Eno Gastro Tour to Armenia!

In the framework of this tour we will visit «Yerevan Wine Days» on 5-6 May, as well as wine region of Armenia and a few more sightseeing.

Wine is one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in the world and has a fascinating ancient history that goes back to the dawn of civilization some 10,000 years ago. Once considered the beverage of the Gods, ever since has been worshiped and praised in many cultures by priests, poets and scholars alike. Interestingly enough the ancient accounts of the origins of winemaking consistently point towards the highlands of ancient Armenia as the cradle of viticulture.

During the «Eno Gastro tour to Armenia» by Arevakar travel and Food Adventures you will have a chance to taste the best Armenian wines in combination with the national dishes.

PROGRAMME

Duration: 5 days / 4 nights

Dates: 04.05-08.05.2017


DAY 1-04.05

The Pink city Yerevan!

*Arrival, transfer from the airport to the hotel, free time.

*Lunch in traditional Armenian restaurant «Salon».Tasting Armenian dishes «Udoli», kyufta, soup with crayfish.

*Yerevan short observing city tour, Parajanov museum, the Cascade.

*Dinner in «Mozaic» restaurant- Armenian new cuisine.

*Eveningin Malkhas jazz club.


DAY2-05.05

Vayots dzor- a historical winemaking region!

Yerevan-Noravank monastery –Areni village-Yerevan


*Noravank was built in XIII—XIV centuries in a narrow gorge made by the Amaghu river.

The highest altitude vineyards of Armenia are located In VayotsDzor region.

*Lunch in a winery in Areni village. Menu-red wine, chees, lamb with spelt.

*Back to Yerevan.

*Participation in« Yerevan Wine Days».Overnight in Yerevan.

 

 DAY 3-06.05

Learning the history of Armenia!

Yerevan- Geghard monastery-Garni temple-Yerevan

* Geghard  is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

*Garni temple is the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. It was probably built by king Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple for the God of Sun: Mithra (known as Mihr in Armenian).

*Traditions and the cuisine of the villages: lunch in the restaurant «7 Stones».The main dish cooked in the tandoor with Armenian bread a.k.a lavash and the local pastry called Gata.

*Back to Yerevan.

*Participation in « Yerevan Wine Days».Overnight in Yerevan.

 

DAY 4 - 07.05

Lake Sevan!

*Sevanavank is a monastic complex located on a peninsula at the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan in the Gegharkunik Province of Armenia, not far from the town of Sevan. 

*Lake Sevan is the largest body of water in Armenia and the Caucasus region, and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in Eurasia.

*Lunch in the restaurant «Bashinjaghyan Tea house»: Sevan white fish and Bakhlava from Gavar.

*Back to Yerevan.

*Dinner in the restaurant « Our Village» in Yerevan.


DAY 5 - 08.05

Departure!

*Breakfast, transfer to the airport.

Photo crdeit: Aleksandr Slyadnev

 

The price is $448 per person (in case of a group of 4 people).

 

The price covers:

* Transfer (airport-hotel-airport)

* Transportation during the whole tour

* Entrance tickets to historic and cultural monuments, brandy tasting, sailing, master class

* Dinner and lunch on mentioned days

* Experienced guide service

 

The price does NOT include:

 *Accommodation

* Alcoholic drinks

* Air ticket

 

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