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Cultural Highlights of Armenia & Georgia

12 day Tour
Cultural Highlights of Armenia & Georgia New
  • Explore five different scenically stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • See the picturesque High Caucasus mountains and snow-capped Mount Ararat
  • Spend a night at a winery and sample Georgia’s world-renowned wines
  • Uncover layers of history in Georgia with a tour of Tbilisi and the birthplace of Stalin
  • Try your hand Lavash bread making and visit an Armenian arts and craft market
  • Discover off-the-beaten-track monasteries and fascinating ancient temples

Flight inclusive from £3640, Land only from £2695

Gentle Walking Armenia

9 day Gentle / Moderate Walking & Trekking
Gentle Walking Armenia New
  • Explore the main historical sites including UNESCO World Heritage listed monasteries
  • Discover the vibrant capital Yerevan with its museums, markets and modern art
  • Enjoy well-paced walks on scenic mountain paths with breathtaking views
  • Walk a beautiful section of the Transcaucasian Trail to Goshavank Monastery
  • Stay in comfortable, en suite accommodation throughout

Flight inclusive from £2255, Land only from £1495

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Yerevan, Armenia's capital with a population of over 1 million people is an attractive city of wide tree lined boulevards and stylish buildings built of the local pink volcanic tuffa stone. From most places in the capital one can see the towering peak of Mount Ararat, the reputed resting place of Noah's Ark. The colourful Vernisaj market takes place every weekend in the centre of Yerevan. You will find a good selection of paintings on sale, souvenirs made of obsidian and other local stones, embroideries, carpets and every sort of bric-a-brac imaginable.

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