Introducing Azerbaijan

Holidays in Azerbaijan blend marvellous history, mystique and ancient beauty with the garish and opulent modernity. In the nexus of Europe and Asia, Azerbaijan waits patiently for the recognition it rightfully warrants.

Situated between the Caucasus Mountains and the Caspian Sea, the country was for a long time the focus of strong historical civilizations, and its interesting capital, Baku, was once a crucial junction on the Silk Road. A stay in Baku will showcase its Soviet influence and Persian architecture, amidst its modern flair. Away for the wonders of the city you will be welcomed by lush valleys, petroglyphs and dramatic volcanoes, where quaint villages highlight the culture of its people.

Top Locations in Azerbaijan

Visit Baku
Shimmering at night in the capital city of Baku are the three towers known as the Flame Towers, which were constructed to mimic flames. The Museum of Contemporary Art, which houses over 900 works by emerging local artists and is highly recommended for people interested in culture, is another example of how the city welcomes modernity. You may also sample regional gastronomy by visiting Teze Bazaar, a market renowned for its cheeses and spices, or by eating a kebab, a specialty of the region.
Icheri Sheher
Icheri Sheher, also known as "Old City" and "Fortress," is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Baku. Magnificent architectural marvels can be found all around this gated area of the city. They include Shirvanshah Palace, which was built in the 13th century, and Maiden Tower, which was built in the 12th century and was a feature of Baku's historic walled city.
Caspian Sea
The Caspian Sea, a massive 371,000 square kilometres, is the largest lake on the entire planet. The Sea is on what appears to be an ocean floor, and while the water is salty, it has a lower salinity than other seas and oceans, making it the ideal swimming spot because it is less prone to irritate skin. The Caspian Sea is a popular location for fishing, boating, and scuba diving.
Visit Yanardag to witness the so-called amazing natural phenomenon of burning flame outlets. Yarnadag, which means "flaming mountain," refers to the hills that seem to be always on fire because of the presence of gas deposits beneath the sandstone's surface. The area is also dotted with charming teashops where you can relax and marvel in the flame show. The best time to experience the flame display is during sunset, as the gold, red hues of the flames merge with the sun going down.

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