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Fascinating Armenia

Fascinating Armenia

273,000AMD [519 EUR, 41332 RUB, 573 USD]

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Fascinating Armenia

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The majestic mountains and valleys, adorned with monasteries and fortresses of the early and late Middle Ages, the cathedrals of the past, proudly watching the distance with their unquenchable gaze and the desire to return the former grandeur, resort and preserved the color of past periods of the city and architectural structures. The list can be continued indefinitely. If you want to know all this in one region, then this tour is created just for you! Welcome to Armenia!

Route of the tour: City tour in Yerevan - Ararat Cognac Factory - Arch of Charents - ancient temple of Garni  - Gegard monastery complex -Talin city - Dashtadem fortress-TCathedral of Talin - Gyumri city - Dilijan city - Haghartsin monastery - Lake Sevan

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273,000AMD [519 EUR, 41332 RUB, 573 USD]


Fascinating Armenia

7 days/6 nights

Day 1

Arrival at the International airport Zvartnots.

Meeting at the airport with Happy Holidays name plate and transfer to the hotel.

Free time.

Day 2

Breakfast in the hotels.

City tour in Yerevan:

Sasuntsi David monument, Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex, Genocide Museum, Victory Park and Mother Armenia monument, Cascade, France Square, Opera House, Swan Lake, Northern Avenue, Republic Square, Abovyan Street, Ararat Cognac Factory.

Sasuntsi David is one of the masterpieces of the sculptor Kochar, built in the center of the station square in honor of the hero of the Armenian folk epic David Sasuntsi, who throughout many centuries embodied the freedom-loving aspirations of the Armenian people.

Armenian Genocide memorial complex is Armenian’s official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide, built in 1967 on the hill of Tsiternakaberd in Yerevan. Over the years a wide range of politicians, artists, musician, athletes and religious figures have visited the memorial.

Victory Park, or, as it is also called Monument by Armenians is one of the most important places of rest among the citizens, from where a magnificent view of the whole city opens.

Cascade is a giant stairway in Yerevan, Armenia. It links the downtown of Yerevan with the Monument neighborhood. The construction of the cascade designed by architects Jim Torosyan, Aslan Mkhitaryan and Sargis Gurzadyan. At the top of the Cascade is the residence of Charles Aznavour, in which he stops during his visits to his homeland. At the foot of the cascade you will discover the sculptures of contemporary artists, Botero, Brechtova etc.

On the way to the Opera House we will admire Jule Bastien's statue, a sculpture by famous French artist Francois Rodin, unveiled on Yerevan's France Square.

Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet named after Alexander Spendiaryan in Yerevan was designed by the Armenian architect Alexader Tamanyan. On the east side of the theater the tourists can see Swan Lake.

The Republic Square - central square in Yerevan. It is famous for its monumental architecture in national style. In the evening the tourists can enjoy “the dancing fountains”.

North Avenue is a pedestrian avenue in Yerevan. It is located in the central district. Located in downtown Yerevan, the avenue is mainly home to luxurious residential buildings, high-end branded shops, commercial offices, coffee shops, hotels, restaurants and nightclubs.

We will pass along one of the oldest streets of Yerevan along Abovyan Street, partially preserved the look of the old city.

Cognac factory. During the tour it will be possible to get acquainted with the conditions of cognac storage, find out which celebrity has its own barrel and enjoy the delicate taste and rich aroma of two types of Armenian cognac: "Three Stars" and "Akhtamar"

Day 3

Breakfast in the hotels.

Yerevan city – Arch of Charents -  Temple of Garni – monastery of Geghard – Yerevan city

Arch of Charents - is a favorite place for all tourists. The arch offers an incredible view of Mount Ararat.  It is difficult for any visitor not to succumb to the temptation and not take a photo for memory.

Garni is the only architectural monument of the pagan and Hellenistic period, 1 century AD, preserved in Armenia. Near the temple there are ruins of an ancient fortress, royal chambers also built in the 3rd century AD. and baths. From here you can see a picturesque view of Azat River and Garni Gorge.

Geghard or Gegardavank monastery complex is a two-story temple carved in stone and the adjacent church. The monastery was founded in the IV century on the site of a sacred spring, originating in the cave. The name of Geghard derives from the word  “spear”, which the Roman soldgier pierced the body of Christ. The spear was preserved in the monastery for centuries. Gheghardavak is in Amenian  and means the “Monastery of the Spear".

Right at the entrance, local grandmothers sell sweets from dried apricots and a local gata.

Day 4

Breakfast in the hotels.

 Yerevan city -Talin city - Dashtadem fortress - Cathedral of talin - Gyumri city

The fortress Dashtadem was in its best years a sentry point of the territories bordering the then capital of Ani from the east. During the time, thanks to its strategic position, the fortress was repeatedly enriched, getting all the new components. The building dates back to the 7th c.

Not far from the fortress there is an interesting Cathedral of Talin of the 7th century, which has a peculiar construction of the dome basilica.

City tour of Gyumri: Central Square ensemble, Mother Armenia, Black Fortress, Central Park, Russian chapel, Frunzik Mkrtchyan House Museum, Aslamazyan Sisters House Museum, Rustaveli Street.

Gyumri is the second largest city in Armenia, the cultural capital of Armenia, the center of poetry and music, where the Russian military base, the Catholic Church, the Russian chapel and many interesting architectural buildings are located. In Gyumri the whole old city and a cozy color were preserved.

In 1988, near the city there was a strong earthquake that destroyed half the city. The consequences of the earthquake have not been eliminated so far: if the central streets are put in order, then in the alleys there are many destroyed buildings, which has become one of the most visited places in the city.

Freedom Square is the heart of the city and the entrance of the old historic city. The square is surrounded by ancient temples - Yot Verk (Seven Wounds) and Surb Amenaprkich (The Savior). The area is unique because of the unique location of the churches: two churches that look at each other.

Mother Armenia is a beautiful monument dedicated to the Great Patriotic War, from the observation platform of which the Black Fortress is clearly visible.

The Black Fortress (Sev Ghul - Black Clock) is one of the architectural reminders of the Russo-Turkish War. Considering the threat of war with Turkey, the Russian authorities began to pay special attention to the strengthening of Alexandropol (now Gyumri) and built this fortress, which was used as a military prison. Now it serves as a cultural complex where various state-level events are held. In doing so, it retained its ancient appearance.

From the top of the hill offers an excellent view of the city.

Central Park is a cozy park, in which the spirit of the 50s has been preserved. In the park you will find a viewing platform with a colonnade, telephone booths of the Soviet model and even a fountain with an authentic sculpture of a girl with a paddle.

Frunzik Mkrtchyan is the greatest Armenian actor of the 20th century and one of the most outstanding actors of Soviet cinema. In the museum you can see a unique collection of exhibits - household items and costumes, photographs and much more, related to the life and work of a talented artist.

Next, we will visit the Russian chapel, which was built in 1879-80. and served in Alexandropol as a funerary chapel: here the burial service of Russian soldiers who died during the numerous assaults of the Turkish fortress Kars. The local called it Plplan (Brilliant), since the dome reflects sunlight glare.

The museum of sisters-artists of Aslamazyan was opened in 1987. Exhibits of the museum (about 600 paintings and objects of decorative art) were presented by sisters-artists Aslamazyany. On the first floor works of Mariam Aslamazyan are exhibited, and on the second floor works of Erevanui. During the earthquake, the building of the museum was destroyed, and it was restored in 2002.

Every street in Gyumri breathes art!

Overnight in Gyumri.


Day 5

Breakfast in the hotels.

Gyumri city - Dilijan city - Haghartsin monastery - Lake Sevan - Yerevan city

Dilijan is an old and beautiful city, where there is everything a tourist needs for happiness: picturesque streets, beautiful nature, surrounded by mountains, forests and lakes and historical sights that it is impossible not to admire.

Visit to the monastery Haghartsin - XI-XIII century. This is one of the most mysterious places in Armenia, drowning in the greenery of mountain forests.

Lake Sevan is the second largest fresh mountain lake in the world. The lake is located in a mountain bowl at an altitude of almost two kilometers above sea level. Sevan and its environs are a "visiting card" of Armenia, which is worth seeing to all guests of a cozy mountainous country.


Day 6

Breakfast in the hotel.

Free day.


Day 7

Breakfast in the hotel.

Transfer to the airport.

The price includes:

  • Transfer from the airport to the hotel and back.
  • Accommodation in the hotel in Yerevan of the selected category
  • Breakfasts in hotels    
  • Moving on comfortable transport with a given driver throughout the tour
  • Professional tour guide services throughout the tour
  • Excursions specified in the program
  • Entrance tickets to historical and cultural attraction
  • Tasting at the Ararat factory

The price does not include:

  • Flight
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Medical insurance

*** The company reserves the right to change the sequence of the program without changing the volume of services provided.




Additional Information

Tour duration min. 1 day, min.2 days, min.3 days, min.4 days, min.5 days, min.6 days
Arrival dates No
Type of tour Classical Tours, Cultural Tours, Family Tours

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