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Dates for Guaranteed Departures: 1st till 7th of each month

Itinerary in Brief:
Day 1: Arrival
Day 2:
Yerevan city tour
Day 3:
Yerevan - Garni – Geghard - Yerevan
Day 4:
Yerevan - Khor Virap - Noravank - Yerevan
Day 5:
Yerevan - Sevan - Yerevan
Day 6: Yerevan - Echmiadzin - Zvartnots - Yerevan
Day 7: Departure

Detailed itinerary
Day 1
Arrival at Zvartnotz International Airport. Our tourist guide will welcome you at the airport. Transfer to the hotel/apartment in Yerevan assisting you in hotel check-in.

Day 2
YEREVAN CITY TOUR Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, is a modern, colorful city, situated in the Northeastern part of the Ararat Valley. Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world. The fortress Erebuni was founded by King Argishty of Urartu in 782 BC. The Urartu Kingdom was a powerful & highly developed civilization. Yerevan skyline with biblical Mount Ararat on the background is very impressive.
Drive through the central streets of Yerevan, Republic Square, Opera House, Cascade Monument and stairs, "Mother Armenia" Monument with a fantastic view of Yerevan, Victory Bridge, Hrazdan Stadium, Sports and Concerts Center, Presidential Palace, National Assembly Building, Academy of Sciences, Tsitsernakaberd-Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex.
Visit Matenadaran-Repository of ancient manuscripts. The Matenadaran after St. Mesrop Mashtotz is a scientific research institute of old manuscripts at the Government of the Republic of Armenia. The Matenadaran is the largest center of study and safekeeping of Armenian manuscripts in the world.
Overnight in Yerevan

D
ay 3
Drive to Garni Pagan Temple and Geghard Monastery. The Pagan Temple of Garni is the only non-Christian temple currently standing in Armenia. Gracing the hillside the pagan temple was dedicated to the God of Sun, Mithra. It was built in 77A.D. by the Armenian King Trdat I. The architectural complex of Garni was Armenia's foremost center of Hellenistic culture and the summer residence of Armenian kings. The fortress is situated in a picturesque mountain locality and commands a broad panorama of orchards, fields and mountain slopes covered with motley carpets of varicolored grasses, of the jagged and precipitous canyon of the Azat river. The artistic merit and uniqueness of its monuments place Garni among outstanding creations of architecture of world importance.
Driving for 9 more kilometers from Garni, You'll reach the Monastery of Geghard which is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Geghard is an incredible ancient Armenian monastery, partly carved out of a mountain. Though the monastery has been around since before the 4
th century, the main cathedral was built in 1215. It is said that the holy lance that pierced the body of Christ was kept here. The architectural forms and the decoration of Geghard's rock premises show that Armenian builders could not only create superb works of architecture out of stone, but also hew them in solid rock.
Overnight in Yerevan

D
ay 4
Leave for Khor Virap Monastery, one of the most popular destinations in Armenia for a number of reasons, primarily because it is where Grigor Luisavorich (St. Gregory the Illuminator) was imprisoned for 13 years before curing King Trdat III of a disease. This caused the conversion of the king and Armenia into the first officially Christian nation in the world in the year 301. To this day you can visit the underground chamber he was imprisoned, located in the nondescript St. Gevorg Chapel apart from the main church. Its location, near the closest point to Mount Ararat within Armenian borders, offers a spectacular view of the mountain, the national symbol of Armenia.
Continuing to more south you'll reach Noravank Monastery, an architectural gemstone nestled among brick-red cliffs, just above a deep gorge. This monastic complex is a masterpiece by the 13
th century architect Momik. The surrounding cliffs offer a spectacular backdrop of mineral colors reflected from the sun. The breathtaking church of the monastery is St. Astvatsatsin a two-storied building with an open-air church. It is also worth mentioning that Noravank once treasured a piece of the true cross-stained with the blood of Christ, brought by a mysterious stranger. On the way back visit "Areni winery", where you can taste different sorts of wine.
Overnight in Yerevan


Day 5
Leave for Lake Sevan is the largest lake in Armenia and one of the largest high-altitude lakes in the world situated at the altitude of 1900m above sea level. A famous writer has poetically characterized Sevan,  "A genuine piece of sky, dropped down on earth among mountains". Visiting the Monastery of Sevanavank  (IX century) which is located on Sevan peninsula.
Overnight in Yerevan

D
ay 6
Leave for Echmiadzin, the Holy See of the Armenian Apostolic Church, where the Armenian Catholicos(Supreme Patriarch) resides.
Visit St. Hripsime Church, built in 7th century. It is considered a masterpiece of early medieval Armenian architecture Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral, historically, is the focal point of the city of Echmiadzin, the oldest church in the world. It was originally built by Saint Gregory the Illuminator as a vaulted basilica in 301-303, when Armenia was the only country in the world the state religion of which was Christianity. The church was built on the place of a pagan temple, the remains of which can be seen until now. The Etchmiadzin Cathedral is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
On the way back to Yerevan visit the Ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral.
Zvartnots  was a majestic cathedral dedicated to St. Gregory. Zvartnots, built as Armenia's main cathedral in 641-661, was to suppress the Echmiadzin Cathedral by its grandeur. Zvartnots lay in ruins as early as in 10
th century. The remnants of Zvartnots, even in ruins, are a majestic sight. The Ruins of Zvartnots are listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
In Yerevan visit Vernisage Market where you can buy all kinds of artworks, carpets and rugs, jewelry and other typical Armenian souvenirs.
Overnight in Yerevan

Day 7
Transfer to Airport. Departure.

*Itinerary is subject to change at any time upon your request.

Rates in USD per person in DBL room occupancy:

Number of persons
2 3 4 from 5 Single supp.
Price per person
$745
$655
$560
$499
$142
 
The rates include:

Accommodation at 3* hotel in Yerevan (6 nights)
Transportation with a comfortable touristic class car
Multi-lingual professional tourist guide
Breakfast at the hotel
Entrance fees to all visited places
Armenian bread Lavash making in a local house in Garni village
Wine tasting in Areni village
Local taxes


The rates do not include:

Lunches and dinners
Flights
Travel insurance

Visa to Armenia
Single room supplement

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