Azerbaijan is a country nestled between the Caucasus Mountains and the Caspian Sea. With its stunning natural landscapes, rich culture, and hospitable people, Azerbaijan is the perfect destination for a relaxation holiday tour. Our Azerbaijan package from Dubai includes roundtrip flights, accommodation at the luxurious Hotel, airport transfers, a guided Baku city tour, and travel insurance. The Quba Palace Hotel is a five-star resort located in the picturesque town of Quba, known for its scenic mountains and fresh air. The hotel offers a variety of amenities, including a spa, indoor and outdoor pools, and several dining options. During your stay in Azerbaijan, you will have the opportunity to explore the capital city of Baku with a guided tour. Baku is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city that blends modern architecture with historic landmarks. You’ll visit the iconic Flame Towers, the UNESCO-listed Old City, and the impressive Heydar Aliyev Center, a cultural complex designed by the world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid. In addition to the city tour, you’ll have plenty of time to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Azerbaijan. Take a stroll through the picturesque mountain villages, savor the delicious local cuisine, and soak in the warm waters of the natural hot springs.
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The Baku is Republic of Azerbaijan’s capital and largest city in the Country. It is a unique location with a fascinating Soviet legacy that is unlike anything else on Earth. The old city of Baku is more than 1,000 years of age and is an UNESCO-Recorded Notable Community. A stroll along the city’s elegant seafront promenade, which is located on the Caspian Coast, is an experience in and of itself. In addition, there are numerous parks and museums scattered throughout the city to explore. NAS Trips package tour of Baku which fits your schedule and your budget will be well worth the money.
Your Baku tour package includes numerous activities. Baku has it all—landmark sightseeing, outdoor activities, shopping, entertainment, food and drink, nightlife, concerts & shows, boat tours, and water sports. You could have a go at climbing, setting up camp, eco visits, adrenaline siphoning outrageous games, horseback riding, rock climbing, fishing, flying experiences like parasailing and paragliding, and so forth., while you are on your prized vacation package to Baku. In addition, there are zoos, horse trails, golf courses, sports camps, boat rentals, off-road tours, and numerous other activities that are ready to make your vacation one to remember. Other popular activities for tourists include;
Baku additionally has numerous specialty galleries like scaled-down books, the Nizami exhibition hall of literature, the house historical center of Nobel brothers, open air museum, and so on. During your vacation to Baku, you will be occupied and entertained by all of these attractions. You can also take a free walking tour of the Old City, which would be an unforgettable experience in and of itself. As the capital of Azerbaijan, Baku is home to all of the major international hotel chains.
No Baku tour will be finished without visiting a portion of these high-priority vacation spots:
Food is an important part of Azerbaijani culture. Azerbaijani food is known for being rich because the country has a climate that is very fertile. The most well-known delicacies from Azerbaijan are highly sought after in the majority of other regions of the world. They are packed with a variety of greens and vegetables. Lamb, beef, and poultry make up a significant portion of the national cuisine. Azerbaijani cuisine is also influenced by the numerous fish species that can be found abundantly in the country’s numerous rivers, lakes, and seas. One of Azerbaijan’s most well-known delicacies is the Caspian Sea’s Black caviar. Another well-known Azerbaijani dish is the “plov,” which is rice covered in saffron and served with a variety of herbs and greens. The extensive selection of kebabs is also well-known.
Saffron, sumac, and black pepper are the traditional condiments in Azerbaijani cuisine, and they are typically prepared in copper cookware. Black tea is the national beverage, typically consumed after meals. Additionally, Azerbaijani cuisine offers a wide variety of light snacks, including goy, chorek, choban, and qatik. During your Baku tours, you should also try the “Piti,” Azerbaijan’s national soup. This is essentially vegetable-based mutton soup.