Sheki Khan's Palace
This is the most famous attraction in Sheki. It was built in the 18th century and is an impressive example of traditional Azerbaijani architecture
This historic building served as a resting place for travellers along the ancient Silk Road. It is now a hotel for those who want to experience what it was like to rest like caravaners during the Silk Road era.
This fortress was built in the 18th century to protect the city from invaders. Visitors can climb up to the top of the fortress for a great view of the city.
This is a traditional market where locals buy and sell goods. The market is a great place to try some of the local foods
The Old Town
There are a ton of beautiful red-brick old buildings from the Silk Road time in the old town that you can explore. The crisscrossing streets of the old town will take you away from the usual tourist spots and allows you to really be immersed with the culture of Sheki.
Church of Kish
This ancient Christian church is located just outside of Sheki and dates back to the 12th century. It is a beautiful example of early Christian architecture.