This tour give you the opportunity to uncover the secrets of the past and find out how it all began.


Day 1-Yerevan
Breakfast. Visit Matenadaran, the Institute of Ancient Manuscripts. Walking along the Cascade. Lunch. Visit to the Museum of the History of Armenia and Walk along the Northern Avenue, Liberty Square and the Swan Lake, free time. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 – Garni, Geghard, Sevan, Yerevan
Visiting the pagan temple of Garni. The temple was built in the 1st century and was dedicated to the sun god Miru. lunch. The visit of the Etchmiadzin cathedral, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The UNESCO World Heritage List also includes the ruins of the Zvardnots temple. Return to Yerevan. Free time. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3 Khor Virap / Noravank /Areni/ Tatev/Goris
Breakfast. Departure to the monastery Khor Virap. Here you will have a unique opportunity from the closest distance to experience the view of the Mount Ararat. Departure to the medieval monastic complex Noravank, which in the beginning of the 13th century was the spiritual center of the Syunik region. Here is a unique bas-relief depicting God the Father with large almond-shaped eyes. Lunch Departure to Zorats karer (Karahunj). Departure to Goris. Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4 Goris/Qarahunj/Noratus/Yerevan
Breakfast. Departure to the monastery complex Tatev by Ropeway, which is registered in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest cable car in the world. Lunch. Departure to the village of Areni, where you can taste the most different and famous varieties of Armenian Wines. Return to Yerevan. Free time. Dinner. Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 5 – Yerevan / Sanahin /Haghpat/Avenue of letters / Yerevan
Breakfast. Departure to the monastery of Sanahin (since 1996, a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Dinner. Visit to the monastery complex Akhpat, built in the 10th century (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Then we will visit alley of letters, which was built in 2005 in connection with the 1600th anniversary of the creation of the Armenian alphabet. Return to Yerevan. Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6 – Tsitsernakaberd / Vernissage
Breakfast. Visit to the memorial complex of the Armenian Genocide Tsitsernakaberd. Visiting Vernissage where the exhibition-sale of works of art and souvenirs
Free time. Gala dinner.

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ArmeniaWelcome to our wonderful country.     Armenia is in South Caucasus. In north the country borders with Georgia, in south – with Iran, in east – with Azerbaijan, in west – with Turkey. The current territory of the Republic of Armenia is 29800 square km and is situated about 1800 m above sea level. Read more

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