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Cheap Flights to Armenia

The Republic of Armenia is a country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. Armenia is a landlocked country, sharing borders with Georgia to the north, Turkey to the west, Azerbaijan's Naxcivan exclave to the southwest, Iran to the south, and Azerbaijan to the east. The capital of Armenia is Yerevan. Armenia is home to many mountains and mountain valleys, and many tourists come to visit its ancient monasteries, high-walled forts, and old churches. 

What to see & do

Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral, Yerevan - The Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral is the world's largest Armenian church. Armenia was the first state in the world to declare Christianity as its official religion, and the cathedral serves as the symbol of the 1700th anniversary of this proclamation.

Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet after Alexander Spendiaryan - Yerevan Opera Theater, named after Armenian composer Alexander Spendiaryan, is an opera building consisting of two concert halls: the Aram Khatchaturian concert hall and the Alexander Spendiaryan Opera and Ballet National Theatre. The former has a seating capacity of 1,400, and the latter has a seating capacity of 1,200 seats.

Lovers' Park - Lovers' Park, known in the 18th century as Kozern Park, is a 2.5-hectare public park on Baghramyan Avenue in Yerevan. It is situated in the central Kentron district of the city. In 1949, the park was redesigned and renamed Pushkin Park, then to Barekamutyun (Friendship) in 1970, and was eventually renamed Lovers' Park Yerevan on the second half of the 20th century. The park contains a small central amphitheatre that has a seating capacity of 215 and a small cafe.

Cafesjian Museum of Art - Cafesjian Museum of Art, also called Cafesjian Museum Foundation, is an art museum located in the area in and around the Cascade. The museum's most prominent collection is the Gerard L. Cafesjian Collection of Art. 

How to get around

Armenia's local public transportation is efficient and inexpensive. Inter-city travel can be accomplished by minibuses or buses. A ride on the mini-bus does not require any ticket at all; just pay the driver at any point throughout the trip, preferably upon boarding the bus. Some of the major tourist sites in Armenia are very infrequently served by public transport, so it would be a good idea to have a day tour arranged with your travel agency. Taxis can take passengers pretty much anywhere in the country, and are particularly useful if you have a lot of luggage or are not sure how to use the public transportation to get where you're going. Trains are available to Gyumri, Alaverdi and Georgia, or to Lake Sevan, but are very slow.

How to get there

The primary commercial airport serving Armenia is Zvartnots International Airport, located 12 kilometers west of Yerevan. The airport has connections with Athens, Moscow, Sharjah, Istanbul, Vienna, Minsk, Krasnodar, Mineralnya Vody, Rostov-onDon, Sochi, Dnipropetrovsk, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Tehran, Warsaw, Beirut, Krasnoyarsk, Saint Petersburg, Volgograd, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk, Saratov, Aktau, Kiev, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Yekaterinburg, and Tyumen. The airlines serving Zvartnots International Airport include Air Armenia, Atlasjet, Donavia, LOT Polish Airlines, Nordstar, S7 Airlines, Transaero Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Ural Airlines, UTair Aviation.

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