East Legend Panorama Hotel

38 Khanlar st, Baku, Azerbaijan
East Legend Panorama Hotel
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Forum Posts

How can I get to Baku by train?

by tugaontour

I'm planning on a rail trip around Europe. I don't have much information on how I can get to Baku by train. Could anyone give me some piece of info? Thanx

Re: How can I get to Baku by train?

by george5b

There is a daily train running from Tbilisi to Baku (overnight). The borders between AZ and Armenia are closed, those with Russia are closed for westerners.

Re: How can I get to Baku by train?

by tugaontour

Do you know at what time does the train leaves T'bilisi? Is it a daily train? Thanx

Re: How can I get to Baku by train?

by george5b

My Thomas Cook timetable (a year old) shows the train as leaving Tbilisi on TU/FR/SU at 1855 and a faster train leaving Tbilisi on MO/TH/SA at 2050. Both arrive in Baku around 8 am. Howeverm I hear that the faster train was recently discontinued, so you'll have to double-check that locally.

Re: How can I get to Baku by train?

by leylawa

I think the easiest way by train is from Russia. There are a lot of direct trains from Russia, to Baku Central Railway Station. You can come from Georgia as well, but I think it is easier from Russia.

Travel Tips for Baku

Vodka and Table Visits

by rossbaku

Whenever at a traditional Azeri party, you will be invited to sit with many people at different tables, some of whom you've never met before and some you can't communicate with because of a language barrier.

However, everyone speaks vodka. Whenever you are invited, do not turn it down as you will be likely to offend. Sit for a while and try your best to communicate, locals appreciate this (I suppose it is the same the world over).

When it comes to vodka, take a shot with everyone, as it is usually used to toast good health and as you would be the guest, it would be most likely directed at you.

Azeri people are very warm and welcoming. Help them and they will help you.

Mardakan Beach

by traveloturc

You cant swim in Hazar sea in other words Xazar Lake in Baku and if you want to enjoy the sea or the lake you have to go a little to north
Mardakan's beach (Sahil beach) is on of the best in the Apsheron peninsula.
Luxury accomodation is available at the "Khazar Golden Beach Hotel & Resort ", a Caribbean style resort built right at Sahil beach. A cash machine is available Yesenin street (International Bank of Azerbaijan).
East of Mardakan is the small coastal island of Pirallakhi, with the small setlement of Artyom. Further east is Chilov island.
(25 km north-east of Baku)

Where to eat in Baku

by maykal

Baki has a huge number of restaurants and cafes, and because of the large foreign population (oil workers et al.) almost every cuisine is available. For Azeri food (kebabs, sturgeon, salad, cheese, etc....see Natik's Azerbaijan cookery travelogue for a better description) there are several upmarket restaurants along the seafront, one of them in a strange sea-shell shaped building. Taj Mahal is a good Indian restaurant, and Anadolu is a Turkish fast-food chain worth visiting if you can't get enough of kebabs. Unfortunately, McDonalds' golden arches have arrived, in the most prominent position possible...the middle of Fountains Square.

Icari Sahar (aka old town) walls

by josephescu

Most of the walls surrounding the old town survive, as they were strengthened after the Russian conquest in 1806.
Much of the area enclosed by these walls is closed to vehicles, with some exceptions of course - some foreign oil companies have installed offices inside.

Sehitler Hiyabani (Martyrs Lane)

by traveloturc

Formerly the Kirov park, the space is now dedicated to the memory of those who lost their lives during the war with Armenia and also to the 137 people who were killed on 19 & 20 January 1990 when Soviet tanks and troops took to the streets of Baku (often called "Black January"). Photographs of victims featured on each tomb-stone are sobering and poignant. Now 20 January has become a national holiday of deep emotional meaning.

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