Armenia Tour with Yerevan from Abu Dhabi

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    د.إ 1,795.00


Armenia Tour Package from Abu Dhabi with Wizz Air by Tripfinder. Introducing the Ultimate Armenia Tour with Yerevan from Abu Dhabi brought to you in collaboration with Wizz Air! Get ready to embark on an extraordinary trip to the heart of the Caucasus, where ancient history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture converge. Our meticulously crafted tour is designed to offer you a seamless and enriching experience as you explore the treasures of Armenia.

Our Armenia Tour Package from Abu Dhabi with Wizz Air is the cheapest way to explore Yerevan and destinations in Armenia. From the moment you step aboard your Wizz Air flight in Abu Dhabi, you’ll be on your way to an adventure like no other. Discover the iconic landmarks of Yerevan, Armenia’s capital city, and delve into the fascinating history of this beautiful country. Whether you’re drawn to the towering Mother Armenia monument, the poignant Genocide Complex atop Tsitsernakaberd Hill, or the architectural marvel of the Yerevan Cascade, we’ve got it all covered.

And that’s not all! We’ll take you on a journey beyond the city limits, where you’ll explore the ancient Garni Pagan Temple, the awe-inspiring Geghard Monastery, and so much more. Throughout your Armenia Tour, our expert guides will provide insights into this remarkable nation’s rich cultural heritage and traditions.

Join us for the adventure of a lifetime as we bridge the gap between Abu Dhabi and Yerevan, offering you a seamless and unforgettable travel experience. Book the Armenia Tour Package from Abu Dhabi with Tripfinder and Get ready to immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Armenia. All while enjoying the convenience and comfort of Wizz Air. Your adventure awaits!


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12-Oct-2023 د.إ 1,795.00 د.إ 2,390.00 د.إ 1,590.00 د.إ 1,450.00 د.إ 690.00 20
Departure Date12-Oct-2023
Adultد.إ 1,795.00
Singleد.إ 2,390.00
Child (6 - 11yr)د.إ 1,590.00
Child (2 - 5yr)د.إ 1,450.00
Infantد.إ 690.00


Day 1: Flight to Yerevan

Start a pleasant visit to the Caucasus region by leaving your nation. Arrive in Yerevan, Armenia’s capital. You will be met by our agent at the airport, transferred to the hotel, and checked in. The remainder of the day is at leisure. – Overnight stay at the hotel. 


During the tour, you will visit:


Mother Armenia, a statue that symbolises peace through strength, is located in Victory Park.


One of Yerevan’s best-known monuments is the Mother Armenia monument. As a World War II victory memorial, it was established in 1967. The sculpture has a unique meaning; at its peak, Mother Armenia appears to be defending the city’s tranquilly with a sword and shield. Prior to the memorial’s completion, Stalin’s statue stood as another monument and a symbol of socialism. It was dismantled, and the sculpture representing Armenia took its place. Mother Armenia serves as a metaphor for the strength and cohesion of the Motherland. One of the tallest structures in Yerevan is a gigantic sculpture. It stands 22 metres tall, and its pedestal is 51 metres high. The pedestal is a museum run by the Armenian Ministry of Defence, where artefacts from the Nagorno-Karabakh War and the Great Patriotic War are on display. The monument is situated on an observation terrace with a beautiful view in Victory Park, next to the Eternal Flame.


The Genocide Complex, constructed in 1967 atop the hill of Tsitsernakaberd, is Armenia’s official monument honouring the victims of the Armenian Genocide.


The Yerevan-based Armenian Genocide Museum is a poignant memorial to the Ottoman Empire’s 1915–1922 slaughter of Armenians. The museum has a 44-metre-tall memorial tower and a circle made of 12 slabs of basalt that stand in for Western Armenia’s lost regions. The museum is accessible to visitors via free tours, a lengthy walkway, and a 100-metre wall bearing the names of towns that were massacred. The complex is situated atop Tsitsernakaberd Hill, which is separated from central Yerevan by the Hrazdan Gorge.


The Cascade is a mammoth staircase that connects Yerevan’s Monument Quarter to the downtown Kentron region.


One of Yerevan’s top tourist attractions is the enormous stairway known as Yerevan Cascade, which is situated in the city’s heart. Victory Park, Arabkir, and Kanaker-Zeytun are located in the higher regions of Yerevan, which are connected to the city centre by large construction projects. The Cascade has 572 steps, and the elevation change from the bottom to the top, where the Memorial for the 50th Anniversary of Soviet Armenia is located, is 118 metres. One of Yerevan’s most spectacular structures and a prime example of Soviet construction can be seen here.


The next stop is Republic Square. The Square’s north-eastern corner, which runs along the National Gallery, is known for its dancing fountains.

Alexander Tamanyan created Armenia’s Republic Square, which is a masterpiece of modern architecture in Yerevan. There is an oval-shaped part and a segment with melodic fountains. The Government House, National Gallery, History Museum, Government House #2, Post Office Building, and Armenia Marriott Hotel are among the five structures that encircle the area. With the exception of the National Gallery building, the square’s history dates back to 1926, when the Government House was first built. The area is renowned for its drinking fountains, or “Yot Ahpyur,” which comprise seven little fountains.


Vernissage, which is only open on weekends, is the place to go if you want to go shopping while visiting Armenia.


Yerevan’s vibrant Vernissage festival draws visitors and attendees from all over the world. Every weekend, starting at 10:00 a.m., visitors may buy one-of-a-kind souvenirs from artists, craftspeople, jewellers, potters, and seamstresses. Paintings, jewellery, woodwork, magnets, musical instruments, rugs, costumes, and semi-precious stones are just a few of the unusual goods available at the show. Take the Yerevan metro system and exit at the Republic Square stop to arrive at Vernissage. Traditional Armenian weaving is also on display during the show, including handcrafted tablecloths, pillows, coats, purses, and caps from natural materials that have been coloured.


Continue to Visit: Garnier Gegard Tour


On the route to Garni, Charents Arch offers a breathtaking vantage point from which to see Mount Ararat and its surrounding valley.


Yeghisheh Charents’ remarks are etched on a Mount Ararat-shaped arch of the 1957-erected monument. The famous Armenian poet Charents worked as a revolutionary during the Armenian Genocide and the establishment of the Soviet Union. He was Iranian-born, went to Kars, and fought alongside Russian Imperial forces in 1914. He relocated to Yerevan following the First Armenian Republic in 1919, and in 1920 he joined the Soviet movement. His opinions, nevertheless, started to conflict with those of the authoritarian government of Soviet Armenia. During the Great Purge in 1937, Charents was put to death. His artwork and personal effects are on display in his Yerevan home-museum.


Admire the ancient Hellenistic architecture of the Garni Pagan Temple, which is regarded as the nation’s most significant pre-Christian emblem.


The sole remaining pagan Hellenistic and Greco-Roman building is the Pagan Temple of Garni, which was erected in 77 AD in Armenia’s Kotayk area. It was dedicated to God Mihr, the Sun and light deity of Armenia. Tiridates I of Armenia constructed the temple, which was destroyed by Christianity in 305. Its distinctive design, which includes a grey basalt building, columns in the Ionic order, and a staircase with square pedestals, is referred to as a “masterpiece of art.” The site also houses a 7th-century church, a royal summer home, and a Roman spa. Nearly 300 years after its demolition, the rebuilding was finished in 1975.


The moniker “holy spear” of the Gegard Monastery, a distinctively carved temple, is in commemoration of the long-preserved weapon—the same spear that pierced the body of the crucified Christ.


The Upper Azat Valley’s Geghard monastery, which has churches and tombs carved out of living rock, is a superb example of Armenian mediaeval architecture. It is a notable ecclesiastical and cultural institution in Armenia and was finished in the 13th century AD. The development of Armenian manuscript art and artifacts was aided by historians Simeon and Mkhitar Ayrivanetsi. A buffer zone surrounds the monastery, but it is still in danger from rockslides, seismic zone pollutants, and tourists. The land is owned by the Armenian Apostolic Holy Church, and the laws of the Republic of Armenia safeguard its monuments. The budget for the property is supported by the State budget, business ventures, and individual donations.


Overnight stay in Yerevan.


Breakfast at the hotel. The tour starts at 10 a.m. During the tour, you will visit:


The largest lake in both Armenia and the Caucasus is Lake Sevan.


The wide expanse of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), which is 1900 metres above sea level and covers 1240 square kilometres, is the biggest lake in the Caucasus and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in the world. Its tints and tones shift with the weather, ranging from brilliant azure to deep blue hues, and everything in between. Prince trout, an endangered species, as well as newly imported crayfish and whitefish, are all found in fish populations.


Sevanavank Monastery, located on a little peninsula, features two stone churches that date back to the ninth century.


The Sevan Peninsula Sevanavank Monastery is a well-known historical and cultural landmark in Armenia. It was once the site of eight pagan temples until being converted to Christianity in 305 by Archbishop Mashtots Eghvardtetsi. Sevan Matenadaran, Armenia’s oldest monastery, is home to multiple khachkars and priceless manuscripts, notably the rare Amenaprkich khachkar.


TSAGHKADZOR CITY is a spa town, an urban municipal area, and one of Armenia’s well-known health resorts.


A well-known resort in Armenia called Tsaghkadzor is situated in Kotayk Province, 50 kilometres north of Yerevan. It is located on Mount Teghenis, 1841 metres above sea level, and is encircled by the Tsaghkunyats mountain range. Tsaghkadzor, the name of the town, means “gorge of flowers” and is a well-liked tourist attraction for both Armenians and foreigners. Winter sports fans would find it to be the ideal resort due to the moderate summers and snowy winters. Tsaghkadzor has cosy inns, vacation rentals, villas, dining establishments, and entertainment venues.


You can move to the top of the mountains to take in the breathtaking view with the TSAGHKADZOR ROPEWAY, an armchair ropeway with five stops.


A hot spring village in Armenia called TSAGHKADZOR has beautiful natural beauty with interlaced meadows and woodlands. It serves as a ski resort in the winter and provides a magnificent experience in the summer. Autumn in the Transcaucasus is a stunning sight, with slopes that are green and golden, rustling winds, and puffy clouds.


Drive to Dilijan, a mountain resort sometimes referred to as “Armenian Switzerland” because of its dense woods and enigmatic flora and animals.
A brief walking tour of Dilijan’s city centre that includes a stop at the street where handicrafts are sold


Many national mementos are made from pottery, stone, and wood. The city is ideal for getting away from the turmoil because it is bordered by lovely forests. Jhukta Bank is one of the town’s many fantastic tourist attractions. You may go on a little trek to a monastery that is largely deserted. In addition to this, the area is well-known for its mineral springs and diverse fauna. The location is a delight for everyone and is home to 240 kinds of birds.


Overnight stay in Yerevan.


Breakfast after a hotel: You’ll be picked up at the hotel,  then transferred to the airport for your flight back home after a memorable trip.

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  • In case of unavailability in the mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
  • Any meals and services not mentioned in the itinerary are not included.
  • You are fully responsible for verifying and obtaining the documents required for your trip and visa.
  • Check-in to the hotel is always 1400–1500 hours, and check-out is always 1100–1200 hours. Early check-in and late checkout are subject to availability unless otherwise specified in the inclusion column.
  • No refund is provided by the hotel for late check-in or early check-out.
  • Activities are optional. Ex: Paragliding, skiing, etc.
  • A strict cancellation policy will apply, and no waivers or refunds are possible in cases of deportation or any other reason for a no-show.
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  • Entrance fees are optional unless mentioned in the inclusions.


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