Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan

@Porcospino (16425)
Denmark
March 22, 2013 3:02pm CST
I read that Armenia has changed the visa requirements in 2013. The citizens from EU countries no longer need a visa if they want to visit Armenia. I think that is great. It is also possible to visit Georgia without a visa if you are from an EU country or from the US and it has been that way for a while. People who want to visit Azerbaijan still require a visa, but I don’t know how hard it is to get a visa for Azerbaijan. I would like to visit all 3 countries in the future. I am especially interested in Armenia and Georgia. I don't know much about Azerbaijan. Have you been to Armenia, Georgia or Azerbaijan? Which places did you visit? Are you interested in visiting the countries in the future?
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@Dias14 (178)
• Indonesia
25 Mar 13
I never went to three places. Probably because there is no right time and for the fees have not, so maybe someday I can go there if all the equipment is ready. I've heard that Armenia is now providing visa-free facility for the European Union and Georgia gave the visa-free to the EU and the United States. Perhaps for those of you who are in the above can play at any time.
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@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
25 Mar 13
At the moment I think that the citizens from EU-countries are the only people who can visit Armenia without a visa, but maybe more countries will be included in the future. In Georgia people from the US and the EU can visit without a visa, that is way it is at the moment. Azerbaijan still requires a visa if you want to enter the country as far as I know. I am from Europe so it has become easier for me to visit Armenia and Georgia. I would like to visit both countries in the future and maybe Azerbaijan, too if it isn't too complicated to get a visa.
@WakeUpKitty (8707)
• Netherlands
24 Mar 13
It's the first time I hear you don't need a visa for the USA or the other countries you mention. Personally I think in many cases where you do need a visa it's not more as just a stamp in your passport as you pass by to show it. I haven't been in any of these countries, if you do get over there I would like to hear your travel experiences.
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@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
25 Mar 13
I will write about my experience if I manage to visit those countries in the future. Right now I don't have any money for travelling at all, but maybe one day. I would like to combine Armenia and Georgia and visit both countries on the same trip. I think that is nice that we don't need a visa for Armenia anymore. Sometimes it is little complicated to get a visa for another country because in some cases there is no embassay in my own country and I have to contact one of our neighbour countries if I want to get a visa. I like to visit the visa-free countries or countries where I can get a visa when I arrive.
• India
24 Mar 13
yes, I would love to travel to many countries in my life if I get opportunity for that. I love Armenia and azerbaijan I do not know that much about Georgia .
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@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
24 Mar 13
So would I I love to visit other countries, it is always interesting to visit other countries and learn more about their cultures. I live in Europe and I have had the chance to visit many of the other European countries. Last year I visited Asia for the first time and I hope to visit other countries around the world in the future. I think that both Armenia and Georgia sound like interesting places to visit and it is great that it has become easier to visit those countries now. I don't know much about Azerbaijan, but it would be really nice if Azerbaijan also becomes a visafree country in the future.
• Philippines
23 Mar 13
Yes of course I want to visit those places rich of history. The moved of Armenia will boast to their tourism industry and it is nice. After all visa is just a limitations of your stay on a certain place. Do you think you will stay in a place where you will be left alone away from friends and families.
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@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
24 Mar 13
It is great that they have changed the visa rules in Armenia and I think that the number of tourists will increase now that it has become easier to visit the country. It is always easier to visit a country where you don't have to worry about the visa requirements. Like you I would like to visit to visit those countries and learn more about their rich history. I have read that Armenia is one of the oldest countries in the world and that their story is long and complex. It could be interesting to explore that place. I would like to visit Armenia and Georgia as a tourist, and I would like to travel with my husband and share the experiences with him.
@yanzalong (10150)
• Indonesia
22 Mar 13
I've got a couple of countries to visit in the future: UK and Saudi Arabia. My daughters keep asking when they can spend their holiday in London. I cannot answer their questions right now as I am not sure when. I think I have to work hard to save a lot of money for travel.
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@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
22 Mar 13
London is an interesting place to visit The UK is very close to my country and I have been to London a couple of times. There is so much to see and do in London and I understand why your daughter would like to visit London. I think that you will have a great time there. I hope that you will manage to save up the money for the trip in the future I don't know much about Saudi Arabia. In the past it was very hard to get a visa for Saudi Arabia for citizens in my country, but that has changed now, now it is possible to get a tourist visa.
@mensab (4208)
• Philippines
22 Mar 13
thank you for this information. i always want to travel to different countries. but armenia, georgia, and azerbaijan are not on my list. but your discussion may change my plan. i am now based in europe. these three countries are part of the few countries that i have not visited yet. so far, i find no compelling reason to visit them.
@Porcospino (16425)
• Denmark
22 Mar 13
I also want to visit different countries. I think that it is really interesting to visit other countries. Every country has something to offer, and I think that every country is an interesting experience especially if I haven't beem there before. I have read about Armenia and Georgia on the internet, but my knowledge about those countries is quite limited and I think that it could be interesting to visit them and get a better impression of them that way. They are neighbour countries so I think that it would relatively easy to visit both countries on the same trip.