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3 Day UNESCO Heritage Private Tour in Armenia from Yerevan

3 Day UNESCO Heritage Private Tour in Armenia from Yerevan

Get an unforgettable experience with this offer & get ready in order to explore: Day 1: Yerevan - Khor Virap - Etchmiadin - Zvartnots - Vernissage - Yerevan • Khor Virap Monastery, one of the most important sanctuaries of Armenians, located at the foot of the biblical Mount Ararat. • Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the religious center for all the Armenian. Armenia was the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as a state religion in 301. The cathedral was listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2000. • Hripsime Church, listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, was built by the order of the Catholicos Komitas in 618. • Also, you will visit Zvartnots Cathedral, one of the medieval Armenian cathedrals built in the seventh century. The ruins of Zvartnots Temple are designated by Unesco as World Heritage Site. • The last stop is Vernissage, a large open-air exhibition-market in Yerevan, where you will find anything and everything. Day 2: Yerevan - Garni - Arch of Charents - Geghard - Lake Sevan - Fruit Market - Yerevan •The Arch of Charents. It’s a place where you can admire the most beautiful view of Mount Ararat. • Garni Temple is the only preserved pagan temple in the entire territory of the Caucasus. The construction dates back to the second half of the 1st century and was dedicated to the Sun God. After the Christianization of Armenia, the temple was used as a royal residence. • Geghard which is a medieval monastery declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. According to tradition The Geghard Monastery was founded by Saint Gregory in the 4th century on the site of a sacred spring. The peculiar character of the construction is reflected in its austerity and the magnificent natural scenery of the canyon, surrounded by precipices and curved cliffs. • Then you will make a stop to visit the Sevanavank monastic complex on the peninsula and contemplate the beautiful landscape of Lake Sevan, which is the pearl of Armenia. • And the last visit is the Yerevan fruit market which is a colorful, fragrant and busy huge indoor market with hundreds of stalls of farmers, bakers etc that actually grow and prepare their own food. Day 3: Yerevan - Noravank - Karahunj - Tatev/Wings of Tatev- Yerevan • You will visit one of the wonderful monuments of medieval Armenia, the Monastery of Noravank, located in an impressive canyon. Noravank means "New Monastery" and is considered one of the most attractive places in the country. • Our next stop is Karahunj Observatory, also known as Zorats Karer, a megalithic composition of Bronze Age tombs and over 220 standing stones / menhirs. • The last stop is Tatev Monastery which is the gem of Armenian architecture. It was founded in the 9th century and has been a major educational and religious center in Armenia for many centuries. We are going to take cable car Wings of Tatev which is the longest reversible cableway in the world (5752 m), recorded in the Guinness Book of Records. Enjoy your stay in our country.

3 Day Private Tour in Armenia from Yerevan

3 Day Private Tour in Armenia from Yerevan

Get ready in order to explore: Day 1: Yerevan - Garni - Arch of Charents - Geghard - Lake Sevan - Tsaghkadzor - Yerevan • The Arch of Charents. It’s a place where you can admire the most beautiful view of Mount Ararat. • Garni Temple is the only preserved pagan temple in the entire territory of the Caucasus. The construction dates back to the second half of the 1st century and was dedicated to the Sun God. • Symphony of Stones, one of the must-see places of Armenia. • Geghard which is a medieval monastery declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. According to tradition The Geghard Monastery was founded by Saint Gregory in the 4th century on the site of a sacred spring. The peculiar character of the construction is reflected in its austerity and the magnificent natural scenery of the canyon, surrounded by precipices and curved cliffs. • Then you will make a stop to visit the Sevanavank monastic complex on the peninsula and contemplate the beautiful landscape of Lake Sevan, which is the pearl of Armenia. • And the last visit is Tsaghkadzor, a ski resort of Armenia, where you will take the cable car and rise up to the top, from where the magnificent atmosphere and spectacular nature of Tsaghkadzor unfolds. Day 2: Yerevan - Khor Virap - Areni-1 (Birds’ Cave) - Noravank - Yerevan • Khor Virap Monastery, one of the most important sanctuaries of Armenians. Its history is closely linked to the religious and cultural history of Armenia. The monastery is located at the foot of the biblical Mount Ararat. • Areni-1, also known as Birds’ Cave. The cave represents a rocky room with niches and aisles, which was inhabited in different epochs by ancient civilizations. During the archaeological excavations in the cave was discovered the ancient leather shoe. It is considered the oldest shoe in the world, the age of which is supposed to be about 5,5 thousand years. • And the last visit is one of the wonderful monuments of medieval Armenia, the Monastery of Noravank, located in an impressive canyon. Noravank is considered one of the most attractive places in the country. Day 3: Yerevan -Aragats - Saghmosavank - Alphabet Monument - Tsitsernakaberd - Vernissage - Yerevan • Saghmosavank, 13th century monastery located on the right bank of the Kasakh River. Overall, its excellent location provides additional beauty and comeliness to the monastery. • Armenian Alphabet Monument. The complex includes sculptures of 39 letters of Armenian alphabet, as well as monuments to the great Armenian thinkers. All the letters and statues are made of Armenian tufa. • Next, we'll drive towards Aragats snowy mountain where you can enjoy snow and have a great time. •Afterwards you will visit the Genocide memorial “Tsitsernakaberd” to get closer to one of the saddest pages of the Armenian history. •The last stop is Vernissage, a large open-air exhibition-market in Yerevan, where you will find anything and everything. Get an unforgettable experience.

Yerevan: a Tour through the Flea Markets to find treasures

Yerevan: a Tour through the Flea Markets to find treasures

Discover relics of the past while our expert negotiator helps you navigate the art of bargaining. Join us for a day of historical exploration, where every purchase tells a story. Embark on a captivating trip through Yerevan's flea markets, specially tailored for those seeking the allure of forgotten Soviet treasures. The day commences at Vernissage Market, an open-air time capsule where artisans breathe life into relics of the past. Uncover vintage Soviet memorabilia, each item whispering tales of a bygone era, as our expert guide illuminates the historical significance behind each discovery. As the sun ascends, take a culinary pause, savoring local delights amidst the market's vibrant ambiance or in nearby eateries. It's a moment to recharge before delving into the mysteries of Gum Market, a bustling locale where Soviet remnants await rediscovery. Engage with the friendly vendors, and let our guide navigate the nuances of bargaining to ensure you bring home a piece of history at the best value. Our guide, adept in the art of negotiation, will assist you in securing unique pieces, turning each transaction into a journey through time.

Observing city tour in Yerevan

Observing city tour in Yerevan

The main objective of this tour is to help the tourists and guests of the city to get acquainted with the historical and cultural monuments of Yerevan. One of the oldest cities of the world, Yerevan is famous as a pink city and calls visitors with its humble and at the same time splendid landscapes. Start the city tour visiting the Cascade Monument, from where a panoramic view opens on the city. Continuing our tour you will see the Opera House, Swan Lake, Republic Square, and Abovyan Avenue. The last stop of our tour will be Vernissage, the biggest souvenir market in Yerevan.

Yerevan: A Shopping Tour of Treasures in local markets

Yerevan: A Shopping Tour of Treasures in local markets

Immerse yourself in a shopping experience by visiting traditional markets and bazaars. Discover treasures at Vernissage Market, and GUM Market where you can find an array of products, traditional crafts and delectable Armenian delicacies. The Vernissage Market. Plunge into Yerevan's creative heart at the Vernissage Market, located near Republic Square. This bustling open-air market—active on weekends—unveils a multitude of handcrafted wonders: unique jewelry; intricate rugs that tell stories woven in vibrant threads; and an extensive collection of Armenian souvenirs. Invest your time in exploration, bargaining to secure treasures—and immersing yourself within its vivacious atmosphere. Northern Avenue Shopping: Indulge yourself with a leisurely stroll down Northern Avenue: a street brimming with trendy boutiques. Explore the local Armenian fashion; then, satisfy your sweet tooth –– at "Grand Candy" –– by indulging in their locally made chocolates. The Cascade Complex Explore the impressive Cascade complex; contemporary exhibitions await at The Cafesjian Center for the Arts, and a unique collection of items to commemorate your visit is available in their souvenir shop. The shopping experience on Abovyan Street: a bustling hub of commerce in Yerevan--offers an array of diverse retail opportunities; from high-end fashion boutiques to local markets brimming with traditional Armenian goods. Gum Market Excursion: Embark on a journey through the local scene by visiting Gum Market: this bustling marketplace provides an authentic window into everyday life. Its vendors offer fresh produce, spices--and an array of local delicacies; immerse yourself in its vibrant atmosphere and engage with amiable locals for a truly enriching experience. Each unfolding moment in this guided shopping tour tells a unique chapter of Yerevan's treasures' story; join us.

Private Day Trip to Amberd, Saghmosavank & Alphabet Monument

Private Day Trip to Amberd, Saghmosavank & Alphabet Monument

After hotel pick-up, head to the Aragatsotn Province to see the treasure of Armenian. First you will visit Saghmosavank. It’s a 13th century monastery located on the right bank of the Kasakh River. Overall, its excellent location provides additional beauty and comeliness to the monastery. Also, you will visit Armenian Alphabet Monument. The complex includes sculptures of 39 letters of Armenian alphabet, as well as monuments to the great Armenian thinkers. All the letters and statues are made of Armenian tufa. Later we'll drive towards Amberd, a 10th-century fortress, located 2,300 meters above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Aragats and at the confluence of the Arkashen and Amberd rivers. Driving back to Yerevan. Afterwards you will visit Vernissage, a large open-air exhibition-market in Yerevan, where you will find anything and everything. Enjoy your stay in our country.

Photoshoot on the streets of Yerevan

Photoshoot on the streets of Yerevan

Wether you're travelling alone or with family/friends: having a photoshoot in this beautiful city will add wonderful memories to your trip. You will be meeting your photographer outside of Republic Square metro (right near the Aram Manukyan statue). We will contact you on the day of your photoshoot via email/whatsapp to make sure the meet up goes smoothly. There are several paths that can be taken and your photographer will take create a custom photoshoot path depending on the time booked and your desired outcome. Let's have fun and create some beautiful memories !

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