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Baku Holiday Package


AED 949 starting from
Enjoy this Valentine in Baku
  • 3 NIGHTS
  • Book between 12th - 19th February 2019

Inclusions:

Hotel Accommodation.
Private Airport Transfer and Inter City
Leisure Day and Candle Light Dinner.

 

Get your heart racing with a Valentine's day getaway in gorgeous Baku! Discover its magical history, contemporary architecture, cosmopolitan vibes and find romance with our lavish holiday offer including spa services and more! Don't be left behind, book today!

Why book this holiday:
  • Flexible holiday package during Valentine's Day.
  • Accommodation at best Hotel.
  • Tours, transfers included.
  • Limited time offer.
Itinerary:

Day 1 Arrival

Welcome to Azerbaijan! You will meet our representative in Baku, and be picked up from the airport for transportation to hotel.


Day 2 Leisure Day/ Candle Light Dinner

After the breakfast, you have a free day to make memories in the city. In the evening you will have a romantic candle light dinner at restaurant with transfer. Overnight stay at hotel.


Day 3 Free Day

You will enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel, followed by 30-Minutes pass for luxurious spa services.


Day 4 Departure

An exciting vacation comes to an end. Board your return flight from Baku, Heydar Aliyev International Airport and cherish fond memories of your trip.


Travel dates
  • Choose any dates in between 14th to 19th February 2019.
  • Booking validity before 2 days of departure.

Inclusions:
  • Meet and assist at airport.
  • 3 nights stay at chosen hotel.
  • Meals mentioned as per the itinerary.
  • Candle light dinner with transfer.
  • Couple passes for 30-Minutes spa service.
  • All excursions mentioned in the program.
  • BB according to the program.

Exclusions:
  • Flight is not included.
  • Early check-in & late check-out (Standard Check-in time: 2 pm & Check-out: 12 pm)
  • Tips of any nature i.e. drivers, guides etc.
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as porterage, laundry, wines, mineral water, food and drink not in the regular menu provided by us, mini bar, telephone calls, pay channels etc.
  • All services not mentioned as included.
  • Medical expenses if required.
  • Optional tours & add-on services.
  • Travel Insurance.

Terms & Conditions
  • Rooms are subject to availability at the time of confirmation.
  • Bookings will be confirmed only upon receipt of payment as per the booking terms.
  • Rate is based on per person on a sharing basis.
  • These prices are subject to change without any notice in any circumstances.
  • Passengers are solely responsible for meeting the passport & visa conditions of the country of travel.
  • Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure.
  • Due to matters outside our control, such as adverse currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, taxes. Prices are subject to change without notice.
  • All photos and videos shown are illustrative. Actual services may differ. Terms apply.
  • Passengers must ensure on their own, that they have a valid passport remains valid for the necessary period according to the travelling destination immigration rules and arranged visas before travelling with this holiday package.
  • Travel does not accept any responsibility if the passenger cannot travel because of any passport or visa issue, cancellation policy will be applicable as per the booking terms.

 
Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan, a fascinating country steeped in history and a mix of European, Asian, and Russian cultures which makes it unique, even within the surrounding region.

Baku is composed of an old city and surrounding modern area, both of them fascinating in their own right. The old city is a UNESCO World Heritage site, surrounded by an ancient fortress and including a captivating array of alleys and merchant stalls, as well as some of the country’s most famous historic monuments. Around the old city walls lies the modern Baku, featuring pleasant tree-lined streets, modern tower blocks, and seafront promenade.

Tourism has recently boomed in Baku, leading to a new generation of excellent boutique hotels and shops as well as modern restaurants and cafes.

1. Overview (At a glance)
Population: 2,166,000
Time Zone: GMT (+ 4)
Dialing code: +994
Language: Azerbaijani. Most people also speak Russian, and English is spoken quite commonly in the tourist areas of Baku.

Currency: Azerbaijani manat (AZN). ATMs and Banks are easy to find in Baku, and some shops, restaurants, and shopping malls will take credit card. Do keep some cash handy for smaller purchases.

Plug Sockets: Azerbaijan uses plug sockets C and F, which are the standard two-pronged European plugs, so you will need an adaptor. The standard voltage is 220V and the frequency is 50 Hz, which is the same as Dubai.

Getting Around: The main form of public transport in Baku is by bus, but there is also a metro which connects the old city with some key locations. The city has recently introduced the BakiKart, a public transport pre-payment system which works on the metro and on the newer red buses.

Baku also has some very pleasant areas for walking, and both the old city and the modern boulevards and seafront are best enjoyed by taking a stroll.

2. When to Visit
Baku has warm summers and mild winters and can be visited year-round, however the best time to go is during the summer when the city comes alive with people enjoying the weather in the streets. Rain is common during the winter months and it often snows in January.

3. Cuisine
Azerbaijani cuisine is similar to Iranian and Turkish cuisine, with plenty of vegetables, fresh herbs, dried fruit, and meat kebabs. Kebabs are eaten both as a central piece of meals and on the streets with some lavash (flatbread).

Light snacks are often served before or alongside main meals, and include chorek (bread), choban (tomato and cucumber salad) and white cheese or yogurt.

Some traditional dishes include dolma (stuffed grape leaves), qutabs (pancakes stuffed with minced meat or spinach), and piti, the national soup made of stewed mutton on the bone. Black tea is the national drink, and is consumed in teahouses throughout the city - the best place to find one is in the old city, and the best way to drink it is sweetened and accompanied by some pakhlava, Azerbaijan’s version of baklava.

As a cosmopolitan city, Baku also features an array of international restaurants and cafes, and you can find a wide variety of cuisines throughout the city.

4. Culture
Azerbaijani culture is a blend of Turkish, Iranian, Caucasian, Soviet and - most recently - European influences. This is reflected in everything from its art to its architecture, food, literature, and craftsmanship. Baku is a great place to explore this culture, encompassing the full richness of the country’s history and traditions within one place.

Every March the country celebrates Novruz, a traditional holiday celebrating a new year and the arrival of spring. The preparations for the holiday last a month, and the celebrations themselves go on for several days, during which families gather to eat large plentiful meals symbolizing a good new year. Performances of folk dance and music also take place across the country.

Azerbaijan is famous for its traditional crafts, including a variety of folk and decorative handicrafts such as engravings, jewelry, embroidery, and metal work. The most famous of these however is the Azerbaijani carpet, which in 2010 was proclaimed a Masterpiece of Intangible Heritage by UNESCO. There are many distinct types of Azerbaijani carpet, with the ones made in Baku being famous for their softness, intense colors, and intricate designs.

5. Attractions
Baku’s main attraction is its World Heritage old city, which includes the beautifully restored 15th century Palace of the Shirvanshahs and its surrounding complex as well as the Maiden Tower, one of the city’s architectural highlights. The Maiden Tower also contains a museum outlining the history of the city.

Outside the old city walls, there are plenty of things to do in modern Baku. From top-class shopping to strolling along the tree-lined boulevards and enjoying the city’s seafront, the cosmopolitan areas of Baku are a delight to simply stroll around.

For fans of modern architecture, the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, designed by internationally renowned architect Zaha Hadid, is a must-see, and often houses interesting cultural and artistic exhibitions. The famous Flame Buildings are the tallest structures in the city and come alive at night with thousands of LED panels mimicking the movement of fire: they are both an unmissable sight and an excellent observation point for the best views of the city.

Another popular attraction is the Azerbaijani Carpet Museum, which showcases the history and evolution of this traditional craft, as well as some wonderful examples of carpets from all over the country.

6. What to pack
Baku can get very warm in the summer and very cold in the winter: pack appropriately for the season. People in Baku tend to dress in a European style, and casual clothing such as jeans and t-shirts will be fine for walking around the city.

7. Visa Regulations
Citizens of UAE can get a Visa on arrival by air into Azerbaijan, and do not need to prepare anything in advance.