The tour to Armenia begins, of course, from the capital. After all, it is the place where all the secrets are opened to any visitor.
The tour in Yerevan can be short: you can walk one day, but those who prefer to relax and to see all the sights should stay longer.
Visit Armenia and you will discover not only a country full of myths, legends and the most ordinary people, but also the capital, which is a worthy face of this century-old country.
So what should you see?
Of course, it depends on the time of the year. In winter you can visit the Winter Residence of Santa, talk to him, skate and just admire the winter decoration of this amusement park. Everyone becomes a child and is glad of it… Winter Park in Yerevan is a special place!
You can also visit Flow House. What is it? Adrenaline, drive and a lot of positive emotions. This is surfing. Winter surfing. You ride with snow, you do not feel your legs, snowboarding seems like a carpet-plane among artificial snowdrifts and a whirlwind of emotions.
In the spring – it’s a walk through Yerevan, a view from the Cascade, national dances under the starry sky. And you can even learn to dance. The professional teacher is here. He can teach you any dance. It is a part of the evening program. Merry people – and you rush in dance!
Restaurants, cafes in the open air will always cheer up and make, even for a short while, get away from the bustle and everyday life.
“Aquatek” centre works in the capital all year round.
The motto of this sports and recreation complex is the combination of business life, leisure and physical fitness. So, the choice is yours!
Summer Yerevan is also famous for its numerous festivals and competitions. They are held in the capital all year round, but in summer their influence is felt especially.
The most important thing is the reliability of tourism in Armenia and in the capital itself. You will never feel lonely, and nothing will disturb your plans.
And this is very important when you plan your vacation, your leisure time, your time, and therefore your whole life…