ATOR: from January 1, 2022, restrictions are introduced in Armenia for visiting public places
In Armenia, which is a visa-free country for Russians, from January 1, 2022, the rules for unvaccinated tourists will be tightened. This was reported on the website of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR).
Thus, the Armenian authorities are introducing new restrictions – to visit public places and cultural events, you will need a vaccination certificate or negative PCR test.
According to tourism industry experts, the tightening of measures will not have a significant impact on the flow of travelers to the country. It is noted that tourists traveling to Armenia are either already vaccinated or previously had experience in taking PCR tests for travel.
Earlier in December, Russians were named the most budgetary travel destinations for the New Year. So, tours to Sochi for ten nights with flight, accommodation in a two-star hotel and breakfast-based meals can be bought for 34.3 thousand rubles for two travelers, to Istanbul – for 53.2 thousand, to Crimea – for 60.7 thousands.