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Have you been to Armenia yet? Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan invites Israeli tourists to visit the Caucasus country.
YEREVAN, Armenia - Armenia has great chances to increase influx of Russian tourists considerably, said Russian official during round-table discussions on tourism held in Yerevan.
At the RA Government’s sitting on February 11, RA Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan approved the 2010 tourist development program for Armenia.
During the World Travel Market (WTM), eTurboNews (eTN) visited the Armenia stand, where representatives from the Armenia Tourism Board, hotels, resorts, and Armenian tour operators were exhibiting to
Mrs. Nelli Malkhasyan is an old friend of mine, I’m always meeting with her at travel fairs and witnessed her efforts to promote her country, Armenia.
Speaking to journalists attending the launch of Turkish Airline’s (THY) first flight to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, THY chairman Candan Karlıtekin said the Turkish flag carrier is determined
Despite the financial crisis and contrary to UNWTO global forecasts, Armenian tourist arrivals have experienced stable growth during the first quarter of 2009.
In an effort to improve Armenia’s image within its target markets, the Armenian Tourism Development Agency (ADTA) has launched its first large-scale online survey to hear the views and perceptions o
YEREVAN - Authorities in southern Armenia have opened a 5,000-year-old prehistoric monument dubbed "the Armenian Stonehenge," but known locally as Carahunge, as a tourist site. The monument, located some 200 km (124 miles) away from the capital, Yerevan, consists of over 200 shaped stones, some bearing smooth angled holes of 4 to 5cm in diameter, directed at different points at the sky.