Discover Armenia in One Week

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7 Days 6 Nights
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Tour Details

Discover gems of Armenia in a week with Armenia Hospitality.

Departure & Return Location

Zvartnots International Airport

Departure Time

2 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • All transportation in destination location
  • Hotel accomodation
  • Tour guide
  • Entrance fees
  • MealsHotel breakfast

Price Excludes

  • Flights & travel insurance
  • Any private expenses
What to Expect

Day 1Arrival - Hotel – Yerevan Walking Tour

– Arrival.
– Transfer to the hotel.
– Short walking tour in the city center in the evening.

Day 2Yerevan - City Tour - Matenadaran - Genocide Museum - Megerian Carpet

– Breakfast at the hotel.
– Matenadaran – The Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts is a repository of ancient manuscripts, research institute and museum located in Yerevan, Armenia. It holds one of the world’s richest depositories of medieval manuscripts and books which span a broad range of subjects, including history, philosophy, medicine, literature, art history and cosmography in Armenian and many other languages.
– Cascade is a giant stairway in Yerevan, Armenia. It links the downtown Kentron area of Yerevan with the Monument neighborhood.
– Opera House.
– Lunch.
– Genocide Museum is the official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide, built in 1967 on the hill of Tsitsernakaberd in Yerevan.
– Megerian Carpet in Yerevan has a spectacular showroom where visitors from foreign countries as well as local residents can make their purchases. Visitors and guests are welcome to watch the production of the rugs which involve dyeing of the yarns by using vegetable dyes, weaving, shearing, finishing, etc. Enjoy a unique experience worth remembering.

Day 3Yerevan - Charents Ark - Geghard - Garni - Hotel - Vernissage

– Breakfast at the hotel.
– Drive to Charents Ark. Charents was an Armenian poet, writer and public activist.
– Higher up the gorge of the Azat river, there is a magnificent monument of medieval Armenian architecture Geghard monastery inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage list. The monastery is partly carved out of a mountain.
– Departure to Garni Temple. It was built in the first century A.D. by the Armenian King Tiridates and it is dedicated to a heathen god, probably to Mithra, the god of the sun whose figure stood in the depth of the sanctuary.
– Lunch in habitat house.
– Return to Yerevan.
– Visiting Vernissage, a large open-air market in Yerevan, Armenia. The market mainly features a collection of different types of traditional Armenian art works.

Day 4Yerevan - Zvartnots Temple - Etchmiadzin - Ararat Brandy Factory - Parajanov Museum

– Breakfast at the hotel.
– Zvartnots temple – the pearl of the 7th c. architecture (inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage list).
– Etchmiadzin Cathedral was built between the years 301 – 303 AD under the Armenian king Tiridates III and the first Armenian Catholicos, St. Gregory the Illuminator.
– Lunch in Echmiadzin.
– Return to Yerevan.
– Visiting famous Ararat Brandy Factory. It is the leading enterprise of Armenia for the production of alcoholic beverages. Its main brand name is Ararat. Walk around the ageing cellar and see how the brandy spirits are preserved, know who have nominal barrels and enjoy the delicate aroma of the cellar. Pass a pleasant and memorable time in the tasting hall enjoying the delicious “THREE STARS”, “AKHTAMAR”.
– Visiting Parajanov Museum.

Day 5Yerevan - Dilijan - Goshavanq - Lunch - Hagartsin - Parz Lake - Yerevan

– Breakfast at the hotel.
– Drive to Dilijan. Dilijan is a resort town in the Tavush Province of Armenia. Usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the locals, it is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated in Dilijan National Park. The forested and reclusive city is home to numerous Armenian artists, composers, and filmmakers and features some traditional Armenian architecture.
– Goshavank is a 12th- or 13th-century Armenian monastery located in the Gosh village. Today the monastery is not a functioning religious complex, although it remains a popular tourist destination and has recently undergone some light restoration
– Lunch in Goshavank.
– Haghartsin is a 13th-century monastery located near the town of Dilijan in the Tavush Province of Armenia, built between the 10th and 14th centuries.
– Parz lake is a small lake located in the Dilijan National Park east of Dilijan in Armenia. The lake was formed by natural climatic changes.
– Return to Yerevan.

Day 6Yerevan - Sevan - Sevanavank - Yerevan

– Breakfast at the hotel.
– Drive to Sevan. Lake Sevan is the largest lake in Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in the world.
– Lunch in Sevan.
– Sevanavank is a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan. Initially the monastery was built at the southern shore of a small island.

Day 7Departure

– Breakfast.
– Check out and transfer to the airport.