Armenia City Tour
Armenia has one of the most ancient, complicated, and tragic histories of any country. Even fewer have a culture as diverse and resilient as ours. History will captivate you, monuments will astonish you, the countryside will astound you, and down-to-earth inhabitants will seduce you.
The most impressive attraction is the country’s collection of medieval monasteries, which is closely followed by a breathtakingly gorgeous terrain that is ideal for trekking and other outdoor sports. Then there’s Yerevan, one of the region’s most lively and lovable cities, which is an unexpected treat. They provide for an exciting and really delightful travel experience when combined.
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Hotel Nairi or Yerevan Deluxe Hotel or similar
Imperial Palace Hotel or Ramada Hotel & Suites or similar
National Hotel or Grand Hotel or Similar
Hotels are subject to availability at the time of booking confirmation.
Rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking confirmation.
Arrival to Yerevan, meet and greet at the airport
Transfer to pre-booked hotel
City Tour which includes:
GENOCIDE COMPLEX, away from the city center, on one of the green hills of Yerevan, there is a Museum-Institute of the Armenian Genocide. This place eternalized the memory of the awful crime of the 20th century against the Armenian nation in 1915.
MOTHER ARMENIA, a statue which was constructed to replace a monumental statue of Joseph Stalin. Thereafter, you will head to the
CASCADE, a giant stairway in the capital city that links the downtown Kentron area of Yerevan with the Monument neighborhood. The stairs afford walkers unobstructed views of central Yerevan and Mount Ararat. From the Cascade, we start walking to the
OPERA HOUSE – designed by the Armenian architect Alexander Tamanyan.
REPUBLIC SQUARE awaits you next.
Republic Square is very famous for the dancing water fountains, which are singing from 21.00-23.00. ( free day Tuesday).
Special stop for VERNISSAGE Market – If you are looking for souvenirs & traditional Armenian products during your holiday to Armenia, Vernissage is the best place to be (preferable to visit on weekends).
Breakfast in the hotel
10:00 meeting in a hotel lobby
CHARENC ARCH – Driving along the Yerevan – Garni highway, you can see the Charents arch on the right side of the road on a hill. The monument is named after the great Armenian poet and great patriot Yeghishe Charents. From here a stunning view of the great biblical mountain Ararat opens all day long.
GARNI is a pagan temple and the best-known structure & symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It is the only standing Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia. The structure was probably built by King Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple to the sun god Mihr.
GEGHARD meaning “Spear”, originates from the spear that had wounded Jesus at the Crucifixion. It’s a medieval monastery that was partially carved out of the adjacent mountain. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
SYMPHONY OF STONES is the result of the collapse of volcanic rocks. It is hard to believe that neatly and symmetrically carved stones are created by nature itself, and not by human hands.
Transfer to the airport as per flight timing.