Yerevan Travel Information & Tour Guide

Yerevan is the capital and the largest city of Armenia located along the Hrazdan River. Since the early 2000’s, Yerevan has experienced major growths and has multiplied in terms of shops,, hotels, etc. The city is the center for the industrial, cultural and administrative functions of the country.

Yerevan is also called “The Pink City” as most of its building was made of pink stone. The city has a medieval charm and beautiful architecture intricate on balconies leaning over the cliffs.

Yerevan has some interesting monuments as it one of the world’s oldest inhabited cities. Its history is vast and archaeology is huge in this city and therefore any history buff will enjoy the city and the country as a whole.


Yerevan Tourist Attractions Photo’s

Republic Square

The central square town is in the heart of Yerevan and considered to be the most attractive place in Yerevan. It is formed by five famous buildings of Armenia.


Tsitsernakaberd

The complex in Yerevan was built in dedication to the millions of Armenians who lost their lives in the first genocide at the hands of the Turkish rulers.


Yerevan Cascade

The cascade is a historical and cultural center of the city with a vast garden. The monument has an intricate network of halls with many stairways embellishing sculptures in its interior.


Adventure in Yerevan

Caucasian Mountains

The mountain intersects between Europe and Asia and it is home to Mt, Elbrus, and the highest peak in Europe. The region has preserved its diverse cultural heritage and maintain own identity.


Balloon Rides

 The balloon ride in Yerevan is a very popular activity amongst the tourists, and it’s one of the best ways to get an overview of the city’s landscape.


Parasailing & Paragliding

These two activities are a great way to experience Ariel’s view of the city. It short but it’s a thrill to experience while in Yerevan.


Horse Riding


Shooting Range


Swimming Activities

Thai penthouse SPA & Pool


Water World


Zip line


Cable Car


Bird Watching


Jeep Tours

Yerevan Brandy Factory

 It’s a great place to see how the production of the Armenians brandy is produced. The tour in this factory lets you see the entire secret ingredient added into their brandy.


Dancing Fountains

One of the best ways to spend a good night out is by visiting the dancing fountains at the Republic Square of Yerevan. It includes light shows with different kinds of music played in the background.


Northern Avenue Pedestrian Street

The Northern Avenue Pedestrian Street is a pedestrian avenue and home to high-end brands, luxurious residential buildings, coffee shops, restaurants, and nightclubs.


Freedom Square

Freedom square plays an important role in the modern history of Armenia. It has become a popular demonstration place for protestors.


Cathedral, Church’s & Mosque

Saint Sarkis Cathedral

The cathedral is the seat of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It was destroyed in the earthquake of 1679 and rebuilt in 1835.


St. Grigor Lusavorich Yerevan

It is considered to be one of the largest cathedrals of Armenian Apostolic church. It consists of three churches with over 1700 seats and the court is at the entrance of the cathedral.


Zoravor S. Astvatsatsin Church

 It is one of the oldest churches in Yerevan and considered to be a famous sanctuary. It was built in the first half of the 17th century and has undergone major constructions and renovation over the centuries.


Blue Mosque (Persian Mosque)

The 18th-century mosque is one of the oldest extant monuments in Yerevan. During the 19th century, it was one of the eight largest mosques of Yerevan.


Charles Aznavour Square

It is a small square named in honor of Charles Aznavour, the French Armenian singer as part of the 10th anniversary of Armenian Independence.


Lovers’ Park Yerevan

 It is a public park which is headed by Boghossian Foundation. It used to be known as Kozern Park and after WWII, it was renamed, Pushkin Park.


Art Galleries in Yerevan

Dalan Art Gallery Yerevan

It is an art handcraft gallery that symbolizes the culture of Armenia through works of art crafted by talent artists through the use of wood, textiles, etc.


National Art Gallery

It is the largest museum in Armenia, which houses important collections of Armenia, Russian, and Western European art of works.


Eduard Isabekyan Gallery Yerevan

The gallery displays a great insight into the contemporary works of Armenia. It was opened in 2013 and present Armenia’s celebrated artist work of art.


Museums in Yerevan

History Museum of Armenia

It was founded in 1919 and is one of Armenia’s research centers for history and culture. It houses a collection of about 400,000 objects.


Matenadaran – The Museum of Ancient Manuscripts

It is a museum and a research center that holds the largest repository of Armenian manuscripts. The museum is a major landmark in Yerevan city.


Armenian Genocide Museum


Parajanov Museum

This is a museum for Sergei Parajanov, where all his works, such as photographs, graphics, collages, screenplays, are housed in this museum.


Megerian Carpet Museum

The museum houses a wide collection of Armenian rugs and carpets, which also shows a tour of the production process.


Swan Lake

 Swan Lake Park is a favorite tourist attraction in Yerevan as it is a recreation area in the center of the city. It hosts a wide number of open art exhibitions.


Markets & Malls

Dalma Garden Mall

It is an enclosed shopping mall that sells a wide collection of jewelry in the capital city. It was opened in 2012 and has major shops selling international brands.


Yerevan Mall

It is the largest mall in Armenia in Shengavit district of Yerevan. It was opened in 2015 and has several shops, cafes, and amenities.


Gumi Shuka

It is a local market that has a separate floor with different categories of products. You can shop for food, vegetables, meat, bread, nuts, etc.


Yerevan Vernissage

 It is a large open-air market that lies at a length of 350 meters. The market features many traditional artworks of Armenia.


Statues in Yerevan

Smoking Woman

It is a statue of a beautiful woman, which is the center of attention in a park at Cascade. It is finely sculptured and it’s a good place for pictures.


Victory Park and Statue of Mother Armenia

 The female personified monumental statue is located in the capital city, Yerevan. It symbolizes the peace and shows the importance and value of older females.


Sculptural Group Men

 This sculptor is located in the city’s heart and it is only a walking distance from the cascade.


Alexander Tamanyan Statue

This is the monument of Alexander Tamanyan Statue, one of the greatest architects of Armenia. It was opened in 1974 and Artashes Hovsepyan sculpted it.


Arno Babajanyan Statue

 This is the statue of the famous Armenian composer Arno Babajanyan on the corner of Tumanian. It was founded in 2002 and unveiled in 2003.


Blue Kiwi Statue

 It is a blue statue kiwi which is a fun figure in Cascade. It is a funny-looking bird which exemplifies another kind of artwork.


Erebuni Town-Fortress

 It is one fortress which was built along the Uratian border and it is 1,101 meters above sea level. It is a Yerevan name derived from Erebuni.


Statue of David of Sassoun

David Sassoun was the only one whose name was popular in the four acts from the Daredevils of Saaaoun.


Yerevan Opera Theater

 It was opened in 1933 and comprises two halls namely the Aram Khatchaturian concert hall with 1,400 seats and the Alexander Spendiaryan Opera and Ballet National Theatre with 1,200 seats.


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