Baku is not only the oldest city in the Caucasus, but also a modern metropolis with developed infrastructure. In this tour you will see a lot of Baku tourist attractions. The city is interesting for fans of excursions as well as for outdoor enthusiasts. The city offers to its guests many historical attractions, picturesque landscapes and other interesting places. Join us in this 3-days Baku holiday tour and learn more about this beautiful city.
What to take with you:
First Aid Kit. The first thing on your list should be a first aid kit. Whilst there is no undue cause for alarm, travellers are best advised to travel well-prepared: adequately immunized, with sufficient supplies of prescription drugs, along with a medical kit.
Clothing. When it comes to clothing it is usually recommended that lighter clothes are worn through the day, and warmer ones at night. A hat is also advised to be worn through the day to protect from the sun, along with at least one piece of waterproof clothing for any days that the weather may be wet or windy. Please note that it can get quite cool in the mountains in the evening.
Luggage. Your luggage should not exceed 20kgs (44lbs). One large suitcase/rucksack, and one small hand luggage rucksack is acceptable.
Cultural and environmental guidelines. Please make sure that you dress modestly when entering mosques and religious buildings; shorts are not appropriate and shoulders should be covered.
Tipping. Tipping is commonly recognized as a way of rewarding guides, drivers and servitorial staff for good service. If you are satisfied with proposed service, please consider leaving a tip for them.
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