Amazing Yerevan

Republic Square
Amazing Republic Square
Cascade Monument
Park of the Victory
Mother Armenia Monument
Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex
Cover Photo
60 USDfor a group of 1-6 people
Car tour
6-7 hours
The start time of the tour is agreed upon with the tour guide

No booking fees at the time of ordering a tour. The tour guide will receive a request for this tour and will contact you.

Description of the tour

Tour itinerary: Yerevan

1 point

The Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex was built in 1967 in memory of the victims of the first genocide in the modern history of mankind, arranged by the Turks in 1915. The memorial complex consists of a 44-meter Stela, a cone of 12 plates, a 100-meter wall of mourning and the Museum. At the Memorial entrance there is also a garden with trees planted by leaders of different countries. The memorial is surrounded by a huge territory, where every year, on April 24, million Armenian people from Armenia and the diaspora rise to honor the memory of the victims.

2 point

Victory Park began to be built from 1924, when it bore the name Arabkir Park, and after the World War Two it was renamed as Victory Park. There is also a magnificent statue of Mother Armenia, erected in 1967, before that, there was a monument of Stalin until 1962. The tomb of the unknown soldier and the eternal flame were built in 1970. From the park opens an amazing landscape of Yerevan and Mount Ararat, from where you will have a great opportunity to make amazing memory pictures.

3 point

The next point of our interesting excursion is the famous and majestic Cascade Monument. The construction project was laid back in 1924, by the legendary architector A. Tamanyan. According to his plan, the monument was to connect the north of the city with the center for walking citizens. Work began in the 80s, but lasted for several years and was suspended due to the fall of the USSR and the Karabakh war. The work was reorganized again in 2002, by an American philanthropist of Armenian descent Gerard Gefeschyan, who bought the project and started the work. Since 2009, there is operating the Museum of Art, named after Gefeschyan.

4 point

The Republic Square began to be built in 1924 by the most famous architector of Armenia, Alexander Tamanyan, and was completed until 1977 (although most of the buildings were built in 1950). An area of ​​30,000 square meters of white and pink tuff is the main attraction and the heart of modern Yerevan. The project consists of five buildings: Government House, Main Post Office, Marriott Hotel, the former Foreign Ministry building and the Museum of History and the Art Gallery. And in the center are the famous singing fountains that turn on in the evening.

Sights that we will visit
  • Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex
  • Mother Armenia monument and Park of the Victory
  • Cascade Monument
  • Republic Square
The cost of the tour includes
Meeting at the hotel
Transportation to the hotel
Transportation costs
Entrance tickets
Food and drinks
Additional information
Book tour at least 7 days in advance
Tour suitable for children
Tour is suitable for the elderly

Important notes

1)Payment of the excursion charged in the beginning of the tour.2)Excursion also include: Guide service, Photo service, Treats in the car, Free Wi-Fi,

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