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Yanar Dag Burning Mountain Admission Ticket

Yanar Dag Burning Mountain Admission Ticket - Baku, Azerbaijan

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

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Yanar Dag - The Burning Mountain is considered as “eternal fire” and fulfills the trip with unique and interesting experience. The Yanar Dag fire is never extinguished ... More info ›

Yanar Dag - The Burning Mountain is considered as “eternal fire” and fulfills the trip with unique and interesting experience. The Yanar Dag fire is never extinguished. Around this open fireplace the atmosphere is filled with the smell of gas. The flames emanate from vents in sandstone formations and sometimes it can rise to a height of 10 metres (33 ft), at the base of a 10-metre-wide (33 ft) scarp below a hillside.

Visit: Yanar Dag, Binagadi-Balakhany Highway, Baku 0125 Azerbaijan

Unlike mud volcanoes, the Yanar Dag flame burns fairly steadily, as it involves a steady seep of gas from the subsurface. There is no seepage of mud or liquid, which distinguishes it from the nearby mud volcanoes

Due to the large concentration of natural gas under the Absheron Peninsula, natural flames burned there throughout antiquity and were reported on by historical writers such as Marco Polo. In the 13th century Marco Polo mentioned numerous natural-gas flames spurting spontaneously from the Absheron Peninsula. The only one burning today is Yanar Dag.

Alexandre Dumas, during one of his visits to the area, described a similar fire he saw in the region inside one of the Zoroastrian fire temples built around it. Only a handful of fire mountains exist today in the world, and most are located in Azerbaijan.

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Ateshgah Fire Temple Admission Ticket

Ateshgah Fire Temple Admission Ticket - Baku, Azerbaijan

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

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$2.35

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. Although the site was originally a place of worship for Zoroastrians, the forti­fied complex you see today was built by 18th-century Indian Shiva devotees.

Visit: Ateshgah - Fire Temple, Сураханский район, Baku Azerbaijan

Based on Persian and Indian inscriptions, the temple was used as a Hindu, Sikh, and Zoroastrian place of worship ... More info ›

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. Although the site was originally a place of worship for Zoroastrians, the forti­fied complex you see today was built by 18th-century Indian Shiva devotees.

Visit: Ateshgah - Fire Temple, Сураханский район, Baku Azerbaijan

Based on Persian and Indian inscriptions, the temple was used as a Hindu, Sikh, and Zoroastrian place of worship. "Atash" (آتش) is the Persian word for fire. The pentagonal complex, which has a courtyard surrounded by cells for monks and a tetrapillar-altar in the middle, was built during the 17th and 18th centuries. It was abandoned in the late 19th century, probably due to the dwindling of the Indian population in the area. The natural eternal flame went out in 1969, after nearly a century of exploitation of petroleum and gas in the area, but is now lit by gas piped from the nearby city.

 

The Baku Ateshgah was a pilgrimage and philosophical centre of Zoroastrians from Northwestern Indian Subcontinent, who were involved in trade with the Caspian area via the famous "Grand Trunk Road". The four holy elements of their belief were: ateshi (fire), badi (air), abi (water), and heki (earth). The temple ceased to be a place of worship after 1883 with the installation of petroleum plants (industry) at Surakhany. The complex was turned into a museum in 1975. The annual number of visitors to the museum is 15,000.

 

The Temple of Fire "Ateshgah" was nominated for List of World Heritage Sites, UNESCO in 1998. On December 19, 2007, it was declared a state historical-architectural reserve by decree of the President of Azerbaijan.

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Gobustan National Park Admission Ticket

Gobustan National Park Admission Ticket - Baku, Azerbaijan

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

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$2.94

Gobustan National Park is a State Reserve which is located in the west of the settlement of Gobustan, about 40 miles southwest of the centre of Baku and was established in 1966 when the region was declared as a national historical landmark of Azerbaijan in an attempt to preserve the ancient carvings, mud volcanoes and gas-stones in the region.

Visit: Gobustan Rock Art, 60 km South of Baku, Baku Azerbaijan

Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape covers three areas of a plateau of rocky boulders rising out of the semi-desert of central Azerbaijan, with an outstanding collection of more than 6,000 rock engravings such as primitive people, animals, battle-pieces, ritual dances, bullfights, boats with armed oarsmen, warriors with lances in their hands, camel caravans, pictures of sun and stars bearing testimony to 40,000 years of rock art.

The site also features the remains of inhabited caves, settlements and burials, all reflecting an intensive human use by the inhabitants of the area during the wet period that followed the last Ice Age, from the Upper Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. The site, which covers an area of 537 ha, is part of the larger protected Gobustan Reservation.

Among the stone books there are a big flat stone formed out of 3 supports ... More info ›

Gobustan National Park is a State Reserve which is located in the west of the settlement of Gobustan, about 40 miles southwest of the centre of Baku and was established in 1966 when the region was declared as a national historical landmark of Azerbaijan in an attempt to preserve the ancient carvings, mud volcanoes and gas-stones in the region.

Visit: Gobustan Rock Art, 60 km South of Baku, Baku Azerbaijan

Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape covers three areas of a plateau of rocky boulders rising out of the semi-desert of central Azerbaijan, with an outstanding collection of more than 6,000 rock engravings such as primitive people, animals, battle-pieces, ritual dances, bullfights, boats with armed oarsmen, warriors with lances in their hands, camel caravans, pictures of sun and stars bearing testimony to 40,000 years of rock art.

The site also features the remains of inhabited caves, settlements and burials, all reflecting an intensive human use by the inhabitants of the area during the wet period that followed the last Ice Age, from the Upper Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. The site, which covers an area of 537 ha, is part of the larger protected Gobustan Reservation.

Among the stone books there are a big flat stone formed out of 3 supports. Suffice it to touch the object with a small stone, musical sounds come from it. The stone is called Gaval Dash, the sound can be compared with a tambourine. The Gaval Dash have been formed due the combination of unqiue climate, oil and gas which can be found in the region of Azerbaijan.

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Ferris Wheel (Baku Eye) Admission Ticket

Ferris Wheel (Baku Eye) Admission Ticket - Baku, Azerbaijan

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

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Baku Ferris Wheel, also known as the Baku Eye, is a Ferris wheel on Baku Boulevard in the Seaside National Park of Baku, capital of Azerbaijan.

Visit: Ferris Wheel, Neftyanikov Ave., Baku Azerbaijan

The wheel was built by the Dutch company Dutch Wheels. It was opened on 10 March 2014 by the Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev, and opened to the public two days later.

The wheel is 60 metres (200 ft) tall and has 30 cabins, each holding eight people ... More info ›

Baku Ferris Wheel, also known as the Baku Eye, is a Ferris wheel on Baku Boulevard in the Seaside National Park of Baku, capital of Azerbaijan.

Visit: Ferris Wheel, Neftyanikov Ave., Baku Azerbaijan

The wheel was built by the Dutch company Dutch Wheels. It was opened on 10 March 2014 by the Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev, and opened to the public two days later.

The wheel is 60 metres (200 ft) tall and has 30 cabins, each holding eight people. It makes a complete turn in 30 to 40 minutes.

About Ferris Wheels: A Ferris wheel (sometimes called a big wheel, observation wheel, or, in the case of the very tallest examples, giant wheel) is an amusement ride consisting of a rotating upright wheel with multiple passenger-carrying components (commonly referred to as passenger cars, cabins, tubs, capsules, gondolas, or pods) attached to the rim in such a way that as the wheel turns, they are kept upright, usually by gravity.

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Baku Walking Tours

Baku Walking Tours - Baku, Azerbaijan

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

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Baku Walking Tour offers a walk through the most historic sightseeing highlights of Baku, the Fountains Square and four UNESCO sites in Old Town (Icherisheher) meanwhile reflecting on Baku’s past and the transformation that brought by oil barons and their quest for personal glory and fame.

You will also get acquainted with the social, cultural, political aspect of every-day life in Baku on the background of stories based on the real life of oil barons in late 19th and early 20th century as well as Soviet and modern times. You will have insight on of small medieval religious town’s transformation into a cosmopolitan city ... More info ›

Baku Walking Tour offers a walk through the most historic sightseeing highlights of Baku, the Fountains Square and four UNESCO sites in Old Town (Icherisheher) meanwhile reflecting on Baku’s past and the transformation that brought by oil barons and their quest for personal glory and fame.

You will also get acquainted with the social, cultural, political aspect of every-day life in Baku on the background of stories based on the real life of oil barons in late 19th and early 20th century as well as Soviet and modern times. You will have insight on of small medieval religious town’s transformation into a cosmopolitan city. The tour ends at the main street of downtown (Nizami).

Explore the oldest part of the city on 2.5 hours walking

Hear legends about prominent Oil Barons

Understand the social dynamics of city life

Soak up the atmosphere in the oldest part of the city

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Stop At: Maiden Tower, Downtown Baku, Baku Azerbaijan

The Maiden Tower is a Baku landmark, a much loved symbol of the city and of Azerbaijan. It looms dark and enigmatic, looking out to sea from the southern edge of Baku´s old, walled city, the Icheri Sheher. The origins of the tower are shrouded in mystery - no-one knows for certain when it was built or what it was built for or even how it acquired its name Maiden Tower (Qiz qalasi). No written sources survive that record its construction or original function.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Palace of Happiness, 6 Murtuza Mukhtarov, Baku 1005 Azerbaijan

This was the home of the millionaire Muxtarov who built it as a surprise Valentine gift for his (second) wife. She is supposed to have adored a similar building she'd seen while doing the 'grand tour' in Italy, so Muxtarov simply paid the renowned Qasumov brothers to build a copy. This was the topping to a relationship which reads straight from the pages of fairy-tale legend. Lowly-born Muxtarov, son of a Mardakan carter, was a self-educated technician who became a major supplier of support equipment to the burgeoning oil industry. He fell in love with the daughter of his Ossetian aristocrat host while on business in Vladikavkaz, but his lack of pedigree resulted in the blank refusal of his petitions to marry her.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Institute of Manuscripts of Azerbaijan, İstiqlaliyyət, Bakı, Azerbaijan

September 1901until March 1918: Empress Alexandra Russian Muslim Boarding School for Girls.

December 18, 1918 until April 20, 1920: Taghiyev gave the building to the Parliament of the first Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan (DRA). It was the first European-style Parliament in the Muslim world. The Parliament continued to function until the collapse of the fledgling republic 23 months later - April 1920 - when the Bolsheviks invaded Azerbaijan.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Central Botanical Garden of National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Mikayil Mushfig St., 103, Baku 1004 Azerbaijan

The Ismailiyya Palace (Azerbaijani: İsmailiyyə Sarayı) is a historical building that currently serves as the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan. It is located on Istiglaliyyat Street in Baku.

The palace was constructed for the Muslim Charity Society by Józef Plośko at the expense of the millionaire Musa Naghiyev in commemoration of his deceased son Ismayil, and was named Ismailiyya after him. Construction began in 1908 and ended in 1913.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Museum of Miniature Books, 67, Bakı 1000, Azerbaijan

Baku Museum of Miniature Books-is the only museum of miniature books in the world, settled in the old part of Baku, called Inner City. Its activity started on April 2, 2002.

Exhibits exposed in the museum were collected by Tahir Salahov’s sister Zarifa Salahova over the period of 30 years. Her own collection consists of more than 6500 books from 64 countries of the world.

There have been collected miniature books in the museum published in post-revolutionary Russia and in the Soviet period.

Besides that there are books from Moldavia, Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus and from the republics of Middle Asia and Europe in the exposition of the museum.

There are rare editions of Chukovsky, Barto, Gogol, Dostoyevsky, works of A.S.Pushkin in the fund of museum.

Miniature books of the famous Azerbaijani classics, such as Vagif, Khurshidbanu Natavan, Nizami Ganjavi, Nasimi, Fizuli, Samed Vurgun, Mirza Fatali Akhundov and others are exhibited in the museum.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Muhammad Mosque, 28 Kichik Qala Old City, Baku Azerbaijan

Muhammad Mosque or Siniggala Mosque is the mosque built in the 11th century in Old City, Baku. The mosque is also known as Siniggala, for the name of its minaret – Siniggala (“damaged tower”). The mosque acquired its second name in 1723, when military squadron of Russian Army, consisting of 15 warships and led by Admiral Matyushkin, approached the city from seaside and demanded its surrender during the Russo-Persian War (1722-1723). Russian warships began to bomb the city after the refusal to surrender. One of the Russian shells hit the minaret of Muhammad Mosque and damaged it. A stormy wind then blew the Russian ships further out to sea. The population of the city interpreted the wind as a divine scourge sent to the occupants.[citation needed] From that time until the middle of the 19th century, the minaret of the mosque wasn’t reconstructed. It remained a symbol of the persistence and courage of the defendants of the tower.


Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Baku Old City, Neftchilar Ave, Baku 1000 Azerbaijan

Old City or Inner City (Azerbaijani: İçərişəhər) is the historical core of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. The Old City is the most ancient part of Baku, which is surrounded by walls which were easily defended. In 2007, the Old City had a population of about 3000 people. In December 2000, the Old City of Baku, including the Palace of the Shirvanshahs and Maiden Tower, became the first location in Azerbaijan to be classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Fountain "7 Gozal", Baku boulevard Across Government house, Baku Azerbaijan

Fountains Square is a public square in downtown Baku, capital of Azerbaijan. The square was previously called Parapet and is often referenced to by the same name now. The name of the fountains square derives from the presence of dozens of fountains throughout the square first constructed during Soviet rule of Azerbaijan.

The square is a public gathering place, especially after business hours and during the weekend. It is an attractive tourist destination with many boutiques, restaurants, shops, hotels and passage. This is one of the most crowd and lively places in the city. The area is great for people watching, and evening will find many locals strolling about. It starts from the Istiglaliyyat Street and walls of the Icheri Sheher and stretches through Nizami Street, also called in popular culture as the Torgovaya street running parallel to Baku Boulevard. The fountains square is a location where the city authorities hold many public festivals, shows and celebrations.

Close to Old Town, the Fountain square is crossroad to everything walking distance in Baku. Different fountains adorn the square, which marks a real centre point of the city, and you will probably end up here at some point during your trip to Baku.

Baku has itself many pretty fountains, like in the Governorґs park, in Philharmonic park, the White Fountain, but the difference with Fountain Square is the quantity and diversity of the fountains, the pedestrian walks and the sculptures around the fountains.

In 2010, the square was renovated by Baku authorities.


Stop At: Armenian Church, Baku, Baku 1005, Azerbaijan

St. Gregory the Illuminator's Church (Azerbaijani: Bakı Erməni Kilsəsi) is a former Armenian Apostolic church in downtown Baku, Azerbaijan. It was built in 1887 and survived through the radical atheist age of Sovietization, and the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Unlike many places of worship that were subject to demolition throughout the Soviet Union in the 1920s and the 1930s, St. Gregory the Illuminator's Church was the only Armenian church that was not demolished. In 1990, during the exodus and deportation of the entire Armenian population from Azerbaijan (as a result of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict), the church was closed down and damaged, and is no longer open to the public.

From 1990 until 2002, its future status remained undetermined. In 2002, the church building underwent renovation and the building was taken over by the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan to be used as one of its libraries. The former church was transformed into the archive department of the Department of Administration Affairs of the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Executive Power of Baku, Baku, Azerbaijan

The Executive Power of Baku City is headquartered on 4, Istiglaliyet Street. The construction of the building of the Executive Power of Baku City commenced in 1900 and finished in 1904. Polish architect I. Goslavski (born in Warsaw in 1865 and died at the age of 39 in 1904. Head architect of Baku in 1892) widely used the baroque style and classic construction methods in the construction of this building. This building was the architect's last work. The facade was decorated with red brick, brought for this purpose from Italy, and colored marble. The central part of the building facade bears the emblem of Baku. Three golden torches in the central part of the emblem symbolize Azerbaijan as the land of fire.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Juma Mosque, M1 Sabayil, Baku Azerbaijan

Juma mosque or mosque in the Icheri-sheher has been functioning since the 12th century. This mosque was built in 1899 at the funds of Baku philanthropist Khadja Shikhali Dadashev. In 1888 the Russian academician A.Pavlinov took measurements of the Juma Mosque. The mosque was built on the site of the temple of fire worshipers. Only four uncoated arches remained from the old building, they allegedly belonged to the temple. According to many modern archaeologists, there was a pagan sacred center on the site of Juma Mosque, where the fire worshipers gathered.

In the 14th century pagan temple was converted into a mosque. According to the inscription on the Mosque, "in the month of Rajab in the year 709 Hijri (1309) Amir Sharaf al-Din Mahmud ordered to update this mosque." In the 15th century, minaret was attached to the north side of the Mosque. By the end of the 19th century the old mosque came into disrepair and was replaced by a new one - Juma Mosque.

Juma mosque itself is small. There is little hall for men, women's prayer rooms. The conical dome of the building, which rests on four pillars located in the center of the Juma Mosque ,is of special interest.

Stop At: Baku Boulevard, Neftchilar avenue, Baku Azerbaijan

The Boulevard along the Caspian is a beautiful, several kilometer long parkway that is a real gem of the city. Baku Boulevard (also known as National Park) is a promenade established in 1909 which runs parallel to Baku's seafront. Its history goes back more than 100 years, to a time when Baku oil barons built their mansions along the Caspian shore and when the seafront was artificially built up inch by inch.

The park is about 3 km and 750 m in size and located in south coast of the Caspian Sea. It starts at the National Flag Square and ends at Freedom Square. According to the Azerbaijan Cabinet of Ministers, the boulevard's size is expected to reach 26 km, which will cover areas including Bibiheybet and Bay of Baku by 2015.

The project on expansion of the Baku boulevard aims at creating more comfortable conditions for the residents of the capital city and the guests to have a rest and take sports in more comfortable conditions at the Caspian seashore. Before the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 the boulevard was extended to the National Flag Square.


Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Philharmonic Fountain Park, Sabayil, Baku Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Hall was constructed throughout 1910–1912 at the request of the city elite and designed by the Armenian architect Gabriel Ter-Mikelov in the Italian Renaissance (exterior) and German Rococo (interior) styles. Its design was inspired by the architectural style of buildings within the Monte-Carlo Casino, particularly l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo. The society (known as the Summer Center for Public Gatherings prior to 1936) was originally organized as a club for the wealthy of Baku, who attended it for banquets and entertainment. During the Russian Civil War it served as a place for public rallies.[1] In 1936, the club was reorganized into a residence for the Philharmonic society aimed at promoting Azerbaijani classical and folk music. On 11 August 1937 after the building underwent renovation it was named after composer Muslim Magomayev.

In 1995, the hall was closed down for the more than 8 years for another renovation. However no restoration works were performed for the most part of that period, much to the discontent of many residents of Baku. Azerbaijan's Minister of Culture explained such delay by the fact that underground waters had damaged the base of the building over time. Nevertheless, there were reports (mainly in the opposition media) that the money provided for the renovation by the government or donated by various prominent musicians (such as Mstislav Rostropovich, a Baku native) was largely misappropriated by the bureaucrats and officials who were in charge of funding the project. It was not until November 2002 that the restoration works resumed due to President Heydar Aliyev's special decree. The opening of the fully renovated building took place on 27 January 2004.The opening ceremony of the newly-renovated building was held on January 27, 2004. Several famous people attended the ceremony like President Ilham Aliyev, former minister of culture Polad Bulbuloglu, outstanding cellist Mstislav Rostropovich, professor Ferhad Badalbayli.

Pass By: Palace of the Shirvanshahs, Zamkovskaya Side-street, 76, Baku Azerbaijan

Walking through the pavilions, courtyards, palace rooms, the crypt, the cistern, the Turskih bathhoous, the mosque, etc., you get a real feel for the every day life within the palace walls. The palace complex consists of nine buildings and each of them was recently restored.

Stop At: Upland Park, Baku Azerbaijan

Baku's Upland Park is the highest point in the Azerbaijani capital, opening a panoramic view of the city and its bay.

The city's residents and visitors often come here to see a bird's eye view of Baku, and just have a walk.

The Upland Park can be reached by cable railway (funicular) in 7-8 minutes from the boulevard or by climbing up the endless stone stairs.

But it would be better to enter the park right from the top - from the square, which houses the country's parliament, alley of martyrs, and the world-famous symbol of modern Baku, the Flame Towers. This place can be reached by both public transport and taxis.

This park is a beautiful corner of Baku, and could be very interesting for the city's guests, especially those coming for the European Games.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Baku Boulevard, Neftchilar avenue, Baku Azerbaijan

The Boulevard along the Caspian is a beautiful, several kilometer long parkway that is a real gem of the city. Baku Boulevard (also known as National Park) is a promenade established in 1909 which runs parallel to Baku's seafront. Its history goes back more than 100 years, to a time when Baku oil barons built their mansions along the Caspian shore and when the seafront was artificially built up inch by inch.

The park is about 3 km and 750 m in size and located in south coast of the Caspian Sea. It starts at the National Flag Square and ends at Freedom Square. According to the Azerbaijan Cabinet of Ministers, the boulevard's size is expected to reach 26 km, which will cover areas including Bibiheyb?t and Bay of Baku by 2015.

The project on expansion of the Baku boulevard aims at creating more comfortable conditions for the residents of the capital city and the guests to have a rest and take sports in more comfortable conditions at the Caspian seashore. Before the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 the boulevard was extended to the National Flag Square.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Private Baku Airport transfer

Private Baku Airport transfer  - Baku, Azerbaijan

Duration: 20 to 40 minutes
Location: Baku, Azerbaijan

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Private, Baku airport transfer to any hotel or other place inside Baku city.
we'll provide you with euro5 standard vehicle, bottled water, Professional driver which speaks English, Turkish, Russian and Arabic.
According to your group size, vehicles may differ from sedan cars, to coaches.
1-3 persons: sedan car
3-4 persons: 4 wheel
4-8 persons: minibus(Mercedes Viano)
8-15 persons: bus(Mersedes sprinter)
15-52 persons: coach(Mercedes Travego)

Private transfer from Airport to Any location inside Baku city. right after you go out from Airport, in the airport our polite driver will be waiting for you ... More info ›

Special Offer - Intro offer: Book by October 15 to save 20%. - Book Now!

Private, Baku airport transfer to any hotel or other place inside Baku city.
we'll provide you with euro5 standard vehicle, bottled water, Professional driver which speaks English, Turkish, Russian and Arabic.
According to your group size, vehicles may differ from sedan cars, to coaches.
1-3 persons: sedan car
3-4 persons: 4 wheel
4-8 persons: minibus(Mercedes Viano)
8-15 persons: bus(Mersedes sprinter)
15-52 persons: coach(Mercedes Travego)

Private transfer from Airport to Any location inside Baku city. right after you go out from Airport, in the airport our polite driver will be waiting for you. you'll recognize him by your name printed on paper which he is holding.
You'll enjoy your ride from airport to your hotel(apartment, destination) on comfortable euro5 standard vehicle.
on the way we'll give you brief information about city, places we pass by and country.
On the way if you need exchange, sim card or lunch we can make a stop for you free of charge.

Special Offer - Intro offer: Book by October 15 to save 20%. - Book Now!

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