A selection of very genuine regional sweets, preserves and variants on halva/paxlava (baclava) are sold in this delightful little shop. It's in a stone…
- Çiraq Books
For two decades, Çiraq has been Baku's leading English-language bookshop. It has a decent range of classics, bestsellers, travel guides and locally…
- Baku Book Center
A marvel in this age of closing bookstores, this impressive palace of reading opened in 2018 and holds regular book signings and exhibitions.
- Rolls Royce
Cars to get you noticed. The showroom, shared with Mini, is in one of Baku's most elegant examples of 'oil boom' architecture, originally built in 1901…
- Park Bulvar Mall
Opened in 2010, Park Bulvar was Baku's first international-style shopping mall. It remains one of the most popular, though some residents complain that it…
- Karavansara Bazarı
While the majority of the wares on sale here are a little tacky, it's worth taking a quick look inside if only to admire the architecture of one of Baku's…
- Təzə Bazar
For everything from caviar (sometimes with tastings) and photogenically piled fruit to assorted homewares and Lənkəran tea, head to this fairly central,…
- Tom Ford - Men
The Tom Ford men's couture store occupies a classic Baku mansion that once hosted Charles de Gaulle during a secret 1944 stopover en route to Moscow.
- Bakı Gallery
This small commercial art gallery is more affordable than many, with a particularly good selection if you want impressionistic canvasses of Baku.
- Port Baku Mall
Upmarket shopping mall housing international names like Giorgio Armani, Hugo Boss, Burberry, Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen.
Baku showroom for the New York–based jewellery chain where old romantics still hope to bump into Audrey Hepburn.
- Baku Lamborghini
Luxury cars and branded accessories for millionaires with spare cash.
The Baku flagship for the Italy-based international luxury brand.
- Dolce & Gabbana
Baku branch of the global boutique chain. Gucci is next door.
- Kitab Evi
Sells maps and postcards plus some of the booklets that would be free if you'd asked at the tourist-information office.