Baku and Old City Tour

Baku city tour  

Days:  2-4  Tuesday/Thursday✓

Price:  40$✓

Duration:(11:00-15:00)  5 hours✓

Vehicle   Mercedes  Vita/Sprinter

 (depends on group)  6-8 , 8-15 seats✓

       

Highlights:

Pick up / drop by our Vito/Sprinte✓

Miniature Books Museum✓

Highland Park (Dagustu Park), which commands a breathtaking panorama of Baku✓

Flame towers ✓

Icheri Sheher✓

Shahidlar Khiyabani✓

Baku National Boulevard✓

 

       

Included:

Pick up from your Hotel by our Vito(mersedes)✓

Professional guide(English, Arabic)✓

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✓

 Shahidlər Khiyabani - 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. The viewpoint beside the eternal flame offers splendid panoramas across the bay✓

 Baku National Boulevard✓

Azrebaijan Tea and drinks✓

Free entrance tickets✓

Drop to your Hotel✓

 

     

Not included

Personal expenses✓

 

About 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. The viewpoint beside the eternal flame offers splendid panoramas across the bay

 

  • Baku National Boulevard, the 2nd longest boulevard in the world, which is the favorite resting place of the Baku residents and capital guests, stretching for a long way along the seashore.

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