Despite being both located in the Caucasus Region, Georgia and Armenia are two countries that offers different travel experience among its tourists and visitors. These countries are adjacent to each other and the distance between its capital cities Tbilisi (Georgia) and Yerevan (Armenia) is only 286 km, thus the reason why a lot of travelers usually opt to do land trips and visit these two places.
Have you ever experienced an instance during your travels wherein your itinerary was all planned out, but on the day of your trip, you decided to do something else? Well, this happened to us on the second day of our trip in Armenia.
What to See and Do in Armenia? | Day 1: A Trip to Tatev Monastery and the Rest of the Places in the SouthBy Maria Ingrid on July 30, 2017
Armenia is one of those countries that doesn’t usually come to our minds whenever we talk about travel destinations. But what you don’t know is that, this country has a lot to offer to it’s tourists particularly when it comes to nature, culture and religion.
Georgia and Armenia are two former Soviet Union countries, that has been getting the attention of travellers lately due to its impressive landscapes and natural beauty. One thing that you should also know is that, a trip to these two countries won’t break your bank as the prices are relatively low considering that it is part of Europe.
If you have been following my social media accounts, you would have known that last June, Tep and I had an amazing time visiting two countries from the Caucasus Region, namely Georgia and Armenia. Some of our friends were so engrossed with the pictures that we posted, that’s why they keep on asking us for our itinerary, as well as other details regarding our trip.