Baku has one of the hotspot vacation destinations for people around the world. Hence, reaching Baku is extremely easy. You have the options of travelling to Baku by air, rail as well as road.
Air Transport: The best way to reach Baku is to fly to Heydar Aliyev International Airport, which is located 25 km away from Baku City Centre. Most of the major airlines like British Airlines, Australian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Azerbaijan Airways, Turkish Airlines, Uzbekistan Airways, Emirates, etc. have flights to Azerbaijan from different countries in the world.
Rail Transport: Baku has great railway system that not only connects it with the different places in Azerbaijan but also various neighbouring coutries. You can take a train from Ukraine, Russia and Georgia to reach Baku. Azerbaijan Railways' official website would have all information about train timings, schedules, prices, routes, etc.
Road Transport: It is possible to reach Baku by bus from its neighbouring countries. Buses to Baku are available from Georgia, Russia, Turkey, Iran, etc. All the international passenger buses arrive and depart from the Baku International Bus Terminal, which can be accessed by bus and metro. Bus travel is comfortable as the buses as well as the roads are in good condition. All information regarding bus services including routes and fares can be found on the official website.Getting Around Baku
For travelling within Baku, there are several options, including buses and metros. The buses and metros connect the city well and make commuting within the city hassle free. It would be better to get BakiKart, a prepaid card system that is used both in metros and new red buses. The old buses of Baku still run on the cash system.
When it comes to cabs, you would find purple-coloured London-style cabs everywhere in the city. They charge you by the meter. But make sure the meter is running before you start your journey. You can use pre-booked taxis to commute to and from the airport. Apart from this, you can easily book an Uber for travelling within Baku.