The first stop will be the Uphill Park, which is the highest point in the capital of Azerbaijan, offering a panoramic view of the entire central part of the city and Baku Bay. This is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in Baku, which makes it suitable for quiet walks.
Your professional guide will take you to a specific place in the park, where you will have the opportunity to see a unique view of the city with its beautiful buildings and landmarks, as well as the Ferris Wheel, Crystal Hall and Baku Boulevard. In addition, you will have a view of buildings such as the Parliament of Azerbaijan and the Flame Towers, which are three skyscrapers that include a hotel, apartments and offices.
The next stop will be a museum of Azerbaijani carpet where valuable historical artifacts and works of art are stored, covering the entire centuries-old history of Azerbaijan. This includes not only carpets and rugs with national ornaments and plots, but also archaeological monuments dating back to the Bronze Age, artistic sewing and national clothes of the 19th century, metal, wood, glass, jewelry, and weapons.
The next stop is Baku Boulevard, the waterfront park, which is considered one of the main attractions and pride of Baku. This is a magnificent 25-kilometer park with exotic trees, shopping and entertainment centers, bicycle paths, views of the European architecture of Baku in the 19th century. In addition, the park is famous for a small version of Venice. It fascinates visitors of the city and residents of Baku with its canals, bridges and gondolas.
Walking through this amazing park, you will immediately recognize one of the architectural masterpieces of the Stalin era - the Government House of Soviet Azerbaijan. It took almost 16 years to build this gigantic structure when Azerbaijan was under Soviet rule. Moreover, historical evidence shows that German prisoners of war were used to build this huge structure.