To visit Armenia is to travel back in history and feel the spirit of more than 41 centuries. Experience first hand the “country sheltered by Biblical “Ararat” home of Noah’s Ark; the land where human kind was reborn.

Rich with historical churches, monasteries, monuments, and magnificent masonry, this country that was the first to adopt Christianity and proclaim it as its state religion in 301 AD is a unique treasure for those interested in great events.

There are so many sights in this small and sunny country that even a couple of months are not enough to see it. From famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Echmiadzin with its world’s oldest official church to Geghard monastery carved out of a solid rock or Tatev monastery by world’s longest aerial tramway.

Numerous monuments and masterpieces of the Ancient era and Middle Ages can be found throughout the country. Tourism in Armenia is rooted in the country’s historical landmarks and natural attractions. The 5165 meter Mount Ararat, geographically located in Turkey, is a national symbol of Armenia and is visible from much of the Southwest region.