Travel to the Green Dilijan
I offer you a wonderful tour to Dilijan and the Haghartsin and Goshavank Monasteries in a new and comfortable Mercedes-benz car and exclusive services in Armenia.
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The excursion starts at 10:00 at the location you specified
Dilijan is one of the resort and favorite tourist cities of Armenia. Located in the Tavush region, in the valley of the Agstev River and surrounded by amazing forests and clean air. The path to the city passes through a tunnel, at the beginning of which you will see one nature, and at the end you will see a completely different, fabulous nature. There we will visit the famous monument of Mimino, Swan Lake and of course the world famous college UWC.
Haghartsin Monastery is located about 20 km from Dilijan, inside the majestic forests, surrounded by the Ijevan ridge. On each meter of our fabulous road are gazebos, where many tourists stop for a picnic and cook kebabs. The Monastery complex was built in the 11th century and is a wonderful example of ancient Armenian architecture. At the end of the Monastery you will see the legendary walnut tree, which is almost 800 years old, near which you will have a great opportunity to take beautiful memory photos.
After the Haghartsin Monastery, we will go to the last attraction of our tour,the Goshavank Monastery, which is located about 15 km from Haghartsin, in the same name village. The Monastery complex was built in 1188 by Mkhitar Gosh (and named after him), the great ancient Armenian philosopher and historian who created the first Armenian court (the code of laws of the feudal system). Goshavank in ancient time was famous for its seminary and university, where studied prominent Armenian historians, philosophers and cultural figures. In this beautiful architectural complex you will have a good opportunity to research the ancient structure, take a walk in the fresh air and make a beautiful photos for memory.
Treats in the car
Hotel pick-up & drop-off
Payment of the excursion charged in the begining of the tour