Area Attractions

Explore the local area and city landmarks a step away from our Hyatt Place Yerevan hotel. Enjoy the real Armenian hospitality and create your own unforgettable memories in the city of pink stones, heart melting Jazz and great wine.

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Yerevan, Armenia, 0010



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Republic Square

The main and central square of Yerevan. The square was designed by the architect Alexander Tamanyan in 1924. An oval square with a stone pattern in the center, reminiscent of an Armenian carpet. The buildings that make up the square are built of Armenian tuff, and some of them are made of pink tuff, which is used in the architectural structures of the city and thus gives the city a pink color. Republic Square is known for the fact that the main attraction is the singing fountains, which delight tourists and residents of the capital every evening. This is the place where you will be amazed by the architecture, heart and soul of Yerevan.

Cascade Complex

The Cascade complex is located in the very heart of the city. Cascade is an open-air museum. While walking in the morning or in the evening you can enjoy the creations of such famous artists as Fernando Botero, Lynn Chawick, Barry Flanagan, Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova. This place is very popular among young people and modern art lovers. Young people gather to have a glass of wine in one of the cozy cafes or restaurants, and for lovers of contemporary art, in the very building of Cascade, the Cafesjian Center for the Arts is located, where works of contemporary artists are presented. A fantastic view of Yerevan opens from the peak of Cascade, and you also can admire the view of Mount Ararat. The Cascade is always cozy and beautiful at any time of the year.

National Gallery of Armenia

The main museum of fine arts of Armenia. The gallery was founded in 1921 and is a part of the Museum complex on Republic Square in the city of Yerevan. The museum presents the most complete collection of paintings by Aivazovsky, other Russian collection features Kandinsky, Serov, Chagall and art lovers will enjoy the European collection as well.

Armenian Opera and Ballet National Academic Theatre

1,5 km
The Alexander Spendiarian Armenian Opera and Ballet National Academic Theatre in Yerevan was officially opened on 20 January 1933. The building was designed by the Armenian architect Alexander Tamanian. The building consists of two concert halls: Aram Khatchaturian concert hall and the hall of the Alexander Spendiarian Opera and Ballet National Theatre.

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Lake Sevan

63,2 km
Lake Sevan is the largest body of water in both Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high-altitude (alpine) lakes in Eurasia. Sevan has significant cultural value. Its sole major island is home to a medieval monastery, Sevanavank. Due to easier accessibility, good highway and railway connections with Yerevan, and its picturesque location), Sevanavank is one of the most visited tourism sights in Armenia.

Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin

20,9 KM
Etchmiadzin Cathedral is the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The original church was built in the early fourth century—between 301 and 303 by Armenia's patron saint Gregory the Illuminator. It was built over a pagan temple, symbolizing the conversion from paganism to Christianity. From its foundation until the second half of the fifth century, Etchmiadzin was the seat of the Catholicos, the supreme head of the Armenian Church. The museum of the cathedral has numerous items on display, including manuscripts and religious objects

Geghard Monastery

37,8 km
Geghard is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia. Geghard Monastery, or Geghardavank, which translates as “the monastery of the spear”. The unique monastery complex of the Armenian Apostolic Church is located near Yerevan. The structure is surrounded on all sides by the cliffs of the gorge of a mountain river. The monastery is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with enhanced protection status.

Temple of Garni

28,7 KM
The Temple of Garni is located in the village of Garni in Kotayk Province, Armenia, and it was once a pagan temple dedicated to the Armenian sun god Mihr. Built in the middle of the 1st century CE, the Temple of Garni remarkably survived the destruction of pagan temples following Armenia's conversion to Christianity in the 4th century CE, and countless invasions and earthquakes until its collapse in 1679 CE. The Temple of Garni is the sole surviving pagan temple in Armenia and the only classical structure still standing in the country. The equilibrium of elegant proportionality lends the Temple of Garni a concurrent impression of power and harmony.


Yerevan Mall

Yerevan Mall is the place that turns your shopping experience into a feast! Thousands of people visit Yerevan mall every day to refresh their house, wardrobe, create memories and simply chill! Experience unique and diverse dining at cafes and food courts, and enjoy your leisure by watching the newest films with a mesmerizing sound and video quality of KinoPark 4K Movie Theater, or have some active fun at Captain Kid’s Treasure Island, one of the best indoor entertainment centers ​in Armenia!

Northern Avenue

Northern Avenue is a pedestrian avenue in Yerevan, Armenia, opened in 2007. Located in downtown Yerevan, the avenue is mainly home to luxurious residential buildings, high-end branded shops, commercial offices, coffee shops, hotels, restaurants, and nightclubs. The Northern Avenue is home to a number of fashion brands. Many restaurants and coffee-shops are also operating on the avenue.

Yerevan Vernissage

Yerevan Vernissage is a large open-air market in Yerevan. The market mainly features a collection of different types of traditional Armenian art works. In addition to carved wood and art works, traditional carpets, old collections of coins and medallions, books, jewelry, musical instruments, electronics and even pets are found in the market.