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    Best time to visit Armenia

    It is advisable to plan your holiday bearing in mind the best time to travel to Armenia. It is a country of the Caucasus which is quite mountainous so it is worth bearing in mind the weather conditions to ensure the weather doesn't affect your plans.

    For any trip to be a success, it is always best to organise an itinerary bearing in mind the season you are travelling in and the weather expected during this time. Choosing when to travel to Armenia also depends on individual tastes. Some people don’t mind the cold or can’t put up with the high temperatures and vice versa. For this reason, to feel comfortable during the trip, all of these factors need to be taken into account.

    Armenia has a continental climate and, except for a few months, it is quite dry, meaning it doesn’t rain much. On the other hand, the winters are long and cold, since Armenia is a very mountainous country and this has a big influence on the climate. The more you ascend into the mountains during your trip, the lower the temperatures will be. So, when should you travel to Armenia depending on the season?

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    Winter in Armenia

    The winter months in Armenia are very cold and if your trip includes mountainous areas, the temperatures can drop a lot, so it is essential to take a warm coat. In the months of December, January and February, daytime temperatures will barely exceed zero degrees. At night, it is even colder and temperatures can fall to ten degrees below zero.

    Therefore, in the mountainous regions, the weather turns icy and bleak, although there are regions worth considering, such as Debed Canyon with its churches. Sanahin and Haghpat are best to visit at another time of year. The mountainous region is also home to the Tatev Monastery. To reach the city of Tatev you have to travel along an ascending and winding mountain road to Halidzor. From there, if you want to reach the monastery, you have to go up to the Wings of Tatev which is the longest cable car in the world. Knowing this information, it's clear that the best time to travel to Armenia is not in winter. If possible, it’s best to avoid it if you plan on spending a lot of time outdoors.

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    Visiting Armenia in Spring

    Spring is usually the best season to travel around Europe in general. It is a time when nature starts to awaken from the harshness of winter and blossom into new and vibrant life in the form of flowers, leaves and wildlife! The days become longer, which is a great advantage when you’re on vacation and want to make the most of the daylight hours. At this time of year, people take to the streets after long winter confinement, and the atmosphere is much more cheerful.

    The best months are May and June, which is when temperatures increase to 20ºC and 25ºC, varying a little depending on the region, but in all cases, it is pleasant for travelling. In spring you will be able to take a trip to the Lake Sevan in Noravank or visit Khndzoresk, also called the cave village. It is worth knowing that May is a rainy month in Armenia, but there aren’t usually intense storms that could affect your trip. So, May and June are considered the best time to travel to Armenia.

    Summer in Armenia

    As harsh as the cold is in winter, Armenia is very hot in the summer. In the Armenian capital, Yerevan, temperatures can reach forty degrees Celsius in the months of July and August. However, in the mountainous areas, the temperature is lower and more bearable. If you are someone who isn’t too overwhelmed with the heat and you decide to travel to Armenia at this time of year, don’t forget to drink a lot of water and bring a hat and sun protection!

    Visiting Armenia in Fall

    The month of September is still a little warm but much less than in July and August. In addition, it is quite dry, with hardly any rain. Temperatures drop a little more in October until they reach 20 degrees Celsius during the day, which is the perfect temperature for travelling around the country. The only thing to bear in mind is that there can be frequent rain showers. November is a dry month and with decreasing temperatures, gradually moving towards the harsh Armenian winter. If you are able to decide when to travel to Armenia, fall is one of the best times.

    In terms of seasons, it can be concluded that the best time to travel to Armenia is either in May or September. Although, if your plan is to travel around the country’s mountains, then summer may be the best option. In the event that you can’t travel in the aforementioned months, don’t be discouraged since Armenia is a great country which is worth visiting at any time of year!

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