Getaway From Armenia

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Day 1: Arrival - City Tour of Yerevan

You will be met and taken to your accommodation in Yerevan upon arrival at Zvartnots International Airport. Later in the evening, explore Yerevan, often known as "Pink City" because to the pink tint of the stone "tufa." It is an ancient and ancient city, yet it is also regarded a contemporary and wonderful city. Begin your journey in Republic Square, which was built in the 1950s on Tamanian's initiative 20 years after his death. Walking down Northern Avenue, which is the capital's contemporary section and is considered to be the city's heart. Following that, we'll make a picture stop at the Opera House and Swan Lake. Proceed to the Cascade monument, an open-air museum. Ascend the steps for a breathtaking perspective of Yerevan. Take a stroll through the memorial park and make a pit stop at the Mother Armenia Monument. Overnight in a Yerevan hotel.

Day 2: Yerevan - Tsakhadzor - Sevan Lake - Yerevan

This morning, travel for Tsakhkadzor (Gorge of Flowers), a tourist town surrounded by wooded mountains. Tour of the city by foot. The opportunity to ride the ropeway to the summit of Mount Teghenis, from where you will get a spectacular view of the wooded town. The journey will bring us to Lake Sevan, which will undoubtedly be a highlight of your vacation. Climb the stairs to the peninsula's summit for a breathtaking glimpse of the "blue-eyed" lake. Tour of the peninsula's sights. At an elevation of 1897 metres above sea level, Lake Sevan is considered one of the world's largest sweet lakes. Overnight in a Yerevan hotel. (B)

Day 3: Yerevan – Garni – Geghard – Vernissage

Today, travel to Geghard Monastery (13th century), a monastery hewn from a cave. The monastery was originally called Ayrivank, which translates as "the Monastery of the Cave." Today, the monastery is often referred to as Geghard, or more entirely. Geghardavank translates as "the Spear Monastery." Additionally, the monastery is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Continue our trek to the 1st century Garni Pagan Temple. The temple was consecrated to the God of the Sun Mithra by Armenian King Tiridates. Garni is Armenia's only surviving Hellenistic temple. The temple's steps are enormous and lofty, which signifies that each person ascending them is demeaning to the God of the Sun. Return to Yerevan and stop at the Vernissage flea market, which sells a variety of national souvenirs, jewellery, and a variety of traditional things. Overnight in a Yerevan hotel. (B)

Day 4: Depart Yerevan.

This morning, you'll be taken to Zvartnots International Airport in order to catch a flight home or to your next destination. (B)

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