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History lives here! Armenia is the last remaining country from the 3,000-year old maps of Anatolia. Plan your holiday in Armenia with cheap flights to Armenia’s largest airport, Zvartnots International Airport (EVN) near Yerevan. LOT Polish Airlines, Austrian Airlines and Aeroflot all fly to the Armenian capital.
Armenia is mostly dry except in places like Lori, Tavush and Syunik. The best months of the year to go on holidays in Armenia are September to early November when days are long and warm. Book your flights to Armenia at least 4-5 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
Flights to Armenia take around 8 hours from London with stopovers.
Armenia has plenty to offer visitors. It was the world’s first Christian country and lies on the border between Asia and Europe, a crossroads of culture. Armenia is ancient and rich and the locals very hospitable, are you ready to explore?
Yerevan: A trip to the capital is a much for visiting the country’s great museums and cultural venues. Built in a neo-classical style, you can’t help but notice the resemblance with Paris, Vienna and Saint Petersburg.
Lake Sevan: This region is rich in ancient monuments, churches and monasteries, beaches as well around the lake. The largest Khachkar cemetery is located here. Don’t miss tasting some local crayfish at the restaurants around the lake.
Dilijan: The “Little Switzerland” of Armenia, Dilijan is a popular forest resort city with some stunning views and stunning scenery in the mountains. It’s an amazing place for hiking, through alpine meadows and across mountain passes.
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if you want a taste of true Armenia then make sure you stay in a few Bed & Breakfasts while you’re there. In the countryside this is the most popular type of accommodation. In Yerevan you can find it all from cheap backpacker’s hostels to more luxurious hotels. Around Lake Sevan, cottages are the popular choice.