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Get acquainted to Armenia

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Many people who come to Armenia may have some important business meetings, business trips, or simply do not want to be busy with excursions all day. However, everyone is interested in seeing the sights of our republic.

A similar program has been created for you, where excursions take half a day, and the rest of the time you do according to your preferences. In this case, the beginning of the excursion can be rearranged at a time convenient for you.


  • Get ​​to know Armenia, even if you have limited free time.
  • Visit sights and places of rare beauty and temples.
  • Take a cable car ride to view the beauty of Tsaghkadzor resort
  • Taste the famous Armenian brandy.


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Day 1

City Sightseeing - Tasting at the Cognac Factory

Meeting at the Zvartnots airport.
Sightseeing tour of Yerevan, which includes the following:
Monument Sasuntsi David - one of the symbols of the city of Yerevan and Armenia and the building of the railway station. The next stop is Victory Park. Acquaintance with the history of the park, the Victory Museum and the monument - Mother Armenia. Panoramic view of our city and Mount Ararat from the observation deck of the park. Then we head to the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex, dedicated to the victims of the 1915 Armenian Genocide. The next point of acquaintance will be the Cascade, where you can see the center of Cafesjian's contemporary art, make a photo session against the backdrop of sculptures in the open air. And we end our excursion at the Republic Square. The most beautiful square, designed by the architect A. Tamanyan, bordered by a harmonious architectural ensemble of tuff. The square becomes more lively and elegant in the evening when the singing fountains turn on.
Excursion and tasting at the Yerevan brandy factory.

Day 2

Yerevan - Geghard - Garni - Symphony of Stones - Yerevan

Our direction is to the east of Armenia towards the cave monastery of the XII-XIII centuries - Geghard. The monastery is unique in its architecture, because one part of it is hollowed out and carved into the rock, and the other is attached. The jewelry work done by the architect during the construction of this temple leaves an indelible impression. Harmoniously blending into the surrounding rocks and nature of the protected area, the complex delights and amazes with its beauty. Geghard Monastery is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. There is a healing spring from which you can drink and take water with you.
We continue our excursion to the pagan temple of Garni. The temple was built in the 1st century during the reign of Tsar Trdat I. This is the only surviving pagan temple in the post-Soviet space. The architecture of the temple stands out clearly against the background of the beautiful Geghama ridge and amazes with its proportions, beauty, skill of the builders and carvers of that period. On the territory there is a bathhouse of the III century. ruins of a palace and a church.
Then we go down to the gorge of the Azat River to a section of the canyon called the “symphony of stones”. A unique natural phenomenon awaits you here, similar to the pipes of an organ, but made of vertically arranged layers of basalt. You can admire the breathtaking scenery of the Azat River Gorge, which is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Day 3

Yerevan - Echmiadzin - Zvartnots - Yerevan

Drive to Vagharshapat town.
Visit to the temple of St. Hripsime, built in the 7th century, and which is one of the masterpieces of Armenian architecture.
Visit to the main monastery of the Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Echmiadzin. Acquaintance with the history of the cathedral, monuments, buildings and khachkars located on the territory. It is also the seat of the Catholicos of All Armenians. Visit to the Treasury Museum of Holy Etchmiadzin, where some of the significant Christian relics are kept.
On the way, we stop at the Zvartnots temple. A tour of the territory where the ruins of the temple are located and a visit to the museum of the complex. This temple was built in the 7th century, and at one time was a stunningly beautiful, unusual and new word in the construction of church architecture in Armenia.
All three temples are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List
Return to Yerevan

Day 4

Yerevan - Sevanavank - Tsaghkadzor - Yerevan

Trip to Lake Sevan. Acquaintance with the history of the pearl of Armenia, Lake Sevan, located at an altitude of 1900 m above sea level. Sevan is one of the five high-mountain freshwater lakes in the world. Visit to the Sevanavank monastery, the churches of which date back to the 4th and 9th centuries. A magnificent panorama of the lake, the waters of which shimmer in various shades from light blue to dark blue and surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides.
Drive to Tsaghkadzor ski resort. Visit to Kecharis monastery of the XI-XIII centuries, founded by the princely family of Pahlavuni.
Then we will go to the cable car, where you can ride, admiring the beauty around you.
1 hour of free time for a walk, or just relaxing on the veranda of the cafe and enjoying the wonderful mountain air.
Return to Yerevan.
Transfer to the airport "Zvartnots"


  • - Guide
  • - Transport
  • - Transfers
  • - Breakfasts
  • - Entrance fees to cultural and historical sites and museums
  • - Excursion and cognac tasting
  • - Cable car
  • - Accommodation in 3 * - 4 * hotels: Yerevan (3 nights)
  • - Water
  • - Airplane tickets
  • - Insurance
  • - Lunches
  • - Dinners
  • - Additional services

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