One of the gurus of world tourism and "the father of modern adventure travel" Richard Bangs traveled to Armenia with his family. He shared his first impressions of Armenia with Sira, who guided him around Armenia this summer.
Welcoming 2020 in Armenia promises to be vivid and memorable. We have compiled a detailed guide on how and where you can spend holidays in Armenia this winter. Immerse yourself into an exciting festive atmosphere!
U.S.-based blogger David Hoffmann has recently added Armenia to the list of over 70 countries he has visited so far. As David traveled around Armenia and Artsakh, he learned about Armenian culture, hospitality, and rich cuisine.
Armenian cuisine is considered one of the oldest in the world and includes delicious dishes prepared from a wide range of healthy products. Armenia will definitely not leave you indifferent!
Every year on April 24, Armenians all around the world commemorate the memory of the victims of the Genocide. Armenia transforms completely throughout the day allowing tourists to explore the open wounds of the people and this important piece of history.
The 12th session of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage has added the Armenian traditional dance Kochari on its “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” list.
What remains of Armenia’s pagan past. Garni Temple, a significant symbol of the pre-Christian era, is an integral part of Armenia and one of the most popular tourist attractions.
Do you think you have seen everything Yerevan has to offer or maybe have all the destinations already on your travel bucket list? Check out our list of cozy places in Yerevan and discover places you didn’t know existed! Sometimes the most hidden spots are the most delightful.
Natural anomaly, miracle or interference of extraterrestrial civilizations? Scientists are struggling to solve the secret of the mountain road. This part of the route is on the way to Aragats, where the 7th century fortress Amberd is located.