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Lusarat Vacation Packages
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Make sure that your stay is the best it can possibly be by exploring one of the beautiful natural locations found nearby. Mount Ararat, which is situated just 19 miles away, is indisputably one such space.
Do you have an interest in the cultural and religious side of Lusarat? Give your respects at the Khor Virap Monastery.
The atmosphere around Hrazdan Stadium on the day of a game is something you should experience. To see the FC Aratat Yerevan play, head north for 20 miles from Lusarat. To fit in, be sure to wear red and black, the team colors.
Tourists staying here often travel the 18 miles northeast to Garni to experience the Garni Temple and Geghard Monastery.
Don't forget to pay a visit to Yerevan. It's about 20 miles to the north of Lusarat and it contains some great places to visit, such as the Cascades, the Matenadaran and the Tsitsernakaberd. Republic Square and the Mother Armenia are some more popular places if you have extra time.
The region has a handful of land-based activities if you like to get outside. Try rock climbing or hiking.
If the sun is shining, try a bit of cycling or picnicking.
Often, a destination's true character will be found simmering in its pots and pans.
Absorb the exciting culinary scene of the area and sample specialty dishes, often featuring eggpalnt and burghul (cracked wheat).
Every area has its own special dishes, and here it's worth taste-testing ghapama (pumpkin stew) and khash (broth).
Try alani (pitted, dried peaches) when you have finished your meal. This dessert is a common choice for residents and tourists.
Adventure mustn't solely come in the form of seeing new cities and towns, remember that you can take your senses on an adventure too! When you come here, revel in the alcohols on offer by enjoying a pint of Erebuni.
If you're thirsty and eager to try a non-alcoholic drink that the locals enjoy, order kvas (fermented bread drink).
If you enjoy a drop of alcohol here and there, have a taste of Artsakh (mulberry vodka), a favorite spirit.
When you're ready to leave, it's good to remember that the most convenient airport is 20 miles away.