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Armenia Travel

Armenia in 1 Week

It's the perfect summer trip: see the sites, meet new people, have some kick-ass food, and discover a new culture in this undiscovered travel destination. Here's how we did it in only 1 week.

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Day 1: Yerevan

We spent our first day in the capital city of Armenia, enjoying the amazing array of history, cultural sites, great views, and amazing food that the city has to offer. Sites include Armenian Genocide Memorial, Cafesjian Center for the Arts, Mother Armenia Statue, Vernissage, Gumi Shuka Market, and Holy Mother of God Church. Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site.

Day 2: Yerevan

Sites on day two include Echmiadzin, Zvartnots, Garni, and Geghard. Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site.

Day 3: Yerevan → Dilijan

Sites include the Armenian Alphabet Park, Amberd Fortress, Mount Aragats, Haghpat Monastery Complex, and Dilijan.  Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site.

Day 4: Dilijan → Hermon

Sites include Lake Sevan, Sevanavank Monastery, Noratus Cemetery, Selim Caravanserai, Yeghegis Jewish Cemetery, and Lucytour Hotel.  Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site.

Day 5: Hermon → Stepanakert

Sites on day five include Tatev Monastery, Khndzoresk Cave Village, Gandzasar Monastery, and Stepanakert.  Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site. The Nagorno Karabakh Republic remains unrecognized by much of the world, including Google which offers only inaccurate and outdated maps.  For more accurate information go to www.justiceforartsakh.weebly.com.

Day 6: Stepanakert → Goris

Sites on day six include the Umbrella Falls, Tiger Cave, Shushi Cliffs, and Goris.  Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site.

Day 7: Goris → Yerevan

Sites include Karahunj, Noravank Monastery, Areni Wine Country, Khor Virap Monastery, and Yerevan at night.  Hover on each photo for more information on desktop site.

For travel services in Armenia, contact Hayk Avagyan at haykavagyan787@yahoo.com, or www.travelatarmenia.com