Europe Hotel Yerevan

32-38 Hanrapetutyan Street, Yerevan 375010 , Armenia
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Forum Posts

finding appartment

by fmohammadi

how can i find a low price and proper one bed room appartment in armenia(yerevan)

Re: finding appartment

by fastkoala

on sarian street (the kebab street! which are lots of small restaurant) you can find some of these restaurants having rooms. then u can ask them to find u a long time appartment.
they're very kindly.

RE: finding appartment

by DreamWaver

FYI: a typical appartment with one room, WC and kitchen, in normal condition, will cost around $150-300 per month at the central part of the city. The same, but outside the central part, around 80-200, depending on conditions and location.
Anyway, if you are new to Yerevan, I recommend the central part, of course, since it will be harder to live elsewhere.

There is a newspaper called GIND which is published every Friday, which has lots of appartment rent and sell advertisements, but information there is in Armenian.

Re: finding appartment

by ktyler4972

I have just returned from 15 days in Yerevan, I rented an apartment through this service:
I have no complants with this company, they took good care of me during my stay.

Travel Tips for Yerevan

Change Money

by MalenaN

Don't change more money at the airport in Yerevan. The rate is very bad. The signs are in Armenian and Russian and no one spoke English when I was there. The sign said 550 and beside it stood 55. It turned out that the 55 was some commission for every dollar you changed. In Yerevan you get between 580 - 586 drams for a dollar (June 2003).

The rates above was in 2003. When I left Yerevan in August 2006 the lowest rates in town was 493 drams for a dollar.

Pack light

by flynboxes

Since I used to be a baggage handler I will not check a bag if I can avoid it. Hotels or hostels can handle laundry and you get thru Customs quicker with a backpack You'll need some good walking shoes. I brought a pair of jeans...forget them. Yerevan is high and dry. When I was there in April/May it was 80F during day. Don't sweat it if you forget it as you can probably find it in Yerevan. Just don't forget your perscriptions if you have them. Bring a hat and dumb ass forgot to.....

Museum at Erebuni

by MalenaN

Before you walk up the hill to see the ruins of Erebuni fortress you should see the museum with items found at the excavations on the site. Among other things there are cuneiform tablets, Urartian seals, pottery, bronze artefacts and jewellery. The museum building is just up some stairs (in an old Soviet style building) and that’s where you buy the ticket. Entrance fee is 1000 drams (June 2006).
I visited Erebuni a hot summer day and with little shadow on top of the hill it is a good idea to bring lots of water and a hat. Next to the museum there is a café with some tables in the shade, and there it was nice to sit down after the visit on the top to sip on a coke (250 drams) and listen to the Armenian and Russian music played, before looking for the bus back to central Yerevan.

Plenty of good restaurants...

by Petra_Khalil

Plenty of good restaurants everywhere in the city. However, if you really want to enjoy Armenian food & hospitality, the best thing is to be invited home by an Armenian family. You will find yourselve caught in a tiny room with plenty of people and a table so full, you couldn't even put your fork back once you took it in your hand. You'll have to eat like you never ate before. Don't dare to refuse anything! Everything is simply delicious.
For beverage, try the Armenian cognac and the Armenian Koffee.

How about tasting the best cognac?

by Narunj

I'm not a lover of alcohol drinks, but Armenia's world famous aged cognac/brandy is what I really love. The production of Armenian brandy can be traced to 1887, when an upper guild merchant named Nerses Tairyants built the country’s first combined winery and distillery on the site of the former fortress of Yerevan. In 1920 it was nationalized. In 1953 the factory was moved to an enormous new facility that was the pride of Armenia and renamed Yerevan Brandy Company. This impressive facility continues to produce Armenia’s most famous brandies – ARARAT.

The tour includes excursion to brandy ageing barrel site and museum, and brandy tasting.
Ticket price: AMD 3,500 ($10)


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