Weekend Group Tour in Armenia

Day 1: After Having a Breakfast in your hotel you will meet the Driver and the Guide in your hotel lobby and depart from Georgia,Tbilisi to Armenia. After our stops on both country borders, our first stop will be in Dilijan, Getaprestaurant lunch for one hour. Then our next stop will be in the lake Sevan and Sevanavank - a monastic complex dated back to 874 A.D. The two churches of the complex, SurpArakelots meaning the "Holy Apostles" and SurpAstvatsatsin meaning the "Holy Mother of God". Both are quite similar in appearance. Lake Sevan is the largest body of water in Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in Eurasia. The lake is situated in Gegharkunik Province, at an altitude of 1,900 m above sea level. The total surface area of its basin is about 5,000 km2.

After the views of mesmerizing lake Sevanwe will continue our way to Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia. In the evening we will start our Yerevan city tour. One of the most ancient cities in the world, According to historical studies, Yerevan is older than Rome and Athens, and its history is 2800 years old. Visiting Mother Armenia and the victory Park, Cascade Complex then, we will walk through Opera and Ballet house, Northern Avenue and our last stop will be Republic Square with it unique architecture and singing fountains. After the busy day you we will go to your hotel in Yerevan to have a rest for the following day.

Day 2: After having a breakfast in your hotel you will meet the driver and the guide in your hotel lobby. The tour starts with Garni Pagan temple. The temple dedicated to the Armenian sun god Mihr. Built in the middle of the 1st century CE, the Temple of Garni remarkably survived the destruction of pagan temples following Armenia's conversion to Christianity in the 4th century CE,

Afterwards we will continue tour to the Geghard Monastery. Geghard (Armenian: "the spear") is a medieval monastery located in Armenia’s Kotayk province, Geghardis renown throughout Armenia for its medieval art and architecture, and local traditions associate the site with Saint Gregory the Illuminator (c. 257 – c. 331 CE) who came to the area to found a small Christian chapel in the 4th century CE. Geghard’s name attests to the former presence of a spear that supposedly pierced the body of Jesus Christ while he was crucified.

After Geghard monastery we will continue our tour to Tsaghkadzor which means the ''Gorge of Flowers''. TsaghkadzorSki Resort, is a sports and tourists facilities located just above the Armenian town of Tsaghkadzor of Kotayk Province, It was opened in 1986 adjacent to the Tsaghkadzor Olympic Sports Complex. Alongside the winter sports, here you can enjoy a cable car and get a fantastic views of Beautify Armenian nature.

After enjoying the Ski resort we will drive back to Georgia, pass the border again and drive to Tbilisi.


Weekend in Armenia Day 1
Pick-up from Hotel in Tbilisi
Trip to Border of Georgia-Armenia
Lake Sevan
Sevanank Monastery
Yerevan City Tour
Statue of Mother Armenia
Victory Park
Cascade Complex
Opera and Ballet House
Northern Avenue
Republic Square
Drop-offs 19:00 – 20:00
Night Stay Yerevan
Weekend in Armenia Day 2
Breakfast in Hotel
Hotel Pick-ups 09:00 – 10:00
Garni Pagan Temple
Geghard Monastery
Tsaghkadzor Ski Resort
Lunch Break One Hour
Trip back to Tbilisi
Drop-offs 19:00-20:00
Night Stay Tbilisi
tour inclusions

3*  Hotel for 1 Night in Yerevan

Breakfast in Hotel

Tbilisi-Yerevan-Tbilisi Transfer

Visa Fees for Armenia

Entrance fees

Tours by Touristic Vehicle

English Speaking Guide

Drinking water

Local Tax

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