Armenia is becoming an increasingly popular tourist attraction, with the small but charming nation boasting a rich history. Armenia boasts some of Europe’s most stunning views, with the peak of Mount Ararat dominating the country’s skyline. The simply extraordinary collection of medieval monasteries scattered across the country is the number-one attraction, closely followed by a dramatically beautiful landscape that is perfectly suited to hiking and other outdoor activities. And then there’s the unexpected delight of Yerevan – one of Europe’s most exuberant and endearing cities. Put together, they offer an enticing and hugely enjoyable travel experience.
Best Time to Visit
If you’re planning to visit Armenia, the best time to head to this country would be the beginning and ending months of summer – late May and early June or else late September and early October. This is the time when the heat is comparatively less and the weather is comfortable and idle for exploration.So, book your Armenia Tour Packages during these months and explore the beauty of Armenia.
Best Armenia Tour Packages
1. 5 Day Tour To Armenia
During your tour, you will see the Republic Square, “Cat statue”, Cascade, Opera house, Victory Park with Mother Armenia statue. Visit Tsitsernakaberd Memorial park and museum of the victims of Genocide. Departure to Echmiadzin which is mere 20 km from Yerevan. On the way optional stop at St Hripsime church which is considered to be one of the 7 wonders of Armenia. Lunch in a local community tasting local food and communication with the locals. Return to Yerevan with the stop at the ruins of Zvartnots temple – the pearl of the 7th c. architecture (inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage list). Much more in tour package..
2. Armenia In A Week Tour
Armenia is home to countless ancient churches and monasteries. So during your tour you will come across at least some of them and you will have the intention to see them at a closer step as all of them are in various locations and have a very positive and mysterious energy. Much more in tour package..
3. Religious Armenia – Georgia Tour
Visit the monastery of Geghard is a unique architectural construction in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs.While the main chapel was built in 1215, the monastery complex was founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator at the site of a sacred spring inside a cave. Much more in tour package..
4. Tasting Tour of Ritual Dishes Of Armenia
The glory of Armenian cuisine extends far beyond the country’s borders. There is not a place on the post-Soviet territory (and even farther) where people do not know or love and cultivate Armenian cuisine. Armenian Cuisine is as ancient as its history, as the land it is standing on. Armenian culinary traditions are more than 2000 years old. Armenian cuisine has been transformed during the years because of the invaders but due to our grandmothers it has been passed to our generation. Much more in tour package..
5. Wine Festival Tour
Since ancient days Armenia was famous for the wine makers where original traditions were kept until this day. It is possible to learn about this even from works of such philosophers, as Herodotus and Strabo. In 401-400 BC, when the Greek armies led by Xenophon “were passed” on the country Nairi (one of the most ancient names of Armenia), in the Armenian houses they were treated with wine and beer which was kept in deep dugouts in special “karases”.