Armenia: from cuisine to the extreme
Armenia has always attracted visitors with its rich history and unique culture, but in the last decades lovers of extreme tourism and active sports from all over the world have been coming here.
On the map you can see that most of Armenia is covered in mountains. Fans of rock climbing, ecotourism, paragliding and even aviation like to assail Mount Aragats, the Geghama Range and numerous local canyons and highlands.
The centuries-old history of Armenia is studied by thousands of fans of educational tourism. There are more than four thousand unique architectural monuments, as well as several objects of UNESCO cultural heritage. The main places of interest are located in Vanadzor, Dilijan, near Lake Sevan.
And of course, the capital, Yerevn, deserves special attention. Popular places You will find the 15th century fortress, Central square, brandy factory, botanical garden, ancient manuscripts of the Matenadaran Institute, and that's not all! With regards to more mobile transport for travelling around the country, it is better to use local buses and high-speed trains.
Your guide to the country will definitely recommend visitors to taste the Armenian cuisine in one of the local restaurants. It is said that every Armenian knows more than 300 names of different seasonings and actively uses them in the preparation of home dishes, the most popular of which is shish-kebab. Also here it is worth trying Dolma, Bozbash and Qutab. Whatever it is – you can find out here in Armenia!
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