ARMENIAN TOURISM EXPECTS 2 MILLION TOURISTS THIS YEAR


Armenia’s tourism sector poised for record growth in 2021

The Armenian tourism sector is expecting to experience unprecedented growth this year, and the figures so far look promising. According to the Armenian Ministry of Tourism, the number of international visitors is set to exceed two million in 2021.

The Armenian Tourism Boom

Armenia has recently become a popular destination for travelers around the world. 2020 saw a huge surge in visitors, with an impressive 1.75 million people taking advantage of the country’s varied landscape, stunning scenery and rich cultural heritage.

The Impact of Tourism on Armenia’s Economy

Tourism has a significant impact on the country’s economic development and is set to contribute to Armenia’s economic growth this year. Not only does tourism bring in a vital source of revenue for the country, but it also provides employment opportunities for locals.

Government Initiatives to Promote Tourism

The government has been proactive in encouraging international visitors to the country by introducing a range of initiatives aimed at making it easier and more affordable to travel to Armenia. This includes offering discounted flights, more accessible visa requirements and a range of discounts on accommodation and services.

What to See and Do in Armenia?

Armenia is an incredibly diverse country and offers visitors plenty of exciting things to see and do. Some of the highlights include:

  • Exploring the ancient capital of Yerevan: Yerevan is Armenia’s vibrant capital city and home to a range of spectacular sights and attractions.
  • Visiting Armenia’s stunning monasteries: Armenia is home to some of the world’s finest monasteries, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Geghard.
  • Trekking in Armenia’s breathtaking mountains: Armenia’s highest peak, Mount Aragats, is a must-see for any keen hiker.
  • Exploring the remote villages of Vayots Dzor: Found in the mountainous region of eastern Armenia, Vayots Dzor is full of traditional villages, churches and stunning valleys.
  • Trying Armenian cuisine: Armenia’s cuisine is packed full of delicious dishes such as mante, lavash bread and khorovats.

With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that Armenia’s tourism sector is set to experience record growth this year. With the government’s help, Armenia could be on track to exceed two million international visitors in 2021.

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