Welcome to the youngest of the oldest cities in the world!
What should you do on your first trip to Yerevan?
Cascade Complex in Yerevan
The Cascade is a truly magnificent part of the city, where art, urban life, a huge architectural complex, an idyllic green spaces merge beautifully to form an exciting, and quintessentially Yerevanian atmosphere.
St. Gregory the Illuminator church
The cathedral was build on the occasion of the 1700th anniversary of Christianity as a state religion of Armenia at the suggestion of Archbishop Garegin Nersissian to His Holiness Vazgen I.
National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet after Al. Spendiaryan
The Opera and Ballet Theater takes its unique place in the life of the capital. Located in the heart of Yerevan, the theatre is a cultural hub and an architectural triumph of the capital.
History Museum of Armenia
The mission of the History Museum of Armenia is to preserve, replenish, study and publicize the Museum objects and collections, which represent the history and culture of Armenia and the Armenian people.
"Erebuni" Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve
This museum was established in 1968, on the 2750th anniversary of Yerevan’s foundation. About 20 thousand archeological exhibits are displayed here.
"My ancient Erebuni that has become Yerevan.
You are our new Dvin, our new Ani.
A dream gracing our small corner of the earth,
After centuries of longing, with rocks carved into facades of lace."
"EVENING YEREVAN" ROUTE
In addition to the regular daily routes, the "Evening Yerevan" tour operates from the Republic Square.
Group: 8-50 ppl
YEREVAN CITY TOUR
The open-top, double-decker bus provides fantastic views and a great atmosphere to enjoy Yerevan.
Group: 8-60 ppl
"RELIGIOUS TOUR" ROUTE
Yerevan's ancient and new churches, Christian monuments, and the rich history of the Armenian Apostolic Church on this tour.
Group: 8-15 ppl
"OLD CITY" TOUR
An interesting tour through the old Yerevan in 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Group: 8-25 ppl