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Jan Armenia Tours & Travel is a full-service travel provider in Armenia with 99 % customers’ satisfaction rate, offering the best quality and affordable prices. We organize Cultural, Religious and Gastronomic Daily Group, Private Tours, Multi-Day packages, Accommodation, Transfers in Armenia, Artsakh and Georgia. The important direction of the company’s activities is MICE. We have a huge experience in organizing business travel: meetings and conferences. During this 5 years, Jan Armenia Tours & Travel implemented many unique ideas relating to tours, created the best itineraries for you and guided you into the places that only local people know about. The variety of tours and services that we offer is ranking us to one of the best travel companies in the region! If you want to be a part of a group, join our cultural and gastronomic group tours, if not – get the private tour with an experienced tour guide or travel without guide – with highly qualified and multilingual drivers. Our high quality modern vehicles are equipped with air-conditioner and Wi-Fi. Just live the experience with Jan Armenia Tours & Travel – take fantastic memories with you!
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Yerevan Card – Official Tourist Pass
“Yerevan Card” is the official city pass which is a unique means for using privileges almost in all the institutions and services offered in the city. The card gives the right of free visit to the museums, attractions, free participation in the city tours and usage of city transport (taxi, subway). With this card you can also receive discounts during 1 year at the best restaurants, shops, hotels and the partner organizations the number of which exceeds 150.
I travelled to Yerevan with my friends and took part in some interesting tours offered by Jan Armenia travel agency. I really liked them, not only beacuse the tours were... read more
We wanted to book a driver for a three day tour from Yerevan to the south of Armenia then back up by lake Sevan and on up to Tbilisi in... read more