Baku is preparing at full speed for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. Only 23 days left for the great show. So, let's see what's been going on in the last week in Baku!
Baku hosted Second Annual International Festival with participation of 22 embassies, organized by Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy and ADA Book Store.
As a part of “2012 Baku Public Art Festival”, Niyaz Najafov’s street expositions have been launched in the Old City. Take picture next to this street art while you are in Baku!
Ukrainian artist was a guest of the energetic Azerbaijani audience at Hezz Club.
The Central Bank building is one of the magnificent modern style architectures that you will see in Baku.
‘Leyli and Majnun’ opera of Azerbaijan is definitely worth seeing! It’s a play that you will want to see over and over again .
World famous stars came to Baku to support this year’s Eurovision Song Contest participants with an exciting concert show right next to the Eurovision Song Contest centre.
Counting down one month, Baku is ready for the Eurovision Song Contest! Come and light your fire with the most hospitable and fun people of Baku.
Spring is the best time for couples to enjoy the silence and beauty of the largest lake in the world – the Caspian Sea.
Buying a ticket to Baku, you are buying a ticket to adventure, surprises, fun and amusement.
One of the most watched operas in the world - ”Tosca” is the play to see in Baku if you enjoy Italian art.