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Arrival to Yerevan International Airport, transfer to the hotel.
Breakfast in the hotel. The tour begins with a panoramic tour of Yerevan. Then visit the Historical Museum of Armenia. It has a national collection of 400,000 items and was founded in 1920. Free time in the city.
During the tour, visit the factory of Ararat cognacs. You will get acquainted with the production of cognac, see all the stages of its production and enjoy the exquisite taste and aromas of different types of Ararat cognacs. Return to the hotel.
Breakfast in the hotel. The day will begin with a visit to the Institute of Ancient Manuscripts of Matenadaran, which houses 23,000 manuscripts, fragments and parchments.
Visit to the Etchmiadzin Cathedral, the main church of the Armenian Apostolic Church and the first official Christian church in the world, built in 301. Then visit the Zvartnots temple, which is an outstanding monument of world architecture, a testament to the high level of development of artistic and engineering thought in the 7th century.
Return to Yerevan. Overnight stay.
Breakfast in the hotel. A trip to the Khor Virap monastery where St. Gregory the Illuminator was imprisoned for 15 years by King Trdat III for being a Christian. Then we will visit the Noravank monastery, built in the 13th century and famous for its unique architecture.
After lunch in Noravank visit Karahundzh - a prehistoric megalithic complex resembling Stonehenge, which is located near the Sisian city in Syunik region of Armenia.
Arrival in Goris and accommodation for the night.
Breakfast in the hotel. Visiting the Khndzoresk village, widely known for its canyon with picturesque rock formations and an ancient cave settlement. Artificial caves, some of which are currently used as stables and warehouses, were inhabited until the 1950s.
After lunch, continue the tour to the Tatev monastery, which was once the richest medieval monastery in Armenia. Moving on the longest in the world cable car between Khalidzor and Tatev Monastery, which runs through the deep gorge of the Vorotan River.
Return to Goris. Overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel and check-out. Visit to the Armenian monastery Arivank (9-12 century), located along the south-western shores of Sevan Lake.
After lunch we will visit the Dilijan city - the "national park" of Armenia, a mountain-climatic and balneological resort with charming nature and unusual architecture. Visit to the Haghartsin monastery.
Return to Yerevan and overnight.
Breakfast in the hotel. Visit the Garni temple, which is the only surviving example of the Armenian pagan culture. Then we go to the beautiful Christian Geghard monastery. This ancient monastery was carved from solid stone from the 11th to the 13th centuries.
Lunch at a local restaurant, where freshly prepared Armenian lavash is served.
Transfer to Yerevan and farewell dinner in Yerevan. Overnight stay.
Check-out from the hotel. Departure from Yerevan and arrival in Beirut. Transfer to the hotel. Free time and overnight in Beirut.
Breakfast in the hotel. It's time to explore the capital and the largest city of Lebanon, which is also called "Paris of the Middle East". Its main attractions are the statue of the martyrs, the Souk el akel market and the parliament building, which are part of the ensemble occupying an area of 1.8 million square meters. You will also visit the National Museum of Beirut to get acquainted with the historical and archaeological heritage of the city. It is the main museum of archeology in Lebanon, its collection began to be collected after the First World War, and officially it was opened in 1942. The program of this day includes lunch
Breakfast in the hotel. The tour begins with a visit to the Jeita Grotto, 20 km north of Beirut. This cave complex is one of the most beautiful in the world, nominated for the seventh wonder of the world.
The excursion begins in the Upper, non-flooded cave, which consist of three halls over a hundred meters high. Here you can see an eight-meter stalagmite - one of the longest in the world. The lower cave was opened in 1836, its length is 6230 meters. On the underground river you can take a boat trip.
Next, we explore one of the oldest cities in the world - Byblos, which is at least 7000 years old. This is the largest archaeological area of the country. Under the rule of the Egyptian pharaohs, Byblos was the commercial and religious capital of the Phoenician coast.
It's time to see a magnificent panoramic view of the Jounieh Gulf (600 m above sea level - 26 km from Beirut). The statue of the Virgin Mary was erected here in 1908. In its basis is a Chapel with stairs leading to the top, as well as the cableway station, leading from the Jounieh bay to the Harissa mount.
Return to the hotel and overnight.
Breakfast in the hotel. The tour begins with a visit to the ancient Baalbek city, which is 85 km from Beirut in the Bekaa Valley. Its main attractions are the huge South Stone and the temple complex - the temples of Jupiter, Bacchus and Venus. This is the largest and best preserved corpus of Roman architecture. The next stop is the Anjar city, which was built at the beginning of the 8th century. Here are preserved the ruins of an ancient trading city - a unique archeological monument of the Umayyad dynasty. Inside the powerful fortifications of the city are the remains of streets, three palaces, markets, two hammams and a mosque.
The final "highlight" of this tour is a visit to the Ksara Winery (wine tasting and visiting the cellars). Return to the hotel and overnight.
Check-out from the hotel. Transfer to the international airport of Rafik Hariri. Departure home.