Find out if you are free of visa to Armenia or you need to apply one, by following our complete visa guide with information on the types of visas, requirements, exceptions, prices, etc.
The Republic of Armenia has an intergovernmental agreement on mutual non-visa entry with Russia, China, Hong Kong, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Argentina, Brazil and Iran.
For the list of countries whose nationals are unilaterally exempted from the requirement of obtaining a visa, click here
Note* Macau SAR passport holders can also travel to Armenia visa free.
For the list of countries whose nationals can obtain a visa upon arrival in Armenia, click here
The citizens of India can also obtain an Armenian entry visa upon arrival, or at the border crossings of the Republic of Armenia.
For the list of countries, nationals of which could apply for visitor visa only with an invitation, click here
Armenian nationals who are citizens of these countries can obtain an Armenian visa without invitation and upon arrival.
Note* The citizens of Iraq may obtain an entry visa to Armenia at diplomatic missions and consular institutions of Armenia without invitation.
VISAS ARE PROVIDED:
a) at the Embassies or General Consulates of the Republic of Armenia
b) at the Armenian airports upon arrival, or the border crossings of the Republic of Armenia
c) online through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website
VISAS PRICE CHART
a) Visitor single entry visa, up to 21 days of stay (3,000 AMD)
b) Visitor single entry visa, up to 120 days of stay (15,000 AMD)
c) Visitor multiple entry visa, up to 60 days of stay, with validity of 6 months (20,000 AMD)
d) Visitor multiple entry visa, up to 120 days of stay, with validity of 1 year (40,000 AMD)
e) Transit single entry visa, up to 3 days of stay (10,000 AMD)
f) Transit multiple entry visa, up to 3 days of stay (18,000 AMD)
Note* Children under 18 travel to Armenia visa free.
VISAS TO NAGORNO-KARABAKH REPUBLIC
Visas to Nagorno-Karabakh Republic are available for 3,000 AMD and are issued at the Permanent Representation of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic in Yerevan, or at the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Stepanakert.
UPDATED AS FEB 09, 2021
Foreign citizens wishing to visit Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic) must first apply to the NKR Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain an entry permit.
A permit is required both for those who need an entry visa and for citizens of those states with which a visa-free regime operates.
Application information is also shared with the Russian Peacekeeping Force for security reasons.
After the approval of the appeals, foreign citizens receive the relevant information, and a certificate of entry is presented to them at the permanent representation of Artsakh in Yerevan.
An entry permit is issued within 3-4 working days. However, the process may take longer, and the citizen of a foreign state who has submitted an application will certainly be informed.
The mechanism is under implementation. Work is underway to improve the permitting mechanism.
ARMENIA’S INTERNATIONAL BORDER CROSSINGS
AGARAK-NORDOOZ land border with Iran
BAVRA-NINOTSMINDA land border with Georgia
GOGAVAN-GUGUTI land border with Georgia
BAGRATASHEN-SADAKHLO land border with Georgia
GYUMRI Shirak CIS Airport (LWN)
YEREVAN Zvartnots International Airport (EVN)
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