Welcome To Armenia
The geographical location of Armenia on the crossroad of eastern and western civilization makes it easily accessible for everyone!
Obtaining an Armenian visa is a quick and hassle free procedure while for number of countries it is not required whatsoever.
The climate in Armenia is continental. Summers are dry and sunny, lasting from June to mid-September. Springs are short, while autumns are long. Autumns are known for their vibrant and colorful foliage. Winters are quite cold with plenty of snow, with temperatures ranging between −10 and −5 °C .
How To Get To Armenia
There are several ways to visit Armenia by airplane, by train, by car. Armenia has one of the best and modern international airports in the region. Yerevan Airport of ARMENIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS (former Zvartnots Airport) is the most modern airport. It is designed to serve a large number of passengers. It is a modern and secure International Airport recognized and appreciated by international community and the air companies.
Armenia is the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as a state religion (in 301). The administrative and spiritual center of AAC is located in city Echmiadzin. The head of the church is The Catholic of All Armenians. The main religious holidays are: January 6 – The Christmas, February 13 – The Purification, April 7 – Annunciation In April – Easter, In July – Transfiguration, September 8 – The Blessed Virgin birth.
The most astounding thing about Armenian food is that it is still organic. That’s why tourists visiting Armenia just can’t stop eating our fruit and vegetables as they are all natural, juicy and tasty and the smell of apricots , peaches or tomatoes won’t leave you indifferent.
When we go on a trip, the hotel issue may become one of the most fundamental. Rest in Armenia is a wonderful choice of hotels.
Most hotels in Armenia provide rooms with breakfast. The hotels themselves are well-appointed, you can get to know the cuisine and customs right from the doorstep.
Armenia is known all over the world as an open air museum. Tourists can enjoy over 4,000 historical monuments throughout Armenia, from various periods of the country’s history- dated from prehistoric to Hellenistic time, and from early to medieval Christian era. For centuries, Armenians have created unique and remarkable culture in the crossroads of east and west.