Armenia Travel Guides for Backpackers

The Best Way to Round Off Your Plovdiv Bulgaria Experience

The southeast European country of Bulgaria is not one of the most well-known travel destinations, but if you decide to include it in your travel itinerary this year you’ll not be disappointed. It’s bordered by Romania, Serbia, North Macedonia, Greece and Turkey and has the Black Sea to the east. […]
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Armenia: Places to visit during a short stay in Yerevan

Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world. Thousands of tourists come here every year to admire historical monuments and unique beauty of the city. In this local guide I will tell you about the places to visit in the capital of Armenia during your short visit to go […]
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Top 6 must see places in Old Town Constanta, Romania

If you are a traveler who likes to visit cities which are less known internationally, then, Constanta, historically known as Tomis, is for sure one of those cities. A must, to your bucket list. Situated in the Dobrogea region, on the Black Sea’s coast in Romania, Constanta is the oldest […]
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Best Places to Eat in Lviv, Ukraine

Even if you are not a gastronomic tourist, you need something to eat whenever you visit another city. The choice of a place to eat is as much exciting and important as other aspects of a trip. Here is a list of the best places to eat in Lviv, Ukraine. […]
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Malaysia's Street Art in George Town Penang

It is hard to describe the vibe of Penang. It is what I imagine a mashup between Asia, Cuba, and Australia to be like. Colonial buildings stand tall along cobblestone streets while wooden shacks on stilts are scattered amongst thick, lush jungle. The beachy areas of the north like Batu […]
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What to do in a day in the capital city of Qatar- Doha

Doha, the beautiful capital of Qatar, is one of the places I loved visiting, the splendid architecture, organized way of life and high rate of expats, will definitely have me going back! Let’s say you have just one day in Doha, the capital city of Qatar. Read on, to find […]
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Lebanon: visit to Beirut and Byblos

My last Christmas was spent in Lebanon -a country, where contradictions coexist side by side. We spent most of the time in Beirut, but we also visited  Byblos  (Jbeil).  It was my first visit to the country, still I had to say that some expectations were formed in my head, mostly […]
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Buenos Aires: tourism, culture and life

Buenos Aires is a city of variety, and ‘varietés’. As many tourists and locals call it the most European city in South America. From someone that has lived in Buenos Aires for 25 years, I can tell that is not so European in the whole, but it has some corner […]
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Lviv, Ukraine

If you’re planning a trip to Eastern Europe, be sure to visit Lviv. Haven’t heard of Lviv before? Boy, you’re in for a ride! They call Lviv the Western Capital, the Cultural Center and the Heart of Ukraine. All year round, the city welcomes thousands of tourists from Poland, Germany, […]
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What to see and where to go in Lviv, Ukraine

Why to visit Lviv? If you ever happen to visit Lviv just for one day, I am sure you won't be able to forget it! People all over Ukraine call Lviv a cultural capital of the country and no one dares to doubt it. Every year Lviv hosts numerous cultural and […]
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Filandia: Hidden Gem of Colombia

Most travelers that are familiar with Colombia have visited or at least heard of Salento, the town most visited by foreigners in Colombia’s coffee region. Unfortunately, Filandia is typically overlooked by backpackers when planning their trip through the Zona Cafetera. At first glance, the two towns appear very similar with […]
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Armenia: The Hidden Wonder Revealed

Let us unleash the hidden beauty of a place in the mountains… I was on the verge of disappointment when I celebrated my birthday last 2015 when I invited 50 guests in a hotel in Dubai but only 30 came so I promised myself that in 2016 I’ll be spending […]
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The Old Cave Churches of Macedonia

Macedonia is a small country placed on the Balkan Peninsula, sandwiched between Serbia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Greece and Albania. Although small, the country abounds in beautiful natural landscapes thanks to the numerous mountains and lakes. It also is a home of historical and cultural places and sites, such as the unique […]
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First time in New York City – what to see, where to live and how

You can have view like this from boat Flight is more and more affordable New York (NY) as a beautiful, famous and big city is not only dream of people who love to travel. I know plenty of people who never been farther than in neighbor […]
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Smoke-Free Yerevan: Finding Fresh Air in Armenia's Capital

In Armenia, where smoking is somewhat of a cultural pastime, finding a Smoke-free spot to hang out is difficult. Cigarettes and hookah are the main indulgences, and it's not uncommon to pass by groups of smokers, young and old, seated at an outdoor cafe or hanging out on the street […]
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Hollow roads and ancient temples – visiting Armenia

I was traveling around Georgia for a few weeks as I came up with the idea to take a short visit to its neighbour Armenia. This small Caucasus country has overcome many hardships throughout its history, including many wars and a genocide, which made masses of Armenians start a life […]
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Introducing Georgia by a local

Introducing Georgia ‘’-Where are you from? -Georgia. -Oh, the states? -No, Georgia, the country! ‘’ This is my very common dialogue, with following the explanation of location. It’s a really small country between Russian, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey, bordered by the Black Sea as well. And then in flows another […]
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Best of Armenia

Even nobody knows nothing about this country not even that it exists I had a chance to visit it thanks to Erasmus+ project with Armenians. This country is located in the Caucasus in Southwest Asia and the capital city Yerevan is located about 12 kilometers from Turkey. First thing that […]
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Armenia. Small, Enchanting and Smiling so Genuinely

  Finding Armenia in Africa Some 18-19 years ago I met this Nigerian guy sitting by the fountains in the largest square we have in our city. It's called Republic Square. Back in the day it was called – surprise-surprise! – Lenin Square. Yes, my country, Armenia, is a former […]
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Israel – My top 5 places to visit

Israel – My top 5 places to visit Three years ago, I had a chance to visit Israel. Like most of my trips, this one came out of nowhere. Never before I had plans to visit Tel Aviv, but – I met some wonderful people from Israel on my previous […]
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KAYSERI: A GEM ON YOUR WAY TO KAPADOKYA!

KAYSERI: A Gem on your way To Kapadokya Kapadokya is one of Turkey's most visited touristic destinations, it is a magnificent land with breathtaking scenery and unlimited adventures and it is most definitely worth the visit. But our article today is about a city most of those who have had […]
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Salento and the Coffee Region of Colombia

Colombia: A Varied Landscape Colombia is now the third largest producer of coffee in the world.  They take pride in this heritage as it defines their history and their cultural landscape today.  If you picture Colombia, you may first picture Cartagena and the lively Carribean port town with their vibrant […]
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Magical city of Istanbul

Welcome in Istanbul, hoş geldiniz… First time I visited Turkey was 3 years ago. At that time i didn't have idea that the biggest city in Turkey, Istanbul, will be partially my home during the upcoming years. I didn't have idea that bystanders will try to convert me to Islam, […]
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The Buenos Aires Checklist

Top 10 things to do in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina and it’s one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South America. It blends a wide variety of manifestations to create an amazing mash-up between traditional and modern culture, which you can enjoy in every […]
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Go to Salento, Colombia

I arrived in Salento after a few weeks in the bustling cities of Colombia thinking, `I just need some space to breathe`. Salento turned out to be the perfect cure for the city blues. Getting in Salento is a sleepy, really tiny town about 4 hours (by bus) north of Cali. […]
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