Get the best prices for your cards here!Found a card for less somewhere else? Quickly access bookings. These lands will reward you if you don't mind playing your spells slightly off-curve. Counting on the fact that I don't live in the UK, they are pretty quick and their costumer service didn't take too long (less than 24h) to assist me with a minor issue. We are also welcome to customize the tour according to your needs.Escape the city and discover four of Azerbaijan’s top attractions on this jam-packed, private day tour. In the company of a guide, depart from your hotel in a private vehicle and head out into Baku. Yanardagh This is a spot of naturally burning gas, which comes out of ground.

Guided Ateshgah (Fire Temple) tours start around EUR 2.15 per person. Temple of Silence enters the battlefield tapped. Pro Tip!

Got a shopping or deck list?Check out the latest spoilers. Most probably the fire has been burning for over 20,000 years at Yanardag.The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.What are Ateshgah (Fire Temple) hours of operation?Ateshgah (Fire Temple) hours of operation: 10am to 6pm. A tour guide and transportation to all of the sights from your hotel are included.Visit a fiery religious landmark on a private tour from Baku to Ateshgah (Fire Temple), a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s an Azerbaijan highlight. The most interesting thing is that the wind, rain and snow have not been able to extinguish this fire for 4,000 years.We will meet you at selected start point or pick you up from your place of residence and go to explore the mystical atmosphere of Ateshgah!This is an all-included tour you will pay once and after you will not be charged throughout the tour. Ateshgah is fire temple built by ancient Zoroastrians in Absheron peninsula. Temple of Malady Journey into Nyx (R) Land $0.79 .

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The fire here started many centuries ago and still burning. • Go back to thousand years and learn the history of petroglyphs and the lifestyle of prehistoric people In the middle of courtyard sits an altar, the centerpiece of the temple where fire rituals were observed. Visit Mud Volcanoes. In Georgia we will visit Sighnaghi the city of love and Tbilisi. The unique Ateshgah Fire Temple - is one of Azerbaijan’s most remarkable sight. - You will save your money, as this is a group guaranteed tour. Please let us know! The Voice of the Silence Price $8.00 . This is a half-day tour with a lunch in an open-buffet included.• Experience the ride in a soviet cars and see the bubbling Mud volcanoes This tour includes a tour guide and transportation to all of the sights from your hotel.At this tour you will be enjoyed the most beautiful sights of Azerbaijan and Georgia. We will start from Baku, will continue with Shamakhi, Lahic, Qabala, Sheki, Zaqatala in Azerbaijan and will pass the border to the Georgia.

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Exploitation of the area’s natural gas reserves exhausted the subterranean natural gas field long ago, so the new flame has been tapped in to Baku’s main gas supply piped in from the city.If you visit by taxi, arrange for pickup to save yourself some money, as the taxis waiting outside the temple often hike up their rates.Secure your entry to Ateshgah, also called Suraxani Fire Temple or the “Fire Temple of Baku,” with this pre-booked admission ticket. For centuries, fire-worshipers from faraway countries, and even priests from India have searched for the fire and found it in Absheron and built their main temple here - Surakhani Atashgah. While the Ateshgah is just 12 miles (20 km.) Included in the UNESCO heritage list, being one of the first centers of human civilization, Gobustan located barely 1 hour drive from Baku. Travel to Gobustan to visit the Gobustan Museum and admire the ancient rock carvings. The altar is situated right above the natural gas vent, igniting a large flame in the middle. With centuries of history, there’s a lot to know about the stone temple; exploring with a personal guide unlocks the legends and rituals behind Ateshgah, ensuring plenty of one-on-one time to discuss the things you discover.Leave Baku with a private guide and visit Gobustan National Park and the sights of Absheron Peninsula.