Explore Azerbaijan in 3 Nights & 4 Days

Multi-day & Extended Tours, Available options from below: Modern Hotel (4-star) Nemi Hotel (4-star) Azcot Hotel (4-star) Kichik Gala Hotel (4-star) to Drop-off to hotel, or to Old City Baku
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Tour description

Azerbaijan is currently involved into the implementation of huge energy projects. Oil and gas projects are successfully implemented in the Azeri Caspian sector. Azerbaijan is a country, which plays an extremely important role in the Caspian and Caucasian regions, particularly in the development of transport infrastructure in the Caucasus and the implementation of energy projects. It was the region's first country to explore the huge energy potential, to form an absolutely new economic model in the regional development, and to expand political and economic relations between Europe and Asia.

DAY 1: ARRIVAL to BAKU- Transfer to hotel. Check-in at hotel in Baku- Free day- Overnight at hotel DAY 2: BAKU CITY TOUR • Icheri Sheher (literally “Inner Town”) –  the historical and architectural reserve includes the Shirvanshah Palace, Synyk kala minaret, Maiden Tower, Medieval Market Square, Icheri Sheher Archaeological Museum, Seyid Yahya Bakuvi mausoleum, caravanserais, Mollahana, numerous mosques, madrassahs, bath-houses, Baku Khans’ House, also numerous rich residences of the ХIХ century. • Miniature Books Museum, the gigantic collection of teeny and tiny books • Highland Park (Dagustu Park), which commands a breathtaking panorama of Baku. • Flame towers - Completed in 2012, this trio of sinuous blue-glass skyscrapers forms contemporary Baku’s architectural sig­nature. The design was conceived as a set of flames, driven from the ground up one of the main hills of Baku. Fire symbolizes energy and eternity, and also goes back to the ancient worship of this element. • Şahidlər Xiyabani: The most notable feature of the park that stretches south from the Flame Towers is a sombre row of grave-memorials – Bakuvian victims of the Red Army’s 1990 attack along with early martyrs of the Karabakh conflict. •  Baku National Boulevard, the 2nd longest boulevard in the world •  Carpet Museum - Displaying and explaining a superb collec­tion of Azerbaijani rugs •  Fountains Square - Endlessly pop­ular with strollers, this leafy piazza forms Central Baku’s natural focus.DAY 3: DAY TRIP BAKU • Gobustan - The most popular day trip from Baku takes visitors to the petroglyph reserve above the Unesco-listed Qobustan Petroglyph Reserve protects thousands of stick-figure stone engravings dating back up to 12,000 years. • Mud Volcanoes - a whole family of ‘geologically flatulent’ little conical mounds that gurgle, ooze, spit and sometimes erupt with thick, cold, grey mud. • Ateshgah (Suraxani Fire Temple) - "Fire Temple of Baku" is a castle-like religious temple based on Persian and Indian inscriptions, the Zoroastrian place of worship. • Yanar Dagh: Burning Mountain is considered as “eternal fire” and fulfills the trip with unique and interesting experience. In the 13th century Marco Polo mentioned numerous natural-gas flames spurting spontaneously from the Absheron Peninsula. The only one burning today is Yanar Dagh. DAY 4: TRANSFER to AIRPORT- Breakfast at the hotel- Transfer to the airport, Departure

What's included

  • Transfer (Airport - Hotel – Airport)
  • Accommodation at hotel 4-star
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • All mentioned breakfasts
  • All excursions mentioned in the program
  • Transportation during the excursions
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Breakfast
  • Bottled water
  • Coffee and/or Tea

What's not included

  • International flights
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Entrance fee to quoted museums (18 USD per person in total)
  • Personal expenses