The capital of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan is home to 19th century Russian Architecture and heritage, enveloped amidst boulevards, parklands and brick squares. A massive reconstruction programme under architect Alexander Tamanyan, the city has been rendered a new with neo classical ensemble along with wide avenues that imitate those of Paris, Vienna and St. Petersburg.In the central Yerevan, one can locate the true masterpieces of soviet architecture brimming with Modern and Post- Modern marvels.Called as Pink City under the soviet Regime, the city is embellished and covered with Pink Stone, adding to her charm. A continental temperature adds up to its beauty as the city is most of the times warm but not humid, a perfect location for a long holiday. The visitors would like to immerse themselves in the city’s long, late nights at the cafes, vibrant and energetic.With an infinite dining and entertainment options in the centre, Yerevan has become one of the most visited tourist destinations today. A typical travel itinerary would include a visit to its hotspots such as Garni Temple and Geghard Monastery,Echmiadzin Mother Cathedral and museums, Ashtarak churches, Hovhannavank and Saghmosavank, Khor Virap Monastery and exploring Khosrov Reserve via Garni. The Erebuni Fortress represents its past, buried under the layers of present. Yerevan has a wide range of accommodation options however; for the most part they are overpriced. Most of the hotels in the city are luxurious and quite costly to stay in. Royal Tulip Grand Hotel, Republica Hotel Yerevan, Hyatt Place, Paris Hotel, Hotel National, Golden Palace are some of the hotels n the idyllic landscape which you can consider for a luxury stay.