Khatai Ave, Baku, Azerbaijan

Baku Railway station is a railway station located in Baku, Azerbaijan. The first building of the station dates back to 1880 with the launch of the Baku-Tbilisi railway. In 1926, the second station complex, Sabunchu Station, was designed and constructed to serve the electrified Baku - Sabunchu Railway passengers. The architecture of the building is also in the Oriental style. In 1977, the station underwent a major renovation, during which a new modern station building was built, closely adjacent to the building of the old Tiflis station.

Sneak Peek Inside the Baku Central Station

To help you better understand what the Baku train station looks like, consider watching the video below, showing the interiors of the building.



Getting Around Baku Central Station


How to Get to Baku Central Station?

Located in the city's center, the railway hub can be easily reached via metro train.

Is there a WiFi at the station?

Yes, at the station you can use Wifi.


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