Azerbaijan has won the “Best Excursion Destination” award from the National Geographic Traveler Awards 2019.
Azerbaijan and Dagestan Pave “Green Corridor” for Russians
Azerbaijan and Dagestan promise to create a touristic corridor with northern neighbor, Russia. According to news from Azerbaijan, a federal project to create a “green corridor” is underway in order to reduce barriers for tourists both ways.
Coming Up: The Azerbaijan International Travel and Tourism Exhibition
This year is the fifteenth anniversary of the Azerbaijan International Travel and Tourism Exhibition (AITF). The region’s leading travel expo, that showcases travel industry offerings across the Caspian. Key meetups, workshops, programs, networking, and product offerings top the list of activities for participants and attendees of AITF 2016.
Azerbaijan Tourism Association Creates Travel App
The Azerbaijan Tourism Association (AzTa) is creating a mobile app guide service that will presumably attract more tourists and improving the quality of services in the country.
Oktogu.ru Reveals Top Russian Traveler Destinations for May
Russian online hotel reservations service Oktogo.ru has announced the most popular CIS cities for Russian travelers for May holidays. The top cities, Minsk, Tashkent, Almaty, Baku, Kiev, Yerevan, Kishinev, Astana, Bishkek and Lvov beat out Georgia’s Tbilisi.
“Catalyzer” Exhibition Opens in Baku
Opening today at the Contemporary Art Space in Baku, the exhibition “Catalyzer” displays video art works by modern artists. Oranized by the Baku Creative Center, and with the contributions of the United Artists’ Club there, the art exhibit will hopefully further stimulate the development of such arts in Azerbaijan.
Shakira Rocks Baku at FIFA U-17 Women’s WC
World famous pop icon Shakira took to the stage in Baku last weekend, dazzling audiences with a memorable performance to mark the closing ceremony of this year’s FIFA U-17 Women`s World Cup, before repeating the trick the very next day with an hour-long show at the city’s Crystal Hall.
Eastern Europe On Pinterest: Part I
Pinterest is something of a phenomenon when it comes to users being social and loving all things imagery. As a window inside travel too, the boards on Pinterest can reveal a lot about the wonder and beauty of our travel landscape. Argo Travel News decided to start showing off the best boards for those breathtaking places in Eastern Europe.
Eastern Europe Represented by 15 Countries at Eurovision 2012 Final
The Eastern European 15 in the program will be led by Hungary, followed by Albania, Lithuania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Russia, Cyprus, Estonia, host country Azerbaijan, Romania, Greece, Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine and Moldova.
Tonight: Eurovision 2012 Second Semi-Final [Live]
Tonight, May 24, at the same Baku Cristal Hall in Azerbaijan, the Second Semi-Final of the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2012 reveals the last 10 finalists. Which are your results?
After the great success of Eastern European countries in the 2012 Eurovision’s first round, the other 18 participants will fight it out for the last vacant places in Saturday’s finale.
Bikers Road Trip to Baku and Back
Two motorcycle enthusiasts from Yorkshire in the UK have embarked on an ambitious road trip taking in 28 countries in just 28 days, as part of an effort to raise money for a pair of charities.
More Tourists than Ever in Azerbaijan
The number of foreign tourists arriving in Azerbaijan has increased by 15 percent in the first six months of 2011, compared to the same period of 2010, Trend.az reported.
Why Baku Should Win the Bid for the 2020 Summer Olympics
With ancient architecture to study and admire, and world-class museums and libraries waiting to show off their treasures, Baku is simply a must-see. And if it doesn’t win the 2020 Summer Olympics bid next year, at least it’s got your attention. Consider it next time you plan an exotic escape.
Poland President Komorowski Touring Caucasus
According to the news from Azerbaijan, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski met with Azerbaijani Parliament Speaker Oktay Asadov today to further strengthen those nations’ ties. The meeting in Baku, Komorowski’s first stop on a trou that covers Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia, was primarily focused toward Poland’s interests in Azerbeijan’s energy sector.