Up to date information for vaccinations before you travel to Armenia are available from the NHS website
For up to date information around safety and security in Armenia read the Foreign & Commonwealth Office latest information for Armenia.
The best time to head to this country would be the beginning and ending months of summer – late May and early June or else late September and early October.
As citizens of an EU member state, British Citizen passport holders can stay in Armenia without a visa up to 180 days per year.
The official currency of Armenia is the Armenian dram.
The wildlife of Armenia includes wild boars, porcupines, various lizards, snakes and numerous species of birds. Endangered species living in Armenia are the Caucasian bear, Caucasian bearded goat, the Armenian mouflon (sheep) and the leopard.
The Armenian dishes are famous for their special taste and spicy flavors. The most important and special dish of every Armenian table is the barbecue. It is made with pork, lamb, beef or chicken in the addition of different species and served with traditional Armenian “Lavash”.
The official language of Armenia is Armenian while Assyrian, Greek, Russian, and Yazidi Kurdish are the major minority languages spoken in the country.
The currency in Armenia is the Armenian dram. Anything from 10-20% is ok. On smaller bills, just leaving the change may suffice.
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