In Baku there reside over 2 million people. Nevertheless, it is easy to get oriented about the city. The prospects and highways of the city are linked to the Heydar Aliyev international airport, a railroad, a car station as well as the sea port. In Baku there are three modes of public transport: subway, bus and taxi services. One of the architectural masterpieces of the city of Baku is ground and underground subway stations. The design of the station contains national motives and reflects the most important events of the country’s history. Currently, the subway consists of 23 stations, and the overall length of lines makes up 34.6 km. The services of the subway can be used from 6:00 a.m. to 00:00 a.m.
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The Heydar Aliyev International Airport of Baku is one of the main international airports of Azerbaijan. The airport is located 20 km to the north-east from the capital Baku and is connected to the city with two modern highways. ‘Baku Bus’ Airport Express is one of the most convenient means of transport to get to the city of Baku.
In the international terminal of the airport there are duty-free shops. Unlike the majority of other international airports, shops are available here not only in the departure area, but in the arrival area. You can pay with a credit card, or in cash in USD, Euros, Russian roubles, or in Azerbaijan manats.
The Heydar Aliyev International Airport of Baku meets international requirements, it is rated as the SKYTRAX 4* airport. Thanks to a favourable geographical location, the Baku airport has come to be one of the first regional airports for transit flights between the East and the West, the North and the South. Over 6 mln. passengers enjoy the services of the airport annually.
Subway stations in Baku, comfortable and beautiful. You can get complete information about the stations on the official site of the Baku subway https://metro.gov.az.
Azerbaijan has about 25,000 kilometres of roads embracing internal and international highways. Many highways have recently been reconstructed following international standards.
The main highways ensure international transportations creating a corridor between Baku-Aliat-Gyanja-Gazah and up to the border on Georgia. Many highways have recently been reconstructed following international standards.