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Azerbaijan, a country at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is a fascinating destination known for its rich history, diverse culture, and a blend of ancient traditions with modern developments. If you’re planning to explore Azerbaijan, particularly its capital city Baku, here’s a suggested itinerary to make the most of your visit:

Exploring the Old City (Icherisheher):

Maiden Tower (Qız Qalası): Commence your journey at the iconic Maiden Tower, an integral part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Walled City of Baku.

Shirvanshah’s Palace:
Explore the medieval palace complex adjacent to the Maiden Tower, showcasing Azerbaijan’s architectural heritage.

Javad Khan Street:
Stroll through the narrow streets, peruse local shops, and immerse yourself in the Old City’s charm.

Palace of the Shirvanshahs:
Visit this historical palace, a masterpiece of Azerbaijani architecture. Don’t miss the Divankhana, a venue for official receptions.

Baku Boulevard:
After the Old City, take a stroll along Baku Boulevard, renowned for its seaside promenade and breathtaking views of the Caspian Sea.
Modern Baku:

Flame Towers:
Begin your day with a visit to the Flame Towers, a trio of skyscrapers that have become modern symbols of Baku.

Baku Crystal Hall:
For architecture enthusiasts, explore the Baku Crystal Hall, a versatile arena that hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012.

Heydar Aliyev Center:
Marvel at the distinctive architecture of this cultural center designed by Zaha Hadid, featuring exhibitions related to Azerbaijani culture and history.

Baku Olympic Stadium:
If time permits, visit the Baku Olympic Stadium, which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2015 European Games.

Fountains Square:
In the evening, head to Fountains Square, a vibrant area with shops, restaurants, and, as the name implies, fountains.

Cultural and Historical Sites:
Gobustan National Park: Take a day trip to Gobustan to witness ancient rock carvings and archaeological artifacts, providing insights into prehistoric life in the region.

Mud Volcanoes:
Visit nearby mud volcanoes, such as Gobustan and Dashgil, to witness a unique natural phenomenon.

Ateshgah of Baku:
Explore Ateshgah, a fire temple historically used by Hindu and Zoroastrian traders.

Yanar Dag:
Conclude your day at Yanar Dag, the “burning mountain,” where natural gas has been continuously ablaze for centuries.


  • Specialized bilingual guide
  • Private Transport
  • Box lunch water, banana apple and chocolate
  • Departure Taxes
  • Entry Fees

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