Amiryan Agate Apartment
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One bedroom apartment in the center of Yerevan
This 1-bedroom apartment for rent is located on Amiryan Street, which links Mashtots Avenue with Republic Square.The apartment is on the second floor and there is no elevator in the building. The apartment is designed for 2 people, but can accommodate up to 4 people. There is one spacious living room, a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom. The rooms are well-lit. There is a sofa with armchairs in the living room, a wardrobe and a double bed in the bedroom.
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The location of this Yerevan apartment for rent is great. The shops and cafés, the city’s main points of interest and public transportation are within easy reach from this apartment:
- Star supermarket is within a 5-minute walk from the apartment. This supermarket provides many kinds of foods and a high quality customer service. Besides the products of everyday use, here I can find seasonal products and products for specific occasions. The customers of this supermarket are able to return the product, in case they don't like the quality. The customers are provided with discount cards and have the chance to buy 10% discounted salads after midnight every day.
- There are several clothing shops on this street. I like Next very much. Clothes for men, women and kids are offered in this store. Though the prices are a bit high, I am able to buy good quality and trendy clothing from this store.
- Segafredo is a nice café located on Amiryan Street. I usually come to this café to have a cup of real Espresso with a piece of good chocolate. Light Italian dishes and desserts are offered here as well.
- Pak Shuka (Indoor Market) is the largest market in Yerevan. It is located on Mashtots Avenue, right across from the Blue Mosque. The market is within a 15-minute walk from this apartment. Fresh meat and preserves are sold here. Farmers in this market are very friendly. Once you get in, the farmers welcome you and offer to taste different kinds of dry fruits and Armenian sweets. I usually can’t help staying indifferent to Armenian “sujukh” (nuts dipped in fruit syrup) and would recommend you to taste it as well. Pak Shuka is an interesting place to start exploring Armenian cuisine.
The bus stop is just seconds from the apartment. There are many buses and minibuses (marshrutkas), which are rather cheap and run till midnight.
Although most points of interest in Yerevan are within a walking distance of the apartment, occasionally I would need to make use of public transportation to get to a certain point of interest out of downtown. Below you can find a few points of interest where you can get by Yerevan’s public transportation or by taxi:
- Siraharneri Aygi (Lovers’ Park) : to get to this nice park, I would take minibus # 76
- Hamalir (Sports and Music Concert Hall): to get to Hamalir I would take minibus # 74
- St. Sarkis Church: I would go to St. Sarkis Church by minibus # 67
- Proshian Street : I would go to this street to try Armenian barbeque by taxi
- Matenadaran (The Museum of Ancient Manuscripts): I would take minibus # 72 to go to Matenadaran
Children under 6 are free of chargeNo
Small pets allowedNo
|5||Все очень понравилось,спасибо огромное, за оказание профессиональной помощи в снятии квартиры.Команда Ginosi подобрала наиболее подходящий вариант квартиры.Надеюсь еще не раз воспользуюсь вашими услугами.|
|Отдельное спасибо Вазгену Минасяну,очень хорошему отзывчивому человеку.|