Goshavank Monastery

Nor Getik or Goshavank is an example of 12th-13th century architecture. It was founded by Mkhitar Gosh, a medieval Armenian ruler who was both a scholar and a politician.

Tatev Monastery

Tatev monastery is undoubtedly one of the most famous places of interest in Armenia, which is often served as the visit card of our biblical land.

“Wings of Tatev”

The rope way “Wings of Tatev” – recorded in the Guinness World Records Book as the world’s longest non-stop double track cable car.

Sevan Lake

Sevan – "the Pearl of Armenia" - is one of the three large lakes in the Armenian highland. In ancient times it was called Geghama Sea.

Sevanavank Monastery

Among the cultural interests of Sevan Lake is Sevanavank monastery.  Actually there are two churches on the peninsula of Sevan.

Garni Temple

Garni Temple - the only preserved pagan temple in Armenia is a must for everyone being in Armenia. This place has both historical and cultural value. 

Geghard Monastery

The Monastery of Geghard was founded right after the Great Armenian Conversion – in 301 by St. Gregory the Illuminator. It is famous for its original and rare architectural compound.

Holy City of Echmiatsin

The City of Echmiatsin is the center of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It is where the Catholicos of All Armenians lives, and the location of the Echmiatsin Cathedral.