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Language Language: Armenian
Airport of arrival: Zvartnots International Airport
Flight time from Istanbul to Armenia, Yerevan: 2 hours

The highland geography of the South Caucasus embraces Armenia as a country of cultural diversity, splendid nature, and smiling people. It is bordered by Turkey, Iran, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Nakhchivan at a latitude of 1500 meters. Armenia is willing to show its strong historical background and rich culture to its visitors in culinary arts, handicrafts, and agricultural production. Armenian resorts, which are still developing, welcome tourists to explore nature, history, and modern culture. Take this chance for cheap flights to Armenia via Pegasus Airlines offers.

Pegasus Armenia flights operate to Zvartnots International Airport (EVN) in Yerevan, the country's capital. Pegasus Airlines offers two-way direct flights from Istanbul and Antalya to Yerevan. You can also reach Yerevan with connecting flights via Istanbul and Antalya from many different country destinations such as Batumi, Tbilisi, Dusserdolf, and Shymkent. Besides, you can travel to Sharm El Sheikh, Izmir, and many other different cities of the world by connecting flights via İstanbul and Antalya from Yerevan.

Transportation from Zvartnots International Airport to City Centre

Zvartnots International Airport is located 12 km from the centre of Yerevan. Transportation from the airport to the city centre is provided comfortably and efficiently by airport shuttles, buses, matryoshka (minibus), metro and taxis.

Bus – Matryoshka

You can get to the Yerevan centre from the airport in approximately 20 minutes with buses N10 and N201. Also, you can visit the historical and touristic areas of the city with the matryoshka number 18, which runs on the route of Airport - Abovyan Street.

Metro - Taxi

Yerevan metro line offers fast and comfortable transportation from the airport to the city centre. Besides, you can reach the bus station or train station by metro, one of the most frequently used means of transportation by the locals and especially tourists in the spring and summer season. If you would prefer the fastest option to arrive at your destination, you can take a taxi as well.

Public Transport

Public transport in Armenia is provided by different means of transportation such as buses, matryoshka, trains, trolleybuses, metro, and trams. You can go to many touristic points of the city with the Yerevan metro line, which provides transportation service in line with ten stations. Also, you can reach both the inner city and the surrounding areas by public buses and minibuses called matryoshka.

What are the service hours of Armenia's public transport?

In Armenia, the metro provides transportation service 00.30 - 23.00, buses and trolleybuses 06.00 - 23.00.

Is there a travel card for tourists in Armenia?

The Yerevan card is used in Armenia. With this card, you can get free admission to museums and attractions in Yerevan and travel in the city with a discount. In addition, the Yerevan card offers discounts on restaurants in the city.

Armenia Intercity Transportation

You can use buses, minibusses, and trains for intercity transportation in Armenia. Transportation is provided to different cities in the country, such as Sevan, Gyumri, and Eçmiyazin, with the Yerevan bus station and train station services. You can also go to different destinations like Batumi or Tbilisi by bus and train. For instance, after landing in Yerevan, you can travel by train to Gyumri and Vanadzor and then to Tbilisi.

Armenia offers travelers cost-effective accommodation in well-equipped apartments and exclusively comfortable hotels. Armenian resorts provide SPA, thermal, and sports facilities in high-quality service. In Yerevan and Gyumri, luxury hotel stay and bed & breakfast options are also possible. If you have a limited budget, local housing with self-catering may become sufficient for you. Please take a look at our Armenia Travel Guide for the details of accommodation alternatives. You can easily find more affordable hotels in Armenia via Pegasus Airlines’ accommodation deals.

Things to Do in Armenia

There is a wide variety of activities in Armenia:

  • Museums and fortresses to visit.
  • Festivals to attend.
  • Local beverages to taste.

Keep in mind that you can find small or big recreation activities to join all over the country. Here are a few suggestions for you. For the whole list, check our Armenia Travel Guide.

  • Visit Dilijan National Park to see the home of endangered fauna and 40 different types of trees.
  • Take magnificent photos around Lake Parz.
  • Plan a visit to the Dzitoghtsyan Museum of Social Life and National Architecture in Gyumri to see contemporary artists' modern arts and crafts work.
  • Climb the Erebuni Fortress in Yerevan to observe the capital's oldest structure. King Argishti constructed the fortress in 782 BC.
  • Listen to the beautiful voice of the Singing Fountains on the Republic Square - every day between 21:00-22::00, music accompanies the flow of giant fountains.

Important Travel Tips

  • Traffic flows on the right in Armenia. If you are required to drive in the country, you should have a valid driving license with you.
  • Armenian people are very helpful. Although the script system and language are a bit confusing for tourists, you can always ask local people about the routes in Russian and English.
  • Do not forget to take a photocopy of your passport and health pass with you. Due to pandemic restrictions, the police or security guides may ask for your passport and health pass for indoor activities.
  • You are obliged to wear face masks on public transport and in museums, cafes, restaurants and during face-to-face meetings.
  • International flights require a negative PCR test result, taken in a maximum of 72 hours before your departure. A health certificate showing a minimum of two doses of accredited vaccination is also acceptable.
  • Any emergency service can be asked and provided via country-specific numbers. You can dial up 112 or 911 for general emergencies, whereas 101 for the fire brigade, 102 for police and national security, 103 for the ambulance and emergency medical services, and 104 for gas services (if you rent an apartment).

Yerevan flights departing from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport land in Zvartnots International Airport (EVN). Located 15 km. to the west of the capital, Zvartnots Airport hosts arrivals and departures. Built-in 1961 and renovated in 1980, the airport has been actively used for years. It has the capacity to make Antonov An-225, Boeing 747-400, and Airbus A-380 model aircraft fly and land in. Elevating security, the automated biometric identification system facilitates baggage check-in and passenger control at Zvartnots International Airport.

Airport Transfer

Passengers arriving at Zvartnots International Airport can quickly transfer to the city center of Yerevan. Airport Express, also called Elite Bus, departs every half an hour. The journey takes about 30-40 minutes. You can get off the bus at Yeritasardakan metro station close to Opera Square. Taxi and car renting are other options you can use for airport transfer.


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