Nestled next to Georgia and Armenia, between Russia and Iran, Azerbaijan is known for its many unique cultures. Neither East nor West, Azerbaijan is instead the unique product of a patchwork of ancient empires. Its environment is as multifaceted a conglomerate as its culture, and Azerbaijan is known for having nine out of the world's 11 ecological zones within its borders, making it a powerhouse for natural tourism. Hotels in Azerbaijan grant access to everything from mud volcanoes and rural villages to towering mountain peaks and cosmopolitan resorts.
Hotels in Baku, Azerbaijan's capital and central coastal region in the east, make a great home base for exploring the country. Visit the clear Caspian Sea or enjoy the notably international ambiance of Baku, and don't miss the nearby Yanar Dag, or "Burning Mountain." This perpetually-flaming natural gas leak is one of the reasons why this country bills itself as the Land of Fire. For some historical context, head to the western region of Ganja and the city of the same name. One of the oldest and most important cities in the country, it features medieval baths and guesthouses as well as a great museum. Those looking for lusher lands should head to the north and northeast of the country, where they can find plenty of forested mountains and hiking opportunities. Additionally, Azerbaijan hotels offer proximity to over half of the world's mud volcanoes, though they are located all over the country and aren't concentrated in one place.
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