Azerbaijan Tour Package from Dubai

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Do you want to take a vacation in a unique destination? If so, choose Azerbaijan Tour packages without a doubt, and get ready to take in all of Baku’s beauty. Azerbaijan, a country located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. With our tour packages from Dubai, you can explore this fascinating destination’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty. From ancient landmarks to modern cities, there’s something for everyone in Azerbaijan.

One of the top tourist destinations on the Caspian Sea is Baku, the largest city in Azerbaijan. The city of Baku is home to a variety of modern buildings in addition to numerous historical and cultural landmarks. A Panoramic Tour of Martyrs Your journey from Highland Park to the National Assembly, Milli Majlis, Flame Towers, Baku’s tallest skyscraper facing south on the Caspian Sea, the Inner City, the historical core of Azerbaijan’s capital Baku, Shirvanshas Palace, Unesconisami Street, a World Heritage Site and popular for shopping, Fire Fountains Square, and the city travels through small and large islands like the “Little Venice” of Baku Boulevard, will take about an hour. 

The historical Juma Mosque can be seen on the way to Kabala on the second day when you have the chance to visit it. The Nokhur Lake and Waterfall, as well as other points of interest in the Gabala vicinity, are accessible from here. The ruins of Kabalaka (Chuhur Gabala), which were mentioned in historical sources dating back to the first century, can also be found not far from the city centre. 

On the third day, the well-preserved Ateshgah (‘fireplace’) temple at Surakhani enriches your journey. Later, you can take a trip to the Absheron Peninsula’s Yanardag Mountain. You’ll experience a new sense of sight when you see Yanar Dag, a natural gas source that is perpetually burning on a hillside on the Absheron Peninsula of the Caspian Sea. The tour of Baku concludes with a stop at the Heydar Aliyev Centre, a 57,500-square-meter building complex that is thought to be an outstanding example of contemporary architecture design. Tripfinder provides specific travel information for the Azerbaijan tour package from Dubai.


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Day wise tour plan for a Trip to Azerbaijan from Dubai

  • Arrive in Baku, be met by a representative, and then be taken to your hotel.
  • Then, start exploring the city. Our itinerary begins with a panoramic tour. The National Assembly, also known as Milli Majlis, the Flame Towers—the tallest skyscraper in Baku, Highland Park—the Alley of Martyrs—stroll along the south-facing bay of the Caspian Sea’s Baku Boulevard.
  • The customary route begins at Freedom Square and travels west to the Old City and beyond. The length of the Yeni Bulvar (New Boulevard) has nearly doubled since 2012, reaching 3.75 km.
  • The historical centre of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, is known as the Old City or Inner City. The Old City, the oldest area of Baku, is well-protected by walls around its perimeter. In 2007, there were about 3000 people living in the Old City. The Shirvanshah Palace and Maiden Tower in Baku’s Old City were among the first places in Azerbaijan to be recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites in December 2000.
  • Nizami Street is a popular shopping area. It is possible to trace the history of the street back to Baku’s town planning project in 1864. From west to east, the street passes through the centre of the city. It begins on Abdulla Shaig Street in the mountainous region of the city and ends at a railroad bed on Sabit Orujov Street, not far from a monument to Shah Ismail Khatai in Black City.  The street measures 3,538 meters in total length.
  • Fountains Square is a public space in the heart of Baku, the nation’s capital. Previously known as the Parapet, the square is frequently referred to by that name today. The name “Fountains Square” refers to the numerous fountains that are present there and were first built when Azerbaijan was ruled by the Soviet Union. The square is a popular gathering spot for the general public, especially after work and on weekends.
  • Visit the 1960-built small town of “Little Venice” on Baku Boulevard. There are several small and two large islands in the town.
  • Leaving your hotel in Baku early in the morning, travelling to Gabala for a sightseeing tour after breakfast.
  • You will have the opportunity to visit the historical Juma Mosque on the way to Qabala.
  • The Gabala tour will begin with a cityscape. From here, you can also visit other interesting places and attractions in the Gabala area, such as Lake Nokhur and the Seven Beauty waterfall. Apart from its natural attractions, Gabala is regarded as one of Azerbaijan’s oldest cities. The ancient town ruins of Kabalaka (Chuhur Gabala), which are 15 kilometres from the city centre, are the main attraction in Gabala. You will have the opportunity to visit this renowned location, which was the capital of Caucasian Albania for 600 years and was mentioned in historical sources from the first century.
  • A hotel room in Baku for the night


  • After taking breakfast, set out on an all-day Absheron and Gobustan tour that includes stops at the Fire Mountain and the Fire Temple.
  • We will visit the 3D museums and rock arts in the Gobustan National Park following lunch.
  • A trip to the Mud Volcanoes in Lada cars
  • Get to know them at the Fire Worshippers’ Temple. Ateshgah (“the fire place”) in Surakhany is the fire temple that has been preserved well. The temple was constructed over a natural gas pocket that fed a vent that provided an “eternal” fire. Visit “Fire Mountain,” also known as “Yanardag,” which is located on the Absheron peninsula, 25 kilometres north of Baku. Yanardag means “Blazing Mountain” in its literal sense. Flames dance across the floor and on the stones.
  • Near Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, which is also known as the “land of fire,” on the Absheron Peninsula in the Caspian Sea, there is a natural gas fire called Yanar Dag that burns continuously.
  • The Heydar Aliyev Centre, a 57,500 m2 building complex in Baku, Azerbaijan, designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, is the next stop on tour. It is renowned for its distinctive architecture and flowing, curved style that avoids sharp angles. The centre bears Heydar Aliyev’s name. From 1969 to 1982, he held the position of first secretary of the Soviet Union. From October 1993 to October 2003, he presided over the Azerbaijan Republic.
  • Spend the night at a hotel in Baku.

After a memorable trip, have breakfast at the hotel and check out.



Azerbaijan Tour Package Inclusions:

  • Air tickets : Ex AUH, SHJ, DXB
  • 20 Kg baggage
  • Accommodation
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • 3N Stay at Krone Hotel Baku or Similar
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Gabala Tour
  • Baku City Tour
  • Ateshgah Temple
  • Yanardag Burning Mountain
  • Sightseeing & transfers on PVT



Tour Packages to Azerbaijan from Dubai


Azerbaijan, located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is a unique destination that offers a blend of cultures, history, and natural beauty. The country is known for its picturesque landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and vibrant nightlife. In recent years, Azerbaijan has become a popular tourist destination, and people worldwide are flocking to this beautiful country. For tourists from Dubai, numerous tour packages are available to explore Azerbaijan and its wonders.


Azerbaijan is a country that has something for everyone, from the beautiful architecture of its cities to the stunning natural landscapes of its mountains and forests. For those looking to explore the country’s history and culture, there are numerous museums, historic sites, and landmarks to visit. Some popular tourist attractions include the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, the Maiden Tower, and the Heydar Aliyev Center. These sites offer a glimpse into Azerbaijan’s rich history and cultural heritage.


One of the best ways to explore Azerbaijan is by taking a guided tour. Many tour packages are available that cater to the needs of different types of travelers. For those who want to explore the country’s history and culture, there are cultural tours that take visitors to historic sites, museums, and landmarks. These tours are led by knowledgeable guides who provide visitors with information about the sites and their significance.


For those who want to explore the natural beauty of Azerbaijan, some tours take visitors to the country’s mountains, forests, and lakes. These tours offer visitors the chance to hike, trek, and explore the beautiful landscapes of Azerbaijan. The country’s natural beauty is breathtaking, and these tours provide an unforgettable experience for those who love nature.


Azerbaijan is a country that has gained popularity among tourists in recent years due to its rich culture, history, and natural beauty. It is located in the South Caucasus region and offers a unique blend of European and Asian influences. Dubai, on the other hand, is known for its luxurious lifestyle and extravagant tourism experiences. Therefore, it is not surprising that many people from Dubai are interested in exploring Azerbaijan. In this article, we will discuss tour packages to Azerbaijan from Dubai.


Many tour packages are available for people who want to travel from Dubai to Azerbaijan. These packages are designed to provide a hassle-free travel experience, including everything from flights to accommodation and transportation. Let’s look at some of the popular tour packages to Azerbaijan from Dubai.


1.Baku City Tour Package: Baku is the capital city of Azerbaijan and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. This tour package includes visiting the Old City of Baku, a UNESCO World Heritage site. You will also get to visit the Flame Towers, one of Baku’s most iconic landmarks. The package includes accommodation in a hotel in Baku and transportation to and from the airport.


2.Azerbaijan Discovery Tour Package: This package is designed for people who want to explore Azerbaijan beyond Baku. It includes visits to other cities and towns in the country, such as Sheki, Gobustan, and Gabala. You will see historical landmarks and natural wonders and experience the local culture. The package includes accommodation in different cities and transportation between them.



3.Azerbaijan Adventure Tour Package:

If you are looking for an adventurous tour package, this one is for you. It includes activities such as hiking, horse riding, and paragliding. You will get to explore the beautiful mountains and landscapes of Azerbaijan. The package includes accommodation in tents or local guesthouses and transportation to different locations.



4.Azerbaijan Luxury Tour Package: This tour package is perfect for those who want a luxury travel experience. It includes stays in some of the best hotels in Azerbaijan, private tours, and exclusive experiences such as a private boat tour on the Caspian Sea. You will also get to enjoy fine dining and spa treatments. The package includes transportation and accommodation.


5.Azerbaijan Food Tour Package: Azerbaijan is known for its delicious cuisine, and this tour package is designed to give you a taste of it. You can try local dishes such as plov, dolma, and kebab. The package includes visits to local markets and restaurants, cooking classes, and food tastings. The package includes accommodation and transportation.

When choosing a tour package to Azerbaijan from Dubai, it is important to consider your interests, budget, and time available for travel. Most tour packages range from three to seven days, and the cost varies depending on the inclusions and level of luxury.


Experience the Best of Azerbaijan with Our Tour Packages from Dubai

Explore the rich history and culture of Baku.


Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, is a must-visit destination for history and culture enthusiasts. With our tour packages, you can explore the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and discover the ancient Maiden Tower and Palace of the Shirvanshahs. You can also visit the modern Flame Towers, a symbol of the city’s rapid development and growth. Take advantage of the opportunity to experience the unique blend of old and new in Baku.

Our Azerbaijan tour packages from Dubai offer a comprehensive itinerary that includes visits to all the major attractions in Baku. You can stroll through the narrow streets of the Old City and marvel at the intricate architecture of the ancient buildings. The Maiden Tower, a 12th-century monument, is a must-visit for history buffs. You can climb to the top of the tower and enjoy panoramic views of the city.


Take a trip to the stunning Gobustan National Park.

All our tour packages can be customized to your requiremtents and if you wish to add or remove any of the day tours or activity, we can always help you customize the tour plan. Our tour packages from Dubai also include visiting the breathtaking Gobustan National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to ancient rock art, mud volcanoes, and stunning natural landscapes. You can explore the park on foot or take a guided tour to learn about the history and geology of the area. Remember to bring your camera to capture the stunning views of the Caspian Sea and surrounding mountains. A trip to Gobustan National Park is necessary for nature lovers and adventure seekers.


In addition to Azerbaijan’s cultural and historical attractions, our tour packages from Dubai also offer the opportunity to explore the country’s natural beauty. Gobustan National Park is a prime example of this, with its unique geological features and stunning vistas. The park is home to over 6,000 rock engravings dating back to the Stone Age and mud volcanoes that bubble and spew mud and gas. You can also hike through the park’s rugged terrain, taking in the breathtaking views of the Caspian Sea and surrounding mountains. So whether you’re a nature lover or simply looking for an adventure, a trip to Gobustan National Park will surely be a highlight of your Azerbaijan tour package from Dubai. If this is not part of your package you can talk to our consultant; they will help you add this to your preferred tour package from Dubai.


Visit the picturesque Sheki and its famous Palace of Sheki Khans.

One of the highlights of our tour packages from Dubai is a visit to the charming town of Sheki (If this is not of the package, you may choose to add this, additional charges will be applicable). Located in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, Sheki is known for its beautiful architecture, traditional crafts, and delicious cuisine. The town’s most famous landmark is the Palace of Sheki Khans, a stunning example of 18th-century Azerbaijani architecture. The palace features intricate wood carvings, colourful stained glass windows, and beautiful frescoes. You can also explore the town’s bazaar, where you can find handmade carpets, silk scarves, and other traditional crafts. A visit to Sheki is necessary for anyone interested in Azerbaijani culture and history.


Our Azerbaijan tour packages from Dubai offer a unique opportunity to explore the picturesque town of Sheki and its famous Palace of Sheki Khans. This stunning example of 18th-century Azerbaijani architecture is a must-see for anyone interested in history and culture. The palace features intricate wood carvings, colourful stained glass windows, and beautiful frescoes, all of which will leave you in awe. In addition to the palace, you can also explore the town’s bazaar, where you can find handmade carpets, silk scarves, and other traditional crafts. With its beautiful architecture, traditional crafts, and delicious cuisine, Sheki is a true gem of Azerbaijan. Take advantage of this unforgettable experience – book your tour package today! to book and customize, you may contact us through what’s app or call and talk to our travel consultants.


Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Caucasus Mountains.

Our tour packages from Dubai (Or this tour can be added upon request) offer a unique opportunity to experience the stunning natural beauty of the Caucasus Mountains. The region is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts with its snow-capped peaks, lush forests, and crystal-clear lakes. You can take a scenic drive through the mountains, stopping to admire the breathtaking views and take photos. Or, if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can go hiking, mountain biking, or even paragliding. Whatever your interests, our tour packages from Dubai have something for everyone.


One of the highlights of our Azerbaijan tour packages from Dubai is a visit to the stunning Shahdag National Park. Located in the heart of the Caucasus Mountains, this park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including rare and endangered species. You can take a guided hike through the park to admire the wildflowers, waterfalls, and panoramic views. Or, if you prefer a more leisurely pace, you can take a scenic drive through the park, stopping at lookout points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Whatever your preference, our tour packages from Dubai offer a unique opportunity to experience the natural beauty of Azerbaijan and the Caucasus Mountains.


Indulge in delicious Azerbaijani cuisine and local hospitality.

Azerbaijan is known for its delicious cuisine and warm hospitality. Our tour packages from Dubai include visits to local restaurants where you can sample traditional Azerbaijani dishes like plov (rice pilaf), dolma (stuffed grape leaves), and kebabs. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet local people and learn about their culture and way of life. Our experienced guides will ensure that you have an authentic and unforgettable experience in Azerbaijan (If a guided tour is not part of the package, you may choose to explore the cities on your own, or you can book a guided tour of markets to taste the delicious cuisines of Azerbaijan).


If you’re a foodie, you will want to take advantage of the chance to indulge in Azerbaijani cuisine. The country’s location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia has resulted in a unique blend of flavours and ingredients. One must-try dish is plov, a rice pilaf that is often served with meat, vegetables, and spices. Another popular dish is dolma, which consists of grape leaves stuffed with rice, herbs, and sometimes meat. And, of course, only visit to Azerbaijan would be complete with trying the kebabs, which are grilled skewers of meat or vegetables. But it’s not just about the food – Azerbaijani hospitality is legendary, and you’ll be welcomed with open arms wherever you go. Our tour packages from Dubai are designed to give you a taste of the local culture and cuisine, so you can truly experience all Azerbaijan has to offer.

Discover the Enchanting Beauty of Azerbaijan: Travel Packages from Dubai

Are you seeking a magical vacation spot that blends rich culture, ancient history, and stunning natural scenery? Take a look at Azerbaijan! This jewel of a nation, which is situated at the nexus of Europe and Asia, is a hidden gem just waiting to be found. Furthermore, you may set out on an enthralling vacation to Azerbaijan with our exclusive travel packages from Dubai. The ancient, enigmatic, and exotic elements of Azerbaijan—also known as the Land of Fire—combine with the friendly natives’ ability to win over visitors. After the price of oil dropped, the government recently made it simpler to go to Azerbaijan by adopting an electronic visa (eVisa). Experience Baku, the nation’s capital, and its UNESCO-listed Old City, as well as its spectacular modern architecture, to fully appreciate its rich past. Visit the enigmatic mysteries of Gobustan National Park, which include mud volcanoes and old rock engravings. Admire the tranquil serenity of Lake Goygol and the untouched beauty of the Caucasus Mountains. Enjoy the lively native food, which highlights the Silk Road’s tastes.

At Tripfinder, we work hard to compile one-of-a-kind and amazing travel adventures. Our travel bundles from Dubai to Azerbaijan are created to satisfy all of your requirements, guaranteeing a smooth and enjoyable vacation. Pack your luggage and be ready to be mesmerized by Azerbaijan’s captivating beauty.



Why choose Azerbaijan for your next travel destination?

Travelling to Azerbaijan is an exceptional experience. It has plenty to offer every kind of tourist due to its extensive history, varied culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. Azerbaijan has something for everyone, whether they are history buffs, thrill seekers, or foodies. The long history of Azerbaijan is one of the key arguments in favour of making it your next tourist destination. The nation is the site of ancient civilizations and has historically been shaped by several empires. The UNESCO-listed Old City in Baku, the nation’s capital, provides evidence of Azerbaijan’s historical importance. You can sense the weight of history and become immersed in historical tales as you stroll through the Old City’s winding pathways.


Oil prices have increased, which has boosted Azerbaijan’s economy and caused the Manat’s value to decline to over 50% of what it was in 2015. Nowadays, travelling to Azerbaijan is inexpensive, with daily expenses including lodging, food, drink, entry fees, and entertainment seldom going beyond $60. Budget between $30 and $40 per day for travellers. For visitors from 100 different nations, the Azerbaijan eVisa has sped up, simplified, and reduced the cost of visa applications. The people of Azerbaijan are kind and open, and younger Azerbaijanis frequently provide hospitality.

Historical and cultural communities are created by the Caucasus Mountains, with Quba being a well-liked tourist attraction. The 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix featured the city’s lengthy, straight streets and drew Formula One stars from all around the world. Azerbaijan has a wide range of architectural styles, including contemporary Flame Towers and historical palaces and temples. The 20th-century residential complexes in the Walled City of Baku are a reflection of the city’s 20th-century architecture, but the city’s mediaeval and Islamic Azerbaijani architectural components are combined there. Azerbaijani identity and culture are fundamentally based on fire, and the 2012 Flame Towers honoured this history. In order to show warmth and welcome, Azerbaijanis execute long-standing rites involving tea. Wool has always been the most popular material used in Azerbaijani traditional carpet weaving, which dates back to antiquity. The culturally and linguistically varied Caucasus, which is close to Baku and contains steep gorges, ravines, and plains, separates eastern Europe from western Asia.


Travel packages from Dubai to Azerbaijan

Our trip packages’ flexibility and personalization are their main selling points. We recognise that every traveller’s interests are different, which is why we provide customizable choices for the length of your stay and the particular places you want to see. Our customised trips take into account your preferences, whether you’re drawn to Baku’s bustling vitality for a relaxed week or you long to discover the tranquil landscapes of Sheki and Gabala. By taking care of these necessities, we free you up to concentrate on savouring every second of your travel.


Our trip packages’ flexibility and personalization are their main selling points. We are aware that every traveller has different interests, which is why we provide you with the option of customising both the length of your stay and the particular places you want to see. Our customised trips take into account your preferences, whether you’re drawn to Baku’s bustling vitality for a relaxed week or you long to discover the tranquil landscapes of Sheki and Gabala. Our knowledgeable guides, who have first-hand knowledge of regional quirks, enrich your tour with their wealth of information. You’ll find Azerbaijan’s hidden treasures thanks to their knowledge. These assets offer the chance to create priceless experiences since they are intricately woven with the nation’s culture, history, and scenery.


Our travel packages from Dubai to Azerbaijan guarantee an extraordinary experience. We provide a seamless fusion of the charm of travel with careful planning, turning your trip into an exceptional adventure. Join us as we explore Azerbaijan’s splendor from the comfort of a well-thought-out vacation itinerary.


Exploring the cultural heritage of Azerbaijan


The culture of Azerbaijan is a mash-up of Caucasian, Persian, Turkish, and Russian traditions. The country’s rich cultural heritage is reflected in its architecture, art, music, and cuisine. Azerbaijan offers an impressive blending of the old and new, from ancient palaces and mosques to modern museums and art galleries.
The Old City of Baku, which has been recognised by UNESCO, is one of the must-see sights in Azerbaijan. This old neighbourhood is a labyrinth of little lanes, antique mosques, and fortified castles. You may take in the elaborate carvings on the buildings as you stroll along the cobblestone streets and feel the spirit of a bygone period. Photographers will love the panoramic views of the city that the Maiden Tower, a symbol of Baku, provides.


There are places in Azerbaijan that reflect its startling Jewish, German, and Polish heritages. The nation has a long history as a Silk Road trade station. The nation has a warm, accepting character that gives open-minded visitors many opportunities to consider the many ways that historical forces have moulded it. A significant portion of Azerbaijan’s population is Jewish, and signs of the nation’s Jewish heritage can be seen all over the place.


The Red Village, an all-Jewish community of roughly 3,000 people that is regarded as the last remaining shtetl in the whole globe, is one of the most noteworthy. Three synagogues may be found there, one of which serves as the Mountain Jewish Museum. One of the few synagogues that have been constructed in that region of the world over the past century, as well as one of the largest in Europe, is the Synagogue of Ashkenazi and Georgian Jews in Baku.


The Saint Helena Lutheran Church, the Goygol Winery, and Larissa Danilova’s private dining establishment are some of the German historical monuments in Azerbaijan. Visitors are also welcome in the house of the late Victor Klein, the final German resident of Goygol. More German architecture may be seen in Shamkir, where the Excelsior Hotel serves Brau beer that is produced in-house following Austrian methods.


The fast growth of Baku’s oil industry between the early 1870s and World War I, as well as Polish heritage sites, led to the creation of an eclectic mix of European architecture beyond the ancient mediaeval fortifications. Many of the new city’s most notable architectural features were the brainchild of Europeans, especially many Polish architects. One of these architectural highlights is the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences, a Venetian Gothic masterpiece created by Jozef Ploszko.


The main trade routes that comprised the Silk Road had a profound impact on the political, economic, and cultural development of the countries they passed through. Including foreign influences in its art, music, architecture, cuisine, and other areas, Azerbaijan was no exception. The Far East, Anatolia, Central Asia, Iran, and the Caucasus are all present in Azerbaijani cuisine today. Azerbaijani carpets are highly appreciated for their vibrant colours, intricate designs, and craftsmanship. They were trafficked all along the Silk Road.


The world’s greatest collection of Azerbaijani carpets is kept at the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum in Baku. The hub of the contemporary silk industry in Azerbaijan is the town of Basgal, a stopover on the Silk Road. Blacksmiths from Azerbaijan gained fame for their home utensils, weaponry, armour, tools, and other goods on the Silk Road. The Silk Road left behind many of the musical instruments that are being used in Azerbaijan today. In areas like Anatolia, Samarkand, and Iran, the architectural heritage of Azerbaijan may be observed. The caravanserais, which were constructed to house traders and travellers together with their products and animals, were a prominent aspect of Silk Road trading centres like Sheki in Azerbaijan.


Discovering the natural wonders of Azerbaijan


From the snow-capped heights of the Caucasus Mountains to the lush green lowlands and crystal-clear lakes, the country has something to offer nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Gobustan National Park, a UNESCO-listed national park, offers an amazing peek into ancient civilizations with its cromlech and hundreds of stick-figure stone sculptures that date back at least 12,000 years.. Additionally, gravestones and traces of human habitation may be found throughout the park. The spectacular scenery and breathtaking view of the azure Caspian waves are available to visitors. The majority of mud volcanoes in the world are found in Azerbaijan, with Garasu Volcano being the most well-known. Its strange surroundings and mud-spreading characteristics give visitors the impression that they are on the surface of the moon, earning it a place on the World List of Natural Sites of Tourist Attraction.


Must-visit cities and attractions in Azerbaijan

Highland Park in Baku is a must-see destination with breathtaking views of the city, the Flame Towers, and the Caspian Sea. The area is also referred to as “Viewing Square” because of the serenity and lack of tourists that it offers. Another attraction in Baku you must visit is the Heydar Mosque, which has long been a subject of debate among experts. The enigmatic Maiden Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is situated in the centre of Icherisheher (the Old City) and is said to have existed in the 12th century.


The Heydar Aliyev Centre is a fantastic site to learn about the history and culture of Azerbaijan thanks to captivating visual exhibits that reflect the country’s rich cultural and artistic progress over time. The previous president of the nation, Heydar Aliyev’s biography, may be explored, as well as the 12th-century castle walls. A tomb, mosque, burial vaults, and the remnants of a bathhouse are among the ancient structures that may be found inside the palace, along with the Palace of the Shirvanshahs.


Over 6,500 miniature books that Zarifa Salahova has acquired over the past 30+ years are on exhibit in the Museum of Miniature Books, which is close to the Palace of the Shirvanshahs. A small copy of the Quran, a Russian book that can only be seen with a magnifying lens, and the Azerbaijani Constitution (which Salahova herself produced) are among the more than 60 different volumes that are kept at this museum.


Another popular spot in Baku is Fountain Square, which has a tonne of restaurants, shops, cafés, and pubs. There are several activities there, like people-watching, shopping, and dining on local cuisine. This area is a great place to experience the best local food when visiting Baku because several of the city’s greatest restaurants are situated nearby. Baku Boulevard is a stunning coastal promenade with stunning urban views. A stroll along the lovely boulevard, which offers fresh sea air and seating for leisure, is one of the greatest things to do in Baku.


The Azerbaijan Carpet Museum, which is housed in a remarkable building fashioned to resemble a carpet, is another important attraction. This 1967-founded museum features several varieties of carpets from the 17th to the 21st centuries. In conclusion, Baku is a city that provides tourists with a range of attractions and experiences. The Museum of Miniature Books, the Maiden Tower, the Heydar Mosque, the Baku Boulevard, and Highland Park are all wonderful locations to discover and take in the colourful metropolis of Azerbaijan.


Experiencing the local cuisine and hospitality.

Azerbaijan is home to a number of additional cities and tourist destinations in addition to Baku. The majestic Caucasus Mountains are home to Sheki, a city with gorgeous architecture and a long history. The Palace of Sheki Khans, a masterpiece of 18th-century architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-see location in the city. Gabala, which offers spectacular natural beauty and a range of outdoor activities including skiing, horseback riding, and hiking, is another well-liked holiday destination.


Visiting Azerbaijan on vacation, the family was pleasantly delighted by the local food. Given that Azerbaijan was a part of the Persian Empire for many years, the cuisine has been greatly affected by foods from those countries as well as Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Iran, and Turkey. Apricots, bitter oranges, subterranean streams, irrigation, ice cream, the pulao family of rice dishes, and the usage of sour fruits in savoury meals are just a few of the region’s cultural legacies.


Using delicate spices like saffron, cardamom, cumin, and coriander seeds, fresh and dried herbs like mint, dill, and parsley, and foods rich in lipids like ghee and fatty cuts of meat, traditional Azerbaijani cuisine is moderately flavorful. Every savoury meal is enhanced by the sweet-and-sour flavour of dried apricots, peaches, barberries, raisins, and cranberries, as well as by spices like ground sumac and tart sauces like narsharab (pomegranate molasses). Tartness is a key component in Azeri cooking.


The abundance of fresh food in Azerbaijani cuisine allows for inventive uses of seasonal fruits, including pomegranates, peaches, figs, citrus fruits, and a wide range of fresh vegetables. Fruits are used in savoury meals to impart acidity, but they are also sweetened, canned, or dried to produce fruit leather, preserves, and kompots (fruit sherbets). Dolmas, pickled accompaniments, salads, and pickled vegetables all use meat to fill the vegetables. Nuts and dried fruits are frequently used as sauces, stuffing, and garnishes.


There are more than 30 versions of plov, the national meal of Azerbaijan, some of which are served as a single one-pot dish or as a separate dish of long-grained rice accompanied with opulent preparations of meat, dried fruits, nuts, and caramelised onions. When cooked, the Shah Plov, which is prepared by encasing the rice in flaky lavash, transforms into a crisp, ghee-heavy, phyllo-like crust. Traditional Azeri soups, Ukrainian and Armenian soups like borscht and spas, and the heartiest of them all, the Piti, which originated in the northern province of Sheki, are just a few of the soups that Azerbaijan is renowned for having to offer. The dushbara, bozbash, and dovga are more noteworthy soups.


In Azerbaijan, jam and tea are essential street foods. There is an amazing variety of jams available, including ones made with cherries, plums, watermelons, rose petals, and aubergines. Pakhlava, shekerbura, nogul, Turkish lokum, and bamiyeh, a delectable hybrid of jalebi and churros, are some examples of sweets.


The Azerbaijani people are renowned for their warmth. Visitors are treated like honoured guests and are greeted with open arms. No matter if you are staying in a five-star hotel or a classic guesthouse, you can count on receiving warm and welcoming treatment. You shouldn’t be shocked if someone invites you over for a cup of tea or a home-cooked dinner. The people of Azerbaijan take delight in introducing tourists to their culture and customs, making your stay there genuinely unforgettable.


Practical travel tips for visiting Azerbaijan


Look some useful travel tips to keep in mind before you go on your trip to Azerbaijan. It is essential for visitors who want to stay in Azerbaijan for more than 10 days to register with the State Migration Service. This formality is generally handled by hotels and hostels, but Airbnb users must register themselves. To go around the nation, it is important to learn the native tongue, such as Azeri. Although Azerbaijan is a secular nation, it is occasionally possible to hear English being spoken by residents. Local dialects, like Lahic, may exist in rural areas.


Wearing suitable attire for religious settings is crucial while preparing for Azerbaijan. The wearing of proper attire in religious settings is advised, even if there are no official dress codes. Avoid taxi scams by using Yandex or Uber to arrange your transportation from the airport to your hotel or other location. Bartering is a vital skill to acquire in order to avoid overpaying for taxis, even if the metro, taxis, and bartering are all viable local transportation choices.


Recommended accommodations in Azerbaijan


There are several alternatives available to you when it comes to accommodation in Azerbaijan. Both boutique hotels in the centre of the Old City and luxurious hotels with breathtaking views of the Caspian Sea are available in Baku. You may book a stay in a conventional guesthouse or a homestay in one of the rural areas if you want a more genuine experience. These lodgings provide a fascinating cultural experience and a window into local daily life.


The perfect blend of geography, history, and culture can be found in Azerbaijan. In this interesting country, which provides everything from the ancient lanes of Baku to the breathtaking mountains and serene lakes, everyone will be able to discover something they prefer. The Old City of Baku and the enigmatic rock carvings of Gobustan National Park both contribute to its special attractiveness. Azerbaijan’s past and present are on display in architectural marvels like the Flame Towers and the Palace of the Sheki Khans. The friendliness of the Azerbaijani people gives your tour a distinctive touch and makes you feel like a valued visitor. Travellers now have easier access to and better prices in Azerbaijan as the economy develops and visa requirements are simplified. The rough grandeur of the Caucasus Mountains, lively bazaars, and delectable cuisine provide for amazing natural experiences. Travel packages from Dubai guarantee a smooth and customised experience while showcasing the captivating beauty and appeal of Azerbaijan. Pack your bags and be captivated by the magic of Azerbaijan. With our travel packages from Dubai, you may set out on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure and see Azerbaijan’s undiscovered wonders. Azerbaijan is ready to impress you with its natural splendor.

Azerbaijan from Dubai

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  • Rates depend on availability.
  • No reservations have been made as of the time of this quote.
  • There may be peak season surcharges required on certain dates.
  • Without prior notice, the itinerary is subject to change or substitution.
  • The itinerary states that any unused services or sightseeing will not be refunded.
  • When carrying out the tour arrangements, we will not be held accountable or liable for or responsible for any damages, loss, baggage loss, accident, death, injury, breakdown, or irregularity that may result from weather conditions,  quarantine, strikes, war, or any other cause whatsoever. Passengers are required to cover any losses or costs of this nature.
  • If the aforementioned hotels are not available, alternative lodging will be arranged in a hotel of comparable quality.
  • Unless specifically mentioned in the itinerary, meals and services are not included.
  • The verification and acquisition of the documentation necessary for your trip and visa are entirely your responsibility.
  • There is a set check-in and check-out time of 1400 and 1500, respectively, at the hotel. The availability of early check-in and late check-out is subject to change unless otherwise specified in the inclusion column.
  • For late check-ins and early check-outs, the hotel does not provide refunds.
  • The following are optional: Ex: skiing, paragliding, etc.
  • There will be a strict cancellation policy in place, with no waivers or refunds allowed in the event of deportation or for any other reason.
  • To use the on-arrival service, your passport and UAE resident visa must both be valid for at least six months.
  • Visa costs USD 26 and can be paid in cash or electronically.
  • All passengers over the age of 17 must receive two doses of vaccinations.
  • A PCR test is not currently necessary.

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Note: The rates depend on availability at the time of confirmation. The validity of the passport and UAE residence visa must extend for six months after the date of travel. Visa acceptance is dependent on the embassy’s description.

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Apart from the tour packages, there are other things to consider when planning a trip to Azerbaijan from Dubai. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your trip:

  1. Visa: Citizens of the UAE do not require a visa to enter Azerbaijan for up to 90 days. However, it is important to check the latest visa requirements before you travel.
  2. Flights: Direct flights from Dubai to Baku are available on airlines such as Emirates, Flydubai, and Azerbaijan Airlines. The flight duration is approximately three hours.
  3. Weather: Azerbaijan has a temperate climate with hot summers and cold winters. The best time to visit is during the spring and autumn months when the weather is mild.
  4. Currency: The official currency of Azerbaijan is the Azerbaijani manat. You can exchange your UAE dirhams for manat at exchange bureaus and banks in Azerbaijan.
  5. Language: The official language of Azerbaijan is Azerbaijani, also known as Azeri. It is a Turkic language and is spoken by the majority of the population in Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani is also spoken in other countries such as Iran, Turkey, and Russia, where there are significant Azerbaijani-speaking populations.

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