Those who've traveled to this tiny (pop. barely three million), ancient country in the mountainous Caucasus region east of Turkey wonder why Armenia isn't on many travelers' bucket lists. Not a lot of nations can boast such an ancient and rich cultural heritage dating far back as the ancient times - a 6,000-year-old winemaking tradition, for example or a capital, Yerevan, 28 years older than the "Eternal City," Rome.
This small country will draw you in with its capturing landscapes, ancient monuments, delicious food, and unparalleled hospitality. From enjoying the world’s longest cable car ride through the mesmerising landscapes of Vorotan canyon (top) to marveling at some of the oldest monasteries on record, these are just some of the reasons you should travel to Armenia.