It is hard to say when is the best time to travel to Armenia. Each season has its own rewards.

Summer : While travel  to Armenia note that  summer is considered In-Season. The wildflowers that cover the lower areas of the country continue to bud and bloom in the higher elevations, following a mountain springtime that does not end until the uppermost reaches of the mountains, when the snows begin to fall. Stone monuments, ancient churches and castles that are inaccessible during the long winter months reveal themselves among alpine trees and fields of blue, yellow and red flowers. In the summer, Armenians shift their visiting to the evening hours, and the streets and cafes are thronged after sundown. Summer is excellent time to travel to Armenia for mountain trekking, climbing and repelling .

Autumn:  The weather is pleasant and mild, and many visitors choose the month of September to travel to Armenia. The streets are thronged in the quiet evenings with locals passing the time to visit neighbours and friends, and the cultural season begins, with Opera, music, theatre and dance venues holding their first premieres of the the year.

Winter: Travel  to Armenia in winter can be cold and snowy in the mountains, but it is mild in the valleys. For the winter camper, there is fairly easy terrain to traverse, and if you are experienced and well equipped, the conditions are not too difficult for travel to Armenia. Tzaghkadzor and Dilijan are as popular in the winter as they are in summer, and both have world class ski trails (though if you want world class equipment, you need to bring your own).

Spring : Spring is an especially good time to travel to Armenia. By April, the last winter snows are retreating from the Valleys and middle mountain areas, and everything that can grow seems to grow at once. Flowers first peeking through the snows are crowded by daffodils and irises, grass and trees grow at an incredible rate, and the air becomes electric from the change in atmospheric pressure and the Spring rains.