Tour to Yerevan Sevan Dilijan Armenia from Tbilisi 2 days

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Experience the best of Armenia in just two days with our exciting tour from Tbilisi. Discover the charming town of Dilijan and the stunning Lake Sevan before heading to the vibrant capital city of Yerevan for a comprehensive tour. Marvel at the ancient Temple of Garni, a unique and well-preserved pagan temple, and explore the breathtaking Geghard Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage site. What makes this tour unique is the perfect balance of natural beauty, culture, and history, all packed into just two days. Our expert guides will take you on a journey through time, sharing fascinating stories about Armenia's rich heritage and traditions. With comfortable transportation, flexible itineraries, and professional service, this tour is an excellent choice for those short on time. Book now and experience the best of Armenia!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Transfers & Tours in Georgia

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Day 1 Road to Yerevan

Stop At: Bagratashen

Here we cross the border of Georgia and Armenia

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: 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.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Lake Sevan

Ancient relict Sevan Lake – “The Jewel of Armenia” or the “Geghama Sea” is one of the largest high-mountainous fresh water lakes in the world and the main attraction not only Gekarkunik, but whole Armenia. This nature's wonder is located in the very middle of Armenian highland in a huge mountain bowl framed with picturesque peaks at the height of 1,900 m. The lake's surface area is 940 sq km, the maximum depth - 95 m; maximum length – about 70 km, width - 30-50 km. Sevan is fed by 28 rivers but only one flows out – the Razdan. The biggest river flowing in the lake is the Mayerik.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Republic Square

Republic Square is the central town square in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Check-in in Hotel.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Armenian National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Alexander Spendiaryan

Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet named after Alexander Spendiaryan in Yerevan was officially opened on 20 January 1933, with Alexander Spendiaryan's Almast opera performance. The opera building was designed by the Armenian architect Alexander Tamanian.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Cafesjian Center for the Arts

Inspired by the vision of its founder, Gerard L. Cafesjian, the museum offers a wide variety of exhibitions, derived from the Gerard L. Cafesjian collection of contemporary art. Opened in November 2009, besides the exhibition of unique works of modern art, the museum offers a diverse program of lectures, films, concerts, and numerous educational initiatives for adults and children. Over one million people have visited the Center annually since its opening.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 2 Garni, Geghard And Azat Canyon

Stop At: Vernissage Market

Yerevan Vernissage is a large open-air market in Yerevan, Armenia. The name of the market is derived from the French word vernissage. The market lies along Aram and Buzand streets at a length of 350 meters, connecting the Hanrapetutyun street with the Khanjyan street.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Garni Temple

Discover Garni, Armenia's most iconic Hellenistic temple! Dating back to the 1st century AD, this magnificent structure boasts stunning classical architecture and is surrounded by a dramatic mountainous backdrop. But Garni's history is not just about the temple itself. Unfortunately, a devastating earthquake in 1679 caused the temple's colonnade to collapse, leaving it in ruins. However, the scattered masonry and ornamental friezes remained, allowing for the temple to be reconstructed to its former glory. Now, visitors can explore the stunning temple, marvel at the intricate carvings and mosaics, and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Don't forget to check out the nearby 7th-century church and the Arabic and Armenian inscriptions that tell the story of Garni's rich and varied history.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Garni Gorge

Garni Gorge is a natural wonder in the Azat River basin and is home to the "Symphony of Stones" or "Basalt Organ." This awe-inspiring natural monument is included in the list of RA's natural landmarks and features gigantic hexagonal and pentagonal basalt columns that rise nearly 50 meters high. These majestic columns appear to be carved by hand, and their remarkable symmetry is truly breathtaking. The stones, suspended against gravity, resemble the pipes of a magnificent organ, which is why it is also known as the "Basalt Organ Pipes." The sound of flowing water from the Azat River only adds to the magical experience of this natural wonder. Visitors can explore the gorge and marvel at the stunning views of the "Symphony of Stones" while listening to the enchanting melody of the river. Don't miss the opportunity to witness this unique and unforgettable sight during your visit to Garni.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: The Monastery of Geghard

Welcome to Geghard Monastery, one of the most fascinating cultural and historical landmarks in Armenia! This ancient monastery, nestled in the heart of the mountains, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts visitors from all over the world. Geghard Monastery was founded in the 4th century, and its name means "spear" in Armenian, referring to the spear that was used to wound Jesus on the cross. The monastery is renowned for its unique architecture, which combines Armenian traditional building techniques with innovative medieval designs, creating an extraordinary blend of ancient and modern styles. As you explore the monastery, you will be amazed by the intricate carvings, ancient inscriptions, and beautiful frescoes that adorn the walls and ceilings of the chapels and churches. One of the highlights of the monastery is the Holy Lance Chapel, which houses the spear that is believed to have wounded Jesus.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Charent's Arch

Driving on the picturesque Yerevan-Garni highway, you'll come across an unmissable sight on your right: the Charents Arch. This stunning monument, named after the legendary Armenian poet and patriot Yeghishe Charents, is a must-see for anyone visiting Armenia. While the stone arch may appear simple at first glance, it's actually a fascinating landmark with an interesting history. The architect Rafael Israelian was so struck by the breathtaking view of the majestic Mount Ararat from the hill in the village of Voghjaberd that he decided to build an arch there. The Arch of Charents, also known as the Arch of Ararat, stands at an altitude of 1500 meters and is a popular attraction for tourists visiting Armenia. Not only does the arch offer a stunning panoramic view of Mount Ararat all day long, but it's also included in the list of historical and cultural landmarks of Voghjaberd.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tbilisi

Return to Georgia to your accommodation in Tbilisi. Also, if you want you can stay in Yerevan.
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