Baku’s most exciting recurring live music venues/events

When darkness falls over sky, flickering lights from coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, bars and basements bring life to the streets of Baku. These places offer vibrant entertainment not just for local people and but also visitors of Baku. Whether you are into jazz, or rock or punk or pop, you can still find a place…

Baku City Guide: What To Do & What To See

Baku is increasingly becoming a famous tourist destination. Recent international sport events such as Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, or 2019 UEFA Europa League Final in Baku, or UEFA EURO 2020 will bring more popularity with more tourists visiting the city. Therefore, here we list top mainstream things to do and see in downtown Baku….

Top 8 places to visit in suburb of Baku

Once you have seen all attractions of downtown Baku and you have more time to do adventurous things and are expecting this city of pounding winds in desert-land to offer more excitement, here is our top 8 places to see in Absheron peninsula, the north-eastern suburb of Baku. Ateshgah Temple Built by Hindu community members…

6 Döner Joints in Downtown Baku

Whether you are looking for quick and fast solution for lunch or hangover starvation after midnight or just want to taste one of most consumed local fastfood, here we list 6 mostly visited and acclaimed döner joints in city centre of Baku. Avtosh Doner Story goes that youngster drivers waited to have streets fully empty…

Local Restaurants in Downtown Baku

If local food and Azerbaijani cuisine is an important part of your travel and you are wondering where to go and what to eat, here is a list of local restaurants and budget cafes in downtown Baku. All places locate in walking distance to main sightseeing attractions and historical sights, so you can have launch…

BAKU ORIGINAL WALKING FREE TOUR

Starts at 11AM everyday this tour offers a walk through the most historic sightseeing highlights of Baku Old Town (Icheri Shahar) meanwhile reflecting on Baku’s past and the transformation that brought by oil barons by turn of 20th century.

OLD TOWN PRIVATE WALKING TOUR

A UNESCO Cultural World Heritage site. It reveals evidence of Zoroastrian, Sasanian, Arabic, Persian, Shirvani, Ottoman, and Russian presence in cultural continuity. The Old Town has preserved much of its 12th-century defensive walls and Maiden Tower (Giz Galasy) and may other cultural structures dating from the 7th to 6th centuries BC, to the 15th-century Shirvanshahs’ Palace is one of the pearls of Azerbaijan’s architecture.