During this city tour tourists will 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 to the Opera and Ballet Theatre. opened on 20 January 1933, with Alexander Spendiaryan's Almast opera performance. The opera building was designed by the Armenian architect Alexander Tamanian. It consists of two concert halls: the Aram Khatchaturian concert hall with 1,400 seats and the Alexander Spendiaryan Opera and Ballet National Theatre with 1,200 seats.
Walk to the Republic Square and enjoy Fountains, through Northern Avenue. Next destination you will continue to is Tsitsernakaberd – the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex.Yerevan’s Tsitsernakaberd Memorial complex is dedicated to the memory of the 1.5 million Armenians who perished in the first genocide of the 20th century at the hands of the Turkish government. Completed in 1967, the Genocide Monument has since become an integral part of Yerevan’s architecture and a pilgrimage site. Set on a hill and dominating the landscape, it is in perfect harmony with its surroundings.
Duration: 5-6 hours
Driving distance: 25 km
Season: All year around
What's included into the Half Day Yerevan tour:
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off;
• Transportation In modern, air-conditioned coach;
• Petrol Costs;
• Qualified Guiding service (English, German, Italian, Russian);
• A bottle of water per traveller.
What's not included into the Half Day Yerevan tour:
• Meals and drinks;
• Tips to the guide and driver.