As soon as the summer in Armenia comes to an end, the heat is replaced by mild autumn weather. In early autumn, the weather is not too hot and not too cold, averaging between +23 and
27 C, rains are rare. In autumn, there is no longer an inexorable summer heat in Armenia, but it is also warm enough, since there is no winter frost yet. This is the time of the year, which will allow you to enjoy the day!
An abundance of nutritious fruits and vegetables fill Armenian markets and shops with vibrant colors and flavors. People rush to taste the freshly harvested crop. However, some seasonal products deserve special attention. There can be no autumn in Armenia without grapes and wine. Autumn allows the vineyards of Armenia to become the stage and present the rich Armenian history and traditions of winemaking.
In autumn, Armenia celebrates one of the most important national holidays: Independence Day. Throughout the day, a huge variety of different celebrations are held in the country: concerts, dances, parades and so on. In addition, the birthday of the beloved capital of Armenia, Yerevan, is celebrated in autumn. Erebuni-Yerevan is a holiday that you cannot miss. On this day, you can walk around the city and move from one event to another, enjoying delicious food, drinks and joy. At the end of the day you will be greeted by an endless string of fireworks as there is no better way to celebrate the birthday of one of the oldest cities in the world.
If festivals and holidays are not for you, or you just want something more, then your attention will surely be attracted by the variety of landscapes and historical sites in the country. Everyone who has ever been to Armenia in autumn knows that there are places that you cannot miss visiting in autumn. One of these places is the Dilijan National Park.