Sixt know that airports and flight schedules don't necessarily stick to normal hours, which is why 24 hour pick up and delivery are available, as well as online booking, all to make your car hire in Armenia process the least of your worries.
Drivers in Armenia sit on the right hand side of the road and visitors should bear this in mind when booking a car hire. Once you take to the roads, there are a few Armenian rules to note:
The city of Yerevan, or 'the pink city', has a lot to offer, not surprising given that it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. There are a multitude of galleries, theatres and libraries to explore, including the Genocide Memorial, Mother Armenia Monument, Vernissage Art Market, just to name a few, and the impressive architecture such as the dancing fountains of Republic Square. Outside of the city, the mountainous landscape is beautiful for sightseeing, and the warm summers and cold winters mean that both visitors who enjoy hot and those who prefer cold will be satisfied. Armenia has coffee which is considered a worldwide delicacy and often the brew is hand crushed and boiled in front of you. For the truly adventorous you can also visit the only remaining Pagan temple in Armenia - all the others were destroyed when Christianity was introduced to the region. If you're lucky you may spot an ancient ritual.