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"Junior Eurovision" Song Contest

3-days tour

 

 

Day 1

  • Arrival at "Zvartnots" airport new terminal, Yerevan. Transfer in a comfortable car to the hotel.
  • City tour. Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world (2793 years old). Central streets and avenues of Yerevan, "Cascade" complex - a favorite leisure place of residents and guests. St. Gregory the Illuminator cathedral was built for the 1700th anniversary of adoption of Christianity as state religion, and is the largest cathedral in Yerevan. After consecration of the church, Pope John Paul II visited the Cathedral. Visit to Brandy Factory and tasting different aging cognac.
  • Lunch during the tour.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2

  • Echmiatsin ("Vatican" of Armenia). Cathedral of Holy Etchmiatsin - the main religious and administrative center of Armenian Apostolic Church. It was founded on site of Pagan temple by Gregory the Illuminator in 303 A.D. St. Hripsime monastery was built in 618 A.D. This is impressive and majestic building. Ruins of Zvartnots ("church of vigil forces" in Armenian). Construction of Zvartnots began in 641-643 years, and was carried out intermittently for twenty years. The initiator of the construction was Catholicos Nerses III, who involved architectures from ancient Armenian city Dvin (both are in UNESCO World Heritage List). On December 3th in the Sports and Concert Complex "Junior Eurovision" Song Contest.
  • Lunch during the tour.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

  • "Megeryan carpets" - Factory – Production of variegated handmade Armenian cartpets.Vernissage is one of the most interesting places in Yerevan. Besides traditional souvenirs (jewelry, wood-stone carvings, paintings, embroidery), here old Armenian musical instruments, coins, books also can be found.
  • Lunch during the tour. 

Transfer to "Zvartnots" airport, Yerevan. Departure. 

 

 

"Junior Eurovision" Song Contest

7 Days Tour

 

Day 1:

  • Arrival at "Zvartnots" airport new terminal, Yerevan. Transfer in a comfortable car to the hotel.

Day 2:

  • City tour
  • Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world (2793 years old). Central streets and avenues of Yerevan. "Cascade" complex - a favorite leisure place of residents and guests. St. Gregory the Illuminator cathedral was built for the 1700th anniversary of adoption of Christianity as state religion, and is the largest cathedral in Yerevan. After consecration of the church, Pope John Paul II visited the Cathedral. Visit to Brandy Factory and tasting different aging cognac. On December 3th in the Sports and Concert Complex "Junior Eurovision" Song Contest.
  • Lunch during the tour.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3:

  • Yerevan- Garni - Gegard-Yerevan
  • Breakfast at the hotel. On the way to Garni a short stop at the "Charents Arch", from where opens a breathtaking view over Ararat valley and Mount Ararat. Garni Temple, the only extant temple in Armenia, dating back to the era of paganism and Hellenism. It was devoted to the pagan god of sun-"Mithra". The temple was built by Greek slaves in 76 B.C.It was the summer residence of Armenian kings over 4 centuries. Gegard monastery - the miracle of Armenian architecture, built in the 13th century. A unique complex of cave structures, located in a picturesque valley (both are in UNESCO World Heritage List).
  • Lunch during the tour.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4:

  • Yerevan- Echmiatsin - Zvartnots -Yerevan
  • Echmiatsin ("Vatican" of Armenia). Cathedral of Holy Etchmiatsin - the main religious and administrative center of Armenian Apostolic Church. It was founded on site of Pagan temple by Gregory the Illuminator in 303 A.D. St. Hripsime monastery was built in 618 A.D. This is impressive and majestic building. Ruins of Zvartnots ("church of vigil forces" in Armenian). Construction of Zvartnots began in 641-643 years, and was carried out intermittently for twenty years. The initiator of the construction was Catholicos Nerses III, who involved architectures from ancient Armenian city Dvin (both are in UNESCO World Heritage List).
  • Lunch during the tour.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5:

  • Yerevan-Sevan-Tsakhkadzor-Yerevan
  • Breakfast at the hotel. Lake Sevan - "Blue Pearl" of Armenia is the largest lake in the Caucasus and one of the largest freshwater mountainous lakes in the world. Its area - 1400 square km and is located at an altitude of 1900 m above sea level. The lake is of volcanic formation, and is surrounded by mountain ranges that reach up to 3000 m.Tsakhkadzor("Valley of Flowers" in Armenian) is the ski capital of Armenia, situated in a picturesque wooded valley on the left bank of river Marmarik, at an altitude of 1845m above sea level.
  • Lunch during the tour.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6:

  • Sagmosavank monastery ("monastery of psalms" in armenian) is located on the edge of Kasakh river canyon. The main church of this monastery complex –St. Zion- was built in 1215 by armenian prince Vache Vachutyan. Mughni monastery complex.The main church of monastery complex - St. George-represents a domed hall dating from 1661-1669, with a three-arch gallery-belfry in the western section. The church was built by the architects Sahak Khizanetzi and Murat. The portals are generously carved.

Day 7

  • Transfer to "Zvartnots" airport, Yerevan.
  • Departure.


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