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The Azerbaijan Tourism Board publishes a wealth of specialist and general brochures, booklets, maps and other publications to help tourists discover and navigate the country. Find them all here.
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Modern Baku was shaped by the famous Oil Boom of the late 19th-early 20th centuries, which turned it into a cosmopolitan hub mixing Western and Eastern influences. At the forefront of this remarkable transformation was a group of Polish architects who, together with a number of other Poles, left an incredible legacy.
Naftalan is the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to health tourism in Azerbaijan. But this modern city with a rich history offers more than just the opportunity to improve your health – Naftalan is a place where the whole family can come to relax and have a great time, and where you can discover some intriguing local attractions as well as nearby places of natural beauty.
Azerbaijan’s convenient size and dazzling diversity are a winning combination when it comes to birdwatching.
Welcome to north-western Azerbaijan! Brace yourself for a region of majestic mountains and dramatic valleys, dotted with ancient relics and home to fabulously flavoursome cuisine. This is without doubt one of the most colourful and captivating corners of the Caucasus.
Azerbaijan, an ancient cradle of viniculture, is once again coming of age. Beautifully balanced wines are made with love from grapes grown on Caucasian slopes, soaked in sunshine and soothed by Caspian breezes. Come... Taste... Delight...
Azerbaijan is a country of unique nature, unmatched culture, and centuries of customs, traditions and cuisine; a place that will not fail to meet even the highest expectations of the most sophisticated guest while upholding its hospitable and friendly Caucasian roots. Here eastern colours combine magnificently with western progress.