Winter Tours in Armenia 2019 will be a real fairy tale if you just visit Armenia! Armenia is a very beautiful land full of the mixture of ancient and new architecture.
After having breakfast be sure to take your sports equipment to go skiing and snowboarding on the wings of Aragats mountain. Tsaghkadzor is a wonderful place to spend your winter holidays there.
Armenia is a land full of fantastic emotions, amazing architecture, wonderful nature, and hospitable people, so let’s discover some interesting places which one should not miss to visit in winter.
Byurakan is an Armenian village, which is located in the central part of the country. The Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory named after V.A. Hambartsumyan is one of the leading astronomical scientific institutions of the CIS. It belongs to the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia.
The monastery complex Tegher (XIIIrd century) is located in the village of Aragatsotn region on the southern slope of Aragats mountain. The complex consists of a domed church and a porch.
Mughni monastery is located in the village of the same name, 2 km north of Ashtarak. The complex includes the main church of St. Grigor (1661-1669) with a gallery, a refectory, the abbot's apartments, and office premises. The buildings of the monastery are surrounded by a beautiful, well-kept garden and a wall.
Bjni is a village in Armenia in Kotayk region. It is located 9 km south-west of the city of Hrazdan, on the right bank of the river Hrazdan among fruit and ornamental gardens. It is known for the mineral water named “Bjni” and the church complex of St. Virgin (Astvattsatsin).
Tsaghkunq is a village in Gegharkunik region of Armenia. A native of Tsakhkunk is the academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia Alpik Rafaelovich Mkrtchyan.
If you wish to visit these wonderful places in Armenia, and fully have fun in any weather, then Gardman Tour is ready to offer you winter tours to Armenia! Let’s enjoy Armenia together!
Gardman Tour, 17.12.2018