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There is only one line of metro in Yerevan but is more than enough. It's not so crowded like in others capital city. People are nice. A lot of time I see when boys give her sits to old lady. This was really nice. It...More
Though Yerevan metro is quite limited (and for what I saw hardly ever used by tourists) the Republic Square station is central and worth seeing as it is a great example of a Soviet public space – grand, very ‘architectural’ with an open courtyard, a...More
It is quick and very cheap (buy 100 dram tokes at the entrance), but it covers just a bit of the city. We could not use it from our hotel and at to deal wit buses. But very clean, safe and efficient. hope they can...More
The metro is very quick and cheap. To buy a ride hold up your fingers at the ticket counter for the number of plastic tokens you want. One token per journey. We were staying near David of Sasun station which has a Soviet style exterior...More