Old City (Icheri Sheher)
This ancient walled city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and contains several historical landmarks, including the Maiden Tower, the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, and the Juma Mosque.
These modern skyscrapers are an iconic feature of Baku's skyline and are illuminated with LED lighting that resembles a flame.
Little Venice is possibly the most romantic part in the city. Bridges and two beautiful restaurants made adding to your experience bigtime. One restaurant offers Western cuisine and the other one offers Eastern cuisine. You must enjoy boat ride here.
Heydar Aliyev Center
This stunning contemporary building is dedicated to the former president of Azerbaijan and showcases modern art exhibitions.
Azerbaijan Carpet Museum
This museum displays an impressive collection of Azerbaijani carpets, which are considered some of the best in the world.
Located on land reclaimed from the Caspian Sea, Deniz Mall is a 120,000m² entertainment, leisure and dining destination over five floors. It is Azerbaijan's premier entertainment venue.
This pedestrian-friendly street is lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants and is a popular destination for shopping and dining.
This bustling square is located in the heart of Baku and features numerous cafes, restaurants, and shops.
This seaside promenade offers stunning views of the Caspian Sea, as well as various entertainment options, including cafes, restaurants, and amusement parks.
This beautiful mosque was originally built in the 13th century and was rebuilt in the 1990s after being destroyed during the Soviet era.
Launch of the first ever tanker- museum in the world in Baku will give the local residents and ever-growing tourists of the city the opportunity to get to know about the history of the Caspian Sea and the heroic efforts of Azerbaijani sailors.
Take pictures with the scenic views of the forever famous Baku Flame Towers.