Sheki, an ancient Silk Road city of 68,000 in northwest Azerbaijan, is well known for its various handicrafts. In 2017, it was included in the UNESCO.
In November 2017, Visions travelled to the ethnically diverse region of Qakh in northwest Azerbaijan, close to the Georgian border, to experience an unusual multi-faith religious celebration called Kurmukoba or Giorgoba. In this video, we explore this enigmatic holiday.
Travel writer Mark Elliott gives viewers a taste of Qabala by exploring the tourist potential of one of Azerbaijan’s top rural getaways.
On 4 November Visions witnessed music, colour and pomegranates galore at the annual Pomegranate Festival in Goychay, the Azerbaijani homeland of this majestic fruit.
Travel writer Mark Elliott explores Azerbaijan's developing ski scene with a comparison of the country's two resorts, Shahdag and Tufandag...
Visions' editor Tom Marsden offers an alternative guide to exploring the Absheron...
English travel writer Mark Elliott takes us through Baku at night, where everything magically lights up.
Join us on a visit to Gala, a historic village on the Absheron Peninsula which dates back to the 3rd millennium BC