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Best Time to Visit Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is famous for its silk, fine architecture, and traditional crafts. It is also popular for being home to awe-inspiring and scenic views. The country is also warm and friendly, since resients are very hospitable to tourists. If you want to visit one place that offers plenty of food, art, and fun activities, then visit Azerbaijan.

But what is the best time to visit Azerbaijan? When could you enjoy it to the fullest? Read further to get your answer.

Temperature in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan has a continental-influenced climate with frigid, dry winters and warm summers. Experts divide Azerbaijan into three different climate zones: one south of the mountain regions, one north of the mountain regions, and one along the coast of the Caspian Sea.

You can enjoy all of the major seasons throughout the country in different parts during the different months of the year. Also, the hot weather lasts from early June to mid-September, with an average temperature of 80°F (26°C). The cool season starts from the end of November to the end of March, offering you an average high temperature of 53°F (11°C).

The best weather for tourists is from April to June and September to October, as you don't have to deal with freezing winters and unbearable summers. Now, you can freely wander around the different cities without worrying about wearing specific clothes.

Novruz Holiday in spring

Azerbaijan is one of the few modern countries that still celebrate its traditional festivities. Along with being fun and amusing events for people living in Azerbaijan, they can also be a memorable and cherishing experience for a tourist. So, if you truly want to understand Azerbaijan’s culture and get the most out of your trip, visit the country during the Nowruz holidays.

Nowruz is a Persian New Year that people have been celebrating for more than 3,000 years. This holiday is a celebration of the victory of spring over darkness, and is an ancient holiday in the country. People perform different activities on this day and make delicious national cuisine and pastries. If you visit Azerbaijan on 21st March, you can be a part of the holiday too. Plan your visit in a way that you can attend Novruz in Azerbaijan.

Do You Need a Visa to Travel to Azerbaijan?

Yes, you need a visa to reach Azerbaijan, and qualified individuals with an active passport can apply for an Azerbaijan online visa. The e-visa is fast, and the entire visa process is online, saving you from visiting a consultant or embassy.

You need to apply for at least three working days before flying to Azerbaijan. Also, your passport must be valid for at least three months after you reach Azerbaijan. The visa will be valid for 30 days, and you can only visit the country once on your visa. So, plan a memorable trip to Azerbaijan solo or with your friends and family.

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