TRAVEL TO ARMENIA

ArmEcoTour travel agency draws travelers’ attention to a new destination called ARMENIA! We invite inquisitive, lively people to Travel to Armenia, to one of the most exciting countries in this world. Various tours have been created to offer a more independent experience than you might expect from travelling in a group for those who love solo-travelling, but also for those who want to explore in their own time, using the local bus or trying a new tavern every night. As with most things, the more you know about Armenia, the more interesting it becomes for you each time you explore it. Here in our staff you’ll find people, who really understand their subject and your interest, could make a passion interest into a lifelong passion- or at least, open your eyes to see the beauties of our country and its history in a new light. So Travel to Armenia is by its nature adventurous, and by taking a holiday with a party of other people, that adventure can seem compromised. To some people travelling in any kind of a group is like being a captive of their holiday and other peoples’ decisions. We want to escape this. Thus, ArmEco Holiday tours were invented so that you could have the best of both worlds – an expert tour-operator on hand to inspire, inform and advise you and the rest of your holiday arrangements made on your behalf – but the freedom and independence to spend time as you wish to spend it. This might mean opting in and out of site visits, or taking advantage of local buses and trains to explore on your own sometimes. It might mean staying behind at a site and sketching and finding your own way back. As with any of ArmEco tours, the Holiday in Armenia is structured as a travelling narrative, building day by day, rather than a series of isolated site visits. During your Travel to Armenia, our customers will be well-informed of the full story of our country. Our guides can tell you about the latest research, new finds and most up-to-date theories – and how they relate to what you are looking at. People travel with ArmEcotour travel company with their families and teenage children who join them during the school holidays and we are delighted that a love of our ancient country can span the age gap in this way. ArmEcoTour is attracting a new audience, and we think that people who were unsure what Travel to Armenia was all about, are now taking the plunge, and joining our holidays. We are always there to organize the on-site (and in-bar) discussions that are some of the best bits of the tour, and everyone’s opinions throw up new ideas. We hope you will join us this year and open the doors to a lifelong interest which you can follow almost anywhere in the world – even in your own back garden.
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Nessebar and Ravda 

Nessebar is situated on a tiny island near the Sunny Beach resort 37km away from Burgas (the journey from Burgas airport takes approximately 40 minutes). Nessebar is one of the oldest towns in Europe (it was founded by the Thracians in the late Bronze Age), in 1983 it was proclaimed a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO and is protected by this organization. Old Nessebar is a real treasure box full of architectural jewels. Over 40 churches were built here in the Middle Ages. Some of them remain to this day. There is an archeological museum, which houses a wonderful collection of antique and medieval art located next to the remains of the old city wall at the main entrance to the city. If you’re staying in one of the comfortable hotels in the new part of Nessebr, then the old town is the perfect place for romantic evening strolls or for walks in a good company. Very close to Nessebar (only 3 km. away) is the town of Ravda, which is traditionally associated with children’s and teenager’s holidays. Today this resort offers first-class hotels; there is a wonderful wide sandy beach. The great thing about Ravda is its proximity to Nessebar and Sunny Beach, which allows you to combine quiet relaxation with various attractions a big modern resort has to offer.

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