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Armenia: Tourist guide

nazarian links to the latest edition of the free online tourist guide to Yerevan – a 150-page PDF including all the information one might need on how to spend a hot summer day in the Armenian capital.

3 comments

  • Linking to commercially produced tourism guides makes Global Voices? Must have been a slow day, I guess.

  • BTW: It’s a great Guide and well worth the download, but I just don’t think it was really related to blogging, but anyway.

  • Alfred Benjamin

    Yerevan airport, was the first posative impression we had towards Armenia. Very well designed, modern and fast in all kinds of transactions. We have been very surprised with such high quality services. We have also made prior bookings in a hotel in Yerevan to accomodate.

    Armenia is a safe and nutral country, we loved to hang out all the time till late midnight in the city, it was great opportunity to visit the opera, the theater, and a ballet show and few museums. We had planned a trip to different places around Armenia, such as Garni, Gegard, Sevan and Dilijan also the a church in a vally called Khor Virap. The historical sight seeings where impressive and we have been touched with the history and culture of Armenians.
    In Dilijan city, upon arrival we decided to overnight, the atmosphere was very peasful to rest and injoy the nature. We took advantage from a small guest house available named Dili Villa B&B, unfortunatly we made this mistake which led to a bigger problems. After lunch started vomiting badly, couldnt rest or fall into sleep. The owner didnt care only for his pocket, never excepted his mistake and ignored. We are surprised with such a behaivor from an Armenian family!!! I would like to warn every and each tourist to stay away from them and their services available at http://www.dilitours.de

    Finnaly, after the poisening story!! We have been back to Yerevan city next day. Our trip was just into its end.. after two days we had to leave Armenia with the best impressive memories in our entire lives.

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