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7 Argishti Str, Yerevan, 3750037, Armenia
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lots of answers needed please

by chriso1969

Im planning to travel to Tbilisi on sept 1st,and then on to Yerevan for 5 days.Is it possible to do this,and which is the best form of transport eg train or bus?how much will it cost roughly and how long will the journey take? Will I need visa's for both Georgia and Armenia and if so where can I get them.
Also whilst in Yerevan I may take a trip to either of the following countries Turkey and Iran and im wondering which form of transport is best eg bus or train,how long it will take and roughly how much it will cost.Also as a Irish Citizan,will I need a visa for Turkey and Iran and if so where can I get them.Thanx for your patience and help,Chris.

Re: lots of answers needed please

by Morozov

Hey!
Try to ask in Armenian tour agency Phoenix Tour - info@phoenixtour.am (Ms. Karine Hovsepyan).
Good luck
Oleg

Re: lots of answers needed please

by Eve2007

The best way to get to Yerevan is train, it lasts 12 hour(night time) and costs 12 Euro-one way. You can go also by mini-bus, it will take 7 hours and costs something like 20 Euro, but you will be tired from long way. About Iran and Turkey...you can go from Yerevan to Turkey by bus to Istanbul, it costs 50-60$ one way and the bus goes almost everyday. To Iran you can also go by bus. It is no train beetween Armenia and Turkey, and no train beetween Armenia and Iran, just busies. If you need another information about Armenia I will try to answer to your questions.
Eveline

Travel Tips for Yerevan

Visa and Entery requiremnt

by Doctor38

Almost any body can get a visa on the boarder or Airport. It is a straight foward prossess that take about half an hour and costs about 30 US $. I elected get an electronic Visa. It is an online service, you go the seb site

http://www.armeniaforeignministry.am/eVisa/faq.htm#Is%20e-Visa%20accepted%20at%20any%20boarder%20point

and give them all the relevant information and credit card number and they'll charge you 60 Dollars. 2 days later you end up with your visa in your e mail. You print it and take it with you to teh airport. BE CARFUL, onlie visas are not accepted on land boarders, only good for Airport. Multi-entry visa very trick and could result in headaches. I was told that I need to request it from the Ambassedor him self.

Armenian Embassies abroad
http://www.armeniaforeignministry.com/ministry/embassiesList.html

Georgian Visa

by MalenaN

The Georgian Embassy in Yerevan is opened between 10.30 - 13.00 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (Wednesdays are closed, and of course the day I went there). It opens up again at five o'clock to give back the passports with visas.
To have a visa issued in one day costs 75 dollars (they want to have the money in Drams). Otherwise it takes four business days and the price is then about the half. For the application you will need one photo.
The woman at the embassy said visas could be issued at one of the boarder crossings from Armenia (don't remember which one) for a cost of 80 dollars.

Address: Arami Street 42 (close to the Republic Square)
Telephon: 564357, 564183
Fax: 564357
E-mail: georgia@arminco.com

Vartan Mamikonian statue

by call_me_rhia

An interesting sight in Yerevan is the equestrian statue of Vartan Mamikonian brandishing his sword, created by the sculptor E. Kochar.

The Mamikonian family was a noble family which dominated Armenian politics between the 4th and 8th centuries - and Vartan was a great military leader of Armenia, as well as a spiritual leader (in fact he's a Saint, too).

Vartan is well known for having rejected the Persian-imposed religion as well asbeing one of the men behind the great Armenian rebellion against their Sassanian lords.

CUISINE - Traditional Armenian...

by kitinka

CUISINE - Traditional Armenian food is a poem, every line of which has its own particular aroma and harkens back to the ancient meals of shepherds and monks, dukes and citizens. Thousands of big and littlesecrets create the fame of traditional Armenian food. Original recipes, spices and certainly the art of culinary give an inimitable piquantness to traditional food. Cheese, greens and lavash - indispensable accompaniment for every meal. Lavash is a small and easy-rolling strip of dough, nearly a meter long, baked on the hot wall of a fireplace - tonir, kindled by dry grape rod. Ancient Armenians were rolling up barbeque (khorovats) in lavash. That tradition is popular up to our days. In the autumn, winter and spring we advise you to try grape - leaf tolma. Tolma is an ancient dish - it was popular in the years before Armenia was aware of cabbage.

Two different Yerevans: (2) Tamanian's legacy

by GeoV

In 1924, Alexander Tamanian's plan to transform the centre of Yerevan was accepted and what has been described as the best planned city in the former Soviet Union emerged from an ordinary provincial town. For a flavour of Tamanian at his best you need look no further than the central Republic Square where the reddish tuff stone takes on different qualities in the light of different times of day. This is what you might call 'old-new' Armenian architecture - old motifs that might bring Zvartnots cathedral to mind incorporated into the new vision of Tamanian. Like it or dislike it, Tamanian and Yerevan are inextricably linked.
The pictures show various aspects of Republic Square and a statue of Tamanian by Artashes Ovsepyan.

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