If vintage souvenir shopping is more your thing, visit Vernissage, a bustling outdoor flea market.
A worn inscription may be found along the landings of the second and third steps.
Avan is located on the hills north of the Nor Nork district and east of Kanaker.
Avan is home to the oldest preserved church in Yerevan; the Katoghike Tsiranavor Church dating back to the late 6th century.
It was built by the pro-Byzantine unrecognized Armenian Catholicos John of Bagavan to become his seat.
Central Yerevan can be explored on foot or you can make use of the subway, bus and trolleybus systems.
Paris Hotel Yerevan is conveniently situated in the city centre and is only five minutes from Republic Square.
This memorial site honours the lives lost in the Armenian Genocide.
See the eternal flame in the centre of the memorial, before heading to the museum for a better understanding of the atrocities that took place here.
The district has an altitude ranging between 12 meters, which is almost 250 meters higher than the centre of Yerevan.
The district is unofficially divided into smaller neighborhoods such as Avan blocks, Avan-Arinj and Aghi Hank.
With an estimated population of 51,000, Avan forms the northern gate of Yerevan.