4 nights and 5 days Azerbaijan tour


4  Nights / 5  Days program is created for the travelers that have limited time for visiting Azerbaijan


Package Based on  3 star hotel  - Rates mentioned per person - Double sharing bases


Day 1 

After arrival in International Airport in Baku, once you collect all your luggage and go to "Arrivals" Section of the Airport, our "Meeter" will meet you in the Airport holding a board with our Company Logo and your Name written on it. She or He will escort you to the vehicle and will take you to your hotel to Check-in to your room and rest for a day to get over the jetlag and gather strength until beginning your adventure.Day 2 

Day 2 

After Having a Breakfast in your hotel you will meet the Driver and Guide in your hotel lobby, and the tour will start with “IcheriSheher” [Old Town]. Firstly, you will visit Shirvanshah’s Palace, continuing to Maiden Tower, often referred to as GizGalasi; and Juma Mosque. Later you will continue your way to Heydar Aliyev Center, which is a unique architectural complex, also containing the Museum of Heydar Aliyev. Shortly after, you will continue your way to Baku’s Seaside Boulevard seeing famous “Little Venice” along the way.

After a short walk at a boulevard and a lunch break, you will continue your tour to Neftchilar Avenue reaching the Museum of Azebaijan Carpet and Applied Art, displaying Azerbaijani carpets and rug items of various weaving techniques and materials from various periods. It is named after Latif Karimov and has the largest collection of Azerbaijani carpets in the world. Later you will continue your way to National Flag Square, where the worlds biggest mounted flag in the world is flying proudly in the center.

You will finish this busy tour day with a Highland Park of Baku, which offers the incredible panoramic views of the whole city and the Caspian Sea, where you can see Baku with the Bird’s Eye view. Before heading back to your hotel, where you will rest before the following day.

Day 3 

After Having a Breakfast in your hotel you will meet the Driver and Guide in your hotel lobby, and you will start your tour with open- air museum of petroglyphs Located around 60 kilometers from Baku. The State Historical-Artistic Reserve “Qobustan” is the site of ancient primitive people enlisted in the UNESCO’s World heritage Sites; you’ll see a lot of rock art pieces - petroglyphs. These rock paintings reflect the culture, economy, philosophy, customs and traditions of ancient people.

Later you will change your vehicle to the off-road which will take you to the mud volcanos.Where you can enjoy this strange phenomenon which are very unique and scarce around the world.

After, you will continue your tour to the Zoroastrian Temple named “Ateshgakh”, translated as “The House/Place of Fire”. The area, surrounding the temple is known to the world due to its unique natural phenomenon - the burning of natural gas, which, once breaking onto the surface, lights up after contacting oxygen.

Shortly after, you will have a lunch break in a local restaurant, and continue your tour to 12th Century Ramana Tower built during the Shirvanshahs’ reign, located in a village close to Baku. Shortly after, you will continue your way to one of the most famous and popular tourist places of the Azerbaijan - "eternal flame”, a mountain named “Yanardag”, with natural gas burning on its slope from ancient times.

After the day of excitement and history, you will be taken back to your Hotel.


Day 4

At around 4 PM you will meet the Driver in your hotel lobby, and the shopping tour will start. There are numerous brands functioning in Baku and most of them are populated in the city center and inside the shopping malls. It’s a timewise choice to visit a shopping mall if you need to do several things at the same time like buying new clothes, watching the latest movies in a cinema, eating or spending some entertaining time with your kids. We have Listed Several Biggest and Most Popular Malls in Baku.

PARK BULVAR- The mall contains about 99 stores, 6 hall movie theatre, planetarium and 3D cinema, "Happy Land" children's playground, photo studio, VIP restaurants overlooking the Baku Bay of Caspian Sea, bowling halls, food courts, etc. The first and second floors feature luxury shops and cafes. The mall has restaurant offering Turkish, Russian, Italian, Chinese, Mexican and Azerbaijani cuisine.

28 MALL- Named after nearby metro station “28 May” and being located in one of the most vibrant districts of Baku, 28 Mall presents around 70 international and local brands and 16 coffee shops and restaurants. 28 Cinema – the most popular cinema in the capital city is also located there.

PORT BAKU MALL- Opened in 2014, Port Baku is considered the largest and the newest shopping mall of Baku. It features more than 300 glorious brands of outfit, accessories, cosmetics and perfume and a lot more.

GANJLIK MALL- Azerbaijan’s largest shopping center, it is a retail and leisure destination arranged around a dramatic four story central atrium which floods all areas of the mall with daylight. Appealing to a broad customer base, the mall is well located, north of the city center, adjacent to the TofiqBahramov Football Stadium.


Day 5 

Depending on your flight schedule you will have a breakfast in your hotel and Check-out From your hotel room, by 12:00 PM at Afternoon at the latest. You can Leave your Luggage in your Hotel Lobby and roam around the city, buy souvenirs or spend free time as you will. 3 Hours Early before your Departure Flight the Driver will arrive at your hotel lobby, you will collect your luggage and he will take you to the Airport for your Departure Flight.

Day 1: Arrival / Transfer from Airport to Hotel / Night Stay: Baku
Day 2: Baku City Tour / Night Stay: Baku
Day 3:Absheron Tour / Night Stay: Baku
Day 4:Baku Shopping tour/ Night stay Baku 

Day 5: Transfer from Hotel to Baku Airport / Departure

tour inclusions


Daily Breakfast

Tours by Private Vehicle

English Speaking Guide

Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers

Pick-up from hotel Before Tours

Drop-off to Hotel After Tours




Visa fee

Entry fees

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