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Azerbaijan Tours and Holidays 2017/2018

A trip to Azerbaijan might not be on your typical travel bucket list, but it certainly should be. Nestled between Armenia and the Caspian Sea, this former Soviet Republic offers more than just a colorful and intense past. While holidaying in Azerbaijan, you will see the medieval walled cities, century ...

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Highlights
  • Azerbaijan's cosmopolitan capital of Baku is often referred to as the 'new Dubai'. Enjoy a guided walking tour around the city's World Heritage-listed Old Town
  • The Caucasus Mountains will take your breath away, thanks to its mud volcanoes, ancient mosques, lush forests and tall peaks
  • Enjoy lunch with a local family where you'll sample delicious homemade food, wine and Georgian grape water 'Chacha'
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  • Starts/Ends Baku/Tbilisi
  • Operator Intrepid Travel Active 13 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
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Azerbaijan - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

A trip to Azerbaijan might not be on your typical travel bucket list, but it certainly should be. Nestled between Armenia and the Caspian Sea, this former Soviet Republic offers more than just a colorful and intense past. While holidaying in Azerbaijan, you will see the medieval walled cities, century old architecture, and an incredible cultural heritage. Between mud volcanoes, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the largest salty lake on the planet, a Silk Road, and the Land of Fire, there’s no way you could possibly get bored in this medieval wonderland.

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the Icheri Sheher (Old City), also known as a “fortress”, located in Azerbaijan’s capital city, Baku.
  • Check out the Caspian Sea before you leave, and get a chance to bathe in the world’s largest salty lake.
  • The Great Silk Road passed through Sheki City, in Azerbaijan. For centuries, merchants marched through here to trade and sell their products. Studies show that Sheki might have been one of the first settlement sites of the Caucasus.
  • Walk through the capital city of Baku, and get an insight look into the culture and heritage of Azerbaijan.

Travel Tips

  • Azerbaijan is known for having 9 ecological climates. So, whatever you’re in the mood for, you can bet that Azerbaijan will have it.
  • Getting around by car could be difficult, as many of Azerbaijan’s roads are unpaved and unregulated. However, buses, minibuses, and taxis connect most cities in Azerbaijan.
  • English is spoken in most touristy places in Azerbaijan. Their official language is Azeri, a close relative to Turkish.
  • Azerbaijan’s currency is the New Azerbaijani Manat, or Yeni Manat. You can exchange manat while in Azerbaijan; however, keep in mind that import and export of their currency is strictly forbidden.

Azerbaijan has seasonal weather so please do check up on best time to visit Azerbaijan before planning your tour.

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