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Plan your vacation in advance by prebooking tickets to the Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum in Baku. The ticket grants you access to exhibitions focusing on the history of Azerbaijani carpets, various carpet weaving schools and styles, and contemporary carpet weaving—all housed inside a purpose-built museum building resembling a rolled-up carpet.
See the ancient art of Neolithic people at the Gobastan Rock Museum and watch the mud gurgle at a volcano on this half day tour that takes you out of Baku into the heart of Azerbaijan. Spend around 5 hours on this tour with your guide learning the fascinating history of the Stone Age petroglyphs found in Gobastan and the natural phenomena of the mud volcanoes.
Experience one of Baku’s must-see attractions and absorb aerial views of the Azerbaijani capital with a ride on the Baku Eye Ferris wheel. Spot city landmarks and gaze out over the Caspian Sea on a relaxed rotation, ideal for couples and families. Secure your admission before you travel with advanced booking, and benefit from extended daily opening to visit at a time that suits you.
Visit Gobustan National Park and mud volcanos from Baku on a private tour that coordinates transport, admission tickets, and guided visits. With the logistics taken care of, you can focus on a day that blends ancient human history with volcanic power: the park’s thousands of rock engravings are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while the bubbling mud volcanos are an otherworldly natural phenomenon.
Visit the Burning Mountain of Yanar Dag. Fed by the natural gas seeping from beneath the mountain stone, fires in the area have been burning for hundreds of years, recorded by Marco Polo and later, Alexandre Dumas. Exchange your voucher ahead of time at the tour office for admission ticket to Yanar Dag.
Secure your entry to Ateshgah, also called Suraxani Fire Temple or the “Fire Temple of Baku,” with this pre-booked admission ticket. That leaves more time for a stress-free exploration of the fortress-like place of worship, which has been declared a historical and architectural reserve by decree of the Azerbaijan president.
Visit the mysterious Maiden Tower in the Old City of Baku. Different historians date the monument to different time periods, but it is generally agreed to be at least from the 12th century, if not older. The purpose of the round tower is also debated, the unusual architecture unlike anything else still standing in the city.
Visually stunning from the outside, Azerbaijan’s Heydar Aliyev Center is equally amazing on the inside. Tour the museum, gallery, and auditorium at this Baku landmark on your own time to learn about Azerbaijan culture and history. Tickets are dropped off at your Baku hotel, leaving you free to visit whenever it’s most convenient.
Tick off two of Azerbaijan's top sights on this double-duty guided tour, which covers archaeology-packed Gobustan along with the mud volcanoes, an UNESCO-listed natural landmark. Get a close-up peek at thousands-year-old stone paintings and fellow in the footsteps of ancient cavemen. Tours include door-to-door pickup and drop-off in a private vehicle.
Cover thousands of years of Azerbaijani history on this guided visit to two of the country’s most unique attractions, Gobustan National Park and the UNESCO-listed Mud Volcanos. Follow in the footsteps of ancient cavemen, getting a close-up peek at ancient animal paintings and archaeological excavations. Then, tour the squelchy natural attractions in a vintage Lada car, with the option to bring home a bag of souvenir mud.
Known for its rock carvings and mud volcanoes, Gobustan National Park is a must-see, but getting there isn’t easy, with public transport stopping short of the petroglyphs and the mud volcanoes situated off-road. Take the stress out of travel with a private excursion that includes museum entry, a tour of the petroglyphs and the mud volcanoes, and brief stop-offs at Bibi-Heybat Mosque and the Heydar Aliyev Center.
See the fascinating geography and historical record on display at Gobustan (Qobustan) National Park. Reserved by the government as protected land to preserve the unique features of the area, the park is best known for the petroglyphs found there. Located roughly 40 miles (64.4 kilometers) southwest of Baku, the park is a must-see site for anyone interested in human prehistory.
This tour is for the people who really want to know how a little town with 7000 residents became the biggest city in the region, the hometown of many well-known personalities, culture & financial center
It is a unique option for independent travellers and worldwide tour organising companies who do not have an office in Azerbaijan. We know the best deals and hotels prices in this country and by purchasing this service you will get advice on hotel deal, tours choosing depending on the season. Before your client's arrival, we'll make a WhatsApp chatting and this is when you can tell us about your priorities and expectations. After this, we'll exchange emails and our expert come up with a proposed plan and a budget. Once you are satisfied, we'll wait until your arrival. We can meet for the first time and sit together to review our plan. As you continue with your daily activities, we can meet again to review your progress and see if there are need for some changes to be made upon your request.
Practically we'll be your personal concierge all along.
Sometimes, having an out-of-town excursion planned for you is better than trying to figure out confusing logistics, especially when you don’t speak the local language. With this tour from Baku to Gobustan, everything is taken care of, including transportation, museum admission, and national park fees. Plus, you’ll have a guide who can show you around the Gobustan petroglyphs and museum, as well as the bubbling mud volcanoes.