*Gobustan National Historical – Artistic Preserve Museum (map) — Best known for its rock petroglyphs (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and mud volcanoes. Mud volcano wise, a better option might be the free site a little further south, see Baku Region.
*Göygöl National Park (map) — About 25 km further afield from Ganja, near Toğanalı. A hiking and leisure destination, whose lake was formed during a strong earthquake in 1139.
Around 97% of the population are Muslims.
The primary international gateway is Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Baku.
Buses and marshrutkas (aka minibus aka converted delivery van) connect most cities. There is often a hub such as a bus station near the bazaar in these cities.