As you approach the Armenian capital of Yerevan, you can look up and see Mount Ararat towering in the distance, casting its shadow on a city shrouded in pink. Yerevan has come to be known as Armenia’s Pink City for exactly this view: its Soviet-era buildings constructed out of pink stones from the surrounding landscape. The color is brightest at sunrise and sunset, and changes throughout the day based on where the sun hits it.
Yerevan itself it’s one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, though it’s been known by many other names over the years. It was founded in 782 B.C.E. by Urartian King Argishti I, who named it Erebuni, though the territory had been settled and was actually in use since the 4th millennium B.C.E.. After World War I, Yerevan became the 12th capital of Armenia.
Starting from AED 1,110.00 per person on Twin Sharing Basis.
Starting from AED 1,250.00 per person on Twin Sharing Basis.
|India - If holding a valid UAE Residence Visa||Albania|
|Antigua and Barbuda||Australia|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Brunei|
|Palau||Papua New Guinea|
|Republic of Korea||Saint-Lucia|
|Saint-Vincent and Nevis||Samoa|
|Solomon Islands||South Africa|
|Trinidad and Tobago||Turkey|
You can check if you are eligible for electronic Armenia visa via http://www.mfa.am/en/visa/.
Processing of electronic visa takes 03 days.
Citizens of countries that were not included in any of the above-mentioned lists, may obtain visa at the embassies and consulates of Armenia. One of the required papers is the invitation letter. It should be originated by a legal entity, Travel Company registered in Armenia, Armenian authorities, diplomatic representations and international organizations or their representatives. Physical persons present invitations to the Passport and Visa Department of Police. Foreign citizens of Armenian nationality may receive visa without invitation.