Armenia and Georgia are boarder neighbors and many tours are held to include both of these countries in one long visit.
Both of these countries are worth discovering, and they get along very well together. Although they are two separate countries with different histories, it is easy to spot many similarities between the two. You can start your trip from Armenia then head to Georgia, or vice versa. If you’re planning an interesting vacation, here’s what you need to cover in both Armenia and Georgia.
Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia, is considered the oldest uninterruptedly inhabited city of the world. At the core, there’s the Republic Square, surrounded by historical buildings and by a magical water fountain that starts waltzing during the night. In Yerevan, you have to visit Cascade, Mother Armenia Monument, Vernissage the flea market and the Northern Avenue. It is remarkable how such an old city has stunningly added a touch of modernity to its presence.