"Don't watch the clock; do what it does. Keep going."

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Duration – 4 days/3 nights

Destination – Baku

    • Arrival to Baku
    • Meeting at the international airport and escort local guide to the hotel, including co-sightseeing tour of the city. Guided Tour will be along the central streets, green parks and the main attractions of the city
    • Lunch
    • Hotel accommodation
    • Leisure
    • Dinner
    • Return to the hotel

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • Tour to the Old City of Baku (Icheri Sheher), the largest capital in the Transcaucasian region. Sightseeing tour of the town includes Shamakhy Gates, caravanserai, Maiden's Tower, Palace of the Shirvan Shahs, Mosques, Carpet store. Walking in the streets of city center(“Torgovaya street”)
    • Lunch
    • Excursion to the museum of modern Azerbaijan. The museum was built on the initiative of the First Lady of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva and opened March 20, 2009 he was funded by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, where first lady is the head. The Foundation has also established projects with the Louvre and Versailles. The museum designed as a focus for the "eco-cultural area" conceived by Thomas Krens, former director of the Guggenheim Foundation, which will also include a white sand beach and a skyscraper by Frank Gehry. The museum in a modern style.
    • Dinner
    • Return to the hotel
    • Overnight at Hotel

    • Breakfast in the hotel
    • Excursion to Gobustan. Located west of the settlement of Gobustan, about 40 miles (64 km) southwest of the centre of Baku on the west bank of the Caspian Sea. In 2007 Gobustan was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site considered to be of "outstanding universal value" for the quality and density of its rock art engravings, for the substantial evidence the collection of rock art images presents for hunting, fauna, flora and lifestyles in pre-historic times and for the cultural continuity between prehistoric and medieval times that the site reflects
    • Lunch (in traditional restaurant).
    • Excursion to the Museum of Heydar Aliyev Center. Heydar Aliyev Center is an area of 619000 square feet. The building complex in Baku on the draft Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, and is known for its distinctive architecture .Center named after Heydar Aliyev, the Azerbaijani leader. In the center there are meeting rooms (auditorium), galleries and museums. The project will play an important role in the intellectual life of the city.
    • Dinner at the restaurant.
    • Return to the hotel.
    • Overnight at Hotel.

    • Breakfast
    • Transfer to Airport