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Goris Vacation Packages
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To learn about the vivid past of the area, take some time to visit Museum of Axel Bakounts.
Make time to visit Museum of Ancient History, a popular local attraction.
The wider region also has a lot to offer travelers. Halidzor and Tatev are two fantastic places that you might appreciate.
There are a few stress-reducing outdoor activities in the area for the adventurer in you! Get your heart racing with some rock climbing and hiking.
If you're someone who has a slightly chaotic life, the perfect vacation is often all about finding the perfect place to relax. When it's time to kick back, take in the fresh air and enjoy cycling or picnicking.
To learn a little about the culture of Armenia, head straight to the region's history museums.
Age-old stories come to life when you wander through the historic sites of Armenia. Don't miss its fortresses.
Armenia boasts a variety of churches and monasteries. These are fantastic places to learn about the region's spiritual nature.
More often than not, an area's true spirit can be found simmering in its pots and pans.
Nothing tastes better than local ingredients. You'll soon find out that eggpalnt and burghul (cracked wheat) are well utilized here.
Ghapama (pumpkin stew) and khash (broth) are a couple of sought-after menu items with their own special flavors.
Those who still have room left for dessert can order alani (pitted, dried peaches).
Take five and unwind with a Erebuni. This delicious beer is a favorite with the locals.
If you don't want to drink alcohol, why not have a kvas (fermented bread drink)?
You'll probably see some locals enjoying a glass of Artsakh (mulberry vodka), a well-known spirit around here.
The 21st of September is the day when the whole country will commemorate Independence Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities going on if you happen to be here then.
Your most convenient airport is Zvartnots International Airport, and it is about 110 miles to the northwest.