Baku city Tour

Baku City tour

Baku City Tour Step beyond the historic walls of Icherisheher and discover a vibrant Baku pulsating with contemporary energy and rich cultural heritage. This comprehensive city tour unveils the fascinating tapestry of Azerbaijan’s capital, where modern skyscrapers kiss the Caspian Sea and ancient traditions bloom amidst bustling streets.

Baku City Tour, Embark on your journey at the iconic Heydar Aliyev Center, a futuristic architectural masterpiece designed by Zaha Hadid. Explore its undulating curves and mesmerizing facade, a symbol of Baku’s modern aspirations. Dive into the city’s rich artistic tapestry at the National Carpet Museum, a treasure trove of handwoven tapestries, each whispering tales of nomadic heritage and intricate craftsmanship. Delve into Azerbaijan’s literary legacy at the Nizami Ganjavi Mausoleum, a mesmerizing turquoise haven dedicated to the country’s beloved poet. Stroll through the leafy Philharmonic Garden, a green oasis amidst the urban landscape, and soak in the harmonious melodies wafting from the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Hall. As dusk paints the sky, witness the dazzling Flame Towers ignite the cityscape with their dynamic light show. Capture panoramic views of the shimmering Caspian Sea and the glittering skyline from the Baku Ferris Wheel, a breathtaking finale to your city exploration.


  • Marvel at the architectural wonder of the Heydar Aliyev Center, a symbol of modern Baku.
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors and stories woven into traditional carpets at the National Carpet Museum.
  • Pay homage to the legendary poet Nizami Ganjavi at his mesmerizing mausoleum.
  • Find tranquility amidst the greenery of Philharmonic Garden and listen to the melodies of the State Philharmonic Hall.
  • Be mesmerized by the dazzling light show of the Flame Towers and enjoy panoramic views from the Baku Ferris Wheel.
  • Travel in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle with an expert guide providing insights and historical context.

Unlock the secrets of modern Baku and its timeless traditions on this immersive city tour. Book your experience today and prepare to be dazzled!

Baku City Tour Unveiling Baku’s Tapestry: From Panoramic Vistas to Cultural Delights

  •  Highland Park: Escape the urban buzz and ascend to Highland Park, Baku’s verdant sanctuary. Soak in panoramic views of the Caspian Sea and the city’s glittering skyline, a breathtaking postcard come to life.
  • Bibi Heybat Mosque: Seek serenity at the Bibi Heybat Mosque, a turquoise oasis overlooking the Caspian Sea. Marvel at its shimmering dome and intricate tilework, whispering tales of ancient faith and artistic mastery.
  • The First Oil Well: Delve into Baku’s industrial heritage at the site of the first oil well, drilled in 1846. This historical landmark reminds us of Azerbaijan’s rich energy legacy and its pioneering spirit.
  • Baku Eye: Soar above the city on the Baku Eye, a giant Ferris wheel offering bird’s-eye views of Baku’s architectural tapestry. Capture unforgettable panoramas of the modern skyline, ancient walls, and the endless Caspian Sea.
  • Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center: Immerse yourself in contemporary culture at the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, a mesmerizing architectural marvel designed by Zaha Hadid. Explore its futuristic curves and exhibitions showcasing Azeri art, history, and innovation.

This itinerary is just a glimpse of the treasures that await you in Baku. From breathtaking vistas to cultural gems, prepare to be captivated by the city’s vibrant heartbeat. So pack your camera, lace up your walking shoes, and get ready to experience the magic of Baku !

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  • Holiday Inn Baku, an IHG Hotel
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  • Professional guide
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  • Personal expenses

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  • Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking on paved surfaces.
  • Sun protection and a hat are recommended, especially during the summer months.
  • The tour involves moderate walking. Please inform us of any physical limitations during booking.
  • Photography is permitted at all sites.

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Cancellations made within 24 hours of the tour are non-refundable. 50% of the tour cost will be refunded for cancellations made between 24 and 48 hours in advance. Cancellations made 48 hours or more prior to the tour will receive a full refund.

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2-day Baku City Tour

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Private Tour of Baku City

Embark on a 2-day adventure in Baku, starting in the UNESCO-listed Old City. Sample street food, cruise the Caspian Sea, and admire the night panorama. Explore ancient sites like Atashgah Fire Temple and Yanardag Fire Mountain. Discover Gobustan’s 3D Bio Museum and Mud Volcanos. Wrap up at Haydar Aliyev Cultural Center.

Itinerary of Baku City Tour

  • Begin with an Old City Tour led by a knowledgeable guide, delving into centuries-old Baku history.
  • Explore the modern side of Baku with a Nizami Street walking tour, including street food tastings.
  • Experience the beauty of the Caspian Sea with a Masmarasing cruise tour.
  • Take a leisurely Baku Boulevard walking tour before the night adventure.
  • Enjoy a panoramic night tour starting at 7 pm, capturing breathtaking views of Flame Towers and the city skyline from Upland Park.
  • Journey to Gobustan, visiting the 3D Bio Museum and Open Air Rock Museum.
  • Explore the unique Moon Planet Mud Volcanos, offering rare views.
  • Witness the marvels of the Abseron Region, starting with the Atashgah Temple, a Zoroastrian Temple.
  • Continue to Yanardag, the Fire Mountain, to glimpse ancient history and local lore.
  • Conclude the tour with a visit to the modern icon, the Haydar Aliyev Cultural Center, symbolizing Baku’s contemporary charm.

Highlights of the 2-Day City Tour

Old city of baku.

In the Old City of Baku every step unveils centuries of history. Guided by an expert, immerse yourself in the enchanting ambiance of narrow streets and ancient landmarks, each narrating tales of bygone eras. Discover the intricate architecture of historic mosques, palaces, and caravanserais while gaining insight into the city’s rich cultural heritage.  From bustling bazaars to serene courtyards, the Old City tour offers a glimpse into the soul of Baku, leaving an indelible mark on every visitor.

Nizami Street

Along Baku’s Nizami Street you can immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of modern city life. This bustling pathway is a sensory delight, lined with many shops, cafes, and cultural landmarks. Stroll past colorful storefronts, indulging in delectable street food tastings that tantalize the palate. Amidst the hustle and bustle, absorb the eclectic atmosphere and dynamic street scenes, experiencing the contemporary heartbeat of Baku. The Nizami Street walking tour offers a lively exploration of the city’s cosmopolitan charm, leaving lasting impressions on all who wander its lively lanes.

Caspian Sea Cruise

The clear waters of the Caspian Sea offer unparalleled tranquillity and breathtaking visuals. The Caspian Sea cruise offers a unique perspective of Baku’s stunning coastline, where shimmering waters meet the distant horizon in a harmonious blend of nature’s beauty. Relax onboard as gentle sea breezes caress your skin and the rhythmic lull of the waves soothes your senses. With each passing moment, soak in the panoramic views of the city skyline and distant landscapes, creating timeless memories against this majestic body of water.

Baku Boulevard

Baku Boulevard is a charming walkway offering a peaceful break from the city’s hustle and bustle. As you stroll beside the Caspian Sea, marvel at the panoramic views of the waterfront and iconic landmarks dotting the horizon. Lined with lush greenery, charming cafes, and lively street performers, the boulevard is a haven of relaxation and leisure. Take in the refreshing sea breeze as you wander along the palm-fringed pathways, immersing yourself in the serene ambiance of this coastal oasis.

Panoramic Night Tour

The Panoramic Night Tour offers mesmerizing sights and sounds of the city of Baku at night. As it gets darker, you will journey through lit-up streets and glittering skylines, where the city’s landmarks come alive with an exciting energy.  From the iconic Flame Towers to the sweeping vistas of Upland Park, each viewpoint offers a captivating perspective of Baku’s nocturnal charm. Capture the city’s shimmering lights and architectural wonders as you traverse its bustling thoroughfares, creating unforgettable memories against the backdrop of the starlit sky.

Gobustan Rock Art

Roughly an hour’s drive from Baku, the Gobustan Rock Art Site spans over 500 hectares of land. Discover the captivating blend of ancient history and mesmerizing natural wonders in Gobustan. Explore the 3D Bio Museum and Open Air Rock Museum, discovering the enigmatic petroglyphs that tell stories of bygone eras. Continue your expedition to the Moon Planat Mud Volcanoes, marveling at their otherworldly beauty. Gobustan exploration promises an unforgettable adventure, blending cultural discovery with awe-inspiring landscapes.

Mud Volcanoes

Mud Volcanoes are a geological marvel in Azerbaijan’s rugged terrain. With their lunar-like appearance, these extraordinary formations boast a mesmerizing array of bubbling mud pools and eerie crater landscapes. As you venture through this otherworldly terrain, you’ll be captivated by the sight of mud eruptions and the unique textures of the lunar surface. The Moon Planat Mud Volcanoes offer a rare glimpse into the forces shaping our planet, leaving visitors in awe of nature’s boundless creativity and power.

Atashgah Temple

Atashgah Temple is a sacred site nestled in the Abseron Region of Azerbaijan. This Zoroastrian fire temple, dating back centuries, emanates an aura of ancient spirituality and historical significance. As you explore its intricate architecture and sacred chambers, you’ll be transported to a bygone era, where worshipers once revered the eternal flames that flicker within. A visit to the Atashgah Temple offers a profound journey into the heart of Azerbaijan’s cultural heritage, leaving visitors enchanted by its timeless mystique.

Yanardag Fire Mountain

Yanardag, the Fire Mountain, is a mesmerizing natural wonder in Azerbaijan’s landscape. Its perpetual flames fueled by natural gas offer a captivating display of nature’s power. As visitors gaze upon the ancient flames that have burned for centuries, they are transported back in time, imagining the myths and legends surrounding this mystical site. A visit to Yanardag is a testament to the enduring spirit of the land, leaving an indelible impression of wonder and awe.

Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre

The Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center is a modern architectural masterpiece in Baku, Azerbaijan. Designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, its fluid curves and futuristic design symbolize the city’s contemporary spirit. Visitors encounter a rich tapestry of cultural exhibitions, performances, and events within its walls, showcasing the nation’s artistic heritage. As a beacon of cultural exchange and innovation, the center invites guests to immerse themselves in a dynamic blend of tradition and modernity.

Preparing for a two-day tour of Baku

Careful packing and planning are essential while preparing yourself for a two-day tour of Baku.

Wear comfortable shoes for walking and bring a small backpack with water, snacks, sunscreen, and a camera. 

Check the weather forecast and dress in layers accordingly. 

Carry Azerbaijani Manat for purchases as cards may not be accepted everywhere. 

Don’t forget your passport or a copy, along with necessary identification. 

Though your guide will always be there with you, do have a physical map or guidebook for navigation.

Since this tour doesn’t provide water bottles, it’s advisable to bring extra ones to stay hydrated.

Pack light snacks for energy during the tour. 

With these essentials packed, you’re prepared for an enjoyable exploration of Baku.

Nearby accommodation

Fairmont Baku Flame Towers

This private tour of Baku doesn’t include accommodation. However, don’t worry because the capital city of Azerbeijan has many options.

The city caters to various preferences and budgets, from luxurious hotels to quaint boutique guesthouses. 

For those seeking luxury and impeccable service, hotels like the Four Seasons Hotel Baku and the Fairmont Baku Flame Towers offer elegant rooms, world-class amenities, and stunning views of the city skyline and the Caspian Sea. 

Travelers looking for a more intimate and authentic experience can opt for boutique hotels like the Boutique 19 Hotel or the Sultan Inn Boutique Hotel , nestled within Baku’s charming Old City and offering a glimpse into the city’s rich history and culture. 

Baku ensures visitors have a comfortable and memorable stay as they explore the wonders of this dynamic metropolis.

Baku’s Dining and Cuisine

Dining in Baku offers a delightful journey through the flavors of Azerbaijani cuisine, blending centuries-old culinary traditions with modern gastronomic innovation. 

Baku offers diverse dining options, from cozy tea houses with Azerbaijani teas to upscale restaurants blending local and international flavors, satisfying every palate.

Tourists exploring Baku can savor the richness of Azerbaijani cuisine through iconic dishes such as Plov (rice pilaf), Dolma (stuffed grape leaves), and succulent kebabs grilled to perfection. 

For an authentic culinary experience, visitors can dine at traditional Azerbaijani restaurants known as “Meykhana,” where they can indulge in lavish spreads of kebabs, saffron-infused rice, and an array of flavorful side dishes. 

Baku’s bustling street food scene allows one to sample local delicacies such as Qutab (savory stuffed pancakes), Shawarma, and Baku-style pizza, known as “Pide.” 

With its diverse dining options and tempting flavors, Baku promises tourists a culinary adventure as rich and diverse as the city itself.

Cultural Events at Baku

Baku hosts many cultural events throughout the year, enticing locals and tourists with its rich tapestry of traditions and artistic expressions. 

Baku’s Jazz Festival which occurs during spring, features global musicians, infusing the city with soulful melodies and rhythmic vibes, creating a vibrant musical hub.

Baku’s summer Music Festival hosts classical concerts in iconic venues like Heydar Aliyev Palace, spotlighting world-class orchestras and soloists, captivating audiences.

The Baku’s Film Festival during autumn attracts cinephiles with screenings and discussions, providing a platform for emerging and established filmmakers to showcase their work.

Throughout the year, Baku showcases Azerbaijani art and craftsmanship in city galleries and cultural centers, offering insights into the country’s vibrant artistic heritage.

Baku’s diverse cultural events spanning genres enrich its landscape, fostering creativity, dialogue, and art appreciation among its populace.

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Baku, Azerbaijan's capital, is a city where ancient history and modern architecture converge. Resting by the Caspian Sea, it boasts an array of remarkable structures that narrate its rich heritage and forward-looking aspirations. The city's architectural tapestry features everything from time-honored palaces to cutting-edge skyscrapers, creating a landscape that is as varied as it is impressive.

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Representative Henry Cuellar started from humble origins, but records show he welcomed the trappings of power afforded by his position.

Henry Cuellar, wearing a white shirt and a blue tie, standing inside a small restaurant.

By Kenneth P. Vogel and Kitty Bennett

Kenneth P. Vogel reported from Washington.

Over the years, Representative Henry Cuellar often harked back to the small house in Laredo, Texas. It was there that his parents, one-time migrant workers who spoke no English, raised him and his seven siblings to value hard work and beware the dangers of debt.

The references in speeches, campaign advertisements and interviews were intended to forge affinity with the largely Hispanic residents of his hometown. They demonstrated that “ I am one of you ,” as his campaign website put it in 2004, when he first won election to Congress as a Democrat representing Laredo, one of the poorest cities in the country .

By 2013, those hardscrabble beginnings seemed a distant memory.

Mr. Cuellar had become the hub of a bustling small enterprise that blurred the lines between his political operation, his businesses and his family, affording him trappings of affluence even as he sometimes strained to make ends meet.

He had recently purchased a penthouse apartment in Washington’s bustling Navy Yard neighborhood near Nationals Park and a pair of properties in Laredo, including a 6,000-square-foot house with a pool and cabana in a gated community on a street called Estate Drive. He took on an increasing amount of debt, and his net worth declined.

A new source of cash soon revealed itself, federal prosecutors are now saying.

Starting in 2014, Mr. Cuellar and his wife, Imelda Cuellar, accepted at least $598,000 over seven years from a Mexican bank and an oil company owned by the Azerbaijani government, according to prosecutors.

The Cuellars were charged earlier this month with accepting bribes, money laundering and violating foreign lobbying laws by trying to influence the government on behalf of their foreign paymasters. They pleaded not guilty and were released after each paid a bond of $100,000.

In a statement before the indictment , Mr. Cuellar proclaimed his innocence. One of the most conservative House Democrats — and the only one who publicly opposes abortion rights — Mr. Cuellar vowed to continue his campaign for re-election, though the indictment made the seat a more attractive pickup opportunity for Republicans seeking to protect their narrow majority in the chamber.

Two political consultants who prosecutors say aided the Cuellars’ scheme have agreed to plead guilty to conspiring with Mr. Cuellar to launder more than $200,000 from the Mexican bank. A third person, who worked for an affiliate of the Azerbaijani state-owned oil company, pleaded guilty to acting as an unregistered agent of Azerbaijan. All three have agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.

Eric Reed, a lawyer for Mr. Cuellar, rejected any “suggestion that there is a financial desperation that would create a motive for bribery. That didn’t exist.” Mr. Cuellar “lives within his means, and like anyone else, his net worth goes up and down,” Mr. Reed said in an interview “The fact that he’s had success doesn’t change his roots. He’s never forgotten where he came from,” Mr. Reed said, adding, “this is the American dream, and he’s in public service to make it real for others.”

Mr. Cuellar, the lawyer said, has followed campaign finance and ethics rules. “There was no quid pro quo,” Mr. Reed said. “His actions in this matter were lawful, transparent and entirely consistent with the actions of many of his colleagues and consistent with his own principles and the interests of the country.”

Mr. Cuellar’s indictment was only the second time in modern history that a sitting member of Congress was charged with acting as a foreign agent. The first, Senator Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, has also pleaded not guilty and is set to go on trial this week .

In some ways, though, Mr. Cuellar’s story — as detailed in the indictment , campaign finance filings, property records and congressional disclosure statements — traces a familiar Washington trajectory. Newcomers to Congress are often tempted by the spoils of office and soon find their finances and political lives intertwined.

Deep-pocketed special interests dangle political action committee contributions and junkets, as well as paydays for family members. In Washington, members of Congress are invited to exclusive clubs and black-tie gala functions by donors, wealthy colleagues and lobbyists. In their districts, they are courted by business owners seeking favor.

The lure can be harder to resist for the relatively small group of politicians from humble backgrounds who sometimes struggle to make ends meet while balancing family lives back home with the high cost of living in Washington much of the year.

Mr. Cuellar suggested in his statement that the House Ethics Committee and an unnamed “national law firm” had cleared his financial activity.

The proclamation, and his lawyer’s comments, hint at a possible defense. They cast his behavior in Congress as typical policymaking unrelated to any outside interests. Mr. Cuellar’s statement intimates that any payments to his wife were for consulting work based on skills that she was entitled to use to earn a living.

While there are pages and pages of rules restricting outside income, gifts and campaign spending, members of Congress often surround themselves with sycophantic staff members disinclined to push back, as well as sophisticated lawyers who offer advice on navigating laws restricting the spending of taxpayer and donor money.

“It’s an old story. It happens to people,” said Jackie Speier, who stepped down last year after 15 years as a Democratic representative from California. “You see when their light gets too bright, their moral compass has no way to measure right from wrong.”

Ms. Speier had been a leading congressional supporter of Azerbaijan’s regional rival Armenia.

The indictment does not identify Ms. Speier by name, but it refers to text messages in which Mr. Cuellar and his Azerbaijani contacts sought to neutralize her efforts to provide funding to Armenia, which Azerbaijan regarded as a slap in the face. She declined to comment on the charges against Mr. Cuellar, saying only that Congress can be “an intoxicating environment.”

The spending detailed in the indictment includes using the foreign money to pay off $58,000 in credit card payments and other debts, fund living expenses and make purchases including a $12,000 custom gown for Ms. Cuellar and a $7,000 down payment for a new car. It presents a very different picture of Mr. Cuellar from the one he projected back in Laredo.

Some constituents said the Cuellars never showcased their wealth, even as they moved to the gated community. Melissa R. Cigarroa, a Laredo city councilwoman who has backed Mr. Cuellar through his recent primary races, said the Cuellars, and specifically Ms. Cuellar, were “not ostentatious.”

Mr. Cuellar has repeatedly told the story of how his parents toiled for years as migrant farm workers before settling in Laredo, when Mr. Cuellar, their firstborn, was a toddler. They raised him and his siblings on as little as $300 in monthly wages his father earned as a gardener, and his children were often enlisted to help with the work.

“Other kids got up on Saturday and watched the cartoons,” Mr. Cuellar told The Houston Chronicle for an article he posted on his official House website in 2014. “My dad told us, ‘You finish your work first.’ So we would be out at the crack of dawn, mowing and raking, so we could watch ‘The Jetsons.’”

Mr. Cuellar told The Chronicle that his father, who died in 2019 , “doesn’t like debt.”

In a campaign advertisement , he said that “I washed dishes while I worked hard on my way from Laredo College to Georgetown University.” After earning graduate degrees in business and the law, he said in the ad, “I turned down jobs in big cities and came home to Laredo to make a difference.”

He started his own law practice and was elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 1986 at age 30, serving for 14 years. In 2001, he was chosen by Rick Perry, a Republican serving as Texas’ governor, to be secretary of state.

Along the way, he assembled a small portfolio of rental properties in Laredo. He created a company called HC Rentals to manage the properties, including his childhood home, which is owned by his sister, and the house next door, which he owns. Another company he controlled, HC Air, operated a small private plane he bought before his election to Congress.

His political operation came to overlap with his businesses and his family.

During his early congressional runs, his campaign committee reported to the Federal Election Commission that it paid $11,500 in rent to his law firm and HC Rentals, though the filings also show that Mr. Cuellar donated about $159,000 worth of rent, office furniture and equipment to his campaign. The campaign paid about $92,000 to HC Air for air travel, before he sold his plane in 2011 for as much as $100,000, F.E.C. filings and personal financial disclosure statements show.

His campaign would later pay a total of more than $15,000 to his family members, F.E.C. filings show , including his wife, his two daughters and his sister Rosie Cuellar, a former Webb County official now running for the Texas State House. Mr. Cuellar’s brother Martin is the Webb County sheriff.

In 2013, Mr. Cuellar disclosed that he had taken on debts totaling as much as $1.15 million, including a loan that initially ranged from $50,000 to $100,000 from a donor to buy another property in Laredo. The donor, Rasoul Khaledi, owns a chain of duty-free stores along the Mexican border, including in Laredo, as well as two elsewhere in Mexico. He and his family donated tens of thousands of dollars to Mr. Cuellar’s campaigns, and four of Mr. Khaledi’s children were given unpaid internships in the congressman’s office, as reported by the Center for Public Integrity . Mr. Khaledi did not respond to requests for comment.

When the loans started appearing on Mr. Cuellar’s personal financial disclosure statements, he blamed the economic downturn.

“This recession has impacted all Americans — from farmers to small-business owners to public servants — and I am not exempt from it,” he told The Fort Worth Star-Telegram .

His net worth dipped as low as $29,000 in 2013 , down from a minimum of $200,000 the year before , according to an analysis of the disclosure filings by the nonpartisan website OpenSecrets. (These filings require officials to list only a range of their assets and liabilities, rather than precise amounts.)

It is not clear why the Azerbaijani and Mexican interests initially reached out to Mr. Cuellar, though the Azerbaijani oil industry, including the state-owned company that prosecutors say funded the payments to the Cuellars, maintain a presence in Texas.

In 2013, a nonprofit funded by the state-owned oil company arranged and paid for a trip to Istanbul and Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, for Mr. Cuellar and his wife. The trip, which cost more than $26,000, included briefings with officials from the Azerbaijani government and oil company, meals and tours of museums and palaces, according to a congressional disclosure statement .

Shortly after they returned, Azerbaijani officials discussed as “a top priority” the need to cultivate relationships with members of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs, which included Mr. Cuellar, according to his indictment.

The “good news is that Cuellar was just in Baku,” an Azerbaijani diplomat wrote to a representative of the oil company.

About a year later, Mr. Cuellar and his wife were editing a draft of an agreement under which the oil company would pay monthly fees to a company she had created, according to the indictment.

Sylvia Bruni, the chair of the Webb County Democratic Party, in a message to local Democrats, called the claims in the indictment “distressing, casting a dark cloud over all our sincerest efforts on behalf of our community.” But she wrote that the party would “remain quiet regarding the allegations, presuming innocence and trusting the justice system to work fairly.”

As news of Mr. Cuellar’s indictment spread last week, constituents reacted with shock at allegations they said were so at odds with the man they knew. In interviews with more than two dozen voters in his district, many described Mr. Cuellar as humble, hard-working or simply “un buen hombre”: a good man.

“He is one of us,” said Juan Eladio Rivera, 68, a Democrat and retired carpenter in Roma, Texas. “People want to knock him out of power because he has been in office for so long, but he has been in office for so long because he has done good things.”

Jazmine Ulloa contributed reporting from Laredo, Texas.

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This is a special 2-day Sheki tour for guests who are interested in both nature and old architecture. going through the green slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains makes this experience unique

Embark on a transformative 2-day Sheki tour expedition that transports you to the heart of Sheki, a captivating town steeped in history and nestled amidst the stunning landscapes of Azerbaijan. Departing from the vibrant capital of Baku, this immersive tour promises an unforgettable journey through time, culture, and natural wonders. Let the scenic roads wind you through the majestic Caucasus Mountains, revealing the hidden treasures of Azerbaijan’s heritage.

Day 1: Cultural Immersion in Sheki Tour

As the sun rises over Baku, you’ll set forth on an exciting adventure towards Sheki, a town with a legacy that spans centuries. Your journey begins with a scenic drive, granting glimpses of Azerbaijan’s diverse landscapes, from the Caspian Sea’s azure beauty to the rugged allure of the Caucasus Mountains. The road carries you through quaint villages, each bearing its stories of tradition and charm.

During the Sheki tour, be prepared to step into a realm of architectural marvels and cultural wonders. The focal point of the town awaits—the awe-inspiring Sheki Khan’s Palace. Admire the intricate stained glass windows and frescoes that adorn the palace’s facade, a testament to the region’s rich artistic heritage. Your expert guide will regale you with the captivating history of Sheki’s royal past, where the lives of the Khans unfold before your eyes.

Continuing the journey into Sheki’s illustrious past, you’ll visit the Sheki History Museum, a treasure trove of artefacts and exhibits. Unravel the threads of time as you delve into the town’s storied history and cultural significance. Learn about the ancient traditions, crafts, and customs that have shaped Sheki’s unique identity over the ages. The exhibits, curated with care, offer a glimpse into the lives of the town’s inhabitants from generations past.

No visit to Sheki is complete without immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Sheki Bazaar. Step into a bustling marketplace where locals trade in exotic spices, intricate textiles, and traditional handicrafts. Engage with the friendly traders, and perhaps even test your haggling skills to bring home a cherished keepsake of your journey.

As the day draws to a close, you’ll find tranquillity and comfort in the cosy accommodation provided, allowing you to rest and rejuvenate for the exciting day that lies ahead.

Day 2: From Ancient Silk Road to Artistic Heritage

On the second day of Sheki, tour 2 unveils the historical legacy of the ancient Silk Road, which once passed through these very lands. Venture to the Sheki Caravanserai , a living testament to the days of the Silk Road trade, where merchants and travellers converged to exchange goods, cultures, and stories. Walk in the footsteps of those who journeyed from distant lands, and let the echoes of the past transport you to a time of cultural exchange and adventure.

Leaving the town behind, you’ll venture to the charming Sheki Kish Village, where time seems to stand still amid the serene countryside. Embrace the simplicity and warmth of traditional rural life, connecting with the roots of Azerbaijan’s heritage. Stroll along cobbled paths, bordered by lush greenery, and witness the everyday rhythms of village life.

The final chapter of this wondrous tale unfolds at a local Silk Factory, where the ancient art of silk production is practised with precision and pride. Witness skilled artisans transform delicate silkworm cocoons into exquisite threads, a testament to a craft that has woven its way into Azerbaijan’s identity. Immerse yourself in the process, gaining insight into the dedication and artistry that lies behind each silk thread

Join us on this unforgettable Sheki tour, where the past and the present intertwine to create cherished memories of Azerbaijan’s hidden treasure. Experience the enchanting beauty, immerse yourself in the culture, and create lasting connections as you discover the heart and soul of Sheki.

  • Explore the enchanting Sheki Khan's Palace with its intricate stained glass windows and detailed frescoes.
  • Immerse yourself in Sheki's rich history and heritage at the Sheki History Museum.
  • Experience the historical significance of the Sheki Caravanserai and its role along the Silk Road trade routes.
  • Discover the artistic heritage of Azerbaijan at the Museum of Applied Arts housed in the Albanian Church.
  • Visit the charming Sheki Kish Village and experience traditional rural life in Azerbaijan.
  • Enjoy breathtaking views of the Caucasus Mountains and picturesque countryside throughout the journey.

DAY 1 - Departure from Baku

DAY 1 - Departure from Baku

8:00 AM: Meet with your tour group at the designated meeting point in Baku, where you'll be warmly welcomed by our experienced tour guide. After a brief introduction and a rundown of the exciting days ahead, we'll board our comfortable tour vehicle and set off on an enchanting journey towards the charming town of Sheki. During the drive, be prepared to be mesmerized by the ever-changing landscapes of Azerbaijan. Our knowledgeable guide will share intriguing stories about the history and cultural significance of the places we pass through, providing valuable insights into the country's heritage.

DAY 1 - Arrive in Sheki

DAY 1 -  Arrive in Sheki

12:00 PM: Arrive in Sheki and indulge in a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, savoring traditional Azerbaijani cuisine.

DAY 1 - Visit the iconic Sheki Khan's Palace

DAY 1 -   Visit the iconic Sheki Khan's Palace

1:30 PM: Visit the iconic Sheki Khan's Palace, an architectural marvel dating back to the 18th century. Admire its intricate stained glass windows and detailed frescoes.

DAY 1 - Sheki Fortress

DAY 1 -  Sheki Fortress

Also known as the Sheki Castle, this ancient fortress offers panoramic views of the town and surrounding landscapes. It is an excellent spot to explore the town's history and enjoy the scenic beauty.

DAY 1 - Museum Of Applied Arts (Albanian Church)

DAY 1 - Museum Of Applied Arts (Albanian Church)

The Museum of Applied Arts, also known as the Albanian Church, is a unique and historically significant attraction in Sheki, Azerbaijan. It is a former Albanian Christian church that has been converted into a museum showcasing applied arts and crafts from the region.

DAY 1 - Sheki Caravanserai

DAY 1 - Sheki Caravanserai

The Sheki Caravanserai is a historic and culturally significant building located in the town of Sheki, Azerbaijan. It is one of the well-preserved caravanserais in the country and serves as a reminder of the Silk Road's historical trade routes that passed through the region.

DAY 2 - Scenic drive to the charming Sheki Kish Village

DAY 2 -  Scenic drive to the charming Sheki Kish Village

After a delightful breakfast at the hotel, we'll embark on a scenic drive to the charming Sheki Kish Village, located in the picturesque foothills of the Caucasus Mountains.

DAY 2 - Albanian Church In Kish

DAY 2 -  Albanian Church In Kish

The Albanian Church in Kish, also known as the Church of Saint Elishe, is a historically significant religious site located in the village of Kish near Sheki, Azerbaijan. It is one of the oldest Christian churches in the Caucasus region and holds great importance in the country's cultural and religious heritage.

DAY 2 - Local Silk Factor

DAY 2 - Local Silk Factor

We'll visit a local Silk Factory to witness the fascinating process of silk production. Learn about the traditional methods used to transform silkworm cocoons into exquisite silk threads, which have been a part of Azerbaijan's rich heritage for centuries.

DAY 2 - Return to Baku

The unforgettable Sheki tour concludes. We'll bid our farewells, and our tour vehicle will take you back to Baku with cherished memories of Sheki's natural beauty, local traditions, and artistic heritage.


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