Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities.
Echmiadzin is the spiritual and administrative center of the Armenian Apostolic Church and it is the fourth largest city in Armenia.
Now in ruins, the 7th century Zvartnots Cathedral is situated at the boundary of the city of Echmiadzin (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
The Temple of Garni is a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple near Garni, and it is the best known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia.
The monastery of Geghard is a unique architectural construction, being partially carved out of the mountain (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Tsakhkadzor is a spa town and a popular ski resort in Armenia, located 60 kilometers north of the capital Yerevan in the Kotayk Province.
Lake Sevan’s proximity to Yerevan, coupled with its historic sights make it one of Armenia’s key places to visit.
Noratus medieval cemetery with its multitude of the early khachkars (cross-stones) is one of Armenia’s most amazing sights.
Dilijan is a spa town in the Tavush Province of Armenia, and it is one of the most important resorts of the country, situated within the Dilijan National Park.
The beautiful 12th century Haghartsin Monastery is located in the Tavush Province of Armenia, 13 km from Dilijan town.
Moss-covered Sanahin is a fascinatingly detailed monastery complex dating back to 928 (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Haghpat Monastery is a magnificent medieval monastery complex in the Lori Province of Armenia (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Gyumri is the second largest city in Armenia and the capital of the Shirak Province in the northwestern part of the country.
Amberd is a 7th century fortress located at 2,300m (7,500 ft) above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Aragats in the Aragatsotn Province in Armenia.
The 13th century Saghmosavank Monastery was famous for its manuscripts and the large number of illuminated miniatures.
Khor Virap is one of the most popular destinations in Armenia, the spot where the Mt. Ararat reveals its breathtaking size and splendor.
Set in the spectacular valley, the 14th century Noravank Monastery was a major religious and cultural center of Armenia in the past.
Jermuk is a popular mountain spa town in the southern Armenian province of Vayots Dzor, 53 km east of the provincial capital Yeghegnadzor.
The megalithic complex Zorats Karer, also known as Karahunj, is one of the oldest observatories in the world.
The 9th century Tatev Monastery is one of the most spectacular and impressive places in Armenia.
Known for its variety of homemade fruit vodkas, Goris is a major junction stop between Yerevan, Stepanakert and the Iranian border.
The 10th century Gandzasar Monastery is the seat of the Archbishop of Artsakh, and a shrine holding the skull of St. John the Baptist.
Stepanakert is the capital of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, located in the Askeran Province of Karabakh.
The small town of Shushi, was the heart and the cultural and economic center of Artsakh for many centuries.
The Monastery of St. Dadi, otherwise called Dadivank, is the largest monastic complex in Karabakh.