Beauty of Armenia and Georgia
Airport transfer – City tour in Yerevan
We start our tour from the heart of Yerevan from Republic Square, where it becomes clear why Yerevan is considered to be a pink city. The most important government buildings are gathered here. The cherry on the cake is the singing fountains, which betray the unique atmosphere of the city and color Yerevan evenings. Walking along the old streets of Yerevan, we get to the Northern Avenue. All buildings, cafes, restaurants, shops are crowded with people, life is in full swing here all the time, at any time of the day. Walking we will get straight to the building Opera and Ballet and then to the Cascade, from the height of which a magnificent view of the whole city opens. The current identity of the Armenians was largely formed as a result of the Genocide in 1915. In May 2014 , Forbes magazine included The Armenian Genocide Museum is included in the list of 9 memorial museums that everyone should visit. In the Museum you can learn everything about the events that led to the Genocide, about the Genocide itself and the reaction of the world, including the famous words of Hitler “Who remembers the Armenians now”.
The tour starts at 10:00
Yerevan - Charents Arch - Gegard Monastery - Garni temple - Lavash baking master-class - Yerevan
Our first stop is the Charents Arch, which offers a truly stunning view of the snow-covered Biblical Mount Ararat, which has become a symbol of Armenia. Continuing our way, we get to the Geghard Monastery standing proudly over the abyss. Geghard is the spear that Longinus plunged into the hypochondrium of Jesus Christ, crucified on the Cross. The monastery, built in the IV century, is carved into the rock and is included in UNESCO. Then we are waiting for Garni. The pagan temple in the Greek style, the stones of which are about two meters long, fastened with staples and pins, is one of a kind. After a rich history of the day, we are waiting for the most fascinating and delicious journey for fragrant Armenian bread. We will take part in the baking and tasting of lavash, which will definitely not leave you indifferent.
The duration of the tour is 5-6 hours
The tour starts at 09:00
Yerevan - Gyumri, Museum of Urban Life, Black Fortress, walk along the old streets, Arichavank - Vardzia - Borjomi
We start our tour with a visit to the cultural capital of Armenia, which is the second largest city after Yerevan. The first stop will be in the village of Arich, where we will get acquainted with the history of Arichavank, the pearl of Shirak. Then we will go to Gyumri, walk through the streets of the colorful capital, visit the Church of Seven Wounds, the Church of St. Nshan and St. The Savior. During the city tour, we will visit the famous Black Fortress, which is part of the military-architectural complex of the Alexandropol Fortress. The famous buildings of historical and cultural significance of Gyumri, which are considered the hallmark of the city, will make our route even more impressive and eventful. During the tour, we will also visit the museum of urban life, where we will get acquainted with the history of the city before and after the earthquake. The study of history continues. After Gyumri, we are heading to Georgia, where we will visit the cave city of Vardzia, wrapped in a veil of secrets. Our final stop of the day is the city of Borjomi.
The duration of the tour is 11-12 hours
The tour starts at 10:00
Borjomi - Mtskheta - Tbilisi
We start the second day in the resort town of Borjomi, famous for its regenerating mineral springs. After that we will go to Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Here we will walk through the colorful courtyards, visit the Narikala fortress, admire the stunning view of the city, walk along the glass bridge of the World. Then we will leave Tbilisi in the Back and head to the religious center of Georgia. The city of Mtskheta is located on the banks of the Aragvi and Kura rivers, the confluence of which is clearly visible due to the difference in the color of the water. Jvari Monastery. it stands on the top of a rocky mountain at the confluence of these rivers. The name of this monastery translates as "Monastery of the Cross, and it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. We will also visit Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (literally translated as the life-giving pillar), which is currently the second largest church in Georgia (after the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity). Known as the burial place of the clothes of Christ, Svetitskhoveli was one of the main Georgian Orthodox churches and is one of the most revered places of worship in the region. After that, charged with positive energy, we will return to Yerevan.
The duration of the tour is 13-14 hours
The tour starts at 10:00
Transfer to the Airport
The cost of the program for one person:
|2-3 pax||4-6 pax||7-12 pax|
|$ 1530||$ 950||
*For groups of more than 13 people, there are special discounts
The cost of the program includes:
- ✔ Transfer from and to the Airport
- ✔ Hotel accommodation in Yerevan (2 nights), including breakfast;
- ✔ Hotel accommodation in Gworgia (2 night), including breakfast;
- ✔ Transport services;
- ✔ Tours according to the program;
- ✔ Professional guide services;
- ✔ Bottled water and buns during excursions;
- ✔ Entrance tickets to cultural and historical centers;
- ✔ Wi Fi in transport;
- ✔ Master classes and tastings;
- ❌ Tickets;
- ❌ Alcoholic beverages;
- ❌ Travel insurance;
- ✔ The amount for unused parts of the program is non-refundable.
- ✔ In case of additional services outside the presented program, the cost of the program is subject to additional discussion.
- ✔ This program can be changed according to your wishes.
- ✔ The price is for 1 person in a double room.
For more information, you can call:
+374 91 711 555
+374 41 711 555
+374 43 711 555
+374(43) 711 555