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Yerevan's train station can be reached by foot in about the same amount of time as it takes to go to Zvartnots International Airport.

Due to the absence of a train service within the complex, transportation to and from the Yerevan airport is conducted exclusively by automobile.

As a result, taking a taxi will be the most time- and cost-effective alternative for you to reach your destination, be it the Yerevan Metro or the Yerevan Railway Station.

Before the tip, a one-way taxi ticket should cost less than ten euros (4100 AMD).

Yerevan Metro

The Yerevan Metro consists of a single line that has ten stops. This route connects the Northern and Southern districts of Yerevan. The majority of the attractions may be found in the vicinity of the stations Yeritasardakan and Republic Square.

In addition to the train station, Central Railway Station features a metro stop. 1981 saw the beginning of service on the Yerevan Metro.

Its stations, like most former Soviet rapid transit systems, are located deep below (twenty to seventy meters) and are adorned with national motifs. The line extends for a total distance of 13.4 kilometers.

Operating hours

  • The first metro train of the day departs from Yerevan at 6.30 a.m., while the last one leaves at 11 p.m.
  • Every ten minutes between 6:30 and 8:00 in the morning.
  • At 8 a.m., 8 p.m., and every 5 minutes in between.
  • Between the hours of 8 and 11, every ten minutes.

Metro tickets

A single metro journey costs 100 AMD. You must buy a plastic token at a cash desk in each metro entrance hall. Then use the pass to open a ticket gate to reach the station's platform.

Yerevan Railway Station

The Yerevan Railway Station is the primary station serving the Armenian capital of Yerevan. It is situated to the south of the city's central business district and is roughly 2.8 kilometers away from Republic Square.

Through a pedestrian tunnel, it is connected to the David of Sasun metro station that is located right next to it.

In the year 1902, the first railway line to Yerevan was constructed. This line connected Yerevan with Alexandropol (Gyumri) and Tiflis (Tbilisi). In 1908, a second line joined it with Julfa, located in Iran.

The station complex was renovated by Russian Railways in the year 2010. During the renovations, the station's interior was updated by installing LCD panels that provide passengers with information about upcoming train schedules.

In addition, as a result of the dramatic rise in the volume of passenger traffic and the imperative to provide a pleasant setting in which to purchase tickets, it was decided to split the area into separate rooms for long-distance and international trains.

The architectural style of the building as a whole was not compromised in any way by the rooms' interior design; the furnishings and accessories are crafted from natural and artificial materials that are indistinguishable from the originals.

Within the structure that houses the station is a hotel that provides several types of accommodations.


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  • Yerevan — Tbilisi (from December to March)
  • Yerevan — Gyumri
  • Yerevan — Ararat
  • Yerevan — Araks
  • Yerevan — Yeraskh