantastic natural forests. The town is a part of Dilijan National Park. The next stop is Haghartsin, a 10th century monastery which has been recently renovated by donation of Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qassimi, the Ruler of Sharjah, who was impressed by the monastery when visited it. Finally see Goshavank, another monastery surrounded by green territories. It also houses one of the world's finest examples of a "Khachkar" (Armenian cross-stone).
Our cheerful and friendly staff makes this private tour really unique. The guides speak multiple languages (please mention your preferred language upon request), the drivers are experienced and non-smokers, the cars are clean and your impression is more than important for us.Garni Pagan Temple is a masterpiece of classical hellenictical architecture, built by Armenian king Tirdates 1-st in 1-st century AD. Here Armenian sun god Mihr was worshipped two thousand years ago.Fartger in Azat gorge your next destination will be Geghard Monastery, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. The complex is partrely carved in a giant basalt rock. The name Geghard is translated from old Armenian as “spear”. The famous spear which pierced Jesus Christ has been kept here for 5 centuries.Duration: 5 hoursTotal distance: 90 km
Visit to the Echmiadzin Cathedral, the main church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Nexs stop will 3 churches : Gayane, Hripsime, Shoghakat. Than you will visit Zvartnots temple, which in translation from ancient Armenian means ‘’Temple of the Vigil Angels",
Walking down the beautiful streets of Yerevan, which has been known as “pink city” for ages because of the color of the stones it has been built with. So we will visit Republic Square, Mashtots Avenue, the house of Opera and Ballet the park “Cascade“ which is giant stairway in Yerevan. Inside the Cascade, underneath the exterior steps is an escalator going the length of the complex. Cascade is one of the unique places in Yerevan. From above Cascade, the whole city becomes visible.You will visit Matenadaran where you can find a huge collection of antic books and the biggest book of the World.You will be educated about the history of Yerevan and Armenian as well as have a time to remember!
Visit to the highland Lake Sevan, at an altitude of about 1900 m; the largest lake of the Caucasus. Area - 1240 km ². Visiting the monastery complex Sevanavank, a monastery on the northwest coast of Lake Sevan. At the end of the 8th century, several monks settled on the island of Sevan, who built their cells and a chapel here.