Must visit - fairly cheap, beautifully maintained, and interesting to see through the vast palace/museum
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This was my second visit with a friend from Australia visiting.. Glad I got to show her around as it would seem I missed out on a whole section of this place the first visit I did... Allow a good couple of hours to take...More
Very good and historical place to be in Baku. The palace built in 15th century by Shirvanshahs government because of the destruction of their capital in Shamakhi in 15th century. Highly recommend to visit
Neglected, inconvenient and not very interesting. Baku authorities could learn from Istanbul experts how to maintain such a place. Charging AZN10 is a rip off for what you get.
The palace of the shirvanshahs is one of the most important sites in azerbaijan, right in the middle of the old city and very well restaured it gives you a feel of life between 12 and 15 century. It is on three levels and cannot...More
The Palace occupies the upper, elevated part of the walled Old city. It's not such a big place as one would expect from a Royal palace. Entry fee is 10 manat (5 euros). The complex dates back to 15 cent and consists of royal living...More
A tour guide is essential to understand more and know more. I love how people with guide books trying to self-tour always try to sneak into our tour groups. The palace with the mosque and baths inside is one of the highlights of Baku and...More