Yerevan is the perfect place for your amazing weekend trip – the city that divides Europe and Asia is a must visit destination for people of different culture. It is fast developing city with tourist attractions at every turn.
Thinking of Armenia you imagine the perfect combination of the old and new, the high mountains, fresh and relaxing air of Dilijan, world famous Armenian cognac, tastiest dolma, Armenian barbeque and khash, the spiritual corners at every turn….
In Armenia you will face the perfect equality of people. It is considered to be one of the safest countries in the world for both solo travelers as well as for families. Low crime level and the hospitality of the Armenians allow you to enjoy your time with no fear for your safety. Your next guarantee for safety after the locals are the police officers. You can find them easily on the streets if needed. The policemen dressed in light blue are there for anyone always.
So what to do in Armenia on weekends and how much does it cost?
Need one tour that will explore everything for you? – The culture, the history, the cuisine, the people, the traditions, the architecture and the religion
Take Jan Armenia’s gastronomic tour and discover it all – must-have 9 dishes and drinks, participate in master classes and tastings, visit the best tourist destinations – Garni temple – it is the only standing Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia and the former Soviet Union. Built in the Ionic order in the village of Garni, Armenia, it is the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia, Geghard Monastery – medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site with enhanced protection status, Lake Sevan – is the largest body of water in Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high-altitude (alpine) lakes in Eurasia and, and Sevanavank – monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia, not far from the town of Sevan. Initially the monastery was built at the southern shore of a small island. After the artificial draining of Lake Sevan, which started in the era of Joseph Stalin, the water level fell about 20 meters, and the island transformed into a peninsula.