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BAKU & GANJA & SHEKI & NAFTALAN & TBILISI (AZERBAIJAN & GEORGIA) General Informatıon About

1. Day: ANTALYA- BAKU-BAKU MOUNTAIN PARK (HIGHLAND PARK) FLAME TOWERS-INER CITY-MAIDEN TOWER-SIRVANSHAHLAR PALACE-FOUNTAINS SQUARE-NIZAMI STREET

We meet you, our valued guests, at Antalya Airport at 9:30 in the morning and start our trip with Pegasus Airlines Antalya-Baku flight at 11:00.
We meet our vehicle and guide waiting for us at Baku Heydar Aliyev Airport and start our tour of Baku city center. Baku, the largest city of the Caucasus and the capital of Azerbaijan, the most important science, culture and trade center, is also the most important industrial and commercial center of the country. In addition to being a cultural center, it is also important as a port city. We start our Baku trip with a trip to the Highland Park, located near the Baku Flame Towers, one of the symbols of Baku, where we will photograph the most beautiful view of Baku. Located at the highest point of the city and where you will witness unique views extending for kilometers from fascinating skyscrapers to the Caspian Sea, the Mountain Park will reveal to your eyes the striking silhouette of Baku where historical structures meet modern buildings. After the photo at the most important place where the historical heart of Baku beats. We are going to the Inner City, which is protected by huge walls that are hundreds of years old. The Inner City, which is the most important place where the historical heart of Baku beats and is protected by huge walls that are hundreds of years old, is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000. The Shemakha Gate in the Inner City, the Shirvanshahs After our visits to the Palace and the Maiden's Castle, we get to know the cobblestone streets of the medieval old city with the explanations of our guide. Then, we give free time on Nizami street, known as the shopping street in Baku, and go to our hotel. We stay at our hotel.

2. Day: ATEŞGAH-KALE ARCHEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY MUSEUM-YANARDAĞ-HEYDAR ALİYEV CULTURAL CENTER

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, the first thing we will do is Shirvanshah II, built in the 13th century, which is worth visiting as one of the most impressive sacred places in Baku. Bibi Heybet Mosque, which is an exact copy of the old mosque built by Farrokhzad, which was destroyed in the 1930s but rebuilt in the 1990s, is on the shores of the Caspian Sea after our visit to the mosque, which reflects classical Azeri and Ottoman architectural features together with its striking stone architecture, two beautiful minarets and domed design. We go to Upland Park, which is located on a high area overlooking the region. The park, which also hosts the Turkish Martyrs' Monument, offers us the chance to watch the impressive skyscrapers, symbolic towers and historical treasures of the city, as well as the fascinating views of the Caspian Sea. After visiting Upland Park, which is one of the places visited by tourists visiting the city with its beautiful monuments, ornamental fountains and walking areas, and the Martyrs Alley built for the Turkish soldiers who lost their lives in 1918, we go to the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum. After our free time after our museum tour accompanied by the explanations of our guide, we go to Absheron. We go to the Kale Open-Air Archeology and Ethnography Museum (Qala Arxeology-Ethnographic Museum Complex), where the archaeological artifacts found on the peninsula are located. We complete our trip with the explanations of our guide, and then we go to Yanardağ, which the famous Traveler Marco Polo called the "Land of Fire". After our visit to the volcano, which has become one of the symbols of Azerbaijan and was accidentally burned by a shepherd in 1950 and continues to burn today, it was taken under protection in 2019 and is located in an area of 65 hectares. We go to Ateşgah, which was used as the temple of the Zoroastrians until the 7th century. The Ateshgah, which was the accommodation place for the caravans passing through here in the periods and which was very sacred for the Zoroastrians, lost its importance when the Azerbaijanis accepted Islam in the 7th century, but a priest continued to serve here until the 19th century. In the middle of the Temple, which resembles city inns according to its structure, is a burning place that burns day and night. Rumor has it that this used to be a natural fire, but now it is burned by natural gas coming from the well in the middle of the temple. There are small rooms around the burning fire in Ateşgah. Each of these rooms has a small window that overlooks the fire. In the past, Zoroastrians who came here for pilgrimage used to stay in these rooms, constantly watch the fire from the window and perform their worship by torturing themselves in various ways. After our trip to Ateshgah, we take a photo break in front of the Haydar Aliyev Cultural Center, which is considered one of the most important buildings in Azerbaijan, and then we go to our hotel. We stay at our hotel.

3. Day: GOBUSTAN-SHEKI

After having breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we go to Gobustan National Park, which is one of the places worth exploring, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2007, with its impressive geological formations and historical treasures dating back millions of years, lying on the shores of the Caspian Sea, about 1 hour away from the center of Baku. We will have the chance to see and photograph examples of rock art dating back 40,000 years in the museum, which is also known as an open-air museum and provides important information about social life, hunting, animals and vegetation in the prehistoric Middle Ages with its carved rocks and illustrated stones all over the world. After our trip to Qobustan, we meet our vehicle and set out to go to Sheki.

4. Day: SHEKI KHAN PALACE-ALBANIAN LOWER AND UPPER CARAVANSARAIS-NAFTALAN

After having breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we start our trip to Sheki, famous for its historical and natural beauties of Azerbaijan, by visiting the Sheki Khan Palace. We tour the palace, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list, architecturally reminiscent of the palaces in Iran, where no nails or metal connectors were used, with our guide, and then we tour the palace to the present day. We visit the Lower and Upper Caravanserais, built in the 18th century, which managed to survive until the 18th century. Then, we visit the Albanian Church, an old Christian church. Inside the church, which has spiritual value for people, there are skeletal graves and a museum. In the museum; Various artifacts such as pottery, traditional clothes and musical instruments are exhibited. After visiting the church, which has a unique structure in terms of history and architecture, we meet our vehicle to go to Naftalan. In the city, which took its name from a healing liquid called naphtha, which is only found in Naftalan in the world, and the term Neft-Alan turned into Naftalan over time, dark colored and viscous Neft, a derivative of petroleum, is used to treat bone-muscle, nerve, vascular diseases, skin diseases, urology diseases and even infertility. It is said to be very effective in treatment and it is not used as fuel. Accommodation and dinner will be at our hotel in Naftalan. Our guests can benefit from the thermal facilities.

5. Day: NAFTALAN-THERMAL HOTEL

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we have free time and use the pools at our hotel all day.

6. Day: NAFTALAN-GANJA-TIBILISI

After having breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we move to Ganja, which is an important center with its history and culture. The city of Ganja, one of the oldest cities of the Caucasus, has a history dating back to the 5th century; the region was under Russian and Ottoman rule for many years and blended the cultures of these two empires. It became the center of the Ganja Khanate in the 18th century and the capital of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1918. When the importance of oil began to increase in the 20th century, Ganja left its throne to Baku. Before entering the city center of Ganja, we visit the mausoleum of the famous divan poet Nizami Ganjavi, whose works were translated in India, Iran and many countries of Europe, and go to the city center of Ganja. After our visits to the Khan Garden, which was founded in 1700 and is one of the oldest parks in the Caucasus today, the Government Building located in the park and its immediate surroundings, which was restored in 2010, and the Cuma Mosque, one of the best examples of 17th century Azerbaijani architecture, we will see the Batulkalı House (Bottle House). After seeing this house made of nearly 48 thousand colored bottles and colored stones, built by Ibrahim Caferov from Ganja in 1966-1967 in memory of his brother, we complete our trip to Ganja and go to Tbilisi. Accommodation and dinner will be at our hotel.

7. Day: CABLE CAR-KARTLIS DEDA-NARIKALE CASTLE-SULFUR BATHS-ABANOTUBANI WATERFALLS-FRIDAY MOSQUE-METEKHI CHURCH-ANQUE DEALERS AND PAINTING MARKET-SAMEBA CADETRAL-RUSTAVELI BOULEVARD-LIBERTY SQUARE-TBILISI

After breakfast at the hotel, we start our Tbilisi Tour. Our first stop is in Tbilisi, which lies on both banks of the Kura River. We visit the Sameba Cathedral, one of the largest religious buildings in the world, which was completed in 2004. Then, we start to walk one of the most modern streets of the city, named after the famous poet Shota Rustaveli. During the tour, we visit Freedom Square and 1 stop on the Tbilisi metro, which was built by the Soviets in 1966, and then we move to our vehicle. We take the cable car next to the Metekhi bridge and see the statue of Kartlis Deda, known as the Georgian Mother, then walk to Narikala Castle and see the Cuma Mosque, Abanotubani Waterfall, Sulfur Baths , Metekhi Church and give free time for photographs on the Metekhi bridge. Then, after taking an extra boat tour, we get in our vehicle and go to the Painting Market. We give our guests shopping time in the market where paintings and antiques are located. After this time, we head to our hotel.

8. Day: TBILISI-ANTALYA

We depart from the hotel to the airport at 04:00 in the morning. We depart for Antalya with a Pegasus Airlines flight at 06.50. We arrive at Antalya Airport at 08.10 local time. We end our tour with the hope of seeing you in our next organizations.

Tour Details

Departure Locations:
    Tour Departure Dates:
    15 June • 20 July • 10 August • 01, 21 September • 19 October
    Date OptionsavailabilityDouble Room
    Per person
    One personAdditional Bed1. Child2. child
    15.06.20244* HotelSorunuz1.590,00 $1.840,00 $1.590,00 $0 - 2 Age 100,00 $
    3 - 12 Age 1.490,00 $
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    20.07.20244* HotelSorunuz1.490,00 $1.740,00 $1.490,00 $0 - 2 Age 100,00 $
    3 - 12 Age 1.390,00 $
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    10.08.20244* HotelSorunuz1.490,00 $1.740,00 $1.490,00 $0 - 2 Age 100,00 $
    3 - 12 Age 1.390,00 $
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    01.09.20243&4* HotelsSorunuz1.490,00 $1.740,00 $1.490,00 $0 - 2 Age 100,00 $
    3 - 12 Age 1.390,00 $
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    21.09.20243&4* HotelsSorunuz1.490,00 $1.740,00 $1.490,00 $0 - 2 Age 100,00 $
    3 - 12 Age 1.390,00 $
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    19.10.20243&4* HotelsSorunuz1.490,00 $1.740,00 $1.490,00 $0 - 2 Age 100,00 $
    3 - 12 Age 1.390,00 $
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    Included Services

    • Round-trip economy class flight tickets on Antalya-Baku-Tbilisi Antalya route
    • Airport taxes
    • 7 nights accommodation in the specified or similar hotel
    • Breakfasts specified in the program
    • Airport – hotel – airport transfers
    • Tours mentioned in the program
    • Guidance service
    • Professional liability insurance (insurance regulated in accordance with Law No. 1618)

    Excluded Services

    • International departure fee
    • All museum and archaeological site entrance fees not stated to be included
    • Meals and beverages not specified as included
    • Extra tours
    • Personal expenses
    • Travel health insurance
    • All services not clearly stated as included in the tour program
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