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Azerbaijan is located in the eastern part of the Caucasus region in Eurasia, bordering the Caspian Sea to the east with a population of more than ten million. Azerbaijan is a proud nation with its rich history, delicious cuisine, and spectacular natural beauties. While all around modern atmosphere is shaping what Azerbaijan is today, the country carries influences of many age-old civilizations to the future. Buy your cheap flight ticket to Azerbaijan now and get ready to discover the land of fire!

You can reach Azerbaijan with Pegasus Airlines' direct and connecting two-way flights. The arrival airports for Azerbaijan flights departing from Istanbul, Izmir, and Alanya are Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD) and Ganja International Airport (GNJ). Direct flights to Baku are operated from Izmir and Alanya. Ganja International Airport is used for direct flights from Sabiha Gökçen International Airport in Istanbul. Also, you can travel to Azerbaijan with connecting flights via Istanbul, Izmir, and Alanya from more than 100 different destinations around the world.

Transportation from Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport to the City Centre

You can get to the city centre by bus and taxi from Heydar Aliyev Airport, 25 km from Baku city centre.


It takes approximately 45 minutes to reach Baku city centre by public bus number 116. Aero Express buses go on the route of Heydar Aliyev Street - 28 May metro stop and Köroğlu Train station. You can also find the opportunity to visit many points in the city by transferring to Metro and train lines with aero express buses.


You can choose taxi and car rental options to make your journey from the airport to the city more comfortable and enjoyable.

Transportation from Ganja International Airport to the City Centre

The distance from Ganja International Airport to the city centre is 8 km. The most accessible and most economical options for transportation from the airport to the city are buses and minibusses.

Bus - Minibus

There are frequent bus services from the airport that can take you to the city centre. You can reach the city centre in approximately 25 minutes by bus, and then you can go to the tourist areas on your sightseeing route by minibus. You can also get to Baku by airport buses from Ganja.

Public Transport

There are different alternatives for public transport in Azerbaijan, such as buses, small buses, metro, and taxis. You can visit many points of the city with the buses called Baku Bus. It is possible to reach many touristic areas with minibusses in and out of the town. The metro, which provides service with two lines, red and green, and 25 stations in Baku, allows access to important points such as Nizami Street and the Baku bus terminal. Besides, you can visit the cities within the scope of your sightseeing route by taxi.

What are the service hours of Azerbaijan's public transport?

Buses in Azerbaijan serve from 06.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. Transportation in the Baku metro is carried out from 06.00 a.m. to midnight.

Is there a tourist travel card in Azerbaijan?

"BakıKART for limited use" is a convenient travel card that tourists can use for transportation in the country.

Intercity Transport

Buses and trains serve intercity transportation in Azerbaijan. You can also go to the nearby areas outside the city by minibusses. You can travel between cities and different countries by bus and train services. For example, after reaching Baku with Pegasus flights, you can go to Ganja by train.


Where to Stay in Azerbaijan?

Azerbaijan is a popular tourism destination in its region and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors, especially in its capital city Baku.

If you are in Baku for the first time, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located around UNESCO World Heritage listed “Icheri Sheher” neighborhood since you will be walking distance away from some of Azerbaijan’s must-visit historical attractions such as Maiden Tower or Muhammad Mosque.

If you would like to discover Azerbaijan’s spectacular natural beauties such as Nohur Lake or Yeddi Gozel Waterfall, you can stay in hotels located in Gebele district. The district has many boutique hotels that promise a refreshing stay at the heart of nature.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Azerbaijan and you can book a hotel easily through our website.


Things to Do in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is an amazing country to discover with its well-preserved natural wonders and fascinating historical attractions. It is a joy to explore what Azerbaijan has to offer in every season of the year. We listed some of these things you can do in Azerbaijan below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Azerbaijan Travel Guide.

  • Discover the Old Town: Old Town, commonly called as Icheri Sheher is the historical center of Baku with a history that dates back to the 12th century and is home to many significant landmarks of the city such as the Maiden Tower or Palace of the Shirvanshahs. UNESCO World Heritage listed Icheri Sheher is known for its cobblestone streets, ancient walls, and colorful atmosphere.
  • Climb up to Maiden Tower: Maiden Tower is the most ancient monument of Baku as well as its iconic symbol. The tower’s history dates back to as early as the 7th century BC and is on UNESCO World Heritage List. It is possible for visitors to climb to the tower and enjoy the beautiful sunset over charming Baku.
  • Explore Palace of the Shirvanshahs: The Palace of the Shirvanshahs is one of the most magnificent architectural landmarks of Baku and was built in the 15th century by the Shirvanshah dynasty. UNESCO World Heritage listed palace is an amazing place to explore with its mausoleums, mosque, gates, baths, and gates.
  • Shop from Nizami Street: Nizami Street is the most popular modern shopping street in Baku that is frequented by many locals and international tourists as well. The street has a variety of shops, souvenir stores, supermarkets, top-tier restaurants, and cafés.
  • Visit Azerbaijan Carpet Museum: Traditional carpets are an integral part of Azerbaijan’s cultural heritage and Azerbaijan Carpet Museum is the best place for you to learn more about it in a delightful way. The museum displays varying weaving techniques, rugs, and carpets over the course of history and also known for its fascinating architectural style.
  • See Highland Park at Night: Highland Park offers one of the best views in Baku and it is possible to enjoy the city’s gorgeous coastline from the park. The park becomes a magical place at night with countless bright lights all around.

You can visit our detailed Baku Travel Guide to learn more about Baku and its spectacular attractions.

Car Rental in Azerbaijan

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Azerbaijan for business or leisure.


Azerbaijan Airports

We use Heydar Aliyev International Airport for our flights in Azerbaijan. 

Heydar Aliyev International Airport

Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD) is located 25 kilometers away from Baku city center. You can get to the city center with direct bus, taxi, and rental car. Direct buses are the most convenient option in Heydar Aliyev International Airport to get to Baku city center and they are available for every hour both day and night. In order to use direct buses, you need to buy tickets beforehand from the kiosk available at the airport.

We listed some useful side notes about Azerbaijan for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Azerbaijan

  • Azerbaijani is the only official and most commonly spoken language of the country. Most locals can also speak Russian and English.
  • Azerbaijan is a safe country to visit with low petty and violent crime rates but it is recommended for you to be cautious about pickpocketing and tourist scams.
  • Azerbaijan uses Azerbaijani manat as its currency and there are many exchange vendors located around the country.
  • Azerbaijan is an expensive country to visit with slightly higher accommodation, food, and sightseeing expenses in comparison to other countries in its region, such as Georgia or Armenia.
  • Some shops, restaurants, and cafés do not accept payments with credit or debit cards so it can be useful for you to have some local currency in cash.
  • Most locals do not drink from tap water in Azerbaijan.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +994

Heydar Aliyev International Airport Number: +994 12 497 27 27

Official Tourism Information Number for Baku: +994 12 498 12 44

Police: 02

Ambulance: 03


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