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Suggested Pick Up Point
Our guide will meet you with BakuSightseeing.com branded flag to start your trip.
Walk along the streets of IcheriSheher
Passing through the crooked streets of the timeless Old City, learn how this most celebrated of drinks came from China via the Silk Routes to become Azerbaijan’s main national beverage. En route we pop into caravanserais, hamams and hidden residential yards as you get an ever better sense of Azerbaijan’s distinctive tea-based traditions.
Tea tour and tasting at Traditional Chaykhana
Tea ceremonies have deep traditional roots in Azerbaijan. A traditional tea ceremony has its own rules and practices that are designed to make the serving and drinking process enjoyable.
Tea tour and tasting at Modern Chaykhana
If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to attend a modern tea ceremony, then you know that this experience is a deep world where the moment becomes living art.
Tea tour and tasting at Soviet style Chaykhana
The samovar was the central symbol of the Soviet style tea ceremony. Tea is served in a teapot, strong brewed, and in cups diluted with boiling water from the samovar.
Finish your trip near one of the busiest pedestrian streets in Baku to continue to shopping or lunch in a nice and cozy restaurant