Group Tour: Haghpat and Sanahin Monasteries, The Museum of Brothers Mikoyan, Armenian Barbeque Making Masterclass and Traditional Lunch
New comfortable vehicles
Pick up from your hotel in the city center upon request
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the tour
Professional guide service
Armenian traditional lunch
Wi-Fi in transport
During this tour, we will be travelling in the direction of north-east, to one of the greenest regions of Armenia – the region of Lori. The monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin, which are listed in UNESCO world heritage site are closely connected and located within 20 minutes of drive from each other. Legend says that both monasteries were built by father and son Masons, with Sanahin having been built earlier by the father. The name says it all: Sanahin literally means “this is older than the other”, whereas Haghpat means “great wall”.
The main churches in both complexes were built by Queen Khosrovanuysh, for the prosperity of her two sons, Princes Smbat and Kurike, whom you can observe on the east walls of the main churches. The major church in Haghpat Complex – St. Nshan or the Holy Cross – was built in 976, and the main church in the Sanahin Complex was built some 30 years earlier.
You will also have the opportunity not only to get familiar with the secrets of the traditional Armenian dishես, but also taste it during the lunch.
Starting point: “Yerani Travel” office (2/80 Baghramyan Ave., near “Cascade” complex).
Please approach the office 15 minutes before starting the tour.
For security reasons the trip might be modified or cancelled in case of bad weather conditions.