Shirak tourism Kolaj Shirak marz Gyumri tour

Prices include guide, transportation, refreshments and food
Prices of tours depend on the number of tourists, program of the tours, and type of transportation.
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      Shirak region is the historical and one of the most hospitable regions in Armenia. The region is in the northwestern part of Armenia bordering with Turkey in the west, and Georgia in the north. The regional city of Gyumri is the center of masterpieces of art and culture in Armenia. Shirak region is the only place where the ruins of Ani; a formal historical capital of Armenia can be seen in Turkey. The city is full of museums such as Museum of national architecture and urban life of Gyumri, Museum of Merkurov, Museum of Hovhannes Shirz, and Kumayri Historical District. Historical monuments include Vardanants, Mher Mkrtchyan, Mayr Hayastan and many others.  Beautiful historical churches in the region include Yot verq, St. Amenaprkich, Harich, Lmbatavanq, and Marmashen. The region also has wonderful nature with green valleys such as Ashotsk valley, and deep canyons such as Lenges canyon. Shirak marz is well known as a region of humor and is the homeland of the famous khash ( bouillion from bovine limbs). In addition, we suggest that you don’t leave Armenia without a real tasting from our best kitchen.  And enjoy the national songs and dances, customs and traditions, historical monuments and best architecture that will last in your memory for a long time. We will do our best to make your visit to Shirak marz the most interesting, enjoyable, and memorable.   Turism  
  We offer the following services:
High quality mini-buses
Professional guides (in different languages)
Hotel reservation
House rental
Organizing for outgoing and incoming tours
Reservation for air-tickets
Reservation for tour-packages

We offer:

Archeological tours
Business tours
Cultural tours
Ecological tours
Ethnological tours
Extreme tours
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