To truly experience the region, take the trip and check out the diverse settlements around Tsaghkadzor. If you are looking for more things to see and do, head to the Sevanavank Monastery and Lake Sevan in the vicinity of Sevan, which you'll find 12 miles (19 kilometers) to the west of Tsaghkadzor.
About 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest of Tsaghkadzor is Yerevan, a regional city which is home to Yerablur, Mother Armenia and Matenadaran. Yerevan Botanic Garden, Cascades and Republic Square are also good places to visit.
Visit Armenia's history museums. These are excellent spots to hang out, particularly when the weather is unpleasant.
No break is really complete without a good dose of rest and relaxation. Cycling is one of the ways they relax here. In this region and picnicking is another.
For lots of people, experiencing new horizons is as much about the culinary landscape as it is about seeing the sights, so be sure to sample the meals here. Eggpalnt and also burghul (cracked wheat) are commonly used as components in dishes in this area. There are plenty of specialty dishes in this area. Sample ghapama (pumpkin stew) or khash (broth). Alani (pitted, dried peaches) is perfect to end any Armenia food experience. Kick back and enjoy a. While you are here. It is one of the region's most popular beers. Artsakh (mulberry vodka) is a commonly consumed local spirit. It's a good way to round out up your meal. Kvas (fermented bread drink) is a popular non-alcoholic beverage in this region.
When it's finally time to bid goodbye to Tsaghkadzor, head to the nearest major airport located in Yerevan, 30 miles (48 kilometers) away.