Destinations & institutionsArmenia Travel

In the heart of the majestic Caucasus, Armenia remains a destination of choice for history buffs, culture lovers, nature enthusiasts and gourmets in search of authentic experiences. With its enchanting landscapes, thousand-year-old heritage and vibrant cultural scene, Armenia promises a memorable journey through its unsuspected treasures. The country welcomed 2.3 million tourists in 2023, an increase of almost 40% compared to 2022.

Armenia is one of the oldest countries in the world, with a history stretching back thousands of years. It is famous for its ancient monasteries, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Among them, the Geghard Monastery and the upper Azatou Valley, the Etchmiadzine Cathedral and churches and the Zvartnots archaeological site, all bear witness to the birth of Christianity in Armenia.

With its varied landscapes ranging from imposing mountains to verdant valleys, Armenia is attracting more and more tourists in search of adventure and relaxation. Lake Sevan, one of the world’s largest high-altitude lakes, is a popular destination for beaches and water sports. Hiking in the Caucasus mountains offers spectacular panoramas and unique experiences for nature lovers.

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