Armenia is known to be a home of ancient monasteries and medieval architectures. So when we had a chance to visit, we didn’t hesitate to go places we’ve thought we’d only dreamed of. One of these is one of our top 3 picks in the country.
Another Armenian monastic medieval architecture located in the Kotayk Province and near to the Garni Temple is the ever incredible Geghard Monastery which remained to be our top choice.
It is interesting to know that unlike in most Arabic countries where food is limited to “non-pork”, Armenia offers one. We enjoyed our stay in the Yerevan because of its dreamy destinations, tourist attractions, cold weather, and budget friendly and affordable food.
There is no better way to travel great unless the stomach is fueled. When we go and see places foreign to our sights, sometimes it gets difficult to find good food. Doing our research in advance can help big time but getting recommendations from peers and other travelers who have been there are most effective.
Museums are built to keep manuscripts of a country’s history, to exhibit painters’ collections, and to preserve proof of artifacts’ existence.
Winter is always the best season for skiing and playing snow balls. Perhaps, the most beautiful one to spending the christmas and holidays. There are a lot of places around Armenia, not only in Yerevan where lights are shining like stars, to get this out from our bucket list.
The very first day that we landed in Armenia, one of the things we noted about the tours and packages being offered to tourists in the hotels and on the streets of Yerevan is a day trip to the monasteries found in the villages or in the provinces. Wondering why is that so, we took a deep look at each one. This ended us booking a tour with 4 destinations for a day. All of them won a dear place in our hearts but there is this one that we found intriguing.