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The closed border with both Turkey to the west and Azerbaijan to the east means that connections to Armenia are somewhat limited. Land borders are open with both Georgia and Iran. As a result, many overlanders regard Armenia as something of a side trip from Georgia, heading south from Tbilisi for a week or two before returning to Georgia. Marshrutka (minibus) connections between Georgia and Armenia are fast and frequent, making it easy to pop between the two republics. Only a handful of travellers travel to/from Iran (given the visa restrictions of that country) but there are daily bus connections between Yerevan and Tehran. There are plenty of air connections between Yerevan and other regional cities, including Moscow, Dubai, Vienna, Prague, Paris, Rīga and London.