Different countries create a big number of logical and illogical restrictions for their residents and tourists during the Pandemic... We are suggesting a Covid- friendly destination to you- Armenia. Let us tell you some tips for your trip to Armenia! Armenia is one of the first countries that has opened its borders for tourism. If you are fully vaccinated you have no issue to travel to Armenia. There are some countries that require a PCR test even for vaccinated people. In Armenia you don’t need it. A PCR test is required only for non vaccinated people before the arrival. There are a small number of mask-free countries. Armenia is among them. Wearing masks is upon your decision. Wearing masks can be required only in banks or governmental organizations. According to the governmental decision, a vaccination certificate (QR code) or a PCR test result is required for entering restaurants, museums and concert halls, but every week there are fewer structures that ever ask you to show this. If Armenia requires a visa for your country (see the list), make sure you get the visa before your arrival, as during the pandemic no upon arrival visa is done. See the e-visa form here. Direct flights from the following countries are available during the pandemic : UAE, Qatar, Austria , Germany, France, Russia (temporary not all the flights are available), Ukraine (temporary no flights) , Belarus etc Check out our tours here: Best Itinerary for a family trip or a trip with your adventurous and curious friends The Country of Medieval Monasteries and Virgin Nature (one overnight out of the capital) Exploring the culture of Armenia (suitable as a long weekend tour/all the overnights in the capital) Check out some reviews about us
Different countries create a big number of logical and illogical restrictions for their residents and tourists during the Pandemic… We are suggesting a Covid- friendly destination to you- Armenia. Let us tell you some tips for your trip to Armenia!
At the Slopes of Biblical Mount Ararat is situated a tiny country with rich history and culture, breathtaking and variable landscape, World Cultural and Intangible heritage. This tiny country is called Armenia. Here are the UNESCO sights of Armenia World’s First Christian State and its Spiritual Center (301 A.D) and Archeological Site Zvartnots The spiritual center of the First Christian State -Echmiadzin together with its four Churches is considered World Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO . Situated just 17 km from the capital Yerevan this small city is home to the world's First Cathedral, three VII century Churches of different architectural style and one 17th century Church. All of them are architectural masterpieces and the history of their foundation is connected with the World’s Christianization. Cultural, Religious and Educational centers of Medieval Armenia Haghpat and Sanahin Monasteries X-XIII centuries These monastic complexes situated in the picturesque valley of Debed river, are two of the most important cultural, educational and religious centers of Medieval Armenia. Thanks to their unique architecture, and historical and cultural importance, they were the first to be considered World’s Cultural Heritage representing the Republic of Armenia. Monastery Carved in the Rock and upper Azat Valley Another Example of a World Cultural Heritage is Geghard cave-Monastery. Founded in the 4th century it became one of the most religious centers of Medieval Armenia in the XIII century. The upper gavit totally carved in the rock is one of the most beautiful and the most mysterious ambiances for spiritual concerts.
At the Slopes of Biblical Mount Ararat is situated a tiny country with rich history and culture, breathtaking and variable landscape, World Cultural and Intangible heritage.