Baku Original Walking Free Tour

Overview Baku Original Walking Free Tour highlights the reflection of Baku’s past and hear about oil barons and their quest for personal glory and fame along the streets Ali&Nino used to walk in the Old City and Istiglaliyyet street  (Independence). You will also get acquainted with social, cultural, political aspect of every-day life in Baku on the…

Baku Downtown Walking Free Tour

Overview In Baku Downtown Walking Free Tour you explore social-cultural-leasure heart of the city centre of Baku that labelled as “Tarqovı” (Nizami street) and learn about exquisite stories of love and hatred, rise and fall, happiness and tragedy, turmoil and tranquillity, contrast and harmony from confluent lifes of oil barons and everyday people. You will…

Baku by Night Free Tour

Overview Explore the very best of Baku’s panoramic view from upland park, waterfront promenade, urban life, most known pub&cafe streets in the city centre and hear stories that keeps every bricks in walls of the city alive. When: Every night at 19:00 PM. However, booking is required. Meeting point: In front of Pizza Hut at Fountains Square…

Day Trip to Khinalug, Guba

Overview: In this day trip to Khinalug, Quba, one of the Azerbaijan’s highest mountain villages, you will explore life style of remote villagers in country side in 2350m altitude. Khinnalug is also considered one of most ancient and continuously inhabited places in Azerbaijan. You will have a chance visit Red Town (Qırmızı Qəsəbə or Krasnaya…

Gobustan and Mud Volcano Tour

OVERVIEW The Gobustan Museum of Petroglyphsis locates towards the south-east of the Great Caucasus mountain range. The museum exhibits rarest prehistoric rock drawings, petroglyphs, on the mountain ridge. It significantly allows you to get acquainted with life-style and activities of people from late Ice Age. There are also mud volcanoes in vicinity of the museum….

Ateshgah and Yanardag Tour

OVERVIEW Ateshgah Temple (trans. Fire Temple) is 17th-19th century temple was built by Hindu and Zoroastrian worshipers and traveller, and was regularly visited place for fire-worshipers in Surakhany. People of hinduism and zoroastrianism would go on a pilgrimage to this place. However, it operates as only museum currently. During late 19th and warly 20th centuries,…