On arrival at Baku, you will be met by our local representative. After a brief meet and greet at the airport, we proceed for Check-in at hotel. After freshening up at the hotel, proceed for Baku city tour.
We shall begin the sightseeing tour with a visit to Haydar Aliyev Center. It is a stunning modern building with a number of museums and landmark of contemporary Baku. Afterwards, we will visit Ateshgah. It is a castle-like religious temple in Surakhany town. Here we will visit the Temple of Fire. This sanctuary of eternal fire was built in the 17th century on the site of the oldest temple of the Zoroastrians. Ancient exhibits, located in the cells of Hindu and Zoroastrian hermits, will tell you how these ancient world religions were practiced. The next stop of the tour will be Yanardag, the Burning Mountain. The eternal natural fire, flashing from the depths of the mountain over millions of years, is a unique natural phenomenon. The fiery line surrounding the foot of the summit will give the impression of a country of lights and leave unforgettable memories of the tour.
Overnight stay at hotel in Baku.
After breakfast at the hotel,. proceed to Qabala in Azerbaijan by drive. Qabala is situated on the Shaki-Zakatala zone’s land, nearly on the border between Dagestan and Georgia. Near the present-day city of Qabala are the remains of an ancient city that dates back roughly 2000 years.
On the way, you will have a stop at Shamakhi Juma Mosque that is built-in 743 which is the most ancient known mosque in the Caucasus region. Tthe structure is a fabulous example of Islamic Architecture and Margraf’s marble floors awake memories of the ancient Muslim décors and geometrical designs; in particular, the ornament underneath the central cupola representing a flower with twelve petals made in Azul Bahia, is used all around the wall edges of the adjacent halls as in a Greek key border.
In Qabala, we will begin the tour with a visit to the beautiful Nohur Lake. Apart from the natural beauty, you can enjoy various activities here, such as horse riding and boating. Afterwards, we will visit Yeddi Gozel Waterfall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Azerbaijan. You can see two of the seven-stage waterfall’s stages from below, and you must climb some stairs, which demands some physical stamina, to see the remaining five. Water from various valleys generates this cascade, which has seven stages. Next on the tour is a visit to Tufandagh Winter & Summer Resort. At the resort, take a cable car to the top of the mountain to see the spectacular beauty of the region. if conditions allow, you can also try skiing here.
Afterwards, we return back to Baku for overnight stay.
After breakfast, visit and survey the monumental, historical and architectural monuments of the city, including: Survey of a medieval part of city “Icheri Sheher” (Inner City).
We shall begin the city tour with a visit to the magnificent Maiden Tower. Given that it is one of the country’s most recognisable national symbols, it can be seen on official letterheads as well as Azerbaijani currency notes. Next, we shall visit the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum which is the first specialised museum of carpets in the world. About 14,000 traditional carpets, embroideries, garments, copper artworks, jewellery art, as well as modern pieces of glass, wood, and felt are included in its collection. Later, visit to Martyrs’ Lane (Shehidler Khiyabany), a touching memorial to Azerbaijanis who have perished in fighting, it also provides a beautiful view of the Caspian Sea coastline and Flame Towers. During the tour, we will also go on a stroll to the National Seaside Park and Little Venice. One of Baku’s most popular tourist destinations, Little Venice is made up of man-made waterways. This building’s construction began in the year 1960, and it was expanded in the year 2012. Some of the waterways of Little Venice are dotted with islands, which are again connected by stone bridges to allow free circulation of gondolas.
Overnight Stay at the hotel in Baku.
This day is free for your leisure in Baku.
You can spend the day at the Shopping mall in the later half of the day. Baku’s retail sector is so established that the city hosts a month-long shopping festival twice a year. Baku offers a variety of shopping options, including large shopping malls, tiny local specialty shops, and flea markets. The majority of visitors are interested in more than one of those possibilities, however we’ve compiled a list of the top shopping areas in the city for your convenience.
Overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and proceed to the Haydar Aliyev Airport to board our flight back to India.
Arrive home with pleasant memories of your Azerbaijan tour organised by State Express Global Voyages, which you will treasure for a lifetime.