When you visit Yerevan, you’ll be hosted by a TripLeader who will travel with the group throughout your stay. Unlike some remote work companies, he will never leave you hanging. You’ll have support from our on-the-ground team in Yerevan. If you need help booking a tour, finding the best local activities, or getting questions answered, the team is your go-to resource! Why Choose Yerevan For Your Remote Work and Travel? Explore The Old And The New A combination of both worlds from old churches, historical and cultural monuments, museums, and galleries, mixed with modern sights and recreational places that bustle with trendy bars and cafés frequented by well-heeled locals. Admire The Inside-Out Art Center, Cascade An inside-out art center housed in a vast flight of limestone steps known as the Cascade, where contemporary art compliments nature and architecture, inviting you to embrace the sweeping views of the city with Mount Ararat in the background. Enjoy your time at the base decorated with gardens, fountains, and cafés, making it a remarkable meeting point for locals and expats. Visit the Dancing Fountains In the heart of Yerevan and the Republic Square, next to the History Museum and Art Gallery, the famous singing and dancing fountain is one of the main attractions of Yerevan, gluing locals and tourists to its colorful performance under a range of the world’s classical masterpieces, national music, rock and pop motifs of the 20th and 21st centuries. Taste The Most Ancient Cuisine In The South Caucasus Armenian food is rich and filling, with hints of blended spices that never overwhelm. The dishes here are diverse and delicious, thanks to the use of spices, herbs, and wildflowers. The cuisine options are limitless, from Caucasian, Middle-Eastern, and European, to American and Asian.