Yerevan City Тour: Observing tour, Carpet Museum and Carpet weaving master-class, Brandy Factory (excursion and brandy tasting), Yerevan History Museum, Genocide Memorial, 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
Traditional Armenian Lunch
Wi-Fi on board
All entrance tickets
Aside from visiting historical landmarks, we highly recommend a tour of Armenia’s beloved capital – the city of Yerevan, during which you will have a chance to get acquainted with the rich culture of Yerevan and taste legendary Armenian brandy.
First, you will visit the handmade carpet factory “Megeryan”, where you will get acquainted with the culture of carpet weaving, which occupies a special place in the Armenian cultural system. In traditional Armenia carpet weaving has been developing since ancient times. During the excursion, visitors will take part in a master class of carpet weaving that will allow them to get acquainted with the traditional Armenian culture with all of its charm.
Legend says that the first word Noah pronounced as he exited the ark was “Yerevats” – translated as “it is seen”. This refers to the land he supposedly saw after the huge flood, which was later changed to “Yerevan”. You can find information on the history of city in the Yerevan History Museum, established in 1931. There are more than 87,000 cultural values in the museum telling about the city from ancient times to our days.
After having a full Armenian lunch it’s right time to taste Armenian legendary brandy in the factory. Here you will also get familiar with its the history and traditions.
The final stop is Tsitsernakaberd, the memorial of Armenian Genocide. Armenians from all over the world visit this memorial to honor their ancestors.
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.