Turkey and Armenia no have diplomatic relations, the border between the two countries was closed in 1993 on the initiative of Ankara. The complicated relationship between the two countries caused by some reasons, relating to the reaction of Turkey in the process of international recognition of the Armenian Genocide in 1915 by Ottoman Empire. Tourism is important for economic development. The cross-border tourism has a community and differences. Armenia and Turkey have more in common than you can imagine: the environment, the history, the various type of culture. Im the meeting in Yerevan, the Armenian and Turkish network operator (TATON), aimed at overcoming problems in the cross-border cooperation, discussed about the cooperation in the field of tourism. Armenian and Turkish tour operators already offer cross-border travel. Turkish tour operators try to diversify the traditional tourist trips, Armenian expand opportunities, offering travel to more than one country. Despite of the fact that the network of tour operators communicate by the social networks, sometimes meetings tete-a-tete provide opportunities to agree on common tourist offers.