Baku Azerbaijan, Travel Vlog

As everyone knows, Baku is one of the magnificent cities of Azerbaijan. The charisma of beautiful cities is always overwhelming. And the curiosity to know about the place too is still fascinating. Most popular travel destinations are always filled with beauty and rich in culture and heritage. Baku is indeed a pretty form of nature spread across the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus Mountains.

People are always curious about why I am not presenting destinations like other bloggers/vloggers? The reason is one must define the actual beauty and importance of the place rather than showing off him/herself. I believe information is more critical than self-advertisement.

Baku, Azerbaijan –Situated on a great location

Azerbaijan is located on one of the most adoring landscapes on earth. Azerbaijan is a country of eastern Transcaucasia. Holding an area that fringes the southern sides of the Caucasus Mountains. It is surrounded on the north by Russia, moving the east by the Caspian Sea. Toward the south by Iran, at the west by Armenia, and toward the northwest by Georgia. The exclave of Naxçıvan (Nakhichevan) is situated southwest of Azerbaijan fitting. Bordered by Armenia, Iran, and Turkey. In enhancement to its various and frequently gorgeous region. Azerbaijan extends a combination of traditions and modern development. The people of its secluded areas clutch many notable folk traditions.

What you can explore the first day you land in Baku

After you land in the city let us see what we can cover in a day.
1-As I travel to other cities in the World as well, the first thing you do when you arrive is to reach your hotel.

2-The next thing is to find a nearby supermarket to buy some essentials. The reason is you cannot just have food right away after you land, you need water, chocolates, snacks, yogurt, milk, and local fruits to battle with Jetlag.
3- Next thing you do is to find a sim card. One of the most essential things to have is the damn internet. You cannot stay behind from Social media and most of all the information you can find over the web.

Baku Funicular

Alright, the first place to be after all the tasks mentioned above to head towards Baku Funicular. It connects a square on Neftchilar Avenue and Martyrs’ Lane. It is the first and remains the only funicular system in the country. Length of railway track is 455 meters (1,493 ft), and it consists of a single-track.

Highland Park Baku

Highland Park is famously known as “Viewing Square.” Earlier in the Soviet era, it was revived as “Sergei Kirov park.” It is one of the most popular places in Baku. Best knows as to have a walk, rest, and to enjoy the sea view. You can take comfort by breathing fresh air, observing the city. Drinking tea in the Highland Park Café while listening to the classical lounge music. It’s the best place to relax, and it is located right in the heart of Baku.

The Stunning Flame towers

The Flame Towers consist of three buildings: South, East, and West. Flame Towers is a multi-use complex being revealed in Azerbaijan’s capital city Baku. When finished in 2012, the complex will be one of the tallest skyscrapers in the country. at nearly 200m.

Fountain Square

It is a public square in downtown Baku. The square was earlier called Parapet and is often referenced to by the same name now. The name of the fountains square originates from the appearance of dozens of fountains. Throughout the square first constructed during Soviet rule of Azerbaijan.

The little Venice

Located nearby the Caspian seashore you will feel as in Venice. By visiting ‘Small Town of Venice.’ The restaurants located in the ‘islands’ offer several meals of different cuisine. Including Azerbaijanian tasty dishes. It will be interesting firstly to observe around in gondola. Later to have a great lunch or dinner in the ‘islands.’ Currently, Mini Venice has various islands which are divided by primary water channels. Beautiful gorgeous bridges connect these islands. You can hire a 4 seater Gondola for a ride around these islands

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