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The company Tour Advice Armenia is a leader among tour operators in Armenia. Extensive experience in the market allows us to offer our customers the best that there is in the Armenian market of tourism. Tours in Armenia, Armenia sightseeing, hotels of different classes, organization of conferences, business trips - all this and more on our website at your disposal - Tour Advice Armenia.

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Tours to Armenia

We offer a variety of tours to Armenia. All of them are exciting and memorable. We will realize the trip that you have in mind!

Tours
to Armenia

Inbound tourism is the main direction of our company. We offer a huge selection of tour packages and excursions throughout Armenia. You will get unforgettable emotions from this wonderful country, proudly called Armenia.

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Festival and Holiday
tours to Armenia

Immerse yourself in the festive atmosphere of Armenian traditions. We will arrange a real holiday and a lifetime experience during your visit for the May and November holidays, as well as the wine festival in Armenia.

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Reliable partnership with hundreds of air carriers around the world enables us to offer you the best available rates to any direction in the world. We also organize pick-up service at the airport and transfer to hotel.

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Tour Advice Armenia is an official partner of hotels, hostels and apartments in Armenia. It enables us to offer you rooms for every taste and budget - from the cheapest accommodation to the most luxurious ones.

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Short Info About Armenia

  • Language

    The official language is Armenian. Russian and English are widely used.
  • Religion

    Armenia was the first country to accept Christianity as a state religion in 301 AD. It has its own church, Armenian Apostolic church. A significant number of the population (94%) follows Christianity, small percentage of other religions are present as well. The center of the Armenian Apostolic church is the Holy See of Echmiadzin.
  • Geography

    The Republic of Armenia is located at the crossroad between Europe and Asia. It is a landlocked mountainous country situated in Caucasus. Armenia borders with Georgia, Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan and de facto independent Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.The territory of Armenia is not a huge one, but the geography is quite diverse. One can find all the geographical zones. After 15-20 minutes in the cold of the mountains you can appear in the heat of Ararat valley, and then walk in cool waters of the Armenian beauty Sevan.The highest point in the country is the Mount Ararat (4090 m.).
  • Currency

    The monetary unit of Armenia is AMD (Armenian dram). It is also the national monetary unit of Nagorno-Karabakh. 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 dram coins and 1000, 5000, 10 000, 20 000, 50 000 and 100 000 AMD banknotes can be found in circulation.The banking system is quite developed in Armenia. They offer many different types of services. Banks are open from Monday till Friday, 09:00-17:00. Exchange offices are open until midnight and also operate at weekends and on public holidays. You can easily convert currency without any restrictions and commissions in numerous currency exchange offices and banks.ArCa Classic Card, MasterCard Standard Card, MasterCard Gold Card, MasterCard Platinum Card, Visa Electron Maestro Card, Visa Classic Card/Master Card Standard, Visa Gold Card/Master Card Gold, Visa Business Card, American Express Gold Card, American Express Blue Card can be used here.
  • Phone

    Armenia country code: 374. Yerevan city code: 10. 
  • Transport

    The recently renovated "Zvartnots" International Airport welcomes flights from around the world. Public transport in Armenia includes buses, mini-buses, taxis. Yerevan metro runs from 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
  • Visa

    The visa procedures in Armenia are quite easy. You can get it at the embassies of the Republic of Armenia abroad or just at the frontier of Armenia and at the airport, as well as on-line.
  • Climate

    The climate ranges from subtropical to alpine. It is dry continental with distinct seasons. The average temperature in July is 30° C, and - 5°C in January. Armenia enjoys 333 days of sun during the year.

Where to be… What to see…

Aragatsotn Marz is a land of volcanic shields with their highest elevation at 4090 meters above sea level. It is the favourite site for the wealthy Yerevan dwellers, who are attracted by its proximity to the nation’s capital and mildly chill climate. Nor does the marz have a shortage of fortresses and other monuments of ancient Armenian architecture. On the East, the marz runs along the Kasakh River. In the western part the territory of the region stretches up to the state border with Turkey. Fabulous monasteries scattered down the steep walls of the gorge present a magnificent site to behold. The villages of the western area of the marz huddle together, as if to survive harsh winters...

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Vayots Dzor region lies in the south-east of the country, bordering the Nakhichevan exclave of Azerbaijan in the west and the Azerbaijan in the east. It is one of the most scenic and historically interesting regions of Armenia once being the seat of many Armenian royal families. The flora and fauna in Vayots Dzor region is very diverse with 5.7% of natural forests. The uplands have potential hiking, horse riding, mountain bike tracks, and camping spots. Vayots Dzor surface is extraordinary diverse. Volcanic forces, earthquakes, waters of Arpa river and its tributaries shaped numerous mountain ranges stretching by different directions with high and small tops, mysterious canyons, mountain pa...

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The region of Tavush is situated in the north-east of Armenia bordering with Georgia in the north, and Azerbaijan in the east. Archeological explorations have proved that the region of Tavush has been inhabited since the Stone Age period. Now Tavush is a wonderful region the half of which is covered with thick forests. The region is rich in monastic complexes, fortresses, khachkars (cross-stones), bridges, tombs, natural and handmade monuments, and cultural constructions. The river Aghstev flows across the region to the north-east forming an imaginary landscape around its basin. The region also boasts of Lake Parz, which means a Pure Lake. The lake reaches maximum depth of only 5 m. It has ...

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Blessed with a mountainous and highly rugged terrain Syunik region of Armenia suggested natural protection from enemies to its inhabitants who abundantly built fortresses in Medieval Syunik. Although in ruins, many of them have survived till our days. The region is rich with sights of internationally historical value. It embracese the mountain chains of Zangezour, Meghri and Syunik Highland. Syunik Region is considered to be the southern gates of Armenia. On the border with Iran is Meghri district, where, thanks to the unique natural and climatic conditions grow many subtropical and very tasty fruits like pomegranate, fig, persimmon, quince, etc. Important destinations in Syunik include Tat...

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About 1500-2000 meters high above the sea level, the region of Shirak is the coldest in Armenia sometimes with an air temperature of -46°C in winter. The region borders with Turkey in the west and Georgia in the north. The ancient history of Shirak reminds that of Ararat Valley, sometimes more legend than history, but according to scientists it has been inhabited 25,000 years ago, with settlements mainly found along the Akhurian Valley since around 9000 BC. The region’s major river is Akhuryan flowing out from the reservoir of Lake Arpi. A dam was built on the source of the river, thus transforming the lake into a reservoir. Urartian cuneiforms and epitaphs, as well as ruins of ...

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Situated in the northern part of the Republic of Armenia, Lori region borders in the north with Georgia. The region is the third largest one by its population after the capital Yerevan. The region is rich in water resources including rivers Debed, Dzoraget, and Pambak as well as many rills. The rivers flowing across the region contribute to the wonderful nature of the territory. The mountain arrangement in Lori provides a mild climate protecting from cold northern air masses. Here in the gorgeous panorama of the region one can see the inaccessible fortress town of Lori Berd. Located on a mountainous plateau, the fort has a triangle shape. The deep canyons of Dzoraget and Urut rivers complet...

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Unlike any other region in Armenia, Kotayk located in the central part of the country yet being the only internal region. As a tourist destination Kotayk is rich indeed both in nature and culture. Some of them are Bjni, famous for its fresh air and natural spring waters; the only survived pagan temple of Garni and the monastery of Geghard; churches of Zoravor and Kecharis. Besides the named traditional attractions of Garni, Geghard, and Tsaghkadzor, the region abounds in wonderfully sited rural monasteries such as Havuts Tar, St. Stepanos, Teghenyats and Meghradzor, forts such as Bjni and Sevaberd, and the splendid folk shrine of Virgin Varvara inside the Mt. Ara volcanic crater. The gorg...

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The region of Gegharkunik is dominated by Lake Sevan and the watershed of the numerous streams that flow into it and out down the Hrazdan River to the Arax. This region borders with the regions of Lori and Tavush, and in the East it borders with the Republic of Azerbaijan. The Sevan basin is windswept, treeless and austere, but with stunning ski resorts, an ever-changing lake surface, and a rich history. All around the lake are the tumbled stone remains of Bronze and Iron Age fortifications and towns, and little boulder clumps marking vast fields of prehistoric burials with superb burnished pottery. Lake Sevan enters recorded history form ancient times. Thus King Rusa I conquered the Sevan...

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Armavir Marz is located in the Arax river valley, on perhaps the most fertile lands in Armenia, made up of the three Soviet regions of Ejmiatsin (the basin of the lower Kasagh river), Armavir (the Metsamor or Sevjur river basin), and Baghramian, the rocky western upland. Jewel in the touristic crown is Ejmiatsin, the mother church of Armenia, with its treasury and outlying early medieval churches, including the ruined Zvartnots Cathedral. The Sardarapat battle monument includes an impressive ethnographic museum. There are some other interesting historical places in Armavir such as Urartian/Hellenistic city of Armavir/Argishtihinili and fortress of Aragats, and the early Iron Age site/museum ...

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Ararat Marz together with Armavir Marz is sharing the main agricultural region of Armenia – Ararat Valley. It has hot climate, its landscape is mainly flat valley of the Arax River south of Yerevan, including the brown hills of the lower Azat and Vedi river watersheds, but including fine green valleys and mountains in the upper reaches, mostly protected within the bounds of the Khosrov Nature Reserve. Ararat Marz is dominated by the double silhouette of Mt. Ararat (now situated just behind of border with Turkey), the sacred symbol of the national consciousness and dreams of the Armenian people, which looms on a clear day close and magical. Main tourist destination of the Marz is Khor ...

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The pink and ancient and at the same time cheerful city welcomes all its visitors in all its modesty and luxury. This ancient city is older than Rome. The city has witnessed four settlement phases from the end of the 4th millennium BC to the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. Lying on the main trade routes between East and West, Yerevan was constantly fought back and forth during the course of the time. The city is situated on the left bank of the river Hrazdan, rushing across the Ararat valley. It is impossible to imagine Yerevan without the famous Opera and Ballet House, The Republic Square with its colorful fountains and the Government House. Mount of Ararat forms an indispensable par...

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During the period from 189 BC up to 387 AD Artsakh was the tenth province of the historical kingdom of Armenia. Today’s name of Artsakh – "Nagorno-Karabakh" itself seems to attests to the region's tumultuous history. The word "Nagorno" (Нагорный or Nagornyj) is Russian for "mountainous. "The name "Karabakh" first appeared in Georgian and Persian writings from the 13th and 14th centuries.Many scholars have come to a conclusion that "Karabakh" (or "Karabagh") is a compound of the Turkic "kara" meaning "black" and the Persian "bakh" meaning "garden. "However, there are strong arguments that he word "kara" is a derivative of "kaleh" or "kala", which in the old Harzani ...

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Explore Armenia

Do you want to get acquainted with older civilizations in the modern society? Do you want to witness pagan features surviving up to our days? And finally enjoy the warm and hospitable nature of the Armenian sole? Then you are welcome to the world of unique culture and attractive nature. The Armenian culture comes from the depth of the history, just like the country itself. Many invasions and many wars in the course of time have tried to change our culture, the way of thinking, our language and anything else. However, despite the interference of different cultures, Armenians have preserved all the flavor of beautiful traditions and culture. The culture of Armenia is obviously differen...

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Armenian cuisine wonderfully combines many diverse tastes and smells. It occupies its unique place in the mysterious Oriental cuisine. Various spices and greens, fish, dairy products form an inseparable part of the delicate Armenian cuisine.  Armenian cuisine dates back to the roots of Armenian nation. It combines the food and cooking techniques of both Eastern and Western Armenians now represented mostly by Armenian Diaspora. The traditions of Armenian culinary are over 2000 years old, and a person who has ever tasted Armenian cuisine never forgets the flavor of the food. The taste of Armenian traditional dishes relies on the freshness and quality of the food rather than spices. ...

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New Year - January 1 New Year is possibly the most expected holiday for the Armenians. The holiday is celebrated beginning from December 31 and lasts till Christmas - January 6, but the New Year decorations and the happy atmosphere last till January 13. Preparations begin with buying presents and decorations for the table and the house. Then it is the time for cooking tasty dishes and traditional food. Wherever an Armenian is, he strives to be at home during the New Year. Christmas (Surb Tsnund) - January 6 Christmas is celebrated as one of the major religious holiday. The dishes on the Christmas table differ from that of other holidays. Fish, rice with raisin are obligatory for...

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Are you eager to experience the magic of the Tours to Armenia? Are you ready to enjoy a new type of vacation off the beaten track? Are you eager to explore similarities and differences of Caucasian countries? Then the Team of Tour Advice Armenia will assist you in every single detail for you to have a complete relaxation and an unforgettable pastime be it in modern cities, or caves of prehistoric people, in rugged mountains and deep gorges, or at the hotels. During the Tours to Armenia, the first Christian country, and the second Christian country, Georgia, you will have an opportunity to admire the treasures of the region: from powerful monasteries of UNESCO till small ...

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Welcome to Armenia!!! Welcome to an ancient Christian country with the oldest astronomical observatory ever found in the history even older than the British Stonehenge and even the pyramids in Egypt.

  • Welcome to witness evidence of primeval civilization in Armenia existing from times immemorial, when neither Mesopotamia, nor Egypt, nor any other civilization on earth existed
  • And finally, welcome to enjoy the warmth and hospitality of the Armenian soul
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