Christmas in Armenia

Christmas time is here. Happiness and cheer. The most heartwarming time with family and friends is coming. It is a time of God showing His great love for us. It is a time of healing and renewed strength. This holiday of great joy is celebrated in various parts of the world differently. Let’s have a look at the Christmas traditions in one of the ancient countries of the world- Armenia.

Armenian Apostolic Church celebrates the Christ’s Nativity and Baptism on January 6th with solemn ceremonies. 
But in the whole world Christmas is celebrated on various days because of differences in Julian and Gregorian calendars.
 All Christian churches celebrated Christ’s birth on January 6th until the 4th century when the date was changed to December 25 by the Roman Empire. 
Catholic Church celebrates Christmas on December 25 according to the Julian calendar and the Orthodox Church celebrates it on January 7 according to the Gregorian calendar. Being the first country to accept Christianity, Armenia has preserved the first day chosen for Christmas: it is celebrated on the 6th of January and is the feast of the birth and revelation of the Jesus Christ
Armenia also preserved the original form of the feast, commemorating not only the birth but also the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan on January 6th.

New Year in Armenia

The most wonderful time of the year is coming and it is a great time to think about discovering something new and interesting. 

New Year tours to Armenia are a wonderful opportunity for you to celebrate the main event of 2018 and 2019 in a new environment, to experience new traditions of New Year and Christmas and to enjoy the hospitality of Armenians. 

It is the most cheerful, significant and beautiful event in Armenia, which gives faith in the aspirations, hopes for positive change and high expectations for the coming year.


Garni Gorge is very popular among tourists visiting this place to see the natural rocks of amazing beauty, which are known as the “Symphony of Stones” or “Basalt organ”.

The rocks have the appearance of long vertical pillars of hexagonal shape, which is associated with the church organ. Huge stone pillars are located at a height of about 50 meters above the ground.

Armenian cuisine - a real treat for any gourmet.

Armenia is a country of hot summer sun, mountain rivers and rocky soils. Maybe this is the exact secret combination of factors that makes everything growing in this land so delicious and full of life. The country truly boasts not only rich culture and hospitable people but also authentic cuisine with abundant choice of delicacies for every taste. The cuisine here is so rich and various, that it will satisfy the tastes and preferences of any tourist. Even the most rigorous gourmets won’t remain indifferent. Armenian food  is the most ancient in the Caucasus region. It formed about 2000 years ago. Well-developed stock raising in the Armenian highlands led to a variety of meat and dairy products, and the early appearance of agriculture explains the extensive use of grains, vegetables and herbs. It is hard to imagine Armenian meals without these products. But you may wonder what distinguishes Armenian dishes from others. First and foremost, Armenian food has quite juicy and spicy taste. One of the features of Armenian cuisine is a great number of greengrocery and spices in preparation of dishes. Armenian cooks use 300 kinds of wild-growing grasses and flowers which are used as seasonings or even as basic dishes. The surprising fact is that Armenian cuisine practically does not use fats. The majority of dishes are cooked in drawn butter. It is used for soups, stewing and roasting of meats, poultry, fish and vegetables as well as sweet dishes. Armenians value the naturalness of taste. Meat is traditionally not fried and cut in large chunks. It is boiled, stewed or baked. It’s safe to say the meat is a key component of the Armenian cuisine. Yes, Armenians love meat! But don’t worry vegetarians, you can also find many outstanding and delicious Armenian dishes for you. All these features make Armenian dishes unique, unrivaled, delicious and fragrant – a real treat for any gourmet and connoisseur of true culinary traditions.We’ve compiled some of the best Armenian dishes you need to try once in Armenia.

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Yerevan, a city of pure love and devotion, a land ancient than Rome, is ready to welcome you and give you a bunch of emotions. There is so much to see and do in Yerevan!


Вот уже скоро тёплая осень сменится зимой. Погода в Армении зимой холодная, но не морозная. Продолжительность безморозного периода увеличивается с уменьшением высоты.  Январь здесь самый холодный месяц. В это время температура в горных регионах доходит от -12о до – 25о. а в низменных районах составляет -5о -7о. Это делает привлекательным Армению не тольков летний период, но и в зимние месяцы. И с каждым годом число туристов неуклонно растет. Особенно много любителей активного отдыха и зимних видов спорта. Зимой в Ереване можно посетить большое количество музеев и выставочных залов, послушать концертные программы и посмотреть представления. Во всех регионах Армении можно увидеть своими глазами многочисленные заснеженные храмы и монастыри высоко в горах, которые приобретают завораживающий вид.