Discover CULTURE & CUISINE and the ART OF LIFE.

Armenia is the land of great wine, culture and delicious cuisine. The history of Armenian wine dates back thousands of years, and Armenian dishes are just as ancient. Today, Armenia is home to many wine regions and wineries, each with its unique style and flavor. And with so many different types of wine to choose from, there’s something for everyone.

So whether you’re a wine lover or simply someone who enjoys good food, Armenia is the place for you. Come and discover the ART of life and the ENJOYMENT of food. You won’t be disappointed. And there’s no better way to experience Armenian wine and cuisine than by traveling to Armenia and enjoying it yourself.

With the history of the old churches and monasteries, the stunning mountain scenery, and the friendly people – Armenia has it all. And how about discovering the first and largest saffron field in our town and trying dishes from pure gold as saffron is compared to?

No matter what you’re looking for, Armenia has something for everyone. So come and discover the ART of life – we are waiting for you.

Our Bed&Breakfast Safran House

Instant feed back

Max. 13 Pers. or 6 Rooms

As long as you like!

from 42.- Euro per room, includes Breakfast

Lunch and dinner on request

We speak Armenian, English, Russian, German

We offer a Variety of Culinary & Cultural Highlights

wine cellar with view to apart mountains in Armenia

The Culinary Wine Tour

Wine&Dine, what else ! This wine tour in Armenia is a dream come true for wine lovers who want to taste the world's oldest grapes along with a culinary experience. It is a fabulous wine tour week visiting wine producers with their indigenous grapes. There are more than 400 indigenous grape varieties in Armenia, of which 31 are currently cultivated. The journey through the Armenian landscapes and with the unforgettable food and wine along the way, the personal contact with the people in the different places makes the tour very special.

areni broken and very old wine amphora in the cave

The Historical Wine Tour

More than a decade ago, researchers discovered several archaeological objects in a rock cave near the mountain town of Areni. These included the oldest known shoe, the oldest known brain tissue from the Old World and a 6,100-year-old wine cellar - the oldest, worldwide. We visit the Areni-1 cave with its cylindrical clay vessels (each more than one meter in diameter) where wine was made for burial ceremonies. A whole special tour into the past of wine making.

saffron pear dish

The Armenian&Persian Saffron Cuisine

Visit us in our saffron house in Sarigyugh and experience the fragrance of our saffron. We will cook for you saffron dishes from Persian and Armenian cuisine that you will never forget. An experience of a special kind.

The Armenian Cultural History

Armenia is a country rich in cultural heritage and traditions. While some traditions date back thousands of years, they, like the people, have adapted to modern times and are still celebrated today. Armenia's culture encompasses many elements based on the people's geography, language, beliefs, literature, architecture, dance and music. Armenia was the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as its state religion in 301 AD. One of the most important components of Armenian culture is music and dance. The Armenian language dates from the early period of Indo-European differentiation and spread about 5000 years ago or is even more ancient. Classical Armenian architecture is divided into four distinct periods. The first Armenian churches were built between the 4th and 7th centuries.

The very Exclusive Birdwatching Tour

Probably due to its unique geographical location, 350 bird species have been reliably recorded in Armenia, 245 of which have been proven to breed here and about 170 found in winter. The best time to visit Armenia for bird watching is between the months of May-July and September-October. To get the full experience and see most of the country's species, you should allow at least 8 days for your trip. We will take you to some of the amazing places with our guides.

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