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Baku – The land of Fire.

Baku is the capital and the largest city of Azerbaijan, as well as the largest city on the Caspian Sea.
Azerbaijan’s capital is the architectural love child of Paris and Dubai…albeit with plenty of Soviet genes floating half-hidden in the background. At its heart, the Unesco- listed Old City lies within an exotically crenelated arc of the fortress wall.

Around this are gracefully illuminated stone mansions and pedestrianized tree-lined streets filled with exclusive boutiques. In the last decade, countless towers have mushroomed, dwarfing or replacing tatty old Soviet apartment blocks. Some of the finest new builds are jaw-dropping masterpieces. Meanwhile, romantic couples canoodle their way around wooded parks and hold hands on the Caspian-front bulvar (promenade), where greens and opal blues make a mockery of Baku’s desert-ringed location.

INR 44,499
4 Days
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Day 1: Quba

Quba is a rayon in northeastern Azerbaijan. It is famous for producing high-quality apples. Quba is also the hub for many summer vacationers. It attracts visitors with its cooler summer climate and beautiful mountain scenery. Due to its close proximity to Russia and its former inclusion in the U.S.S.R, most in the city speaks Russian.
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Day 2: Qabala

Qabala is renowned for the ruins of an ancient walled city, dating back to the 4th century BC. Qabala is rich with historical monuments and there are many memorials in Qabala - for example, the remains of old Caucasian Albania`s capital Qabala, the stone monuments in the Hachalli (4th century), Surkhay tower in the Boyuk Emilli (first millennium BC), the temple in Hacalli (4th century), a castle in Yengiche (4th-14th century), monuments in village (antique period), Yenikend - a tower in Hazra (15th century), etc. There are generally more than 93 memorials in Qabala.
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Day 3: Sheki

Sheki is Azerbaijan's true travel gem, a small city off on the forested slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains. Rich in Islamic architecture, Silk Road history, good food, and friendly people, this travel and leisure place in the Caucasus is at its finest. It lies in the rolling, thickly forested foothills and snow-capped peaks of the Greater Caucasus. The possibilities for treks into the unspoiled mountain landscapes are endless, but more than anything, the relaxed pace of life evident in Sheki's central market and tea houses makes the city a welcome respite from whatever cares may trouble you.
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Day 4: Bye Bye Birdie

All great holidays have an end. Relish a yummy breakfast at the hotel and pack your bags and memories. Check-out from the hotel and reach the airport for your onward flight.
This Package Includes:
  • All Prices are on a per person basis.
  • Handpicked Accommodations in all destinations.
  • Visa
  • Complimentary breakfasts.
  • Internal travel by a vehicle as appropriate.
  • Flat 10% off on flights for the destination.
  • Package cost includes all applicable taxes.
(*Note - For the list of exclusions, please contact us at +91-983 328 6026 or info@bnjara.com)