Baku (Alp Inn) - Gabala (Qafqaz City) - Baku (Alp Inn)

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Alp Inn Hotel

This 4-star hotel in Baku offers local cuisine, spa facilities and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. It is a 5-minute walk from Ganjlik Metro Station and the Tofik Bakhramov Stadium.

Baku is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Caucasus.

Many sizable world hotel chains have a presence in the city. Baku has many popular tourist and entertainment spots, such as the downtown Fountains Square, the One and Thousand Nights Beach, Shikhov Beach and Oil Rocks. Baku's vicinities feature Yanar Dag, an ever-blazing spot of natural gas. On 2 September 2010, with the inauguration of National Flag Square, Baku became home to the world's tallest flagpole, according to the Guinness Book of Records.

Baku has several shopping malls; the most famous city center malls are Park Bulvar, Genclik Mall, Metro Park, 28 MALL, Aygun city and AF MALL. The retail areas contain shops from chain stores up to high-end boutiques.

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Gabala, Qafqaz City Hotel

Gabala is renowned for the ruins of an ancient walled city, Chukhur Gabala, dating back to the 4th century BC. The city has a large war memorial, numerous ancient stone houses and the Rashidbek monument, which is shaped as a huge book.

Another landmark is the large Qabala Radar station, on the southern horizon as seen from Gabala, is one of only two Daryal-type missile early warning stations in the former USSR.

Gabala has large sections of greenery either preserved by the National Government or designated as green zones. The city includes "Gabalaland", which is the largest amusement park in Azerbaijan.

$375/person
  • Transport (Mercedes-Benz Viano)
  • Driver
  • Baku City tour
  • Gabala Tour
  • Alp Inn Hotel
  • Gabala, Qafqaz City Hotel
*Guide service is provided upon request at extra charge

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