(English) Things to do in Yerevan, Armenia

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  1. Beau Woods 12 mai 2012 1133 #

    I’ve been living in Yerevan for about a month now and agree it’s a great place! Some other places to check out are:
    -the Cascade area – the first photo in Annie’s post – it’s a nice hike (they have elevators inside if you prefer) and has great views of the city,
    -the food market on Movses Khorenatsi Street – go through the first building with the stalls and get to the building in the back where people sit with bags and boxes of their food for sale,
    -stroll through the Vernissage, but don’t buy anything – it’s like a flea market, but with extremely high prices

    For bars and pubs, you can’t go wrong around the Cascade, as there are some really nice ones there. Also there are a slew of places that I’d recommend, like:
    -Calumet – very smoky and crowded, but fun
    -Texas – hard to find, but they have all-you-can-eat wings or crawfish for 1,500 dram (~$4) some nights
    -Cactus – with the best selection of tequila and rum in the city that I’ve found to date

    If you’re preparing for a trip there or just want to find out more, keep up with my trip at my site http://meanderingwoods.com and if you end up coming to Yerevan drop me a line!
    Beau Woods recently posted..Taking the Metro in Yerevan

    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 13 mai 2012 1522 #

      Thanks for the suggestions, Beau. I’ll definitely check out your website. Armenia has been on my list for a while. About time I begin planning…

  2. Katie 13 mai 2012 1258 #

    I recently spent 5 weeks in Yerevan and found this really interesting. I have heard Dolmama is good, but quite expensive compared to what you can find elsewhere. I second Beau’s recommendation for Calumet – extremely smoky, but always a good time and good place to end the night, usually with a mix of locals and ex-pats. I also enjoyed strolling through the Vernissage market – I haggled a bit and had fun with it and didn’t find the prices to be too horrible. I found the National History Museum on Republic Square to be great – lots of English explanations and some really interesting exhibits. Another thing not to miss is the memorial and museum commemorating the Armenian Genocide.

    There are some nice day trips to do from Yerevan – Echmiadzin, Garni and Geghard are a few. I also highly recommend heading south to Tatev Monastery and the new cable car there over the Vorotan Gorge.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 13 mai 2012 1525 #

      I’ve eagerly been following your trip through the ex-Soviet Union, Katie. Some very exciting places along your route. Thanks for the suggestions, and especially the day trips. You’re becoming the go-to girl for all three Caucasian countries now :)

  3. Nate @yomadic 13 mai 2012 1431 #

    Crazy! I was just reading up on Yerevan today! Thanks for posting this article, great reading.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 13 mai 2012 1526 #

      Thanks for stopping by, Nate. I seem to see more on Armenia and the other countries in the region these days as well. Such an interesting part of the world.

  4. Unfortunately, I haven’t been to Armenia. Would like to visit it though. One of my friends is there :)
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 29 mai 2012 2016 #

      A friend is a good excuse to go there.. if you need one :)

  5. Awesome suggestions for places to see in Armenia!
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 15 mai 2012 1637 #

      Yeah, I’d like to do everything suggested here – both by Annie and in the very informative comments.

  6. InsideJourneys 14 mai 2012 0522 #

    Would definitely love to see Armenia. It’s one of those places you hear of that feels shrouded in mystery. What a descriptive name, That Place. Love the gallery building, looks very impressive. Night time it looks very elegant.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 29 mai 2012 2018 #

      Love those place names that sounds like they are shrouded in mystery – like Samarkand and Bukhara. And Baghdad. And Armenia.

  7. Waegook Tom 14 mai 2012 0714 #

    Great tips – I’m visiting Armenia on my RTW trip next year, so really interesting to read about it. Especially liking the fact that the food sounds so delicious! Always a priority ;)
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 15 mai 2012 1635 #

      Very interesting. Armenia isn’t normally part of the average RTW trip. Are you going to Azerbaijan and Georgia, too?

  8. Ana (Ana Travels) 14 mai 2012 1621 #

    I had no idea what Yerevan looked like, thanks for sharing this.
    There’s a sizable Armenian community here in Argentina and a few Armenian restaurants, churches and schools.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 15 mai 2012 1634 #

      That’s interesting. Argentina is full of surprises. Wonder what brought Armenians all the way to South America…

  9. Cole @ Four Jandals 14 mai 2012 2219 #

    Is it bad that I have never heard of it? But sounds cool and keen to check it out now!
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 15 mai 2012 1633 #

      You’re probably not alone, Cole. The Caucasian countries aren’t exactly at the top of the tourist trail. Part of what makes them so intriguing.

  10. I LOVE singing fountains! If I was a millionaire and had oodles of disposable income (or royalties or whatever) I’d totally build one in my backyard. =P
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 15 mai 2012 1632 #

      Oh, I do, too. The music, the lights, the rustling water…

  11. Angela 15 mai 2012 1747 #

    Wow, Yerevan is definitely not one of those destinations you read often about. Sounds like a lovely city, I’m very curious to visit Armenia, especially its more traditional places.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 29 mai 2012 2018 #

      Me too.

  12. I really want to visit the Caucus countries… one day!
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 29 mai 2012 2019 #

      I want to visit all three. Hope to find time this year or next.

  13. Andrea 16 mai 2012 1413 #

    This looks very nice – I’ve always been curious about Georgia…
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 29 mai 2012 2020 #

      It does look very appealing, doesn’t it. Especially night-time Yerevan.

  14. Wanderplex 21 mai 2012 1829 #

    I haven’t been to Armenia yet but these sound like great suggestions! Thanks :)
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 29 mai 2012 2020 #

      Thanks for stopping by.

  15. Mubeen Sheikh 25 juni 2012 1228 #

    hey, nice to see ,
    i want to visit Yerevan , i want to know the procedure and requirements ?

  16. Leo 26 november 2012 1110 #

    Very nice read on Yerevan, I’ve been to both Tblisi and Yerevan and have to say that I prefer Yerevan to Tblisi, however outside Yerevan Georgia is more developed. I felt Georgia was quite behind when it came to the nightlife scene and that there wasn’t really any pulse in the city thats what I like about Yerevan, it’s like a small little burtsling cosmopolitan city.

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