Every season in Armenia has its own bright colors, beautiful  nature and amazing  flavours. Every season has its prominence, whether the snow-white winter wonderland, the golden autumn, the colorful spring, or the sunny  summer with a bounty of aromatic and delicious fruits and vegetables. Whether by land or air, this ancient land of Armenia awaits You to explore its rich culture and traditions. Here are the 18 reasons to visit Armenia.

  1. Admire the Mystic Nature and Breathtaking Views
  2. Taste Local Food
  3. Experience Armenian Hospitality
  4. Ride the Wings of Tatev
  5. Souvenir Shopping at Vernissage
  6. Travel with Family
  7. A place Safe All Day Long
  8. Learn How to Bake Lavash
  9. Taste Armenian Wine and Brandy
  10. Explore Living History
  11. Watch the Stars at the Byurakan Observatory
  12. Take a Selfie with Your Armenian Letter
  13. Dive into the Rich Culture and Traditions
  14. Walk the Cascade
  15. Hike at the Dilijan National Park
  16. Join the Festivals and Events
  17. Experience the Extreme
  18. Explore the Winter Wonderland


Armenia is a mountainous, landlocked country. It has a territory of 29, (11,490 sq. miles) and borders Georgia on the north, Azerbaijan on the east, Turkey and Iran on the west and south respectively. The route of this tour passes from the South to North and from the East to West through the central parts of the country.

Being part of our cultural and historical tour you will have the opportunity to see monasteries that stand still over the ages, fast flowing rivers and green valleys that look like a carpet under your feet, to meet local people and gain new friends. In a few words this journey will show you the most popular major sights in Armenia as well as attractions in the quite remote areas of the country.

If you are interested in experiencing new customs and traditions at home with our hospitable people as well as in gaining more knowledge about one of the oldest countries in the world.


The Cascade in Yerevan

Today's Yerevan simply does not appear without its main attraction - the Cascade. It is systematically ordered and artistically decorated stairs, sculptures, fountains, Flower beds on the slopes of the Kanaker Hills, which in general represent a monumental structure.


The Monument of

In the center of Yerevan the monument of "Mother of Armenia" rises above the city. The monument of 54 meters, made of copper, is designed to perpetuate the feat of the people of Armenia in the Great Patriotic War. Traditionally, the image of the Motherland is a woman. Strength, power and victory are symbolized by the monument "Mother Armenia".


Temple of Zvartnots

At the beginning of the 20th century, 10 km from Yerevan, a group of researchers discovered the ruins of an ancient temple buried under the roof itself under a layer of earth and sand. Having dug up the structure and reconstructed its original appearance, the scientists came to the conclusion that earlier on the site of the hill there was a religious structure.


Historical Museum of Armenia

The Republic Square in Yerevan is known for the fact that it is surrounded by a lot of attractions and interesting places. Among the most famous and most visited are the National Historical Museum of Armenia.

Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex

Tsitsernakaberd or "the swallow's fortress" is a memorial complex on the hill of the same name in Yerevan, dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide of 1915. The 44-meter-high stele symbolizes the revival of the Armenian people, and 12 plates - 12 provinces that left Turkey. Plates form a cone, in the center of which an eternal flame burns.


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