Discover Armenia and Georgia
(Yerevan, Tbilisi and architectural monuments of two countries)
How would you like to spend your coming vacation? And why not discover another amazing corner of our wonderful big planet? Even if you have only one week, this will be enough to visit Armenia and Georgia. You will be delighted with the nature and history of these two countries, you will enjoy your trip and spend an unforgettable vacation unlike any of your previous ones.
Your tour will begin in the capital of Armenia - the city of Yerevan which according to tourists claims to be the cleanest city in the entire post-Soviet space. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and surprisingly it is 29 years older than Rome. Yerevan is a million-plus city with a European atmosphere, wide boulevards and street cafes. It's welcoming, safe and affordable – with all its museums, hotels, generous portions of food and wine.
As soon as you are finished with Yerevan architectural discoveries will be waiting for you. You will get acquainted with the monasteries, churches and temples of Amenia. You can also visit the small villages and caves of Mendz Yer on the way to Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.
Tbilisi is the ancient capital of Georgia which is currently home to about one and a half million people. The city was founded in the 5th century AD by the Georgian king Vakhtang Gorgasali. Today it captivates tourists with its rich history, thriving culture and modern lifestyle that will surely brighten up your holiday.
You will be able to visit the most significant places in the city and its environs. You will visit the old city with its cozy little courtyards; visit the Narikala Fortress, drive along the Bridge of Peace, walk along Rustaveli Street and see Chardin Square; visit the area of sulfur baths and even see a bath that Pushkin and Dumas liked to visit.
On the second day of your stay in Georgia, you will go to its religious center - the City of Mtskheta, which stood at the crossroads of cultures, connecting east and west. The Jvari Monastery standing on the top of a rocky mountain, and the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral which literally translates as a life-giving pillar and where the clothes of Christ were buried will complement your journey with their unique atmosphere of eternity.