An Armenian in Lisbon
"Undirected strolls on historic black and white cobblestone resulted in pristine mobile seats to the free, lively theatre of everyday city life. Chestnuts were roasted by heavy-set tobacco enthusiasts. Plates of sardines drizzled in oil twirled and then lowered onto checkered tablecloths. Buildings donning tiles of the brightest hues led us down ...
Yerevan on National Geographic’s 2020 Travel Cool List
The Cascade Complex in Yerevan
The National Geographic has put Armenia’s capital Yerevan on its 2020 Cool List of destinations worth travelling to.
It notes that new routes are opening up to the Armenian capital, one of the world’s oldest continually inhabited cities.
“In recent years, radical adventure tour company The ...
Travel blogger David Hoffmann Shares Impressions From Artsakh Visit
Blogger David Hoffman and his tour companion Lusine taste Artsakh’s signature bread, Jingalov Hats
(Armradio)- Travel blogger David Hoffmann has shared impressions from his recent visit to Armenia and Artsakh.
The blogger begins the day in Yenokavan, Armenia and drives four hours south to Nagorno-Karabakh.
“While it’s not recognized by ...