Armenia and Georgia were the members of the former Soviet Republics. The people of both nationalities have much in common. Both nations are full of energy, temperament, love and hospitability. The architecture of both capitals also has some similarities.
Georgia is the only neighbour of Armenia which has so much in common with Armenia. These two countries have a good relationship and the tourists from both countries visit their neighbour country with love and a feeling that they are at home.
Armenia is located in Western Asia on the Armenian Highlands. It is bordered by Turkey in the west, Georgia in the north, Azerbaijan in the east, and Iran in the south. Georgia is situated at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe. It is washed by the Black Sea.
In Georgia, the average temperature in summer is from 20 °C to 24 °C. The average winter temperature is from 2 °C to 4 °C. In Armenia, the average temperature in summer is from 25°C to 40°C. In winter the average temperature is from -5°C to -30°C.
You can reach from one country to another by different means of transportation. For example, by train, by taxi, by plane, by bus, by microbus, in your own car and so on. Except for the plane in both countries, you can move with above-mentioned means plus a metro.
Armenia and Georgia are amazing tourist destinations, and if a question arises where to go, to Armenia or to Georgia, you should find out what are you interested in. Both of the countries have too much to see and do.
There are too many tour packages so it is a hard question which one to choose so we offer you a great variety of itinerary to Georgia from Armenia.
Here is an itinerary of a 12 days tour:
Tskaltubo - Tbilisi - Kakheti -Rustavi - Bagratashen (Armenian-Georgian Border) - Noyemberyan - Ijevan - Dilijan - Lake Sevan - Selim Pass - Eghegis - Sisian - Tatev - Goris - Sisian - Camel Mountain - Jermuk - Aghavnadzor Village - Yerevan - Amberd Fortress - Artik - Gyumri - Bavra (Armenian-Georgian Border) - Akhalkalaki - Bakuriani - Vardzia - Borjomi – Kutaisi.
Here is an itinerary of 9 days tour
Yerevan - Amberd Fortress - Artik - Gyumri - Bavra (Armenian-Georgian Border) - Akhaltsikhe - Vardzia - Borjomi - Kazbegi - Mtskheta - Tbilisi - Bagratashen (Armenian-Georgian Border) - Haghpat - Ijevan - Dilijan - Lake Sevan - Geghama Mountains - Garni – Yerevan.
In order to know more about the Armenia Georgia tours, visit Armenia and Georgia tours 2018.
Tours to Armenia and Georgia will be unforgettable and too much fun. Let’s see Georgia and Armenia from an angel and we will see how alike they are and at the same time how different and beautiful in their own way.
Gardman Tour, 20.06.2018