Road to Khor Virap

Royal Prison Turned Into Touristic Destination

March 20, 2015 / 0 comments
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Deep well which has 20 ft (6 meters) depth and a diameter of 14 ft (4.4 meters): place for prisoners to try to survive during their punishment. Nowadays, you can be the lucky visitor to such weird place that has became one of the most popular pilgrimage sites and visited destination for tourists to Armenia….

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Food: Connecting People

February 25, 2015 / 0 comments
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Traditions of hosting people and making the table for them can say a lot about the people, their traditions and habits. You probably remember about one of the national Armenian dishes Khash. It is said that khash can only be cooked by men, who spend the entire night cooking, and can be eaten only in the early…

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Tbilisi Clubbing

Fancy Clubbing in Tbilisi

May 26, 2014 / 0 comments
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Do you remember we once put together some recommendations about clubbing in Tbilisi? This time there will be recommendations for more fancy night out, if you are more into wearing high heels (ladies) and prefer shirts and shoes instead of sneakers and t-shirts (gentlemen). Let’s start with Tabidze Street, where you can find place called Divan (from Russian it…

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Interior of Sanahin Monastery

Sanahin Monastery Complex

May 19, 2014 / 0 comments
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Have you ever wondered how people lived ten centuries ago, what they were interested in and how did they spend their leisure time in Caucasus? In Northern part of Armenia, there are several places that give chance to visitors to travel back in time, forget about everyday rush and provide space for some exploration, finding…

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Aeon anti-cafe in Yerevan

Cool and cozy corner in Yerevan

March 20, 2014 / 0 comments
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Do you have places in foreign countries where you go to feel like at home? In Armenia, more precisely, in the capital city of Yerevan there is such a place called Aeon. While walking in the city center of Yerevan one could hardly pass by this place accidentally. Nevertheless, this is a place to find and…

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Tbilisi Clubbing

Clubbing in Tbilisi

January 21, 2014 / 0 comments
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Nightlife in Tbilisi is very active, no need to say that Georgians don’t need any occasion to have celebration and drink alcohol. There are different types of clubs that will satisfy customers with various demands and tastes. Of course, the scenario of starting with drinking at someone’s house and continuing the party in the clubs…

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Cave city Vardzia

Cave City Vardzia

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One of the must see destinations in Georgia is Vardzia. Truly spectacular and breathtaking place! Built nearly 10 centuries ago, this cave city is a beloved place not only for tourists but also for local people. Once the complex was used mainly for protecting the area against the enemies. Later, Queen Tamar, the first woman to rule Georgia,…

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Mount Kazbegi

Day Tour in Georgian Mountains

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For winter holidays in Caucasus and especially in Georgia, guests may find interesting visiting mountainous regions, such as  Kazbegi. If you are mainly based in Tbilisi for your vacation but would like to go to the mountains, below are our recommendations: Photo by Ilona Margalitadze To go to the mountains, we recommend you leave Tbilisi…

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Wine Georgia

Wine Tours in Georgia

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  Wine tours in Georgia present a unique section of the tourism industry, which can be found only in several corners in the world. It’s like visiting a museum, though you are learning new things not only about ancient things and belongings, but also about wine. In addition, you have the chance of tasting it….

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Sardarapat ethnographic museum

One day tour to the west from Yerevan

December 16, 2013 / 0 comments
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What can tourists do in Armenia, if they are mainly based in Yerevan and would like to see nearby areas as well? Here are some suggestions on which route you can choose to travel outside of Yerevan and return for a sleep at your place in the Armenian capital. Going west from the capital you…

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Sighnaghi

Sighnaghi: Capital of Love

December 14, 2013 / 0 comments
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Sighnaghi, known in Georgia and beyond its borders as city of love is a wonderful touristic destination. This small cosy city lies on 113 km east to Tbilisi. During recent years Sighnaghi was fundamentally reconstructed and has become an important center of Georgia’s tourist industry. This small city is famous for the production of Georgian wine…

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Streets of Tbilisi

Public Transport in Tbilisi

December 9, 2013 / 0 comments
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If you are a tourist in Tbilisi, public transport may seem to you quite sophisticated and not optimal, but we are here to travel with you in the city and to make clear as much as possible how to deal with transport in the spontaneous city like Tbilisi. Photo by Hasmik Soghomonyan You remember, what…

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