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Azadlig Prospekt 16 / 21, Baku, 1010, Azerbaijan
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Flights out of Baku.

by bluebug

Hi I'm trying to get my best friend a flight out of Baku to Jakarta without it having to cost her nearly $1,000. Is this possible? Can anyone tell me where to search? Thanks.
-zan

Re: Flights out of Baku.

by Nuclei

Hi,
This is not an easy route. Assuming you or somebody around can understand Turkish, I suggest you try folloiwng web site: www.garantiucushatti.com.tr
I checked a random date, price is around 1000 Euro. Route is Baku-Moscow-Dubai-Jakarta.

I used this web site many times, totally secure.

Re: Flights out of Baku.

by tutuq8

Hi,
My suggestion: Try first getting to Dubai via Azal (approx $500) or to Istanbul via Turkish Airlines (aprox $420). I heard Yemen Airlines goes to Jakarta via Dubai and the ticket is very cheap...

Re: Flights out of Baku.

by bluebug

Hey I'm sorry to be so late on a thank you reply. I really appreciate your suggestions. Thank you!

Travel Tips for Baku

Petrified cats

by dayfiel

Look around the old city and you will see Azerbaijan's national animal -the cat ,imortalised in stone. These three gaze at you from a window on high . There are of course lots of real ones and it seems a bit of a custom for the locals to feed the street cats just as people in other parts of the world feed pigeons. Of course the risks for pigeons here are high .The street cats are also very friendly.At least they don't Meow [loudly] at you or try to bite you.

Taza Bazaar

by gsd_1965

Since the times of the legendary Silk Rout, Baku has always been an international city being a major stop over for the travelers on their journey to and from China. So it is not surprising that this city has an overabundance of cuisine choice to satisfy the most sophisticated and the most basic of tastes.
Traditional Azerbaijani cuisine can be described as an intriguing mixture of Turkish, Iranian, Central Asian and even Indian influences. Food is an important part of the Azerbaijani culture.
One of the favorite of visitors in Baku is a traditional Azeri restaurant (Karvan sara) in the heart of the old city where you can sit in the open-air courtyard and enjoy all kinds of kebabs with fabulous fresh and tasty Azerbaijani vegetables and lavash (warm bread).
Food shopping in Azerbaijani bazaars is worth and fun. Goods range from extremely fresh and organically grown products and a taste of the country’s culture at the same time. There is always a beautifully displayed selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, which varies according to season. Fish comes out of the Caspian, from the country rivers or frozen from Dubai or anywhere.

Caspian Sea cruise.

by genka8

Unique oportunity to see an ecological disaster. All sea was covered with oil spots. I had an impression that it would ignite if somebody dropped a match.
It's been 20 years, but this is the most vivid memory I have from this trip. I just hope it is better now.

Maiden Tower - the pride of Baku

by Minashka

Well it is impossible to miss the mighty Maiden Tower when visiting Baku! It proudly stands in the Old Town facing the Caspian Sea. According to various sources the tower was built sometime between 9th and 12th centuries. There are many legends surrounding it... According to one of the most popular legends, it was a king, himself the girl's father, who fell in love with her and wanted to marry her. But the girl tried to delay her father's advances by begging him to build the tower and wait until it was completed. When he completed it, he had still not changed his mind. That's when she leaped into the sea. Hence the name "Maiden". But nowadays the sea is about a block away although it is getting closer and closer again!
The structure is 16-16.5 meters in diameter and rises eight levels to tower above all the buildings of the old "Inner City" of Baku. Its architectural plan, seemingly so simple, consists of walls which at the base are extraordinarily thick, beginning at five meters in depth and gradually narrowing to four meters at the top.

Railways station

by josephescu

Receiving advice from his father, Aliyev Jr. is either prudent or having second thoughts. However, the poster I liked most was the Aliyev senior dressed in smoking and smiling maliciously, as if presenting the way forward for his people.

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