Discover the sights of Baku during a private tour of the city. Just book online for your own personal group, then leave your hotel for a tour of the city’s standout sites. You’ll visit Highland Park for views of Baku’s landmark buildings, then head into Baku Old Town to hear the history behind its mosques and museums. Choose to enter the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, if you wish; entry is extra, but the well-preserved artifacts inside make the admission fee worth the expense.
The ideal tour for travelers short on time, this half-day excursion to Gobustan National Park covers Azerbaijan’s iconic mud volcanoes in just a few hours. Listen to live onboard commentary as you travel comfortably from Baku in an air-conditioned minivan, with round-trip hotel transfers included. You’ll also get a peek at top sights in the capital, including Maiden and Tower Bibi-Heybat Mosque.
Take a tour of Baku by night, and discover the city’s contemporary architecture, illuminated monuments, and traditional food. After starting in Baku Old City for a traditional Azerbaijan dinner, you’ll hop in a minivan for a panoramic nighttime tour of the sights. Look out for highlights such as the Maiden’s Tower and the city walls, and enjoy photo stops at the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center and Upland Park as you learn about the city from a local guide.
Baku city tour that covers the top attractions in the city of Wind. You will see famous squares and monuments from the comfort of your air-conditioned vehicle with commentary of a professional local guide. At Highland Park, your sightseeing tour across the Baku will start. Take a fresh breeze of the Caspian Sea and take incredible panoramic views of illuminated Baku and admire the miraculous architectural mix of east and west contrasts.Next,the Carpet Museum “ City of Flying carpets” (the first of its kind in the world), where you can see examples of Azerbaijan’s seven schools of weaving. You will proceed to the National Flag Square, and then ,along the Baku Boulevard you will see Little Venice, the Government house,Baku Ferris Wheel ,also known as Baku Eye you can enjoy panoramic views of Baku Flame Towers. The final destination will be Heydar Aliyev Center-one of the most beautiful building in the world, designed by English Iragi architect Zaha Hadid.
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.
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.
Travel into the Azerbaijan mountains from Baku on a full-day tour that explores Shamakhi and Qabala. Without your own transport reaching the two remote destinations from Baku would be a challenge, but pre-booking a cost-effective group adventure takes the hassle out of the journey; less time spent on logistics buys you more time to discover Azerbaijani food, walk by a mountain lake, and check out alpine scenery.
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 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.
Explore the mountainous Guba region of Azerbaijan during this full-day tour. Drive through the countryside of Azerbaijan and stop at Beshbarmag Dag—the ‘Five-Fingered Mountain—and a few remote villages on the way to Guba. Then, visit one of Europe’s highest villages, Khinalug, set atop the Lesser Caucasus mountains at 2,335 meters. Take in the beautiful scenery and learn a bit about the history of the region before heading back to Baku.
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.
Experience more of Azerbaijan when you’re short on time with this full-day tour from Baku to the mountain destinations of Gabala and Sheki. Travel from Baku up into the Greater Caucasus mountains and upon reaching Gabala, admire the scenery at Lake Nohur and the Yeddi Gozel Falls. Continue on to Sheki to see historic attractions such as the Palace of Shaki Khans and the Church of Kish.
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 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.
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.
Baku is a surprisingly mysterious city to discover, even at night time. The capital city that magically transforms at night. Once the sun goes down, this modern city truly dazzles. Each building in the centre shines in its unique light. Enjoy our unforgettable city tour during the night and be inspired by numerous lights and decorations.
See a gorgeous landscape of pink and white–striped rock formations at Candy Cane Mountain on a half-day trip from Baku. Coordinating transport to the rural area can be a challenge, but this excursion takes care of logistics with door-to-door transport from your location. That means you can relax on the way to the fossil-rich mountains outside Altyaghach National Park.
Unless you’re an archaeologist, you probably won’t know the impressive history that lies just outside of Baku. This tour takes you to four natural sites in just one day, with your guide uncovering layers of ancient history dating back 1000 or more years. You’ll have private transportation all day, allowing you the flexibility to stay as long as you like at each site you visit.
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''.
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
No need to worry about how much your taxi is going to cost or waiting in line to get one with this private airport transfer from Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Baku. Meet your driver, who will be holding your name on a sign, at the airport exit and travel directly to your accommodation in or near the center of Baku.
See the sights beyond Baku on this half-day trip to UNESCO-listed rock carvings of Gobustan, the region’s mud volcanoes, Ateshgah Fire Temple, and the "burning mountain of" Yanar Dag. Perfect if you don’t have a full day free, this express tour starts early and packs in all the landmarks of the region with minimum fuss. You’ll travel by SUV or minivan, listen to commentary about each site from a guide, and return to Baku in the early afternoon.
Make greater use of your time in Baku sightseeing and discover what the city is like at night on this private tour of the city. Travel around the city by car as your guide takes you to attractions including the Baku Old City, Highland Park, and Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center where you’ll get to see what they’re like illuminated at night and learn more about Baku in the process.
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