If you’re planning on visiting the Caucasus (a mountainous isthmus of land sandwiched between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea) Georgia may be at the top of your list but it’s worth considering how to add Armenia to your Georgia travel itinerary.
Choosing a route through Georgia and Armenia
Sitting atop the junction of the Eurasian Plate and the Afro-Arabian Plate both Armenia and Georgia offer a taste of Europe and Asia. Most travellers choose to plan a route between the capital cities Tbilisi (or Batumi) in Georgia and Yerevan in Armenia.
Offering a cultural weekend away that would rival any of Europe’s perennial short-break destinations, Georgia’s capital Tbilisi boasts historic districts on both sides of the Kura River brimming with open-air cafes, theatres, and historic sights. Georgia’s second city Batumi is a charismatic place with a charming old town and subtropical climate. While in Armenia, Mount Ararat offers