If you are an adventurer, love to learn about different cultures, history and architecture – visit Yerevan – the Capital of Armenia founded 782 BC and 29 years older than Rome.
During this city tour visit Matenadaran -the depository of ancient manuscripts that holds a collection of 17,000 ancient manuscripts and 30,000 documents covering a great number of subjects. Continue to Yerevan Cascade to Cafesjian Museum of Art, then on to the Opera and Ballet Theatre. Walk to the Republic Square through Northern Avenue and enjoy thousands of fountains. Continue to Tsitsernakaberd – the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex.
- Institute of Ancient Manuscripts after Mesrop Mashtots
- Victory park
- Yerevan Cascade
- Cafesjian Center for the Arts
- Opera & Ballet National Academic Theater
- Northern Avenue
- Republic Square
- The thousand fountains
- The Armenian Genocide memorial complex