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You may not think that there are many tourist attractions in Azerbaijan but the country has plenty to keep even the most active tourist happy. Here are just a few suggestions that you might want to consider for your trip.
Arrange a rental car and head for the town of Lahic, which is becoming an increasingly popular destination for a number of reasons. The town has beautiful architecture and many people come here because they want to spend time hiking in the surrounding mountains. However, it is also a great place to pick up a few souvenirs, thanks to the craft shops and workshops. Those who are interested in the traditional way of life here can contact the tourist office and arrange to stay with a local family.
Mountains and volcanoes are the order of the day in Azerbaijan, with many people climbing mountains like Besbarmaq Dag, located just north of Baku. It is considered to be a holy site and here you can see evidence of pilgrimages, such as the prayer flags hung from the bushes. The holy status of the mountain pre-dates the arrival of Islam in the country. The Gobustan hills are home to the mud volcanoes. The location is just an hour away from Baku if you opt for Azerbaijan car rental. The mud is widely considered to be therapeutic but it is boiling and there are dangers if you get too close!
Tourists can find out more about the history of the country by spending a bit of time at the National History Museum. Located in a mansion in the centre of Baku, this museum has exhibits dating back to the Bronze Age and there are English-language descriptions on all the exhibits. Alternatively you could spend some time in the Old City of Baku and visit the 15th century Shirvanshah Palace. This building has been lovingly restored and exhibits on the life of the Persian Sufi rulers.
You could visit the Iceri Seher and climb the staircases in the Maiden’s Tower. This overlooks the Caspian Sea and from 30 metres up you get amazing 360° views. There are touch-screen installations that give you all the information that you need on the history of the building, which dates back to 500 BC.
You could also take your historical knowledge back even further with the help of the Gobustan Petroglyphs. The region is thought to have been inhabited for more than 20,000 years and the Stone Age art includes the earliest known drawing of a boat.