Direct flights to Yerevan are operated from the following cities: Vienna, Paris, Tel-Aviv, Athens, Moscow, Kiev, Minsk, Dubai, Warsavia, Bruxelles, Doha, Milan, Rome, Berlin, etc. From many other places in the world, transit flights are offered by international airlines like: Aegean Airlines, Austrian  Airlines, Qatar Airways, Air  France, Lot  Polish Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Aerolflot  Russian Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Armenia Airways, Belavia, Air Cairo, Ryanair, Flydubay, Pegas Fly, etc.

There are two international airports in Armenia: Zvartnots International Airport and Shirak International Airport.

For more information please visit the official website of Zvartnots International Airport: http://www.zvartnots.aero/ 


Armenia is accessible to foreign travelers by road from Republic of Georgia and Islamic Republic of Iran.

Currently available entrance points:


Bagratashen / Sadakhlo (Northern Armenia). Distance to Yerevan – 205 km. Suggested route: Tbilisi – Shulaveri – Bagratashen (Sadakhlo) – Vanadzor – Dilijan – Lake Sevan – Hrazdan – Yerevan (295 km / app. 5-6 hours driving).

Bavra (Nord West Armenia). Distance to Yerevan – 170 km, to Gyumri – 50 km. Suggested route Tbilisi – Khashuri – Borjomi – Akhalkalaki – Bavra – Gyumri – Yerevan (500 km / app. 8-9 hours driving).


Agarak / Norduz (Southern Armenia). Distance to Yerevan – 385 km. Suggested route: Tehran – Qazvin – Soltaniyeh – Tabriz – Goris – Yeghegnadzor – Yerevan (1150 km / app. 16-17 hours driving).


From Tbilisi (Georgia) – Transcaucasus Railway overnight train

Departures from Tbilisi and Yerevan:

Yerevan – Tbilisi by the international train № 372– On even days of the month, duration 10h20 min

Tbilisi – Yerevan by the international train № 371On odd days of the month, duration – 10 h35 min

Frequent stops and schedule delays are expected. For more information please visit the official website of Georgian Railway: http://www.ukzhd.am/


Armenia has no sea, but you can get to the main maritime ports of Georgia, Poti and Batumi, with the ferries that connect the ports of the Black Sea and then continue by land or by plane to Armenia.Weekly ferries of the Ukrainian shipping company UkFerry (www.ukferry.com) connect Varna, in Bulgaria, and Istanbul and Ilychevsk, near Odessa, in Ukraine, and the latter to the Georgian ports of Poti and Batumi. The Intershipping company (www.intershipping.com) connects Burgas in Bulgaria with Poti in Georgia and Novorossiysk in Russia.