You will get advise in dish choosing according your needs and requirments.We will advise you what type of Azerbaijani dishes can be your favorite according your requirment.You will get information about Azerbaijani food culture and preparement methods and also you will get advise in choosing.Restaurant's bill will be separated and will paid according your orders. You will pay to the restaurant for dishes which you choose for tasting, Restaurant's bill can variate from 15-60 azn for 1 person according to your choice. Please, contact us via WhatsApp after your booking.
This is a unique tasting tour which will be held at one of the local wine bars, where you have chance to taste and order almost all types of local wines of our farmers make unbelievable wine from a different type of grapes.No need to escape from the capital far away and spend more time to taste these unique local wines. If you want to taste the exclusive pomegranate wine of Azerbaijan, this tour is for you. It is the cheapest way to try Azerbaijani local wine sorts for travellers who is interested to do it at the heart of Baku city. The price of the tour includes guide service and wine selection tips, the amount for wine tasting will be paid separately to the restaurant. The average price per person varies from 15 to 35 azn, depending on the customer's choice. It is the smartest way to try Azerbaijani local wine sorts for travellers who are interested to do it at the heart of Baku city.
Get to know Baku through its cuisine on this food tour in the Old City. You'll learn about Azerbaijani dishes and influences from Arabic and Mediterranean cultures as you enjoy tastings at select local eateries. Select your preferred departure time when booking.
Join us for a street food tour of the delicious and diverse cuisine of Baku! As we explore the city's vibrant streets, we'll make our way to Otdix, where we'll try some of the best kebabs in town. We'll then visit Vavilon Baku, where we'll savor some of the city's finest sushi. Next, we'll head to Crystal Plaza to try some traditional Azerbaijani pakhlava, a sweet and flaky pastry filled with nuts. And to end our tour, we'll visit Yuka Kaiten Sushi, where we'll experience the thrill of choosing our own sushi from a conveyor belt. Are you ready to savor the flavors of Baku?
Immerse yourself in the history and future of Baku on this 5-hour city sightseeing tour. Visit Ichari Shahar and other highlights to learn about the evolution of the city from the 5th century through the Soviet era and on to independence. Morning or afternoon tour options available.
Tour company provides guests with professional local guide (native English/Russian speaker) who had prestigious education and intensive background at European companies and institutions. Therefor guests will be received much information about not only Azerbaijan additionally general background about Mesopotamian geography including every neighboring states.
Our company vehicles offers (free of charge) ride (by guests) in Mud Volcanoes and Qobustan which is known as ''safari''.
Spend a day discovering some of Azerbaijan’s most popular attractions on this full-day tour from Baku. Join a small group and head to the Gobustan Rock Art Museum where you can see the prehistoric rock engravings as well as the bubbling mud volcanoes nearby. Then, learn about the Zorastrian religion when you visit the Ateshgah Fire Temple before ending at the fiery natural gas fires of Yanar Dag.
Discover all that Baku and its surroundings have to offer on this full-day tour. See the prehistoric petroglyphs at Gobustan National Park, learn about the mud volcanoes and their healing properties, visit the Zoroastrian fire temple of Ateshgah, explore the fire mountain of Yanardag, and admire the architecture of Baku's modern city center. A tour guide and transportation to all of the sights from your hotel are included.
Visit Quba and the remote mountain village of Khinalig on this group tour from Baku. Introducing you to the surreal landscapes of the Khizi region in northeastern Azerbaijan, the tour starts with a drive through the mountains past the city of Sumgait on your way to Quba city. Refuel with a traditional lunch in the forests, then head high into the hills to visit mysterious Khinalig, which is said to be the highest inhabited village in the Caucasus region.
Explore two historic, ancient places — Yanar Dag and Mystic Atesghag — on this 3-hour tour from Baku. Learn about the history, facts, and legends from your guide. All entrance fees and round-trip transportation from a central meeting point in Baku included.
Leave Baku with a private guide and visit Gobustan National Park and the sights of Absheron Peninsula. The half-day express tour checks off all the natural landmarks and must-visit sites that lie just outside the city, making it a good option for those who want to see more of Azerbaijan. You’ll walk amid UNESCO-listed rock carvings and mud volcanoes in the Gobustan region, discover the historical center of Gala village, and spend time at the “fire mountain” of Yanar Dag and the Ateshgah Fire Temple.
Explore Gobustan National Park, mud volcanos, and Ateshgah (Fire Temple) on a full-day tour from Baku that blends ancient human history with natural wonders. Without a pricey private car and driver, reaching all three sites in a single day would be a daunting challenge; this cost-effective group tour takes care of logistics so you can focus on magnificent rock carvings, eruptions of thick mud, and a fiery religious pilgrimage place.
Discover diverse attractions across the Absheron peninsula on this full-day tour from Baku, with round-trip transfer from your hotel ensuring easy access to several off-road sites. Get up close to mud volcanoes in the Gobustan National Park, explore the Bibi Heybat Mosque and Ateshgah Temple, and see the Yanar Dag flames first-hand. The small-group tour size ensures an intimate experience, with admission fees and lunch included for a hassle-free trip.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Baku for a few hours as you embark on a half-day tour of two of Azerbaijan’s most popular attractions. Your first stop is the Gobustan Rock Art Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which features petroglyphs that date back to 40,000 years ago. Then, climb aboard a Soviet-era 4x4 vehicle to see dozens of bubbling mud volcanoes before heading back to Baku.
Escape the bustle of the capital on this full-day gastronomy tour to the Savalan Valley, famous for its local wines. Enjoy four exclusive wine tastings at Savalan ASPI Winery, plus admission to an on-site wine museum. Tours also include a stop in scenic Nohur Lake for a tea and baklava along the way, plus a tasty lunch in a local restaurant.
Spend a day in the vineyards at a local winery in Shamakhi. Find out how grapes are harvested and pressed into wine and watch the wine-making process in action. After a day exploring the vineyard and sampling the grapes and wine, head to Meysari village for a traditional lunch with a local family.
9:00 – pick up from any address within Baku
11:00 – be at winery in Shamakhi
13:00 – finish with winery, have local lunch
14:15 – leave to winery in Aghsu
15:00 – be at wine factory , have wine tasting (including Pomegranate wine)
17:00 – finish with winery and leave to Shato Monolit guesthouse
18:00 – check in Shato Monolit Guesthouse
19:00 – dinner and overnight in Shato monolit Guesthouse (at winery)
8:30 – breakfast
9:30 – check out from Guesthouse
10:00 – leave to Savalan
11:00 – be at Savalan – vineyards, wine cellar, wine tasting with snacks
13:00 – finish with winery
13:15 – local lunch
14:15 – leave to Baku
18:00 – be in Baku
In this 3 in 1 tour, we will visit the soul of Baku, walk through historical streets and taste special & local cuisine.
There are some cases in the life that you wanna live them again and in this food tasting tour you will accurately feel the same.
Our tour will introduce you the unique characteristics of Azerbaijani grapes, while exploring the wine factory that uses unique technologies to present the international world red and white wines of Azerbaijan. Discover the taste of Azerbaijani wine and dive deep into the wine making process with us. . You'll also learn about the wine making history of Azerbaijan from prehistoric times through Soviet Union to the present time. If you want to taste exclusive pomegranate wine of Azerbaijan, this tour is for you.
Discover Baku wine bars on a private tour featuring three of the city’s best spots for tasting local wine. With an included snack and glass of wine at each stop, you’ll sample Azerbaijan’s red, white, and pomegranate wines. It’s a great introduction to Baku nightlife for wine-lovers, and you’ll enjoy personal service from a private tour guide.
Shirvan Wines winery (also known as "Meisari") is one of the youngest in Azerbaijan and the first in the country recognized by the EU certificate as a producer of organic products. The first 40 hectares of vineyards were sown only in 2014, and the first harvest was obtained in 2017. Now this territory has increased to 310 hectares, where there is already a museum, a restaurant and a guest house built for wine tours. "Meisari" is a short drive from Shamakhi. Tours here include tasting 6 types of organic wine created from an original combination of French grape varieties, but their number will increase after the grapes of Caucasian varieties ripen in newly planted vineyards.
Experience a culinary journey in Baku as a local would normally enjoy at any time during the day or even late evening. Taste some local food, starting from qutab. Delicious thinly rolled dough that is cooked briefly on a convex griddle known as saj, you may have it with meat or greens. Every part of Azerbaijan has its own special type of qutab. The one we offer is from Baku. The next snack will be doner. Locals are having doner while walking and even shopping.
That's is what we will be doing. We will passing through the center of Baku where almost all buildings are build at least 100 years ago during oil boom. You may take gorgeous photos of long walking area then turning to the actual F1 track area. After reaching Four Seasons Baku we will use an underground pass and find ourselves at the Baku Boulevard. Now, we offer you a cup of Azerbaijani tea with lemon and sugar cube. Tea time is when the local is spending his one of the best moments in life with friends and families.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
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