Discover Baku’s Top Attractions in a Full-Day Tour

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Baku, Azerbaijan
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Azerbaijani, English, Russian

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Baku: A Fusion of Culture, History, and Modernity

Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, is a thriving metropolis that perfectly combines a rich historical heritage with contemporary urban living. Known for its stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and Caspian Sea coastline, Baku offers a diverse range of experiences for tourists.

Tourist Attractions:

  1. Old City (Icherisheher): Begin your journey in the heart of Baku at the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Wander through narrow streets, visit the iconic Maiden Tower, and explore ancient palaces and mosques.
  2. Flame Towers: Marvel at the futuristic Flame Towers, a trio of skyscrapers that light up the Baku skyline with mesmerizing LED displays.
  3. Heydar Aliyev Center: Designed by Zaha Hadid, this architectural masterpiece is a must-visit. Its fluid, futuristic design houses a museum and exhibition spaces.
  4. Baku Boulevard: Stroll along the Caspian Sea promenade, Baku Boulevard, and enjoy the sea breeze, outdoor cafes, and a range of recreational activities.
  5. Museums: Baku offers a diverse array of museums, including the Azerbaijan National Museum, Carpet Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art.
  6. Maiden Tower: Climb to the top of the iconic Maiden Tower for panoramic views of the city and the Caspian Sea.

Cultural Experiences:

  1. Azerbaijani Cuisine: Savor local cuisine at traditional restaurants serving mouthwatering dishes like plov, dolma, and baklava.
  2. Tea Culture: Enjoy a cup of Azerbaijani tea at a local chaikhana (teahouse) while experiencing the warmth of Azerbaijani hospitality.
  3. Nizami Street: Shop for souvenirs and experience the vibrant street life on Nizami Street, one of the city’s main commercial avenues.


  1. Boulevard Nightclubs: Baku’s nightlife comes alive along the Caspian Sea with numerous clubs, lounges, and bars.
  2. Fountains Square: This lively area is perfect for an evening stroll and offers a selection of bars and restaurants.

Events and Festivals:

  1. Novruz Bayram: Celebrate the Azerbaijani New Year in March with lively street festivals, dances, and traditional customs.
  2. Baku Jazz Festival: Enjoy world-class jazz performances in the city during the annual Baku Jazz Festival.

Day Trips:

  1. Gobustan National Park: Explore ancient rock carvings and mud volcanoes in the UNESCO-listed Gobustan National Park.
  2. Ateshgah Fire Temple: Visit this ancient fire temple, a center of Zoroastrian worship, just outside Baku.

Baku seamlessly combines its historical charm with modern elegance, creating a captivating destination for tourists. Whether you’re interested in exploring ancient history, indulging in local culture, or experiencing the vibrant nightlife, Baku has something to offer for every traveler.


  • Icherisheher (Old City): Explore the historic heart of Baku, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its ancient walls, palaces, and narrow streets.
  • Flame Towers: Admire the striking architecture and nightly light displays of the iconic Flame Towers.
  • Heydar Aliyev Center: Experience the futuristic design of Zaha Hadid's masterpiece, a cultural hub with modern art and architecture exhibitions.
  • Baku Boulevard: Enjoy scenic walks along the Caspian Sea promenade, lined with cafes, parks, and the famous Carpet Museum.
  • Museums: Dive into Azerbaijani culture and history by visiting museums like the Azerbaijan National Museum and the Museum of Modern Art.
  • Maiden Tower: Climb this ancient tower for panoramic views of the city and the Caspian Sea.
  • Azerbaijani Cuisine: Delight in the diverse flavors of Azerbaijani dishes, from aromatic plov to sweet baklava.
  • Tea Culture: Experience Azerbaijani hospitality with a cup of tea at a local chaikhana (teahouse).
  • Nizami Street: Shop for souvenirs and explore the bustling street life on Nizami Street.
  • Nightlife: Immerse yourself in Baku's vibrant nightlife at the city's numerous nightclubs, lounges, and bars.
  • Fountains Square: Enjoy an evening stroll and discover a range of dining and entertainment options in this lively area.
  • Novruz Bayram: Celebrate the Azerbaijani New Year with street festivals, dances, and traditional customs in March.
  • Baku Jazz Festival: Attend world-class jazz performances during the annual Baku Jazz Festival.
  • Day Trips: Explore nearby attractions like Gobustan National Park with ancient rock carvings and mud volcanoes, and the Ateshgah Fire Temple, a historic Zoroastrian site.
  • Baku offers a captivating blend of history, culture, modernity, and vibrant energy, making it a remarkable destination for travelers seeking diverse experiences.


  • Specialized bilingual guide
  • Private Transport
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Drink
  • Tickets


3 – 5 hours



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Baku, Azerbaijan


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