Breakfast at the Hotel followed by the first excursion at Flame Towers Complex – The trio of blue-glass skyscrapers dominates the twinkling skyline of Baku. Completed in 2012, The Flame Towers is a mirror image of the oil-rich city’s megalopolis charm. The three towers feature 28-33 storeys and promise a striking painting-like picture at night.
Visit to the Upland Park- Also called Dagustu Park, this is known as the highest point of the city. Take a moment’s break from the hustle-bustle and catch a breathtaking bird’s eye view of Baku from this famed vantage point. You can catch a train (funicular), or take the 7-8-minute walk from the boulevard, or climb the endless stone stairs to reach the viewpoint.
Old city tour- Explore the intriguing Old City of Baku, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through its grand double gates and travel back in time: the sags of a bygone era lingers even today within the vestiges of The Old Town. It’s a maze of idyllic cobblestone streets dotted with ancient buildings. Within its fortified walls stands the majestic Shirvanshahs Palace, which boasts a thousand-year history. However, the historic icon of Baku is the 12th century Maiden Tower. You can climb to the top of the tower to catch a stunning view of the Old City and Baku Bay.
Fountain Square-The beautiful Fountain Square is named so for its stunning array of fountains that grab the attention of the beholder. This serene piazza attracts locals and foreigners alike as it has a relaxing ambience. You can see many sitting around the fountains enjoying the lively company and breezy atmosphere. The square boasts an interesting array of places to eat, drink, or shop. Baku Boulevard – Known as one of the longest promenades in the world, the Baku Seaside Boulevard is 5.75 kilometres in length. Take a leisurely stroll along the Boulevard enjoying the stunning seascapes to wrap up the evening. The Carpet Museum, 75-metre-high parachute tower, and the International Mugham are some of the interesting places you can spot along the way, Little Venice on the Boulevard is dating from the 1960s, and makes you wonder for a moment whether you are actually in the City of Love. As one would imagine, Little Venice is adorned with shallow waterways, Venetian-inspired colonnades, and bridges. Overnight stay in Baku