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  • Official Name:Republic of Armenia

  • Capital:Yerevan

  • Population:2,963,243

  • Area:29,743 km²

  • Major Languages:Armenian

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:75.09 years

  • Currency:Dram

10 Things To Do In Armenia

  • 1. Explore the ancient Garni Temple and Geghard Monastery

    Visit Garni Temple, a Hellenistic-style monument, and Geghard Monastery, a cave monastery, both showcasing Armenia`s historical and religious significance.

  • 2. Admire the stunning landscapes of Lake Sevan

    Enjoy the scenic beauty of Lake Sevan, one of the largest high-altitude lakes in the world, surrounded by mountains and offering various water activities.

  • 3. Discover the vibrant capital city of Yerevan

    Wander through Yerevan, a city known for its pink volcanic stone buildings, bustling markets, and historical landmarks like the Republic Square.

  • 4. Experience Armenian hospitality in a local home stay

    Engage with local families by staying in a traditional guesthouse (B&B), where you can savor homemade Armenian dishes and immerse yourself in local culture.

  • 5. Hike in the picturesque Dilijan National Park

    Trek through Dilijan National Park, a lush forested area known as "Armenia`s Switzerland," offering scenic trails, natural beauty, and fresh mountain air.

  • 6. Explore the medieval monasteries of Tatev and Noravank

    Visit Tatev Monastery, accessible via the Wings of Tatev aerial tramway, and Noravank Monastery, nestled among striking red cliffs, both architectural marvels.

  • 7. Taste traditional Armenian cuisine, including lavash and dolma

    Delight in Armenian cuisine, characterized by its rich flavors and unique dishes, such as lavash (flatbread) and dolma (stuffed grape leaves).

  • 8. Visit the Khor Virap Monastery with Mount Ararat in the background

    Discover Khor Virap Monastery, offering spectacular views of Mount Ararat, a symbol of Armenian heritage and a significant biblical landmark.

  • 9. Explore the ancient ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral

    Marvel at the ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn about the cathedral`s history and architectural significance.

  • 10. Participate in traditional Armenian dance and music performances

    Experience the vibrancy of Armenian culture by attending traditional dance and music performances, including the lively circle dance, Kochari.

5 Most Visited Cities In Armenia

  • Yerevan





When To Go To Armenia

  • Spring (April to June) and fall (September to October) are Armenia`s chapters of allure, a time when the country unfolds its cultural and natural treasures. Spring emerges as a crescendo of blossoms and greenery, transforming the landscapes into a work of art. The capital, Yerevan, comes alive with outdoor markets and festivals, while the countryside invites hikers and explorers. In fall, Armenia is cloaked in warm tones as foliage changes, creating a picturesque backdrop for travel. This season is an invitation to delve into Armenian culture, from ancient monasteries to the vibrant streets of Yerevan. Hiking amid the fall landscapes and savoring local wine tastings form the fabric of an unforgettable Armenian journey.

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