Forbes published a story about Yerevan, presenting it as a treasure for those who like travel for food and wine.
“Yerevan, Armenia, is generally a safe, friendly and vibrant city with attractive architecture and rich history. Nicknamed the ‘pink city’ because of the color of volcanic tufa rock from which many buildings are constructed, this is a city where strolling allows you to see plenty,” the source noted.
Author Tom Mullen advises visiting places where you can take a walk, have a tasty food and wine…Here is the Cascade with its originality, a museum and various exhibitions, Opera Square, and singing fountains on Republic Square.
The author recommends restaurants, introduces local wine brands and producers. He advises visiting Saryan Street, where wine places are lined up one by one and the famous wine days are spent annually.
Photo: Getty, Forbes
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