Explore Baku

When you first arrive in Baku, you will be astounded by how beautiful and well-kept the city is. You’ll find both old stone buildings and ultramodern constructions tucked together within the old town, ready for you to discover The city has also become a playground for architectural innovations as a result of the inflow of oil money. The contemporary Heydar Aliyev Art Center, designed by Zaha Hadid, and the enormous Stone-built Heydar Mosque are just a few examples of Baku’s outstanding architecture. Baku is a city with a medieval core but modern infrastructure surrounding it. This means that, while the city has embraced modernization, it has preserved its cultural and historical legacy.

Baku Boulevard is a major thoroughfare that provides the best perspective of the city’s best sight of the vast and majestic Caspian Sea. In the city of Baku, you may enjoy a leisurely coastal stroll along the Boulevard, which is over a century old and where you can see majestic palaces from the past. The Boulevard links the city’s historic district, which includes ancient temples and palaces, with newer projects such as Park Bulvar. This is an excellent way to put it: when you arrive there , you must wander along Baku Boulevard to have a good time.

The Highland park in Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan’s highest peak, from which a stunning panorama of the city and bay opens out. People from Baku and visitors alike frequently visit here to get a bird’s eye perspective of the city and simply take a stroll. Highland Park is one of Baku’s most well-known and attractive attractions. Above Baku Bay, there is a green zone. The park with wide staircases, shaded alleyways, and inviting terraces has been conserved in its natural state.

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