Dear friends, we invite you to visit our miraculous country and live the unique experience at the crossroads of the civilizations and histories in such a beautiful place like Azerbaijan and its capital Baku!
If you have already been here, it can be another opportunity to see development of the country hold during last 10 years, if it is a first time you are interested in this region, down you can find basic useful information to be prepared for such unusual visit.
About the country:
Azerbaijan gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, and is ruled by a presidential system. With an estimated population of 9.6 million in 2015, it is divided into 66 regions, 13 urban districts and the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic. It is rich in natural resources, most notably oil and natural gas.
Entry formalities: Valid passport is required. Entry visa required by all. Entry visa may be obtained through our company.
Population: 9 590 159 (2013).
Capital od Azerbaijan: Baku
Major languages: Azeri is the official language. Other languages: Russian, Georgian, and Lezghi. Russian and Turkish are widely spoken.
Azerbaijan currency: Manat (1 Manat = 100 Quapik)
Electric current: Voltage is 220V, 50 Hz.
The territory are 86,6 thousand square km. The country is bordered with Russian Federation in the North, Georgia in the North-West, Armenia in the West, Iran in the South, Caspian Sea in the East. Time Zone: GMT + 4 hours.
|Average annual temperature (2014)||+ 13,4⁰C|
|Maximum average temperature||+ 28,5⁰C|
|Minimum average temperature||+2,9⁰C|
|Average annual quantity of precipitations||387,7 mm|
Political system: Azerbaijan is a democratic, legal, secular and unitary republic.
The Head of State: President – ilham Aliyev
State language: Azerbaijani
Religion: The religion in Azerbaijan is separated from state. All religions are equal before the law. Majority of the population is Muslim. Other religions include Orthodox Christianity, Catholicism, Protestantism, and Judaism.
|The New Year’s Day||January 1-2|
|The Women’s Day||March 8|
|The Victory Day over fascism||May 9|
|The Republic Day||May 28|
|The Day of National Salvation of the Azerbaijani People||June15|
|The Armed Forces Day||June 26|
|The National Independence Day||October 18|
|State Flag Day of Azerbaijan||November 9|
|The Constitution Day||November 12|
|The National Revival Day||November 17|
|The World Azerbaijanis Solidarity Day||December31|
Religious holidays: Gurbantwo days, Ramadan two days
Commemoration days: 20 January January 20
Khojaly genocide February 26
The day genocide of Azerbaijanis March 31