Sevan Serenity: Exploring Sevanavank, Dilijan, and the Haghartsin Monastery
Embark on a journey to Lake Sevan, Armenia’s emerald jewel and the world’s second-largest alpine lake. Marvel at its picturesque views and visit the Sevanavank monastic complex, founded in 874. Explore Dilijan, known as “Armenian Switzerland,” with its quaint streets and well-preserved 19th-century buildings. Discover traditional crafts at a ceramics workshop and woodcarvers’ studio. Wrap up the day with a visit to the historic Haghartsin Monastery, nestled in the wooded mountains, featuring St. Gregory the Illuminator’s church built between the 9th and 10th centuries. Immerse yourself in Armenia’s rich cultural and natural tapestry.