From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka)

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Yerevan, Armenia
From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) - Inside Yerevan's Kilikia Central Bus Station
From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) - Yerevan's Kilikia Central Bus Station
From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) - Yerevan to Tbilisi minibus in Yerevan
From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) - Tbilisi to Yerevan minibus
From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) - Tbilisi to Yerevan minibus at the border

From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) Reviews

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From Tbilisi to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) May 28, 2014
I came to Yerevan by minibus (marshrutka) from Tbilisi's Ortachala bus station. The minibuses leave approximately hourly at the full hour from there. Drivers usually wait until the minibus is full, so delays are possible. I got on the 10:00 a.m.minibus which had only one free seat when it left almost on time.

The trip was via the Sadakhlo/Bagratashen border, which the bus reached in less than an hour. Only 2 people (Singaporean) on our minibus had to buy the visa at the border. It cost 10 USD and the forms could be filled out right that the border. As most people, including most European citizens don't need a visa for Armenia anymore, the whole border crossing process took just less than 30 Minutes.

From the border it took 4,5 hours to get into Yerevan, so that the total trip was around 6 hours long. The bus took an approximately 30 Minutes beak at a small restaurant somewhere in the Armenian woods and later another short break for toilet and smokers.

In Tbilisi minibuses to Yerevan also leave from the Central Train Station, but less frequent than from the Ortachala bus station. In May 2013 the fare was 30 GEL and had to be handed directly to the driver.

In Yerevan the minibuses from Georgia arrive at the Kilikia Central Bus Station, which is located about 1,5 km west of the city centre. Many people got off the bus already somewhere near the city centre.

The destination of the minibuses between Tbilisi and Yerevan is neither written in Georgian nor in Armenian script, but in cyrillic letters. Russian is the only common language of both countries. Yerevan looks like EPEBAH in Russian.
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