Our Soviet Yerevan Walking Tour is a paid private tour. It covers areas in the center of the city and gives you detailed info about Soviet Armenia history, art, architecture, scientific and cultural life. It shows you the visible and the hidden Soviet stuff and tells you their interesting stories. Some of the highlights of the tour: Republic Square with some of the Soviet details still remaining, a post office, Soviet statues and monuments, the Children’s Park, typical Soviet Armenian buildings and backyards, Soviet Modernist architecture and a metro ride to the train station and back to the center…
We finish the tour by the Cascade Complex and give you a free copy of Backpackers’ Map of Yerevan and directions up to the Victory Park and Mother Armenia Statue.
What time do we meet?
Any day, but by reservation only and has to be confirmed on the morning of the tour.
By the entrance to the History Museum on Republic Square. Not by the pond, not by the fountains. Please note that the address of the museum is 4 Republic Square, but Google Maps doesn’t configure it yet. So, follow the drop pin on the map here. You can check the photo of the Main Tour page for the exact meeting point.
How do we find the guide?
Look for the guide with Yerevan Free Walking Tour (orange logo) badge. We don’t use umbrellas or flags.
For the time being the tour is available only in English.
How long does it take?
Around 2 hours.
How many kilometers does it run?
Around 3km walking and another 4km by the metro.
Is it an easy walk?
Yes. It includes a metro ride too.
Do we do the tours if it rains or snows?
How much is it?
15 000 AMD for 1-3 people, and 2000 AMD for each additional person.
How do I book?
In order to secure your participation in our tours, please reserve at least a day before by going to the Contact page and we’ll get back to you to reconfirm.