Welcome to the Land of Fire and the Pearl of the Caucasus, a land where eastern colors combine magnificently with western
progress. This is a country of unique nature, unmatched culture, centuries of
history with its customs and traditions and fine cuisine; a place which will
satisfy the expectations of the most sophisticated gastronomists, and finally,
it is the country of Caucasian hospitality and friendliness. Azerbaijan is
situated on the eastern side of the Transcaucasia (or South Caucasus) on the
shores of the Caspian Sea. The population of Azerbaijan exceeds 9.8 million and
the territory covers an area of 86 600 square kilometers. According to both of
these figures, Azerbaijan is the largest country of the South Caucasus. The city of Baku is the capital and the country’s largest city. The National
language here is Azerbaijani. However, Russian is also widely used and many
younger residents also speak English. Azerbaijan shares borders with Iran (765
km), Turkey (15 km), Russia (390 km), Georgia (480 km) and Armenia (1007 km).
The eastern shores of the country are washed by the waters of the Caspian Sea.
Why visit Azerbaijan
part of the Great Silk Road and situated at the crossroads of the geopolitical,
economic and cultural interests of many nations and civilizations, Azerbaijan
has, since ancient times, aroused the interests of great minds,
scientists, travelers, and historians.
As a country between Europe and Asia is Azerbaijan a land o contrasts. Azerbaijan is the place, where you can drive in an hour from semi-desertic areas to dense forest and waterfalls.
Azerbaijan is the place, where you take a photo in a shot 1000 years old buildings and marvelous Flame Towers.
You can do almost everything in Azerbaijan - So we provide hiking in Azerbaijan, trekking in Azerbaijan, outdoor tours in Azerbaijan, sightseeing tour in Azerbaijan, historical tours in Azerbaijan, beach tour in Azerbaijan.
often referred to as the “Land of Fire”. It is known that the majority of those
residing in this territory before the Common Era were fire-worshippers. Since
then, the country has preserved the ancient evidence of that era: cave
paintings, statues of gods and ancient temples. Two of the most vivid examples
of this heritage are the temple of fire-worshippers (“Ateshgah”) at Surakhani
near Baku and “Yanardag”, translated as the “burning mountain”.
You can visit also an open-air museum - Old City with Maiden Tower, Gobustan - one of the worlds largest ancient petroglyphs collection, a heritage of Zaha Hadid - Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center and so many places.