Armenia is the first Christian country in the world, a huge number of holy places have remained on its territory: ancient temples, monasteries and churches, to which thousands of tourists from all over the world make pilgrimages every year.
The number of cultural and historical attractions in this small country reaches more than 4 thousand. As part of our tours and excursions, you can visit the most famous and main historical sights of Armenia, which are masterpieces of Armenian medieval architecture. 
Among them: the only monument of the Hellenistic era in Armenia, the pagan temple of Garni, the ancient monasteries of Geghard, Haghartsin, Noravank, Goshavank, Gndevank, Kobayr, Khor Virap, Kecharis, Tatev, Haghpat, Sevanavank, Sanahin, Odzun, Hovhannavank, Saghmosavank, Spitakavor, Hripsime, St. Gayane, St. Shoghakat, St. Stepanos, Mesrop Mashtots, Cathedral in Etchmiadzin, etc.

Noravank

Noravank
  • 117 km from Yerevan

The monastery complex of the XIII — XIV centuries, located among steep red rocks near the city of Yeghegnadzor

Tatev

Tatev
  • 270 km from Yerevan

Makaravank is an Armenian monastery complex of the late IX — early X centuries in the Syunik region of Armenia, 20 km from the city of Goris

Geghard

Geghard
  • 40 km from Yerevan

Geghard monastery carved in a monolithic rock (Geghardavank - “spear monastery”).

Garni

Garni
  • 29 km from Yerevan

Pagan temple Garni - the oldest and the most unique attraction of Armenia

Haghartsin

Haghartsin
  • 157 km from Yerevan

Armenian Monastery X—XIII cc, Tavush RegionM