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Baku, which is in the first place among the places to visit in Azerbaijan, is the capital of Azerbaijan and the largest city of the Caucasus, whose history dates back to before Christ. It is located in the west of the Caspian Sea and has a population of more than 2 million. There is a very developed culture and shopping places around it. It is a must-visit place with its historical features, symbolic values ​​, and great nightlife. The name of the city's airport is Baku Heydar Aliyev Airport. Baku Heydar Aliyev Airport is 25 km from the center. This airport, which is the most used in the Caucasus region, has two terminals. It offers its guests a comfortable journey. There are buses called Aero Express.


Places to Visit in Baku


Baku, where there are many modern buildings, is divided into three; The region where the Soviet structures are located, the region with the new structures, and the Icheri City region where the ancient structures are located. Visas are not required from those who go to Turkey. Therefore, it is a different city that attracts a lot of tourists.
If you are looking for hotels to stay in Baku for your trip to Azerbaijan, you can stay here and explore this wonderful city.


Girls Castle


This structure, known as Maiden's Castle, also known as Maiden's Tower, is one of the most important historical symbols in Baku. This tower, which has a magnificent architectural structure, is located in the Inner City region. It can be reached by bus, trolleybus, and metro departing from the city. A large number of domestic and foreign tourists come here every year.
It was built in the 12th century and has preserved its historical existence ever since. The architect of the building is Masud bin Davud. This tower, which was used for defense purposes at the time it was built, is one of the symbols of Azerbaijan today.
The height of the tower is 29 m and many legends are told about it. Thanks to the Baku flight ticket opportunity, you can come and visit here. There is something to be learned on each floor of this great 7-storey castle. On the first floor, there are utensils such as plates and bowls unearthed during archaeological excavations. There is a section on the second floor that tells the history of the tower. There is a well on the third floor and clay items are on display. There are electronic maps and e-books belonging to Baku on the fourth and fifth floors. On the top floor, there is a device that reflects the image of fire.
The Maiden's Castle is open to visitors between 09.00 AM and 06.00 PM.


Azerbaijan Carpet Museum


The Azerbaijan Carpet Museum, which was opened in 1967 and turned into a museum in 1972, is one of the symbolic structures in the country. The reason why the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum is so important is that the most common handicraft in the country is carpet weaving. The works collected in order to emphasize the importance of Azerbaijan's carpet weaving art and to preserve and exhibit their works belong to the 17th and 20th centuries. When preparing a list of places to visit in Azerbaijan to visit more than 10000 works exhibited here, you should add the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum to the list.


Baku Fire Temple


Baku Atesgah, believed to have been built between the 17th and 18th centuries, which has an important place among Zoroastrian temples, is known as a place of worship in Persian. This place, called fire temple or fire temple, is one of the historical symbols.
The structure, designed in the form of a closed pentagon, resembles a caravanserai. It has 24 cells and guest rooms. It was converted into a museum in 1975 and is on the World Heritage List.
It is open to visitors from 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM. On Nevruz days, events are organized with the participation of many local and foreign tourists.


Nizami Street


Located in the center of Baku, this street is 3540 m long. The name of Nizami Gencev, who has an important place in Persian literature, is given here. There are souvenir shops and supermarkets on this street, whose history dates back to 1864. Baroque, Renaissance, and Neo-Gothic architectural works can be seen in this place, which reflects the culture of Baku. There are also options for those looking for a hotel to stay in Baku.


Fountains Square (Fevvareler Square)


Fountains Square, also known as Fevvareler Square, which takes its name from the fountains located here, was built during the period when Azerbaijan was connected to the Soviets. It is one of the most famous gathering places of local people. There are many restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops here.
Sometimes festivals are held here. The sculptures in the square also attract the attention of tourists. You can have the chance to travel here and spend time in one of the restaurants in the square and eat the Fountains Square Salad, which is unique to this area.


Inside City


This place, called the run-down city or the old city by the locals, is one of the most touristic places in Baku. This city, which reflects the history of Azerbaijan, is the first city to be included in the World Heritage List.
You can also visit the Icheri City, which has preserved its old appearance, with Azerbaijan flight ticket deals, and you can examine the mosques, caravanserais, baths, and divans here.


Freedom Square (Liberty Square)


There are luxury hotels, government office, restaurants, and historical buildings in Azadlık Square, which is also called the city center square. This place, which was called Lenin Square because of the Lenin monument in the old times, was named Freedom Square after the monument was demolished. Performances, ceremonies, and feast celebrations are held here in different periods.

Baku Boulevard


The history of Baku Boulevard, which was put into service in 1909, dates back more than 100 years. Thousands of domestic and foreign tourists come to this place, which is under protection as a national park today. With the Baku flight ticket opportunity, you can watch the Caspian Sea view from Baku Boulevard, take a walk here and spend time in the surrounding shopping malls.


Upland Park


In Upland Park, which has an excellent view and is among the must-see places in Baku, there is a monument built in memory of the Turkish Soldiers who died in 1918. You can go to the terrace by cable car or stairs and have a pleasant time relaxing in the unique view. This unique park, where you can go with Azerbaijan flight ticket deals, will give you an unforgettable holiday.

 




 

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