Whether you are travelling solo or with friends, book an exciting tour to Yerevan today.
While the food and architecture of Yerevan will charm you, the brandy and food will take you on a delectable culinary journey.
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Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and also one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. The historical city is situated along the Hrazdan River and its history dates back to the 8th century BC. With the growth in the Armenian economy, Yerevan has transformed into the administrative, cultural and economic centre of Armenia. This led to the growth of retail, cafes, restaurants, shops, street cafes and the like a Yerevan started attracting foreign tourism.
Our well-researched itineraries will take you on an unforgettable tour of Yerevan and other Armenian cities. Clicking on the tours below will give you further details about the packages.
Yerevan is a complete package. It boasts centuries-old historical monuments, large parks, a vibrant square in the heart of the city, and great food. Dook Travels will design a tour that will let travellers experience the best of Yerevan.
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Armenian food is delicious but highly underrated. When you are in Yerevan, taste famous Armenian dishes like Sarma, Dolma, Lavash, Manti and Harissa. There are a few restaurants that should be on your bucket list - Dolmama, Tavern Yeravan, Lavash Restaurant, Charentsi 28 Restaurant and Vostan Restaurant. Also, try Brandy from the oldest Brand company in the world - Ararat.
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Explore the vibrant city of Yerevan with Dook Travels
In early 2020, the UN's World Tourism Organization reported that Armenia is one of the world’s fastest-growing tourist destinations according to the latest statistics. Most foreign tourists want to travel to Yerevan to soak themselves in the local Armenian culture. In recent years, travellers have discovered Yerevan for it’s delectable cuisine. While the world had heard of Uzbek and Kazakh cuisine from Central Asia, lately food and travel bloggers have been talking about the sumptuous Armenian traditional cuisine. Not only this, Tourists don’t restrict themselves to the boundary of Yerevan but travel a few miles outside Yerevan to sample the wine. After food, the architecture of Yerevan stands out from a mile. The pink buildings made from the volcanic pink stone sourced from the local landscape add to the charm and beauty of the city. Once you have soaked in the pink hue of the city, take a stroll through Republic square which has some impressive buildings. The best way to explore the city to take a guided walking tour of 3-4 hours which normally starts from the Republic Square Yerevan also has many museums and galleries. The top few museums are Matenadaran- The museum of ancient manuscripts and History Museum of Armenia. For a more sombre experience, head to the Armenian Genocide Museum. There are many art galleries to choose from but Eduard Isabekyan Gallery and National Gallery of Armenia stand out from the rest. After all the sightseeing, you can take a stroll and have a picnic at one of the many parks in Yerevan. Lovers Park and Tumayan Park will make you fall in love with their lush greenery. After absorbing the Armenian culture, you can shop for souvenirs at the shop called Sirov.am near Yeritasardakan metro station or head to Vernissage which is an arts and crafts market. At the market, you can buy handicrafts, antiques, carpets and artworks.
Yerevan is the perfect city to travel to if you want to experience the local culture of Armenia. While you are in the city, you will be spoilt for choice with so many sights and activities to pursue. Dook Travels has researched and designed itineraries that will give you the most joy out of your stay Yerevan.
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