Day1 City tour, Garni, Geghard
Day2 Tbilisi city tour
Day3 Sevan lake, Haghartsin, Parz lake
Day4 Vernisaj, Departure
Day1 Our today’s program is started from City tour in Yerevan, which includes following sightseeing places: Cascade complex, Republic Square, Opera House, Matenadaran. Next step is Geghard monastery, it is one of the most visiting places of Armenia, Geghard is a medieval monastery, founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visiting Garni we also choose to visit temple of Garni, it is a Hellenistic temple, founded in 77 AD.
Day2 Tbilisi trip offers a perfect introduction to must see places in the city and covers all major tourist attractions, including old town and surrounding wall, Meidan square, sulphur bath district, Mtkvari river, Metekhi wall, Dry bridge, Flea market, Rike park, Peace bridge, Freedom square, Rustaveli avenue, Heroes square, Agmashenebeli avenue and much more. After our trip we will be back to Yerevan.
Day3 Sevan lake is the largest lake in Armenia and the Caucasus region, here we will visit Sevanavank, founded in 874 by Princss Mariam, the daughter of Ashot I. After Sevan we continue our trip to Dilijan, here you will be admired with the beauty of the Haghartsin monastery, founded between the 10th and 14th centuries. On the way we will have a stop by the Lake Parz.
Day4 Visit Vernissage, large open-air marketin center of Yerevan. Depurture
The Yerevan Vernissage is an open-air exhibition-market functioning on the weekends. It was formed during the 1980s by Armenian artists who started to display their art works in the square next to the Artists Union of Armenia.
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- All transfers
- All acomodations (3* hotel in Yerevan and in the region)
- Half board (lunch and breakfast), drinking water
- Guide services
- Entrance fees
- Tour program
- The tour is free for children under 5
- 50% discount for children under 12 years