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Yerevan – A silent wonder of Armenia

Posted by Troy on July 28, 2013
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Armenia is considered to be a silent wonder of the world, thanks to its natural beauty, peaceful locations and architectural brilliance. To visit the entire country, it might take a couple of days which you won’t regret, at the end of the day. Yerevan, being the capital of Armenia, is one of the oldest cities and is also known for its rich culture and heritage. Places to visit in Yerevan: • Republic Square, National Gallery

Armenian rendezvous!

Posted by Troy on July 28, 2013
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Armenia is one of those little yet largely popular countries in the region between Europe and Asia. With Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia as well as Iran as neighbors Armenia is indeed a popular tourist destination not just for those who are familiar with the land, but to several vacationers from across the globe. With its rich history and culture, it has one of the most pleasant sights to see and has some truly incredible vacation destinations

Welcome to Armenia – The land of diversity

Posted by Troy on June 22, 2013
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It is a matter of fact that Armenia is the first Christian state found in the world. Bordered by Turkey, Georgia, Iran and Azerbaijan, Armenia lies in the Caucasus region. With the capital city Yerevan, this country became the member of World Tourism organization. This country is a home to different museums, theater and concert halls. Practicing theater is literally their tradition. For more than 2000 years, the people of Armenia are really fond of

Adorable Armenia – Why is it a perfect vacation spot?

Posted by Troy on June 2, 2013
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Armenia is a country found in the Eurasia region, a former part of the Soviet Union and is now a rising democracy. It is also one of the upcoming travel destinations, especially when you want to enjoy a quiet and peaceful vacation. There are several sights to see, so many different places you can be, and at the end of the day just relax at your hotel as much as you please. Armenia is famous

Armenia – An abode for adventure lovers

Posted by Troy on May 7, 2013
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Are you up for a long vacation which is both adventurous as well as religious? If your answer is yes, then the place that you have to visit is Armenia located in Eurasia. Armenia is a mountainous country landlocked by Turkey, Georgia, Iran, Black and Caspian Sea on its sides. Housing over three million residents, Armenia is the first country to adopt a particular religion which is Christianity. The country is known for its rich

Travel Agencies

Posted by SimSuma on September 24, 2011
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A travel agency is a retail business that sells travel related products and services to customers on behalf of suppliers such as airlines, car rentals, cruise lines, hotels, railways, sightseeing tours and package holidays that combine several products.  In addition to dealing with ordinary tourists most travel agencies have a separate department devoted to making travel arrangements for business travelers and some travel agencies specialize in commercial and business travel only. There are also travel

List of Hotels

Posted by SimSuma on September 23, 2011
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Name Room Golden Palace Yerevan 66 Golden Tulip Yerevan 104 Bella Hotel 8 Terjan Hotel 8 Terjan Hotel Several 1 & 2 bedrooms and studios

Tourism ministry planning seven religious circuits across India

Posted by SimSuma on January 17, 2011
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“The Union Ministry of Tourism is planning to develop seven religious tourism circuits across the country. “India is home to a number of religions and there is huge scope in terms of boosting tourism to religious places,Subodh Kant Sahai, Union Ministry of Tourism, India,  said while speaking to the press today in New Delhi. The ministry will identify Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Sikh, Sufi and Sarva Dharma places, according to a report by cathnewsindia.com. The

All leisure group back in black but wary of market conditions

Posted by SimSuma on January 17, 2011
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Chairman Roger Allard noted a growing trend towards late bookings for 2012 and said: “We are currently encountering many challenges as a result of geo-political events, difficult market conditions, inflation and the situation in the eurozone, together with the tragic events seen recently in Giglio, Italy. “Nevertheless, the fact that we have reported a reasonable performance against a backdrop of unprecedented natural disasters and geo-political events pays testament to the strength of our brands and