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|Airport of arrival:||Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport|
|Flight time from Izmir to Baku:||3 hours|
Baku, the biggest city of Azerbaijan, its capital, but also the oldest and most important port on the Caspian Sea. About 25% of all countries residents live in the Baku metropolitan area. That is an impressive introduction for a city that is not a primary touristic direction. Labeled by some as “the next Dubai," Baku still has some work to do to make it come true. Regardless of that, you will be thrilled to see its magnificent old town, and the variety of high-quality food will not only be surprising but also rewarding after you have already tried all (or at least most) of the local specialties. Sounds good? The cheap flight tickets are waiting for you to buy them and explore Baku by yourself!
The airport that you will fly with us to is Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport, situated 20 kilometers northeast of Baku.
The airport, with passenger traffic of almost 4.5 million, is well facilitated; there are many restaurants and cafes in the airport, a few comfortable lounges, including a spa. There is free WiFi access throughout the terminal. There are also free computer desks in case you want to use a regular computer and charging stations in case your batteries are running out of power.
You can get from the airport to the city center in 30 minutes by the airport shuttle; they depart every 30-60 minutes, around the clock. There is also an option to take one of the taxis waiting just outside of the airport – this is not a bad option considering that, in general, taxis are quite cheap in Azerbaijani. As for car rental, there are some opportunities available.
The city is vast and crowded, and therefore you might consider staying somewhere a little further from the heart of the town. Public transport works well and so it might be worth to balance the calmness of the neighborhood with the convenience of reaching the city center.
It is recommended to take care of your hotel reservation in advance.
Food and Beverage section of the Baku Travel Guide provides more detailed information about what to eat in Baku.
In the following subsections, you will find the essential information for planning the details of your trip.
There are strong winds in Baku regardless of the season, but in general, the climate is moderate and semi-arid.
Baku has several historical attractions such as mosques and museums. Moreover, city has beautiful parks. Below, you can find the must-seen places of Baku:
More information about the places to visit in Baku can be found in Baku Travel Guide.
To find a cheap flight to Baku, you can follow our promotions and seasonal campaigns. If you book your ticket in advance, it will be cheaper.
It is a just growing touristic direction, and it is an excellent opportunity to go there before crowds start flooding the area.
Residents of the European Union have to arrange an ASAN electronic visa before arriving.
Any time between May and October will work. The climate would suggest otherwise, but in fact, the Summers aren't exceedingly hot, which makes months like July or August attractive to go there as well.
Baku is a very vibrant city in which you can easily spend a week, but if you are on a budget or have time constraints, 2-3 days will be enough to be satisfied with what you saw.
There is a tourist card available, BakuCard; it includes free public transport, reduced fare or free of charge museum entry, and also discounts at cafeterias and restaurants.
Safety in Baku is very high. Except for some standard measures such as paying attention to your personal belongings in highly crowded areas, no extra measures are needed to ensure safety.
Baku is not an expensive city – depending on your preferences, you should be able to have a lovely time on budget money.
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