Transfer from/to airport
The price is for per person, depending on the number of people in a double room.
You can choose any other hotel in Armenia (some changes are possible in the price).
The program may be changed according to your preferences (some changes are possible in the price).
The price is for per-person. It varies depending on the number of participants.
After having breakfast we’ll start our city tour at 10 AM. We’ll visit the Erebuni Museum where we’ll learn the whole history of our ancient city. The next stop will be the factory-museum “Megerian Carpets” - the world of Armenian rugs. In the end, we’ll have a tour of the brandy factory Ararat (tour and tasting).
Day 3: Garni - Geghard - Lavash making - Lake Sevan - Sevanavank
At 9 AM we’ll take one of the most famous tour directions - the pagan temple of Garni. It’s the only surviving pre-Christian structure in Armenia. After the tour, we’ll take part in the masterclass of baking Armenian bread - Lavash. Later we’ll move to the Geghard monastery which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
We’ll continue our way to the blue-eyed Lake Sevan which is considered to be the Armenian sea, due to its large size. Sevanavank is located on the Sevan island from where you’ll experience a wonderful view.
Day 4: Tbilisi
At 8 AM we’ll leave for Tbilisi. We’ll have a tour through the city, visit the newly built church, St George, St Sioni cathedral. We’ll be on the Bridge of Peace and see the Narikala Fortress. The overnight will be in one of the 3-star hotels of the city.
Day 5: Mtskheta - Jvari - Akhaltsikhe
Our second-day tour in Tbilisi will begin at 9 AM. We’ll be in Mtskheta (an old town, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral), Jvari, Akhaltsikhe (Rabati Fortress). At the end of the day, we’ll return back to Yerevan.
Day 6: Khor Virap - Noravank - Old Areni
On the last day of our full and interesting tour, we’ll go to Khor Virap and Noravank, as well as an ancient cave (“Bird Cave”) where the oldest shoe and winery of the world were discovered as a result of excavations. We’ll be in the “Old Areni” winery where we’ll taste various kinds of Armenian wine.