thumb|right|300px|Garni Village as seen from the Shrine of Saint Sargis
thumb|right|300px|The village of Shorzha as seen from the Artanish Peninsula.
Tsaghkadzor is a city in Central Armenia, known for being a ski resort, with forests and an ancient monastery. In the summer, people go there to get away from the city life of Yerevan, and the heat, for the fresh air in the mountains.
Yerevan (Armenian: Երեւան) is the capital of the Republic of Armenia, one of the three hubs of the South Caucasus and is home to over a million people - the largest Armenian community in the world. In Soviet years Yerevan underwent massive reconstruction, following Alexander Tamanyan's (the architect) new plans to make a perfect city - a Neo-Classical wide-avenues-based town resembling Paris, Vienna and Saint Petersburg.
Ashtarak is a small city in Central Armenia 20 km north west of Yerevan. It features the most well preserved Armenian Church of the VII century Karmravor.
thumb|Makaravank MonasteryIjevan is a city in Northern Armenia. Just 25 minutes north of Dilijan, it has a much different feel.
thumb|350px|Khoranashat MonasteryBerd is a city in Northern Armenia. It lies at the heart of the region known as Shamshadin, and is the only town in that rather remote corner of Armenia.
Vanadzor (Armenian: Վանաձոր) is capital of Lori Marz, in the North Central part of Armenia. Vanadzor is Armenia's third largest city, with a population of about 105,000 people.
Jermuk is a spa town in Southern Armenia, where much of the country's mineral water comes from. The town is full of Soviet hotels and sanatoriums, some of which have been renovated to high standards.
Noyemberyan (Armenian: Նոյեմբերյան) is a city in Northern Armenia at a height of 800 meters above sea level, with a population of 5,500 persons.
Nakhchivan is an exclave of Azerbaijan, which borders Turkey to the northwest, Armenia to the north and east, and Iran to the south.
David Gareja (Georgian: დავითგარეჯის სამონასტრო კომპლექსი, Davit'garejis samonastro komplek'si, sometimes spelled Davit Gareja) is a rock-hewn Georgian Orthodox monastery complex located in the Kakheti region of Georgia, on the half-desert slopes of Mount Gareja, some 60–70 km southeast of Georgia's capital Tbilisi, and partially located in Azerbaijan.
Sisian is a city in Southern Armenia. It is a pleasant if unremarkable town, always cooler than Yerevan.
Gyumri is the second largest city in Armenia and the capital of Shirak Province in Northern Armenia.
Goris is a city in Southern Armenia. The city was possibly the first build in a grid layout in Armenia, with a very quaint regional style of stone architecture.
Stepanakert is a nice small city and the capital of unrecognized but de-facto independent republic of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Shushi is a city in Nagorno-Karabakh. This fortified city has long been a cultural center in Karabakh, and has had a history of conflict.