National Geographic | Armenia is known for khorovats, meat grilled on a skewer, and the place to get the best khorovats in Yerevan is Proshyan Street (which becomes Paronyan Street). Barbecue Street, as it’s known, is lined with khorovats restaurants (try Urartu) and roadside grills.
The Guardian | Yerevan is one of the easiest places in the world to meet people and make connections. It’s a small town in many ways, and Armenians are extremely hospitable by nature, so the degrees of separation are more like two instead of six. It often takes a just few minutes at a bar for strangers to become friends and the endless drinking toasts to commence.
Wanderlust Movement | Full day trips guide for visiting the most famous destinations of Armenia. Get all the information you will need to travel from Yerevan to different sites. Try to feel Armenia as it is. Travel alone or with friends and family, communicate with locals, walk, take pictures, breath the air, enjoy your life. Find more following the link.
Sunrise Odyssey | Armenia being one of the oldest countries in the world was also the first country to adopt Christianity as its state religion back in 301 AD (that’s more than 1,700 years ago!). Its millennium old monasteries can usually be found situated on highlands amongst picturesque landscapes where they are less vulnerable to attacks. Armenia, also known as the “land of churches”, has around 4,000 monasteries and churches. Here’s our curated list in random order for the 10 most beautiful churches in Armenia that you must visit at least once in your life!
The Culture Trip | As the capital city of culturally-rich and historic Armenia, it is no wonder that boredom is virtually impossible for visitors of Yerevan. There is simply so much to do in what is a geographically compact space, and it can be quite hectic planning out the days of your visit. To help with your planning, we put together a variety of the 10 most amazing things that you must see and do when in Yerevan, ranging from historic to cultural to culinary interest.