From Tbilisi: day private tour to Armenia Sevan Lake

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  • 12 hr

Unique one-day tour, filled with a rich history and beautiful nature. We will show you the ancient monastery Sevanavank, Armenian resort Dilijan and the largest freshwater high-altitude (alpine) lake in Eurasia - Sevan and much more!

Itinerary Details

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Pass By:

Monument 30 years of Victory in World War II, or as it is called by the people of Georgia - the mother is an eternal memory, which welcomes visiting travelers, as well as local residents at the entrance to the sunny city of Marneuli. The monument is presented in the form of a bronze woman who builds behind two children with one sword for two in her hands. Merab Konstantinovich Berdzenishvili - an outstanding sculptor of Soviet times, who created this masterpiece and received the corresponding award for it in 1976. The basic idea is that people remember the cost of winning the war.

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Here we cross the border of Georgia and Armenia. Crossing the border usually takes 10-20 minutes.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Dilijan National Park

The forests of Dilijan cover an area of more than 34,000 hectares. For the enrichment of the natural life around Dilijan, the state forest reserve was founded in 1958 to become known as Dilijan National Park later in 2002. Woods cover 94% of the park territory and with around 40 types of trees and 18 types of bushes, being mostly oaks, beeches, hornbeams, maples, elms, willows, etc.

Stop At: Monument to the Heroes of the Film Mimino

Commemorating a legendary Soviet movie, Monument to the Heroes of the Film Mimino features statues of key characters and provides a great photo op. In the center of town, the memorial depicts three characters standing around a drinking water faucet in conversation. A photo opportunity for film connoisseurs or simply a spot to refill your bottle--either way, bring your camera.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Sharambeyan Street

Lined with traditional houses and artisan workshops, Sharambeyan Street takes you hundreds of years back in time. Situated within a national park, the area, popularly known as "Little Switzerland" for its forested hills and picturesque houses made of stone and wood, remains home of many Armenian visual artists, musicians, and filmmakers. Browse through the small shops or check into one of the guesthouses. The street is also home to an art gallery and a museum.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan - the Jewel of Armenia, known as the Geghama Sea. It is one of the largest high-mountainous fresh water lakes in the world. Here you will have lunch in one of the restaurants will a beautiful view. You can try Armenian cuisine and fresh fish from the lake.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Monastery Sevanavank

Sevanavank Monastery is the most prominent landmark of medieval Armenian architecture. This is a monastic complex located not far from the town of Sevan.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: The Bridge of Peace

We back to Tbilisi in the late evening but we can also drop-off you in Yerevan if you need it.
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