Armenia Travel Guide

Continent: Europe and Asia
Region: Eastern Europe, Western Asia

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Armenia Travel Essentials

Ideal Duration:
5-7 days for exploring Yerevan, Geghard, and Lake Sevan; longer for exploring monasteries and historical sites

Best Time:
May to October (Warmer months) Read More

Accommodation Cost (per night in USD):
Dorm bed: $10-20
Budget: $30-60
Mid-range: $80-120
Luxury: $150 and above

Budget for Food & Drinks (per day in USD):
Budget: $10-20
Mid-range: $30-50

Visa Policy for Indians:
eVisa available

Visa Policy for Other Nationals:
eVisa or Visa on Arrival for many countries

Getting In Armenia:
Zvartnots International Airport (EVN) in Yerevan Read More

Getting Around Armenia:
Minibusses, taxis, rental cars Read More

"A Journey into the Heart of the South Caucasus"

Armenia Tourism

Armenia, a cradle of Christianity and ancient history, beckons with its rich heritage and stunning landscapes. Yerevan, the capital, showcases modernity alongside historical sites like the Matenadaran Library. Nestled amidst Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Iran, Armenia offers travelers a unique blend of culture, spirituality, and natural beauty altogether. The Armenian landscape is a breathtaking collage of rugged mountains, lush forests, and serene lakes. Visit Yerevan, the dynamic capital, to explore the Matenadaran, a repository of ancient manuscripts, and the History Museum of Armenia, which houses a vast collection of artifacts. 

Lake Sevan in Armenia is one of the largest high-altitude lakes in the world and is an ideal destination for relaxation and water activities. The Sevanavank Monastery perched on its shores adds to the picturesque setting. For hikers and nature enthusiasts, the Dilijan National Park offers lush trails through dense forests and pristine streams.

Armenia boasts a history dating back to the dawn of civilization, with some historians considering it the world's oldest Christian nation. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Haghpat and Sanahin Monasteries, where intricate stonework and centuries-old manuscripts of Armenia's spiritual heritage. The iconic Geghard Monastery, partially carved into the cliffs, is another must-visit, as is the ancient city of Ani, a former capital of the Armenian Kingdom.

Armenian cuisine is a delightful revelation, featuring dishes like dolma (stuffed grape leaves), lavash bread, and succulent khorovats (barbecue). Don't miss an opportunity to savor a glass of Armenian brandy, celebrated globally for its quality and flavour.

Holidify's opinion on Travel to Armenia

What's Great about Travelling to Armenia?

Ancient churches, dramatic landscapes, and rich history.

What's Not So Great about Travelling to Armenia?

Political Instability, Language Barrier, Limited Tourism Infrastructure

Who should Travel to Armenia?

History and Architecture Enthusiasts. Cultural Travelers. Hiking Enthusiasts. Spiritual Seekers.

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