5 days in Yerevan
If you have only 5 days in Armenia and for business or other reasons must stay in the capital city of Yerevan, there is still quite a bit to see and do.
Whichever Saturday or Sunday is included in your trip should be spent at Vernissage.
DAY 1 (assuming that your jet lag has subsided)
Breakfast at ArtBridge
Republic Square walk National Art Gallery and History Museum
Walk Northern Avenue to Opera
Get lunch at X
Afternoon at X
Dinner at X
Breakfast at X
Complete some Yerevan walks!
Dinner on Broshyan
Haghtanak Park (Victory Park) - great place to relax one afternoon (if the temperature isn't too hot!). It's also where the Mayr Hayastan statue stands.
Matenadaran - one of the world's largest repositories of ancient manuscripts.
Sergei Parajanov House-Museum - a true pleasure, with its eclectic mix of objects which only someone like Parajanov could produce.
Tsitsernakaberd - the monument commemorating the victims of the Armenian Genocide. It is located at the top of Tsitsernakaberd Park, where you could also find the Genocide Museum.