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Day 1
Arrive, transfer to hotel.

Day 2
City tour in Yerevan. In the morning drive to the statue of Mother of Armenia, view point of Yerevan city. In that place, there are replaced the tanks, aircraft from Second World War. Visit Cafesjian Sculpture Garden, then drive to Kotayk region, visit Garni pagan temple (1st c.) and Geghard monastery (13th c. UNESCO). Return Yerevan.

Day 3
In the morning drive to Armavir region visit Hripsime church (7th c., UNESCO), and continue to Echmiadzin cathedral (301-303, UNESCO) and museum. In the afternoon Matenadaran manuscript museum (closed on Sunday and Monday). Walk from Opera house to North Avenue to Republic square. From the Republic square metro station use metro to get Yerevan Railway station. The first Yerevan Railway station was built in 1902, connected Yerevan to Gyumri and Tbilisi (Georgian capital) and the second connection was with Persia. Nowadays building is from Soviet times and it is typical Soviet style building. Visit Armenian traditional Market, where you can see Armenian women`s masterpieces how they design their products for sale. Then drive to department store where there are all Armenian brands. Dinner and overnight in Yerevan.

Day 4
Drive to Khor Virap Monastery from where you can see Holly Mt. Ararat, where Noah`s ark landed. This place is the nearest border between Turkey. Then continue to Vayots Dzor region. Visit Areni Cave -the oldest winery in the world 6100 years old, then visit active Wine factory, to have wine degustation. Visit Noravank Monastery (13th c.). Then continue to Goris.

Day 5
Drive to Kndzoresk rock-cave village, then drive to Tatev monastery using the world longest cable car. Return to Goris. If there is time, city tour in Goris. Stay in Goris.

Day 6
Drive to Selim caravanserai (12-13th c.), it was used during silk road, continue to Noradus cross-stone filed, then drive to Sevan lake it is 1900m. high from sea level, the highest lake in this region. Stay in Dilijan.

Day 7
Drive to Haghartsin monastery, then continue to Goshavank monastery (13th century), then via Noyemberyan drive to Armenian-Georgian border after applying visas drive to Tbilisi. Stay in Tbilisi.

Day 8
Visit to Old town: Metechi church and the statue of king Vakhtang Gorgasali; Abanotubani – is the ancient district of Tbilisi, known for its sulfuric baths; Narikala fortress; Sharden street, Sioni Cathedral.
Drive to Mtskheta - one of the oldest cities of the country of Georgia, was capital of the early Georgian kingdom of Iberia during the 3rd century BC - 5th century AD and it was the site of early Christian activity.
Visit UNESCO Heritage Sites: Svetitskhoveli Cathedral (11th century) and Jvari Monastery (6th century).
Return Tbilisi.

Day 9
Drive to eastern part of Georgia- Kakheti region. Visit Bodbe Monastery (9th century) - is a Georgian Orthodox monastic complex where St. Nino, the Cappadocina maiden who preached Christianity in Georgia in the year 337. Visit Sighnaghi – one of the beautiful towns of the Kakheti region. Sighnaghi and its environs are home to several historical and cultural monuments. The town is walled with the remnants of 18th century fortifications. At the elevation of about 790 m above sea level, the town overlooks the Alazani valley and faces the Greater Caucasus Mountains. Free time in Sighnagi. Drive to Veliscikhe village. Visit wine cellar with wine degustation. Drive back to Tbilisi. Farewell dinner in national restaurant. Enjoy live folk music, Georgian traditional toasts and a superior atmosphere.

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