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Explore the Beauty of Dilijan

1. Explore the Beauty of Dilijan

Start your trip early in the morning by visiting Dilijan, which is well-known as “The Little Switzerland” of Armenia. It is a worthwhile place to spend at least a single day. Unforgettable memories will be created while strolling in the Old Dilijan Complex. Here, you will have the opportunity to explore and participate in the wood and ceramic workshops, as well as buy some unique handmade souvenirs from the mineral and silver, ideal for your loved ones. Depart to the most romantic part of this trip - The Parz Lich (Clear Lake). It embodies the majestic site of this city. Here, you will enjoy your time in the nature embrace while listening to incredible facts from your expert guide. Take a boat trip on the calm water of this lake, while capturing memorable photographs of the heavenly surrounding nature. Then to end this magnificent day trip by relaxing your mind from the daily hustle and bustle on the lakeside, before the comfortable return back to the Capital city Yerevan.

Yerevan: Self-Guided Audio Tour

2. Yerevan: Self-Guided Audio Tour

There's so much to explore in Yerevan. See the best of the city as you take advantage of the navigation functionality and suggested walking routes offered by this self-guided audio tour. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the city as you check out iconic landmarks including Republic Square, the Cascade Complex, the National Gallery of Armenia, and the Armenian Opera Theatre. Tune into the audio commentary to hear all about the tourist hotspots. Go at your own pace and take a break whenever you fancy. When you’re ready, plan your next walking route, pinpoint your favorite sights and seek out the best photo opportunities as you explore the city.

From Yerevan: 1-Way Private Transfer to Tbilisi

3. From Yerevan: 1-Way Private Transfer to Tbilisi

Ensure your travels are hassle-free with this convenient private 1-way transfer from your hotel or address in Yerevan to Tbilisi. Enjoy your own personal driver and ride in comfort on an air-conditioned, high-quality vehicle.   On your day of travel, get picked up by your driver in Yerevan, then simply sit back and relax as you’re taken to your destination in Tbilisi. During your ride, take in views from the car as you pass through Lake Sevan, Dilijan, and more.

Discover Echmiadzin and Zvartnots

4. Discover Echmiadzin and Zvartnots

Soak up the history of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, on this half-day tour. The visit to Echmiadzin is an essential part of any trip to Armenia. It is considered to be the oldest cathedral in the world. The original church was built in the early fourth century, after the adoption of Christianity. The cathedral is the main shrine of religious Christian Armenians worldwide. This holy place is among the most visited destinations in the country. Next, explore the seventh century church, Saint Hripsime, which is located close to the Mother Cathedral. It is one of the oldest classical churches in the country, dedicated to the martyred Saint Hripsime. Your final stop will be the gorgeous ruins of Zvartnots – the cathedral of the 7th century. This monument is quite impressive for the onlooker. Its unique design is a proof of developed Armenian architecture of the time. You will learn the history, as well as interesting facts about this astonishing cathedral. After uncovering the secrets of these ruins, seeing the serene locations and experiencing the magical atmosphere, you will return to the city.   

Explore the Capital City Yerevan in a half-day tour

5. Explore the Capital City Yerevan in a half-day tour

Join this 4-5 hour excursion to experience the highlights of Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia. The tour will start from Matenadaran, the Institute of Ancient Manuscripts. Matenadaran in Old Armenian means “manuscript store” or “library”. It is considered to be the major center of the preservation of the Armenian literature. The second stop is Megeryan Carpet factory. Get a chance to immerse yourself in the world of Armenian carpets and rugs, as well as learn about the art of carpet-weaving. Different collections of traditional Armenian carpets are presented in the factory. This is an amazing place, where guests can also buy unique examples from different collections of this factory. Then, you will enjoy a memorable visit to Yerevan Brandy Company. The guide will tell you about the remarkable history of this factory, as well as Armenian cognac production. You will have a chance to discover how is produced cognac from the grape vine to the bottle. You will enjoy a tasting to compare excellent quality cognacs of various ages, as well as get an opportunity to purchase products directly from the producer.    After this interesting discovery, you will return to the initial meeting point.

Armenia: Wine, Brandy and Crayfish Party

6. Armenia: Wine, Brandy and Crayfish Party

Begin your day with a private transfer to Ararat Brandy Factory, where your local guide will share with you the secrets of making and preserving the legendary cognac. After learning the history of Armenia's number one brand, you will have a brandy tasting session, paired with dark delicious chocolate. In the afternoon, you will be driven to the western region of the country - Aragatsotn. The fertile lands of the province are the best for the production of world-class wines. In a cozy restaurant, have a delicious dining experience and a glass of good wine in the spacious balcony that overlooks ArmAs Estate with Mount Ararat in the background. In the evening you will be driven back to Yerevan, in order to take part in traditional beer and crayfish eating evening. Fresh and plentiful crayfish always goes smoothly with good local beer. This is a real ritual for Armenians and is one of the most entertaining ways of spending the evening in a friendly atmosphere. At the end of the day, you will be dropped off at your hotel for enjoying well-deserved rest. 

Discover Geghard Monastery and Garni temple, half-day trip

7. Discover Geghard Monastery and Garni temple, half-day trip

This 4-5 hour amazing short tour presents two diverse architectural monuments of Pagan and Christian Armenia. It will start from Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. The first destination will be the Monastery of Geghard. It is a marvelous monastery complex surrounded by cliffs and mountains. Being partially in caves, it is in full harmonization with nature. This unique example of Armenian medieval architecture is inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The next is Garni, the only pagan temple in Armenia, which survived after adopting Christianity. It is located not far from the Geghard monastery. This is the only standing Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia from the first century A.D., as a temple dedicated to the God of Sun, Mihr. After the exploration of these fascinating sights, you will return back to the initial meeting point.

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What people are saying about Yerevan

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 12 reviews

Wonderful tour. The guide was very friendly and personable and very knowledge. She was able to share a lot about the sites we visited and about Armenia's culture and history. The tour allows for time to walk around and take photos of the sites. The best tour I have been on!

An interesting trip.

In a group of 4 friends we participated in this trip. The guide - the driver of the KIA car fulfilled his duties well. Thank you Mr. Samuel for the nice time and showing us a piece of interesting Armenia,

Great Tour, we learned a lot about the Armenian history. We had a very good and reliable driver and we are very satisfied.

Our guide, Narek, was fantastic. He was knowledgeable, enthusiastic and friendly. The sights were amazing.