This is a 4 hours tour to explore the major tourist attractions of Armenian capital.
Yerevan: Yerevan the capital of Armenia is a very beautiful and small neat town. Archaeological evidence indicates that a military fortress called Erebuni stood on Yerevan's site as far back as the 8th century BC. In 782 B.C the Urartian king Argishti the first founded Erebuni the military and administrative center on the place of the present-day Yerevan. The city of Yerevan is 210 square kilometers in size. There are a lot of attractions in Yerevan that are worth seeing when visiting Armenia.
Sites to visit
- The Mathenadaran - depositary of ancient manuscripts. Its collections comprise ancient Armenian books and miniature paintings that have gained world-wide fame. Among its unique treasures are the works of ancient classical authors and rare manuscripts that have come to our days only in the Armenian translation.
- The Memorial Park and Genocide Museum of Armenians - The memorial-complex to the victims of the Armenian genocide in 1915 towers over Tsitsernakaberd hill. At the center of the monument there is the Memorial Sanctuary with an eternal flame and twelve, tall basalt slabs leaning over the flame. As a part of the Monument the arrow-shaped 44 meters high granite stele symbolizes the spiritual rebirth and bold spirit of the Armenian people. The Genocide Museum is a special constituent part of the complex.
- The Mother Armenia Statue in the Victory Park
|N of Pax||Prices per person (Euros)|
|1 pax||120 euros|
|2 pax||75 euros|
|3 pax||60 euros|
|4 pax||55 euros|
|5 pax||50 euros|
The price includes:
" Transportation service
" Guide service
" Entrance fees
The price excludes:
" Meals and beverages
|1||4 hours tour exploring the capital of Armenia|