Welcome to Armenia: the only country remaining from 3,000 year old map of Anatolia. Few nations have a culture that is as rich and resilient as Armenian one. It was created through complex and laced with tragedy history of the country. This is a destination where you will be intrigued by history, awed by monuments, amazed by the landscape and charmed by down-to-earth locals. Travelling here will be rewarding and revelatory. According to the Independent newspaper, Armenia is included in the top 10 safest countries where people feel least and most safe walking home alone at night. This is evidenced by Gallup Law and Order-2015 report. Ancient temples and medieval monasteries scattered across the country make it like an “open air museum”. Breathtakingly beautiful landscapes are perfectly suited for hiking and other outdoor activities. For food lovers a delicious discovery can be Armenian cuisine with its great variety and winery with its ancient traditions. The traditional Armenian cuisine has a large variety of richly flavoured dishes. Fresh vegetables and meat are among the most favorite food products for Armenians. And then there's the unexpected delight of Yerevan – one of Europe's most exuberant and endearing cities, the oldest capital in the world. Yet its modern infrastructure and entertainment venues will open time sequences for you. Located in mountainous territory Armenia has well expressed seasons. Due to the climate diversity there are a great variety of attractions, events and activities. From snowy white blankets in winter to hot days in summer, from bouquet of fresh scents of spring flower fields to amazingly colorful forests of fall. Armenia is becoming more and more attractive for travelling cheap. That is for reason: inexpensive food, accommodation and transportation is a huge saving for those with a small budget. When in Armenia take your time to discover it. Be careful and attentive and Armenia will open its treasures for you.
12, Nikol Duman Str.,
Tel: (10) 22 02 69, (10) 27 56 11.
Nor Aresh, 16, Sophia Str.,
Tel: (10) 45 82 33.
10, Vazgen Sargsyan Str.,
Tel: (10) 56 79 90.
12, Baghramyan Ave.,
Tel: (10) 56 00 67.
6a, Sepouh Str.,
Tel: (10)2267 55, (10)220117, (10)278213
8, Gr. Lusavorich Str.,
Tel: (10) 59 19 50.
2/10, Babayan Str.,
Tel: (10) 20 07 42, (10) 20 07 38.
29, Charents Str.,
Tel: (10)523279, (10)586591, (10)524581
6, Demirchyan Str.,
Tel: (10) 53 00 51, (10) 53 67 54.
5, Italy Str.,
Tel: (10) 54 23 35, (10) 54 23 36.
1, Budaghyan Str.,
Tel: (10) 28 04 57, (10) 23 49 00.
1st St., 13/14 Dzoragiugh.,
Tel: (10) 50 13 02, (10) 50 13 03.
13a, Gr. Lusavorich Str.,
Tel: (10)567227, (10)525218, (10)582521
14, Baghramyan Ave.,
Tel: (10) 52 40 36, (10) 52 40 28.
29, Arabkir St., 5/1,
Tel: (10) 22 97 27, (10) 25 65 41.
United Kingdom of Great Britain
34, Baghramyan Ave.,
Tel: (10) 26 43 01.
United States of America
1, Amerikian Ave.,
Tel: (10) 49 42 00.
Visa to Armenia is provided by the Representation of the Republic of Armenia, located in the given country (or near it). The citizens of the CIS member-states, the EU member-states and the Schengen Acquis states do not need visa to travel to Armenia. For the visitors under 18 years old visa is free of charge.
The citizens of several countries can get a visa upon arrival in Armenia, at the border checkpoints. In general the procedure lasts 20-25 minutes.
By the expiration of the visa dates it should be prolonged at the Passport and Visa Department (Yerevan, 13a, Mashtots Ave). In case of an expired visa the citizen will be subject to a fine.
Visa can be also obtained prior to the arrival (online) by applying to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia: http://www.mfa.am/eVisa.
More detailed information regarding visa provision can be found at the web-page of RA Ministry of Foreign Affairs.