This tour is an ideal choice for those who want to visit Armenia with family for a short time. The tour is made for 2 adults and 2 children up to 17 years. During the tour, You will enjoy your stay in the hotel Tsirani, which is about a 20 minute drive from the city center, so you can always stroll along the "pink" capital- Yerevan. Hotel's green territory, fresh air and organic food will ensure Your complete rest and our excursions will allow You to "touch" the history of millenniums of Armenian nation.
Details of tour program.
Arrival to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, one of the ancient cities in the world. A brief sightseeing city tour and hotel check-in
Day 2. Introduction to Armenian history and familiarization with Yerevan (Matenadaran, the State Museum of History of Armenia, Armenian Genocide Museum, Brandy Factory "Ararat",The Cascade Complex).
Breakfast in the hotel. Visit to Matenadaran, a scientific research institute, named after the founder of the Armenian alphabet Mesrop Mashtots which is a unique repository of ancient Armenian manuscripts in its kind. For a more thorough acquaintance with the history of Armenia, we will visit the National History Museum of Armenia, which carries visitors into the most distant past. Coins of two thousand years, jewelry, rugs, household items of ancient Armenians - all of this and much more constitutes the exposure of the museum (nearly 400,000 exhibits). A brief pause for lunch, during which time you will enjoy an unforgettable taste of Armenian dolma. After lunch, we will visit the museum and memorial to the victims of the Armenian Genocide carried out by Ottoman Turkey in 1915. A tour to the famous legendary Yerevan Brandy Company “ArArAt”, which products have repeatedly been honored with medals at various international exhibitions. Knowingly as a recipe for longevity, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill recommended: "Never be late for dinner, smoke Hawaiian cigars and drink Armenian cognac." In the evening we will have a walk through the most favorite place of Yerevan citizens, the Cascade complex. Back to the hotel.
Day 3. Gegard Monastery complex, the Sun God’s pagan temple of Garni.
Breakfast in the hotel. Our journey starts with a small stop at the arch named after the famous Armenian poet Yeghishe Charents, with views of the Biblical Mount Ararat. Then we are heading to the monastic complex Geghard (IV century). This unique architectural construction is included in the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage.The full name – is Gegardavank, literally - "The spear monastery". The name of the monastery complex comes from the spear of Longinus that pierced the body of Jesus Christ on the Cross, and, allegedly, brought to Armenia by Apostle Judas Thaddaeus. Now the spear is exhibited in the Museum of Etchmiadzin. Our next goal is the Sun God’s pagan temple, which is in the neighboring village - Garni. Temple of Garni - is the only preserved monument in Armenia belonging to the era of paganism and Hellenism. Near the temple are preserved the remains of an ancient fortress (76) and the royal palace, as well as the bath house which was built in the III century. Next we will go back to the hotel, have a dinner and look how the national bread lavash is baked in tonir.
Breakfast in the hotel. Check-out from the hotel. Airport shuttle service.
|Hotel Tsirani||price for 2 adults+ 2 kids up to 17 years|
|2 bedroom suite||310000 AMD|
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THE PRICE INCLUDES: transfers throughout the entire program at comfortable transport, accommodation, two meals a day (breakfast and lunch), professional guide, tour entrance fees, brandy degustation .
THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE: airfare, medical insurance, alcoholic beverages.
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French-Armenian legendary singer Charles Aznavour’s ilfe and activity will be concluded in one act ballet, Principal Balletmaster of Alexander Spendaryan National Academic State Opera and Ballet Theatre.
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