Yerevan Main Sights Tour, Armenia
This city tour around Yerevan takes you to the most popular attractions the fortress of Erebuni, the Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex, the Armenian Genocide Museum, and the museum of renowned independent cinema director Sergey Paradjanov!
- The fortress of Erebuni on Arin-Berd hill
- Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex
- Armenian Genocide Museum
- Sergey Paradjanov museum
- Professional guide
- Private air-conditioned vehicle transportation
- Yerevan pick-up and drop-off
- Bottled water
- Entrance fee (about 13,74 Euro)
Start your tour by going to the Arin-Berd hill fortress of Erebuni, which was constructed in 782 BC by Urartian King Argishti the First. This is where the modern history of Yerevan begins. The museum down the hill displays the unique discoveries made in the fortress's territory.
The Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex to the victims of the Armenian Genocide, which towers over the eponymous hill, is the next stop. The Armenian Genocide Museum is a unique component of the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex. The exhibit includes many large photographs taken by witnesses, archival documents, documentary films, and original documents issued by international organizations and foreign parliaments condemning the Genocide.
The program concludes with the Sergey Paradjanov museum, dedicated to one of the most brilliant and mysterious figures in modern Armenian art, talented artist and producer Sergey Paradjanov. The museum's luminous halls will transport visitors to Paradjanov's unexpected and one-of-a-kind world.