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Hotel Golden Tulip

104 refined and elegant guestrooms with free high speed internet connection, free Fitness center with sauna, free open air swimming pool, free WI-FI internet in the public area are at your disposal.
The Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan is a luxurious and charming hotel situated in the very center of Yerevan, only in 15 minutes drive (12 km) from the international airport “Zvartnots”. It is within easy walking distance to the Republic Square, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Open house and the National Art Gallery.Address: 14 Abovyan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 591600
Fax: (+374 10) 591666


Hotel Armenia Marriot

Address: 1 Amiryan Str. /Republic Square/, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 599000
Fax: (+374 10) 599001

Ideally located in the heart of Armenia’s capital city Yerevan, Armenia Marriott Hotel is a part of an architectural ensemble, which frames the Republic Square, the main city center.   226 spacious rooms all conveniently wired for business;  7 meeting rooms; 1152 sq. mt. total meeting space.

Hotel Golden Palace 

Golden Palace Hotel is located near park “Haghtanak” adjacent to the center of the city with magnificent fascinating view.Address: 2/2 Azatutyan Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 219999
Fax: (+374 10) 219921

The hotel offers 66 spacious and elegant rooms and suites, with breathtaking views of the mountain Ararat. The hotel features queen, king size and twin-bedded rooms starting from the Deluxe, Diplomatic, Ambassador levels and ending with the luxurious Presidential where You can learn the true meaning of the VIP.






Address: 1 Italia Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 580095, 591199
Fax: (+374 10) 522224

Each of 126 rooms presents the ideal blend of comfort and functionality with a full air-conditioning system, Internet connection, satellite television and a fully stocked mini bar. A real three-star Superior Deluxe.
Hotel Services &Facilities  126 rooms (44 Single, 72 Doubles/Double Twins & 10 Congress Executives)


Hotel Ani Plaza

Ani Plaza Hotel is a 4 star Hotel conveniently  locatedin the heart of Yerevan, in the Government andAddress: 19 Sayat Nova Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 589500, 594500
Fax: (+374 10) 565343;

business district. It is walking distance from the Opera House, the national Museum and other cultural
attractions. Ani Plaza Hotel is at your service with comfortable Business and Economy rooms. Many rooms offer a panoramic view of Yerevan and Mount Ararat. Non-smoking floors are available.


Hotel Metropol 

Address: 2/2 Mashtots Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 510700, 510701
Fax: (+374 10) 510702


The Metropol Hotel is one of the Yerevan’s premier addresses and a perfect venue from which to explore the sights of Armenia’s majestic capital. Ideally located on Yerevan’s most celebrated avenue, Mashtots, the Metropol Hotel stands proud as the most distinguished address. The hotel is located only some 15 minutes drive from the Zvartnots International Airport and is within easy walking distance of all the major features, sights and attractions, the principal shopping, business and cultural areas of Yerevan. There are 70 rooms in hotel including 2 phone line, wifi internet, satallitetv.



Hotel Europe 

Address: 38 Hanrapetutyun Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 546060
Fax: (+374 10) 546050

Ideally located within few steps from Republic Square and ten minutes drive from Zvartnots International Airport, Europe Hotel could be the best choice for tourists willing to explore Yerevan on foot or for business travelers who want to be close to corporate offices or embassies.
Europe Hotel with its 44 comfortable and cozy rooms, as well as 3 spacious suites, provides you with the following available in all rooms: cable TV , two direct telephone lines, internet access, hair dryer, mini bar and fire detectors.



LATAR Complex
Address: 58 house, V-th Str., SilikyanNeighbourhood, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 380711, 380721
Fax: (+374 10) 380718

Latar is a new constructed complex located in the most quiet and peaceful place in Yerevan, where opens a beatiful view of Biblical Ararat. The complex has numerous entertainment facilities. The most significant is MshoTun restaurant.



Hotel Ararat 

Address: 7 GrigorLusavorich Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 510000
Fax: (+374 10) 510001

Ararat Hotel is a 5 minute drive from city center and 10 minutes from the Zvartnots airport, in an area surrounded by green parks, theaters, and diplomatic representations (French, Russian and Italian Embassies). All 52 rooms and suites are spacious and features deluxe amenities
that will render a pleasant and memorable stay,
providing comfort and convenience.


Hotel Aviatrans 

Address: 4 Abovyan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 567230, 567228, 567240
Fax: (+374 10) 584442

Hotel “Aviatrans”, a high class hotel, is situated in the centre of Yerevan – in the government and business district. This lovely little hotel is a short distance from the House of Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Art Gallery, Museum of History of Armenia, Opera House and also a metro station.
There are 55 rooms in hotel “Aviatrans”. Rooms are very light, large and comfortable. Cleanness and coziness of the suites are ensured.



Address: 72 Dzorap Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 535332, 536601, 530043, 530144, 536171
Fax: (+374 10) 538428,

After reconstruction this 15-floors hotel with 54 nicely furnished apartments offers:
Restaurant for 120 person, bar, café, mini-bar, conference chamber for 200 person, sport complex, billiard room, international telephone & fax service
laundry service, satellite TV, Internet, parking.



Hotel Erebuni 

Address: 26/1 Nalbandyan Str., Republic Square, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 580505, 564993, 564994
Fax: (+374 10) 580330

The Erebuni Hotel is a cozy, renovated, modern Hotel. It has also a convenient location and excellent staff. Erebuni Hotel is just next to the Center of the city – Republic Square. Its location is ideal for those who come to Yerevan on business or for pleasure, since its area is surrounded not only by museums, theaters, churches and parks, but also by banks (HSBC, VTB, Converse Bank), administrative places, eating and shopping places.



Hotel Regineh 

Address: 235/1 NorkiAyginer, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 654020, 655929, 651619, 655939
Fax: (+374 10) 651619

HOTEL REGINEH features 60 rooms. Most of the rooms have balcony with breathtaking Ararat Mountain view.
Guestroom facilities:  Air conditioning system  TV  Mini bar (upon request)  Local and international phone lines


Hotel Bass 

Address: 3/1 Aygedzor Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 222638, 261080, 262751
Fax: (+374 10) 222638

Bass Hotel is located in the prestigious Aigedzor district in the heart of Yerevan. Garden-like hotel still sits away from busy traffic and quietly overlooks beautiful Mt. Ararat. Conveniently located only 20 minutes from the airport, and just around the corner from the subway and major foreign embassies.
Single room, two-room and two-room deluxe accommodations with balconies overlooking spectacular Mr. Ararat.



Address: 275 NorkiAyginer Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 546000, 654115, 654165
Fax: (+374 10) 654155

The Hotel offers probably the best view of the city and the biblical Mt. Ararat. It is only 10 minutes drive from the main city center and 20 minutes from International airport.
Comfortable furniture and modern design of the guest rooms will make you feel at home while staying at the ARMA hotel.






Hotel AvanMarakTsapatar :

Address:Tsapatagh Village (57 kilometers from the lake peninsula), Sevan
Phone: (+374 1) 655877, 6527 (093) 947891, 652707
Fax: (+374 1) 652877,

The AvanMarakTsapatagh hotel is located in a lovely village on the eastern shore of Lake Sevan. It features 34 rooms (to accommodate ninety guests), including duplexes, large and small room as well as suites. Other attractions include an outdoor swimming pool, beach cabin, hot tub, table tennis, and billiards. The Zanazan Restaurant overlooks the lake and features an open terrace. There is seating for 120. The complex is designed to accommodate conventions and business retreats for twenty persons.



Hotel Bohemian Resort:

Address: Not reaching the peninsula, Sevan
Phone: (+374 261) 25885;


Best Western Bohemian Resortis a high quality service hotel, located on the                                                  most beautiful beach of Lake Sevan.  The distance between the nearest town Sevan is 4 kilometers, from the International Airport (located in Yerevan, the capital of the republic) is 75 kilometers.

In our property we have:    Single Rooms: 3 Double Rooms: 4 Junior Suite: 1 Club Suites: 17 From which Non-smoking rooms: 12


Hotel Harsnakar :

Address:Tsamaqaberd, Sevan
Phone: (+374 261) 20092, 22400, (374 10) 286272
Fax: (+374 261) 20065

Hotel Harsnaqar with its unique Water World is situated on the shore of mountainous Lake Sevan. Here you can feel the freshness of the air and splashing of waves on the entire territory of the complex. 30 comfortable suites and 5 cottages will take you to a heavenly world.


Hotel Akhtamar :

Address:Tsamaqaberd, Sevan
Phone:+374 10 289843; +374 10 624154

Fax:+ 374 10 201411


On the shore of Pearl Lake Sevan, on the left side of the road leading to Dilijan, at the foot of the hill stands a large hotel “Akhtamar”. 43 rooms are always ready to welcome guests from every corner of the planet, as well as six rooms of the elite class. Hotel “Akhtamar” – it’s not just hotel rooms, vacation spot, but also a great opportunity to combine business with pleasure. Meeting room equipped with modern equipment can be used for conferences, seminars or workshops with the participation of 70-80 people.



Address:Chambarak, Sevan
Phone: (+374 261) 60021, 60022, 60023, (093) 581951, (077) 787787
Mobile: +37491 288277; +37477 787787

Blue Sevan offers:
• Nicely furnished rooms
• Hot and cold water
• TV set
• Refrigerator
• Bathroom, toilet
• Parking
• Conference hall
• Sauna, billiard
• Restaurant, Bar
• Tennis Playground





Hotel Araks :

Address: 31 Gorki Str., Gyumri
Phone: (+374 312) 54435, 51199
Fax: (+374 312) 54045

Our friendly team will be glad to take care of you and your friends’ needs suggesting you bright spectrum of services in any taste. You’ll feel the aristocratic spirit of past, combined with today’s comfort and practicalness. The completeness and comfort of each room of our hotel will surprise you.Here you will find maximum of what you need beginning with mini-bar with cold drink to conference – hall with equipments for translation and Internet connection.
Amenities and facilities: sauna, restaurant with banquet halls, conference halls, parking, disco club, pizzeria, swimming pool, photo service, room service


Hotel Nane :

Address: 1/5 GareginNzhdeh Ave., Gyumri
Phone: (+374 312) 33369
Fax: (+374 312) 39993

Ideally located in the center of Gyumri on a busy avenue Nane hotel complex could be the best choice for tourists and guests willing to explore Gyumri, the second largest city in Armenia. The hotel is situated within walking distance to downtown Gyumri’s numerous museums, art galleries, business centers, ancient churches and other venues of attraction and entertainment.
Nane hotel offers 8 comfortable and modern rooms as well as 4 suites all of which are equipped with a satellite TV, WiFi internet, kitchenette and mini-bar.



Hotel Berlin :

Address: 25 Hakhtanak Ave. 3104, Gyumri
Phone: (+374 312) 57659
Fax: (+374 312) 50386

Berlin Art Hotel in Gyumri is a social pilot enterprise of the German Red Cross in Berlin.
The hotel opened its doors to guests in 1996. Since that time it is a favourite of international travellers. What sets this hotel apart from other local hotels is the art Gallery25. All 15 rooms feature the art works of local and international artists.






Hotel Jupiter:

Phone: (+374 223) 60616, 60617, (010) 588815
Fax: (010) 588816

Amenities and facilities: TV set, WI-FI internet connection, bathroom with all facilities in all rooms, minibar and Jacuzzi only in luxes. Conference Hall(20 – 60 pax), Restaurant, Lounge, Café Jupiter; Disco-Bar, lobby-Bar Sauna, Billiard Room.



Hotel Kecharis :

Address: 15 Orbeli Brothers Str., Tsakhkadzor
Phone: (+374 223) 60409; 60509, 60609, (094)337733

The hotel consists of 34 rooms in duplex, lux, semilux, business and economic types. Due to extra beds 90people can be situated in all the rooms. The suite residential living surface forms from 17.9 to 41.7m2.There are international telephone link, satellite TV, audio- and video- means in the rooms, audio- and video- apparatuses; as well as refrigerator, mini-bar, hairdryer, bathroom with cabin, soundproof windows! Almost all the rooms have comfortable balconies. There are also hydro massage cabins in bathrooms.



Hotel Multi Rest House :

At your disposal single, double and three comfortable hotel rooms with all conveniences are available. Two family corps with kitchen included are available on the hotel area.



Tsaghkadzor General Sport Complex :

Address:Tsaghkadzor General Sport Complex, Tsakhkadzor
Phone: (+374 223) 60726, 60722, 60524, 60523

Entertainment: tennis, billiard, sauna and swimming pool, tennis court, restaurant (up to 400 pax), wrestling hall, weightlifting hall, boxing hall, athletics hall, indoor games hall, stadiums, playground, parking site, ski track
Jacuzzi, DVD player, internet connection
Total number of beds: 300










Hotel Impuls :

Address: 14 ParzLitch Str., Dilijan
Phone: (+374 268) 22348, 25679, 22236, (093) 402587; (010) 544448
Fax: (+374 268) 22348, 22236

Amenities: TV-set (satellite TV), refrigerator, phone, 2-seated bed (165х190), table, chairs, wardrobe, bathroom with shower cabin, centralized heating, hot and cold water-supply
Entertainment: hall-bar with a piano, where special memorial dinners can be organized, restaurant for 150 people, game-room, children playground, conference halls and a parking space



Hotel DilidjanResort :

Address: 66 Getapnya Str., Dilijan, Tavoush
Phone: (+374 268) 25142, 26219

71  comfortable furnished guestrooms (Standard Single Rooms, Standard Double & Twins, Deluxe  Double  Rooms, Suites , Family Rooms and VIP room  with  balconies, ovelooking  the charming “green, white and  yellow  world”, where  you can  enjoy  drinkink  coffee  or  tea   are  equipped with all modern facilities.



Guest House  Verona:

Address: Near the Sport-Cultural Complex, Jermuk, Vayotsdzor
Phone: (+374 287) 22050, (+374 91) 402615,

Amenities and facilities: Hot/cold water, heating, telephone, minibar, hairdryer, TV set, refrigerator, hairdryer, tennis, volleyball, café, Parking lot, small artificial lake.


Hotel Armenia :

Address: 2 Miasnikyan Str., Jermuk
Phone: (+374 287) 21290, 21419, (374 10) 281224
Fax: (+374 287) 21419, 281224

The sanatorium has 60 rooms with all conveniences.
Amenities and facilities: hot/cold water, heating, refrigerator, TV satellite, billiard, tennis, gym, telephone, bar, bankomatesmini-bar, Wi-Fi internet.



Hotel Olympia :

Address: 16 Shaumyan Str., Jermuk
Phone: (+374 287) 21243, 22366 , (093) 707909;

Amenities and facilities: Cold/Hot water, satellite TV set, hairdryer, telephone, bathroom, toilet, refrigerator Parking lot, playground, Billiard, tennis, games room, Dance/conference hall (80 pax) with music, computer games, restaurant, bar, sauna, mineral bath, underwater massage, general massage, WI-Fi internet, hairdresser, karaoke, gym, cafe The sanatorium is in the centre of the city and there are different shops, restaurants, swimming pool close to it.






Hotel Lalaner :

Address: 29 Sisakan Str., Sisian
Phone: (+374 2830) 6600, 5600, (091) 481606
Fax: (+374 2830) 4500

Amenities: hot/cold water, Heating, satellite TV, fridge, telephone, hair dryer
Entertainment: Sauna, Restaurant, Bar, Café, swimming pool


Hotel Basen:

Address: 2 Manukyan Str., Sisian
Phone: (+374 2830) 4662, (091/3) 434685
Mobile: (093) 434685

Amenities: hot, cold water, TV set and refrigerators in the corridors and in some rooms

Hotel Dina :

Address: 35 Sisakan Str., Sisian
Phone: (+374 2830) 3333, (093) 334392
Fax: (+374 2830) 3333;

Amenities: hot (only in luxes), cold water, heating, bathroom, toilet, 24 hours satellite TV set, video and business centre in the lobby




Address: 100 Mashtots Str., Goris
Phone: (+374 284) 24612, 284402, (091) 209083, (010) 28 44 02

Amenities and facilities: hot/cold water, TV set, Internet, Restaurant-Conference hall (40 pax), parking lot.


Mina Hotel:

Address: 169 Mashtots str., Goris
Phone: (+374 284) 30119, (099) 03 01 19

Amenities: hot/cold water, bathroom, satellite TV set,wi-fi internet/Internet,Restaurant





Hotel Arghishti :

Address: 1 Batumi Str., Vanadzor
Phone: (+374 322) 42556, 42557, 42558
Fax: (+374 322) 42531

The hotel “Argishti” is a three-storey building, located in the center of Vanadzor Town. The interior part of the hotel has been designed with the elements of the national style and coloring. The hotel rooms have bathrooms, with all necessary components, refrigerators, color TVs, satellite, telephones and hair-driers. It has an International telephone communication.



Hotel Green House:

Address: 8d Banak Str., Vanadzor
Phone: (+374 322) 40015, 20932, (091) 310070, (091) 428611

If you are traveling to Vanadzor, Green house hotel is a hotel of your choice. Hotel staff guarantees high service at low prices. Located in a 5 minute walk from the centre of Vanadzor, Green house hotel is a newly built first-rate building surrounded by the green park with beautiful trees and flowers. Stylish furniture and modern design of the 15 nicely furnished guest rooms will make you feel at home while staying at the Green House hotel. A truly enjoyable and relaxing atmosphere.

TufenkianAvanDzoraget Hotel Complex:

Address: Village Dzoraget, Lori
Phone: (+374 1) 655877, 652707
Fax: (+374 1) 652707
E-mail:hotels@tufenkian.amThe AvanDzoraget is a luxury property located in Lori Province, on the main road to Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. The building is surrounded all around by spectacular mountains shooting straight up as if to protect the hotel and the gurgling Debet River, rushing just beside the entrance to the hotel.
This complex is open and feature 34 rooms, a restaurant, an indoor swimming pool, a spa, and a gymnasium.REGION ARTSAKH (KHARABAKH)


Hotel Armenia :+

Address:February 20 str. Bng 4
Phone: (+374 91 345 322)

Armenia Hotel in Stepanakert
is located on Republic Square, in the heart of Stepanakert. Armenia Hotel in Stepanakert has 54 guest rooms, all furnished according to international standards, beautifully decorated with prevailing mild and relaxing colors.

Armenia Hotel welcomes group and indiviualtravellers to Stepanakert by offering hi-scale accommodations and conference facilities for delegations. The hotel has a full business center with Internet access, an indoor swimming pool and sauna, organizes sightseeing tours upon request. In summer days you can have great time in the open-air cafe next to the entrance of the hotel overlooking Republic Square.


Hotel Nairi :

Nairi hotel is situated in countryside, away from urban noise and dispose to resting.The hotel has a very beautifull view to the Karabakhmountains. Availability of transport will let you reach any part of Stepanakert. Building of the Hotel is constructed in modern style with usage of marble, scarce kinds of wood, curtains, modern furniture, and 46 comfortable rooms. All the rooms are equipped by telephones, fridge’s and TV-sets. See all the beauty of Stepanakert and the best service, provided only in our hotel.


HôtelHeghnar :

Situated in a nice park-like area of Stepanakert, the capital of Mountainous Karabakh,
Heghine Hotel consists of only a couple cosy houses.
There are twelve comfortable accomodations having bathrooms with cool and hot running water any time of day and night.
Right next door to the hotel there is a huge gym and a football field.

Aram khachartryanAram Khachatryan Concert Hall

Address: 46 Mashtots Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 560645, 545742, 540746
Fax: (+374 10) 564965

As part of the Opera and Ballet Theater the Big Concert Hall (1300 seats) is the main concert hall of the republic. In front of the building stands thr statue of the world famous composer Aram Khachaturian, who had more than once conductedthe orchestra in the big Concert Hall.

Arno Babajanayan Concert HallArno Babajanayan Concert Hall

Address: 2 Abovyan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 582871
Fax: (+374 10) 562324

The hall was officially named after Arno Babajanyan on December 25 2005. It is situated on the ground floor of the house of Culture, presently the Museums’ building (Republic square). The entrance is from Abovyanstreet. The building was built in 1916 by the project of architect V. Simonyan. In 1953, 1961, 1977 the hall was repaired under the direction of architect M. Grigoryan and E. Srapyan. The concert hall is provided for 300 spectators that is why it used to be called “Small hall of Armphilharmony” before getting the present name


komitas-chamber-music-hallKomitas Chamber Music Hall

Address: 1 Issahakyan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 541040, 526725
Fax: (+374 10) 541040

The Chamber Music Hall is located in Circle park in the building built by architect St. Kyurkchyan in 1977. The Chamber Music Hall is a unique building. It is built in “free plan” principle: the hall, the stage, the foyer have no boundaries and create an atmosphere of inside completeness. Armenian and international concerts, festivals have taken place here. The artistic solution of the building is in harmony with the architecture of the park.





Karen Demirchyan Sport-Concert ComplexKaren Demirchyan Sport-Concert Complex

Address: Tsitsernakaberd Park, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 399913, 390028, 390001
Fax: (+374 10) 399515

The Sport and music Complex was opened in 1984, on one of the hills of the tsitsernakabert Park. The stairs along the cascade of fountains lead you to the complex reminiscant of a silhouette of a huge bird with open wings. The SMC has 2 halls. The first hall with 5000 seats for sport contests, and the second one is a consert hall with 1300 seats.


Armenian jazz is the synthesis of unique Armenian folk music and jazz the root of which is TatevikHovhannissian. The Art of Jazz presented by ArtoTunjaBoyadjian  is also well spread in Armenia and from time to time we organize concerts of ArtoTunjaBoyadjian together with the group “Navy jazz”. In “The Jazz Club Malkhas”  the visitor can enjoy the jazz interpretation of Armenian instruments. His music is a mirror of the national soul, joyous and tragic.


“MEZZO” Classic house club“MEZZO” Classic house club

Address: Yerevan, 1/3 28 Isahakyan Str.
Telephone: +374 10 52 42 11

Mezzo  is an upscale two-storey complex club located in the heart of Yerevan, conveniently close to both cultural and entertainment districts of the city. Mezzo’s guests may visit our walk-in cigar humidor and enjoy their choice of cigar in the Cigar zone, browse through our large wine and spirit variety in the Bar, relax in comfortable sofa seats in the Red or Brown Lounge areas, enjoy their food selection in the classically designed Restaurant section, or listen to live music in the Parterre zone.


“Yans” Club“Yans” Club

Address: Yerevan, 74 Teryan Str.
Telephone: +374 10 70 00 00

The Yans Club is the unique top class Music Hall in Armenia and a high-quality restaurant with an exclusive interior and excellent food. Once established the Yans Club has set a new, high standard bar to the most perfectionist demands. Since its opening, the Yans Club is characterized as a respectability and lightness, improvisation, forethought of details and delicacy of taste. Every single day the best Armenian and foreign music bands and soloists are playing on the Yans Club Music Hall stage. And, if to believe that there is no place to routine life and jazz can be a festival, then each day in the Yans Club brings a big festival of a really excellent music.





“Malkhas” jazz club“Malkhas” jazz club

Adress: Yerevan, Pushkin str. 52/1.
tel.: (374-10) 53-17-78, 53-53-50

Malkhas Jazz Club presents a program of jazz music every day from 21:00 to 02:30.

Artists: Malkhas Jazz Band, Time-Report, VahagnHayrapetyan Jazz Trio, Aramo, Forsh, and after midnight will play for you LevonMalkhasyan ..


Avantgarde Folk Music CenterAvantgarde Folk Music Center

Address: 3a Pushkin Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 561497

New good quality club. Here you can enjoy the real Armenian music of various styles and genres – folk-jazz, world-beat, New Age,folk-rock, strongly headed for the Armenian national musical roots, rhythms and harmonies. Original Armenian cuisine.



“Stop” Music Club

Address: 37 Moskovian Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 560780


Cafesjian Center for the Arts

Adress: Yerevan, Cascade Complex
Tel.: (+37410) 567262
Fax: (+37410) 561589





Club “12”Club “12”

Adress: Yerevan, Abovyan str. 41
tel.: 52-23-50

A place where old friends get together to have a good time and befriend new wonderful people. Great live music, unique cousin, improvised dance routines, or just engaging intellectual conversation – to them this is the perfect recipe of a memorable evening. Our native Yerevan is very lively and beautiful and we are thrilled to be a part of its vibrant spectrum. So, please get ready for an unforgettable experience and head to CLUB 12.

Matenadaran-Institute of Ancient Manuscripts

Address: 53 Mashtots Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 562578, 583292, 560642
Working Days: Tuesday-Saturday
Working Hours: 10:00am-4:30pm

Mashtots_Institute_of_Ancient_Manuscripts_(Matenadaran)The Matenadaran, the Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, was founded in 1959 as the State depository of manuscripts. The Matenadaran is named after MesropMashtots, the creator of Armenian Alphabet.The Matenadaran is in possession of a collection of nearly 17,000 manuscripts and 30,000 other documents which cover a wide array of subjects such as historiography, geography, philosophy, grammar, art history, medicine and science. The majority of the books have precious leather covers with stamping and silver pressing. Most are full of elaborate miniatures, very important elements of medieval Armenian art.
The Matenadaran building (architect Mark Grigorian) has the advantageous position of being located on a hill at the end of the Mashtots Avenue. It dominates the center of Yerevan. This building made of basalt reflects the forms and specifics of Armenian architecture. The statues of MovsesKhorenatsi, TorosRoslin, GrigorTatevatsi, AnaniaShirakatsi, Mkhitar Gosh and Frik are in front of the main façade and the statues of MesropMashtots and his disciple Koriun (sculptor Chubarian) are situated at a lower level. The Matenadaran has departments of Bibliography and Textual Studies, Old Chronicles, Medieval Chronicles, Documents and Miniatures Studies, Preservation, Restoration and Copying of Manuscripts and Archival Documents. It also has a library with a huge stock of Armenian studies-related publications. Armenian manuscripts are on display not only in the Matenadaran but all over the world: The Library of the Armenian Patriarcate in Jerusalem, Mkhitarists in Venice and Vienna, National Library of Paris, Libraries of Rome and the Vatican, Bzomar Monastery in Lebanon, museums in the US and many other countries.

The Matenadaran Museum,  is “a library oldest and richest in the world”, according to UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.



Museum-Institute of the Armenian Genocide

Address: Tsitsernakaberd memorial complex
RA, Armenia Yerevan 0028
Tel.: (+374 10) 39 09 81
Fax: (+374 10) 39 10 41E-mail:
Working Days: Tuesday-Sunday
Working Hours: 11:00-16:30

Armenian_Genocide_Museum-Institute_3The Armenian Genocide Museum opened its doors in 1995, concurrently commemorating the eightieth anniversary of the Genocide. The Museum structure, planned by architects S. Kalashian, A. Tarkhanyan and sculptor F. Araqelyan, has a unique design.

During the decennial activity the Museum received many visitors including schoolchildren, college students and an unprecedented number of tourists both local and abroad.

The museum provides guided tours in Armenian, Russian, English, French and German.

The Republic of Armenia has made visiting the Armenian Genocide Museum part of the official State protocol and many foreign official delegations have already visited the Museum. These delegations have included, Pope John Paul II, President of the Russian Federation V. Putin, President of the Republic of France J. Shirak, and other well-known social and political figures.

The impressive two-story building is built directly into the side of a hill so as not to detract from the imposing presence of the Genocide Monument nearby. The roof of the Museum is flat and covered with concrete tiles. It overlooks the scenic Ararat Valley and majestic Mount Ararat.

The first floor of the Museum is subterranean and houses the administrative, engineering and technical maintenance offices as well as Komitas Hall, which seats 170 people. Here also are situated the storage rooms for museum artifacts and scientific objects, as well as a library and a reading hall. The Museum exhibit is located on the second floor in a space just over 1000 square meters. There are three main indoor exhibit halls and an outer gallery with its own hall.

The Genocide Monument is designed to memorialize the innocent victims of the first Genocide of the 20th century. The Genocide Museum’s mission statement is rooted in the fact that understanding the Armenian Genocide is an important step in preventing similar future tragedies, in keeping with the notion that those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.



Erebouni: Museum of the Establishment of Yerevan

Address: 38 Erebuni Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 458207
Working Days: Tuesday – Sunday
Working Hours: 10:03am – 4:30pm

ErebuniErebouni Museum of the History of the Foundation of Yerevan was established in 1968. The opening of the Museum was timed to coincide with the 2750th anniversary of Yerevan. The Museum stands at the foot of the Arin Berd hill, on top of which the Urartian Fortress Erebouni has been constructed. The City-Fortress was excavated, some parts of the structure were reinforced and restored and the fortress was turned into an outdoor Museum. A cuneiform inscription testifies that the city was built by Argishti I the King of Urartu in 782 B. C. The majority of fortress was built from raw bricks. The citadel was encircled by strong walls in some places built in three rows. The temple of God Khaldi occupied and important place in the fortress. The walls of the temple were decorated with numerous frescos. Archeologists have found giant karasses (pitches for storage of wine) buried in the ground. Ceramics, potter’s wheels and other articles used in everyday life were also unearthed during excavations. There is huge collection of artifacts, sups, jars, bronze bracelets, glass, agate beads and many other things that tell us about the life of the citadel, the tastes and habits of its inhabitants. The building of the Museum that houses 12,235 exhibits was constructed by architect Sh. Azatian and sculptor A.Harutiunian. It has two branches in Shengavit and Karmir Blur with 5,288 and 1,620 exhibits respectively in stock.


MartirosSaryan House-Museum

Address: 3 Saryan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 581762
Fax: (+374 10) 521607
Working Days: Everyday except Thursday
Working Hours: 10:00-17:00, Wednesday 10:00 – 16:00

saryan-1The Museum was built during the lifetime of the artist, next to his home and studio. Since 1967, it has operated as a branch of the National Art Gallery. The top and middle floors of this three-storey building exhibit paintings from 1898 – 1970, and the ground floor displays the artist’s drawings. Following the artist’s death in 1972, his studio also became a part of the museum. 80 paintings donated by the artist make up the core of the collection. Subsequent donations and acquisitions augmented the collection to 170. The museum organizes exhibitions of Saryan’s paintings worldwide.


Middle East Museum

Address: 1 Aram Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 543463, 563641
Fax: (+374 10) 581651
Working Days: Tuesday-Saturday
Working Hours: 11:00am-5:00pm

Middle East MuseumThe Middle East Museum was founded in 1993, based on a collection donated by Marcos Grigorian, painter, collector and honorary citizen of Yerevan. The Museum displays 2,600 exhibits containing works of Russian, European and Middle Eastern applied arts. In particular the Persian Section is unique and includes objects of Pre-Persian civilizations of the 4-1 millennia B.C. (pottery from Elam, bronze artwork from Luristan and ritual figurines from Suza and Amlal). Persian Pre-Islamic Zoroastrian culture, Islamic culture, Ghadjarac art is on display as well. The exhibits are housed in 4 showrooms entitled Marcos Grigorian, Islamic, Russian and European.

The Museum also has a rich library and video collection.



Museum of Folk Art

Address: 64 Abovyan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 569383, 569387, 569380
Working Days: Tuesday-Sunday
Working Hours: 10:00am-5:00pm, Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm

Museum of Folk ArtThe Museum was founded in 1978 for the preservation and furtherance of traditions of applied, decorative and fine arts in the context of Armenian folk art. The Museum houses about 12,000 exhibits (embroidery, silver jewelry, wooden, stone and gold objects, ceramic ware, ornamented metalwork, carpets and rugs) which show the development of various branches of folk art. The artwork of well-known Armenian self-taught artists is on display in the Paintings and Applied and Decorative Arts sections.
Museum of Modern Art

Address: 7 Mashtots Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 535359, 535567, 539637
Fax: (+374 10) 539637
Working Days: Tuesday-Sunday
Working Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 10:00am – 3:00pm

Museum of Modern ArtMuseum of Modern Art was founded in 1972 due to efforts of art expert HenrickIgitian. The Museum’s collection (of about 2,300 exhibits) was stocked due to donations of Armenian, including Diaspora Armenian artists and Arts Funds, as well as acquisitions by the Ministry of Culture of Armenia. The works of M. Sarian, H. Kalents, M. Avetissian, G. Khandjian, H. Hakobian, the Elibekians, R. Khachatrian, R. Atoyan, A. Shiraz, A. Chagmakchian, L. Tokmadjian, J. Oragian, Jansem, Karzou and many others are on display. Throughout these years the Museum gave its visitors a unique opportunity to come to know modern Armenian fine arts from the 1960s to the present. Lectures on arts are given here to undergraduates and high school students. The Museum organizes exhibitions in many cities both in the CIS and other countries such as France, Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark, Hungary, Poland, and Portugal. A comprehensive album-catalogue and an exhibition are being prepared to mark the 30th anniversary of the Museum.



National Gallery of Armenia

Address: Republic Square, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 580812, 582161
Fax: (+374 10) 580812

National Gallery of ArmeniaThe Art Gallery of Armenia, opened in 1921, is one of the richest museums of the world. Its extensive collection of Armenian, Western European, Russian Art numbers over 19000 items. Hermitage (Saint Petersburg) and the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow) transferred valuable pictures to the newly founded museum in 1922.The Echmiadzin Monastery presented the Museum with a collection of Armenian art of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The collection of Lazarev family, who founded the Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages in Moscow, enriched the Museum with Armenian and Russian paintings. A special section of the museum is devoted to the art of Armenian artists living abroad. Their works, bearing the imprint of cultural traditions of the countries where they happen to live, are imbued with a nostalgic longing of the artists for their motherland.
The gallery contains Isaac Levitan’s landscapes, Mikhail Vrublev’s graphic works, VictorBorisov-Musatov’s portraits. The Gallery contains a first-class collection of Western European paintings. The collection occupies 8 rooms, opening with The Mystic Mariage of St. Catherine, a painting of the school of Lorenzo Di Bicci. A separate room is devoted to Italian Art. The Italian collection includes works of Leonardo Bassano, Giovanni Guercino, BenvenutoGarofalo, Bernardo Strozzi, Giovanni Tiepolo and works of other Italian masters. There is a fairy rich collection of the Dutch and Flemish schools. Canvases by Paul Rubens, Van Dyck, Jacob Jordaens, David Teniers, Peter Neefs and Jan Fyt are on the display. Peter Claesz and Jan Van Goen are also exhibited. Especially valuable are the canvases by French painters. Very emotive painterly atmosphere is created by the works of the artists belonging to the famous Barbizon School: Narcisse Diaz de la Pena, Theodore Rousseau, Eugene Boudin, AdolfeMonticelli and Vincent Van Gogh. The collection of Russian art is represented by works of such artists as Brulov, Repin, Suricov, Levitski, Tropinin, Borovitski, Serov and other masters. The section of Armenian art includes different branches of national art, graphics and sculpture. It has rich collections of works by Ayvazovski, Shahin, SarianYakulov, Gyourjian, Kodjoyan, Festadjian and many other prominent masters.


Sardarapat Memorial

Address: v. Araks,, Armavir
Phone: (+374 237) 69997
Working Days: Tuesday – Sunday
Working Hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm

sardarapatSardarapat Memorial is a memorial complex to the Battle of Sardarapat located in the village of Araks, in the Armavir Province of Armenia, 11 kilometers southwest of Armavir town. In 1968 during the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Sardarapat that took place on May 22–26, 1918 a memorial park was laid out on the spot of the battlefield.[2]

The entrance is flanked by huge winged oxen made of red tufa. A flight of steps leads to a square from which a 26-metre-high bell tower rises. The beautiful trellis structure with its twelve bells can be seen from afar. The bells ring every year on the day of the historic victory. The monument is guarded by massive ancient style Armenian-winged lions, and is flanked by a memorial garden for Karabakh (Arstakh) martyrs.

Sardarapat Memorial is a symbol of pride and survival, the Sardarapat Memorial marks the place of Armenia’s successful last-ditch effort to save the nation from obliteration at the hands of the Turks in the Battle of Sardarapat on May 22–26, 1918. Against tremendous odds, and during the haunting backdrop of genocide during the previous few years, Armenia’s makeshift army rebuffed the Turkish troops and safeguarded the small portion of historic Armenia, what became the current republic as it stands today. On the grounds of the historic battle one can today visit the Sardarapat Ethnography and Liberation Movement History Museum adjacent to the outdoor monument.


Sergey Parajanov House-Museum

Address: 15/16 Dzoragyugh Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 538473
Working Days: Every day
Working Hours: 10:30am-5:00pm

parajanov-museum-1The SergejParajanov Museum is a tribute to one of the greatest figures [or auteurs] of 20th-century world cinema.
Comprising some 1,400 exhibits, the museum’s collection includes installations, collages, assemblages, drawings, dolls, and hats. The museum also showcases unpublished screenplays, librettos, and various artworks which Parajanov created while in prison.
Parajanov’s visionary films, such as “The Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors,” “Sayat-Nova,” and “The Legend of Suram Fortress,” earned him international acclaim and led to lifelong persecution by the Soviet regime.

Parajanov was a genius with more than talent – his rare visual interpretation of culture encompassed everything he had seen or felt or endured. His work was universal, unlimited, original with no direct analogies in the art world. Parajanov, a contemporary and collaborator of Fellini, amazes the viewer with imagination, beauty, fantasy and artistry.

Guided tours are available in Armenian, Russian, English, French, and German.

State History Museum of Armenia

Address: Republic Square, Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 582761
Fax: (+374 10) 565322
Working Days: Tuesday-Sunday
Working Hours: 11:00am-6:0pm, Sunday- 11:00am-5:00pm

State History Museum of ArmeniaState History Museum of Armenia
was founded in 1919. In different periods of its history the Museum bore different names (Ethnographical-Anthropological, State Central and Cultural-Historical Museum). The collection of the Armenian Ethnographic Society of Tiflis (Georgia) formed a basis of the Museum. In 1922-1931 the collections of the Armenian Museum of Nor Nakhijevan, Moscow Lazarian Seminary (1922), Ani Archive (1926), State Museum of Echmiadzin (1929-1931) as well as YervandShahaz collection (1922) and finds from archeological excavations organized by the Committee for Preservation of Antiquities (1931), were transferred to the Museum. Materials collected in various institutions and organizations as well as purchases from individuals were also added to the collection. The Museum had Archeology, Ethnography, Historiography and Fine Arts sections. In 1922 the Revolution section was established which later branched off and became a separate museum. The role of prominent scholars and artists (such as E. Lalayan, E. Shahaziz, G. Hovsepian, V. Akhikian, S. Lisitsian, R. Drampian and some others) in the development of the Museum and in the procurement of its first collections was enormous. In 1935 the Literature section and the Arts section were given the status of independent units (now “YeghishehCharents” Museum of Literature and Arts, and National Gallery respectively). Research and managerial functions are supervised by the Scientific Board, which at different times was headed by such famous intellectuals as M. Sarian, H. Orbeli, K. Ghafadarian and M. Hasratian. The Museum collections became the main resource for starting up a number of museums (Museum of History of Yerevan, Armenian Ethnographic Museum, etc.). The archeological groups of the Museum conduct excavations on various sites and publish monographs and collections of research papers. Currently the Museum has about 400,000 exhibits, over 5,000 of which are on a permanent display.

Yerevan History Museum

Address: 1/1 Argishti Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 568185, 568109
Working Days: Monday-Saturday
Working Hours: 11:00am-5:30pm

Yerevan-History-MuseumYerevan history museum invites you to get acquainted with the history of our old and new Yerevan. The museum was founded in 1931. It is situated in the newly built complex of Yerevan municipality at the heart of the city. The complex has been dedicated to Yerevan and other former capitals of Armenia.
About 90.000 archeological, ethnographic and numismatic exhibits of the museum throw light on the history of the city beginning from ancient times up to date. Besides the main exposition, the museun organizes various temporary expositions.
Paying a visit to the Yerevan history museum one can gain access to the depths of antiquity, admire the market-places and streets of old Yerevan as well as get involved in the modern developments of the old


YervandKochar Museum

Address: 39/12 Mashtots Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 529326, 580612
E-mail: URL:
Working Days: Tuesday-Sunday
Working Hours: 11:00am-5:00pm, Sunday 11:00 -16:00

Yervand Kochar MuseumYervandKochar was one of the active reformers of modern art, an artist of bold revolutionary concepts. In his paintings, however, there is much that derives from the classical manner.The Kochar Museum was founded in 1984 on the basis of Master’s Studio.
The Museum of YervandKochar is an exceptional center of historical Avantgard in the region.
The creative work of the artist and sculpture YervandKochar /1899-1979/ is one of the most interesting phenomena in the XX century.The top and middle floors of this three-storey building exhibit paintings from 1898 – 1970, and the ground floor displays the artist’s drawings.During the 13 years spent in Paris, he took part in many international show-exhibitions significant for the century; among them 5 individual exhibitions, that deserved the highest estimation of the artists.But the artists heart was in his homeland. His friend YeghishehCharents, a well-known poet, once remarked: «In Armenia your stand will be as high as that of the Eiffel Tower in Paris». In 1936 Kochar returned to Yerevan. The air of the native land had an invigorating effect on him. The very spirit of his art changed.The art of Kochar has come to us through the years and we pay tribute to the magnitude of his talent.

Yerevan Tavern
Yerevan TavernGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
In the Chain restaurants Yerevan Tavern you can feel in ancient Armenia, listen to  traditional Armenian instrument duduk, tar, zourna and dhol, as well as participate in traditional Armenian dances. The cooks prepare traditionalArmeniandishes.Artbridge Bookstore Cafe
Good for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
This is a comfortable, bohemian cafe behind a bookstore that sells concert and theater tickets. The food is reasonably priced, the decor is very European and there are even non-smoking tables. FoodWise, you can not go wrong with the excellent French toast, but the sandwiches and pastas we tried were mediocre for the price.

The Club
The ClubGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, After-hours, Dessert
One of the most elegant places in Yerevan, the club merged Western Armenian cuisine and French dining experience in a fresh and tasty. It includes a main dining room, a second room only drinks with cushions and low tables, and cafe hidden in the back where you can enjoy one of the best pizzas in town. Live music is occasionally on offer and there is a separate section for books and crafts. Wi-Fi is available.





Ararat Hall
ararathallGood for: Brunch, Reservations, Buffet
One of the most elegant places in Yerevan, it fuses traditional Armenian and South Caucasus cuisine in a fresh and tasty dining experience. Live music is occasionally on offer.







Ayas-CiliciaGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
Ayas is a place where you can feel in ancient Armenia, music of traditional Armenian instruments tar and kyamancha. Cooks prepare tasty Armeniandishes.




Charents 28

Charents 28Located in downtown Yerevan, Charents str.28 is a fully restored old house turned into restaurant. In an ambiance of incredible warth and casual elegance, the restaurant serves a variety of dishes from Mediterranean, Indian, Western Armenian, to continental cuisines.
Our Village
A realistic picture of Armenian village and a perfect place to get together for a good time. Sophisticated Armenian menu: the beans with eggs, the mushroom salad, and the cheese platter, on the appetizer menu. This underground Armenian restaurant is an authentically decorated hole in the wall, with a few tables and a couple of separate private areas for small parties of five to eight. Armenian live music daily.
Tavern Caucasus
Good for: Reservations, End of the Night
Caucasus Tavern is the restaurant in Yerevan serving authentic regional cuisine in the South Caucasus, Armenian music and a real live instruments such as kamancha, duduk, t’mbuk and an oud. The service is very courteous and friendly.

DolmamaGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations
In Dolmama lovingly prepared simple meals, full of flowers of Armenia, based on fresh seasonal productsare available. Special point of the menu is “Dolmama” – dish prepared from grapes stuffed with meat, the word “Dolmama” is a combination of two words, “Dolma” and “Mama”, which means mother dolma. Trout Lake Sevan is served here as well … A list of dishes rewarding Armenian and the Mediterranean and the amount of wine are offered.


AnkyunGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
With probably the best Italian food in town, this place serves great pasta and starters. Try the carpaccio with olive oil or vegetarian tomato and mozzarella platter. The steaks are probably the best in town. The atmosphere is quiet and candlelight, unusual for an Armenian restaurant.



Ararat Restaurant
AraratGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
Ararat is a place where you can feel in ancient Armenia, music traditional Armenian instruments tar and kyamancha. Cooks prepare tastyArmenian dishes.








Central Cafe
Central CafeGood for: Brunch, Reservations, Buffet
With its wood paneling, high ceilings, mirrors and art deco look in this coffee it feels like a return to the 1920s. The menu offers a wide range of coffees, cakes, salads and light meals.
Cuisines: American, Armenian, Bakery, Winery, Tea Room, Grill, Russian, Middle Eastern, Barbecue, Bistro, Café, Central Europe, Cafe, Diner, Family Fare, Greek, European, Mediterranean, Italian


belliniGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
Bellini coffee bar and restaurant offers beautiful music, beautiful design and a peaceful atmosphere. Ideal for cozy, intimate dinner. Dishes from Armenian, Georgian and European cuisine are served.



Marco Polo
Marco PoloGood for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
A popular meeting place, a great coffee bar is modern. He has a long list of coffee snacks (salads, sandwiches, cakes), pizza quite tasty, and entrees such as grilled lamb salad with AMD3000. The coffee is good, and you can sit inside on a rainy or cold day.



Square One
Square-OneGood for: Brunch, Lunch Spot, Dinner, After-hours, Dessert
The relaxed, friendly atmosphere and staff expect English are attractive, as is the lounge of the non-smoking floor. The menu features American-oriented sandwiches, pizzas, pastas, salads, burgers and tasty breakfasts (served daily).




Sayat Nova
sayat-novaType: Cafe, restaurant, nightclub.
A colorful institution that combines a bar, a cafe on the roof, a restaurant and a nightclub. The restaurant on the ground floor Amazon has a tropical theme Maya directly from Las Vegas, as well as steaks, pizzas and sandwiches. The coffee helped introduce hookah pipe in Yerevan.




Samurai Sushi Bar
SamuraiGood for: Average sushi bar with high Prices
Atmospheric Japanese restaurant with open seats or tables embedded in the small alcoves. Sushi starts from AMD1000 for the two pieces together the way up to AMD15, 000 for a plate attached. Shahan (fried rice) dishes of ramen, tempura and teriyaki are also available.


Good for: Brunch, Dinner, Reservations, Desserts
Amrots is a great restaurant for a delicious traditional cuisine. Nestled in the shadow of Ararat mountain, restaurant Amrots blends original family recipes and a warm atmosphere. Live music all day. For visitors who wish to witness the preparation of khorovats, head show how the Armenian BBQ is being prepared.

Hrazdan Stadium

Address: 4/1 Hrazdan Gorge, Yerevan 0082

Phone:(010) 585191

Hrazdan-stadium-yerevan-armeniaHrazdan Stadiumis a multi-use, all-seater stadium in Yerevan, Armenia, opened in 1970. Being the largest sports venue in Armenia, Hrazdan is mostly used for football matches. It is the home stadium of the Armenian national team. The stadium is able to host 54,208 spectators after the most recent reconstruction in 2008, which converted the stadium into an all-seater one. Before the reconstruction, “Hrazdan” was able to hold up to 70,000 spectators. It was among the top four stadiums of the Soviet Union by its capacity. The stadium hosted the Armenian Cup finals during many occasions as well as the opening ceremony of the Pan-Armenian Games in 2003. The USSR national team played two games against Finland and Greece in Hrazdan in 1978.


VazgenSargsyan Republican Stadium

Address: 65 Vardanants St, Yerevan 0070

Phone:(010) 555351

RepublicanStadiumVazgenSargsyan Republican also known as the Republican Stadium (Armenian: Հանրապետականմարզադաշտ; Hanrapetakan Stadium) is an all-seater multi-use stadium located on 65 Vardanants street, in the Armenian capital Yerevan. The stadium was built between 1933 and 1935. It was officially opened in 1935 as Dinamo Stadium. Further developments were implemented in 1953, after the end of World War II. It is mainly used for association football and is the home ground of the Armenia national football team. The capacity of the stadium is 14,403 seats. Another major renovation was carried on in 2008 through the Israeli company Green Diversified Ltd. The playing pitch was entirely replaced with a modern surface, the VIP sections were repaired and a modern security system was installed in the stadium to meet the UEFA standards. By the end of August 2008, the stadium was ready to host matches on the new pitch. As a result of the installment of new VIP sections, the seating capacity was reduced from 14,968 to 14,403.

Sundukian National Academic Theatre

Address: 6 G. Lusavorich Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 527670, 521852, 589622


Founded in 1922, the Sundukian National Academic Theatre is the oldest modern theatre in Armenia. The statues of G. Sundukian, the founder of the Armenian school of realistic drama and his literary character Pepo greet patrons as they enter the theatre.
Legendary actors and actresses such as V. Ajemian, V. Potpomogov, V. Papazian, H. Ghaplanian, H. Nersisian, Hasmik, A. Avetisian, and A.Voskanian have all graced the stage with their presence. Today, the theatre performs national as well as foreign works, such as: Sundoukian’s “The testament”, Mouratsan’s “Rouzan”, Shant’s “Ancient gods”, Sargissian’s “The unnecessary man”, Zeytountsian’s “All rise! Court’s in session!”, Nikolai’s “Return to Sorrento”, Camus’s “Caligula”, Chekhov’s “The cherry garden”, Williams’s “Streetcar named Desire”, O’Neil’s “Love under the elms”, Haroutiounian’s “Mr. Shmo and others”, Khodikian’s “A woman After the rain”, Sharoyan’s “Our share of joy”.


Ghaplanyan Drama Theatre

Address: 28 Issahakian Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 524723, 524733

H. Ghaplanyan Drama TheatreThe Ghaplanyan Drama Theatre opened its doors in 1967. The diverse repertoire includes both the works of classical and modern authors, such as Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, Siva’s “The endless Return”, Zeytuntsian’s “Jesus From Nazareth and his second disciple”, Gorin’s “To forget Herostrates”, Startiev’s “The Bus”, Adalian’s “The woman and the man”, Paronian’s “Comedy”, Molier’s “Doctor Perforce”, Knanjian’s “Hi, geeks!”, Saroyan’s “My heart is in the highlands”, and Nikolay’s “To kill for love”.



Paronyan State Theatre of Musical Comedy

Address: 7 V. Sargissian Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 580101, 580075

H. Paronyan State Theatre of Musical ComedyThe Paronyan State Theatre of Musical Comedy was established in 1941. Outstanding actors such as Grigoryan, Khachvankyan, Sarian, Danzas, Hamajian, Karagyozian and many others have showcased their talents on the stages of this theatre. Both Armenian as well as European writers comprise the repertoire of this central theatre. They includes: Ananian’s “Here I am” and “Lord, don’t leave us lord-less”, Papazyan’s “Parisian bridegroom”, Aghasarian’s “A crazy day”, Freidau’s “Doubts in a woman’s heart”, Kancheli’s “Khanuma’s tricks”, Aristophanes’s “Lysistrata”, Marivaux’s “The game of love and chance”, Phigeredo’s“Aesop”, Patrick’s “Strange Miss Savage”, Sundukian’s “Khatabala”, Paronian’s “The oriental dentists”, Kotoyan’s “My mother-in-law”, de Philipo’s “PhilumenaMarturano”, and de Vega’s “The gardener’s dog”.


Tumanyan State Puppet Theatre

Address: 4 Sayat-Nova Ave., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 563244, 563243

H. Tumanyan State Puppet TheatreThe Tumanyan State Puppet Theatre was founded in 1935. The current repertoire of the theatre includes performances for both children and adults. The repertoire consists of: Tumanian’s “The dog and the cat”, “Hunter the fibber”, and “The invisible cock”, the Grimm Brothers’ “Musicians against their will”, Aghayan’s “Anahit”, Volkov’s “Under the star of Bethlehem”, Martirossian’s “New adventures of the wolf and the kids”, Manarian’s “The dwarf’s song” and “The three piglets”, Gorky’s “The sparrow”, Mouradian’s “The tailless fox”, Pushkin’s “The golden fish”, and Andersen’s “Little Ida’s flowers”.


Hamazgayin Theatre

Address: 26 Amiryan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 539415, 532861

Hamazgayin TheatreThe Hamazgayin Theatre was founded in 1991, with a repertoire for both children and adults as well as performances in different genres. The troupe of the theatre includes a lively mix of famous as well as up-and-coming artists, and has taken part in many International Festivals. Their repertoire includes two performances for adults and three for children.


Stanislavski State Russian Drama Theatre

Address: 7 Abovyan Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 569199, 583681, 583962

K. Stanislavski State Russian Drama TheatreThe Stanislavski State Russian Drama Theatre was established in 1937. The first actors of the theatre were invited from Moscow, Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), Tbilisi, and Baku. In short order, Armenian graduates from the Yerevan Theatre Institute supplemented the first troupe. Presently the theatre includes Russian classical and modern works, plays by Armenian and foreign authors, and performances for children.



Yerevan State Theatre of the Young Spectator

Address: 3 Moskovian Str., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 563040, 565061, 563127, 563514

Yerevan State Theatre of the Young SpectatorYerevan State Theatre of the Young Spectator raised its curtains in 1929. Currently, the theatre presents productions of various Armenian authors and international classics such as Shakespeare, Schiller, Goldony, Molier, Ostrovsky, Saltikov-Shedrin, and Sophocles.




Yerevan Opera Theatre

Address: 54 Tumanyan St., Yerevan
Phone: (+374 10) 586311, 520241, 527992
Fax: (+374 10) 520241

Yerevan_Opera_HouseArmenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet after Alexander Spendiaryan(Armenian: Ալեքսանդր Սպենդիարյանի անվան օպերայի և բալետի ազգային ակադեմիական թատրոն Aleksandr Spendiaryani anvan operayi yev baleti azgayin akademiakan t’atron)) in Yerevan was officially opened on 20 January 1933, with Alexander Spendiaryan’sAlmast 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.Since 1935 a unique Armenian opera, Anoush by Armen Tigranian, has been performed in Yerevan opera theatre. It was a great step in Armenian opera history. Anoush is in the repertoire of the theatre until now.Since it was opened, the Armenian National Opera & Ballet Theatre has performed more than 200 different operas and ballets by Armenian, Russian and Western European composers. The theatre company has performed in more than 20 countries, e.g. in Russia, Spain, Lebanon, USA, Greece, Germany. In 1956, the theatre received the status of National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre.The theatre has also hosted concerts performed by Charles Aznavour, Ian Anderson, John McLaughlin, Akvarium and many others.

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