Republic Square

Republic Square

Opera House

Opera House

Travel to Armenia

Blessed with ancient history and colorful culture, natural landmarks and numerous attractions, unique architecture and masterpieces of ancient era, add to this the Armenian hospitality of the sophisticated friendly locals and the splendor of Armenian diverse culinary delights. Armenia is where past and present meet.

Armenia is a place where past and present meet, where standing monuments of fascinating history tell you about the achievements of global scale and turbulances which left so little after. Tours in Armenia allow you to experience the culture and traditions and at the same time enjoy the new and the fun.

Located in the north-eastern part of Ararat Valley, at an altitude of 900 to 1,200 meters above sea level, Yerevan occupies a territory of approximately 300 sq. km and is considered the oldest operating capital in the world, which is older than Rome and Nineveh and will celebrate its 2,800th anniversary in 2018.Today, it has almost 1.2 million inhabitants.

Enjoy the singing and colorful fountains of the Republic Square, surrounded by a ring of boulevards, visit Matenadaran - world's largest depository of around 14,000 ancient manuscripts, relax and unwind with a glass of drink in one of the many cafes, bars and night clubs, indulge yourself at one of the many great accommodation options - Yerevan is a truly intriguing tourist destination with all the ingredients for a memorable and active vacation.

Armenia Must See Sights

  • Karahunj
    Karahunj
    Karahunj is a huge complex comprised of Bronze Age tremendous and unique megalithic structures (specifically tombs) and over 220 menhirs (standing stones).
  • Republic Square
    Republic Square
    Surrounded by 7 major buildings and intersected by various streets Republic Square is one of the main tourist destinations and most beloved places in Yerevan.
  • Tatev Monastery
    Tatev Monastery
    Tatev Monastery has passed such a long way and recorded such rich history that it’s sometimes hard not to get confused and not to lose the track of events.

Top Things To Do

  • Matenadaran
    Matenadaran
    Founded in 1959 and designed by architect Mark Gregorian Matenadaran is one of the world’s richest depositories of ancient manuscripts and books.
  • Vernissage
    Vernissage
    Vernissage is open every weekend from early morning till 5 pm with friendly salespeople offering a myriad of unique arts and crafts sure to entice travelers.