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BAKU: THE CITY OF FUSION

from $78

Price per person (min 10 pax)
Price for less/more number of pax is available


  • ico 3 days /2 nights
  • ico Comfortable Transport
  • ico Hygiene & Sanitary Safety
  • ico Language: English/Russian/Arabic

A fabulous fusion of ancient and modern, East and West, Baku is the amalgam of different historical periods, architectural styles and cultures aspects. Enjoy the views of the city’s new landmark Flame Towers and living through the ages legends of the Maiden Tower. Feel the touching mystery of our old, but yet young city opening its heart to the guests.

1st Day: Arrival to Baku, meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel, check in (14:00). Free time.

2nd Day: Breakfast at the hotel. Pick-up at 10:00. Your tour will start with visiting Heydar Aliyev Centre designed by world-famous architect Zaha Hadid. It is vast and jaw-droppingly majestic statement of fluid 21st-century architecture forming abstract waves and peaks that seem to melt together. The real delight is simply pondering and photographing the extraordinary exterior from ever-changing angles. Make a stop next to the popular “I love Baku” sign to take some photos.

Want to have a close look at the Baku`s most popular landmark? Baku business and hotel complex Flame Towers Baku is composed of 3 buildings. The surface of the Towers is fully covered with LED screens reflecting different visual characters in motion, easily visible from the far corners of the city in the evening. Walk along the Alley of Martyrs which is usually being included in the protocol visits of the foreign officials. Enjoy the panoramic view of the city and its bay from Baku’s Highland Park (also called Upland Park), the highest point in the Azerbaijani capital.

Walk down to Baku Boulevard to view the International Mugham Center created in order to widely promote Azerbaijani ‘mugham’ (folk musical composition) in the world and shaped as the national musical instrument – ‘tar’. Here you will also see Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum, designed by Austrian architect Franz Janz and looking like a rolled carpet.

Wander between the decorative stone bridges of so-called Little Venice, a small town on the water and one of the jewels of Baku. It has two large and several small islands and its gondolas are travelling in the channels full of still and clean water.

Cross the street and enter Icherisheher (Inner City), known as a “Fortress” or “Old City”, a unique historical and architectural conservation area in the center of Baku. This is one of the most ancient places of the country where archaeological excavations revealed burial vaults of the Bronze Age. Maiden Tower (12th century) and The Palace of Shirvanshahs (13th-16th centuries) are the best known historical monuments located in the Old City. Besides them there are a lot of other unique monuments such as mosques, minarets, the remnants of caravanserais “Multani” and “Bukhara”, ancient baths, etc. Stroll down the paved streets of this ancient city and drop to some of the numerous souvenir shops where you can buy national clothes, kerchiefs, scarves and caps, dishes and handmade carpets.

In the end of our excursion you will have a walk through the Philharmonic Park, formerly known as the Governor´s Garden, that goes up the hill towards the Azerbaijan State Academic Philharmonic Hall (1910-1912) built in Italian Renaissance (exterior) and German Rococo (interior) styles. You can make nice photos next to a French-style Baroque fountain while listening to the classic music.

Lunch time.

Free time suggestions:

  • Pedestrian Nizami (former Torgovaya) Street – old trading zone with lots of shops and boutiques
  • Fountain Square – most popular public place with many restaurants and shops, main location for public festivals, shows and celebrations
  • Park Boulevard Mall – first shopping mall in Baku
  • Baku Boulevard – a promenade established in 1909, second largest one in Europe
  • Boat trip along Baku Bay (seasonal)

 

3rd Day: Breakfast at the hotel. Check out, transfer to the airport.

Hotel accommodation in Baku at 3* hotel on BB basis

All transportation according to the program, including airport-hotel-airport transfers

Excursions according to the program

English  / Russian / Arabic speaking guide

1 bottle of water per person per excursion day

Flight tickets & visa (if required)

Extras at the hotel, tips at the sites and restaurants

Tickets to the museums(per person): Heydar Aliyev Center – 9$ (optional), Maiden Tower- 9$ (optional), Shirvanshahs’ Palace- 9$ (optional)

lunches and dinners

  • Full payment should be done 3 days prior to arrival.
  • Infants (up to 3 y.o.) are free of charge.
  • Cancellation more than 3 days before check-in date is free of charge.
  • Cancellation less than 3 days before check-in date is subject to 100% charge.

The organizer reserves the right to change the hotel to the different one of the same category.

The organizer reserves the right to change the order of excursions in case of necessity.

Check-in to the hotels: 14:00 (can be 15:00 in some cases).

Early check-in before 06:00 in the morning is subject to 100% of the room rate, early check-in between 06:00 and 14:00 is subject to 50% of the room rate (please confirm with our reservation managers before booking).

You can extend your stay, add more excursions and/or change the hotel category for additional payment (please confirm with our reservation managers before booking).

Comfortable shoes are strongly recommended during excursions.

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