Accor, a world leading hospitality group, announces the signing of a cooperation agreement with Azerbaijan Hotel Association.
Azerbaijan’s culinary attractions came into the spotlight at the Inaugural International Culinary Festival, organised by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and the State Tourism Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in Shusha, Azerbaijan.
Gulf Air has resumed its direct flights to Baku, with two weekly flights planned from the first week of January. The route was initially launched in 2018.
Azerbaijan Tourism Board has been honoured with the title of Europe’s Leading Cultural Destination at the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Florian Sengstschmid, chief executive of Azerbaijan Tourism Board, to find out more about this eastern country with a western outlook
As the tourism community begins to prepare for life in the wake of Covid-19, Florian Sengstschmid, chief executive of the Azerbaijan Tourism Board, tells us what we can expect from this fast-developing destination
From historic and traditional experiences to modern-day escapades, this fast-growing destination offers countless experiences all leading to untold tales and adventure. Here we find out more
Absheron Hotel Group is a young hotel management and development company based in Azerbaijan. Here Breaking Travel News speaks with chief commercial officer, Daniel Sasse, about its portfolio and the developing Azerbaijani market
The Pacific Asia Travel Association has welcomed the state tourism agency of the Azerbaijan as its newest government member. The agency is the executive authority carrying out and regulating the state policy in the field of tourism.
Following the launch of the Azerbaijan Tourism Board last year, the destination has begun to see its star rise in the global hospitality market. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, touches down in capital Baku to see how the country is battling overcome its Soviet heritage
Representing one of the fastest-emerging tourism destinations at World Travel Market in London, Florian Sengstschmid, chief executive of Azerbaijan Tourism Board, here tells Breaking Travel News what is on offer in the market. He tells editor Chris O’Toole about the surprising diversity of attractions there, as well as the wealth of heritage.