Welcome to Azerbaijan, the Land of Fire! For your convenience, we have prepared this leaflet where you will find information that can be useful during your stay in our hospitable country. We hope that you will like your trip and it will leave only good memories!
You can contact with responsible manager 24/7 using the following phone number: (+99455) 9944956
Our office contact information:
Monday – Friday from 10:00 till 18:00
Suturday from 10:00 till 16:00
National holidays from 10:00 till 15:00
Address: Heydar Aliyev Avenue 95, Atrium
International Centre, Baku, Azerbaijan
Mobile1: (+99455) 9944956
Mobile2: (+99455) 7879870
Country code and other important contact information:
Country Code +994
Emergency medical service 103
Fire and rescue service 101
Banks and currency exchange
In Baku, banks work from 9.00-9.30 AM till 5 PM. You can exchange currency in banks, hotels and numerous exchange offices. A number of stores have their own exchange desks.
The national currency of Azerbaijan is the Azerbaijani manat.
The rate of the national currency is:
1 USD= 1.69 AZN
1 EUR= 1.92 AZN
In general, credit cards payments can only be made in large supermarkets in the capital, in certain hotels and in banks. In the regions, it is virtually impossible to use credit cards.
In many restaurants, customers are expected to leave 5-10% of the sum; in this is not indicated in the menu, you can add 10% to the bill (doing so in advance may sometimes speed up the service). You can give porters at the airport of hotel 5-10 manats, depending on the amount of your baggage. Passengers are not expected to tip the taxi drivers, and it is recommended to negotiate the fare in advance (taxi drivers do not generally accept foreign currency). Bargaining can be useful anywhere, especially in private stores and at markers – with good bargaining skills it should not be too hard to reduce the price by half.
Utility-supplied voltage is 220/240 V/60 Hz. Standard sockets are Type C sockets with two pins. The system of measurement is the metric system.