Azerbaijan travel Visa requirements for Tunisian citizens

Travel and visa requirements

Basic Travel Requirements for Tunisia citizens visiting Azerbaijan

Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a Azerbaijani Visa.


  • Passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the intended period of exiting Azerbaijan.
  • The passport should have at least two blank pages for the Azerbaijan visa stamp.
  • Correctly filled visa application form duly signed by the applicant is required.
  • Two recent passport-sized photographs with a white background. 
  • Original copy of bank statement from the past three months prior to the period of visa application. 
  • Travel insurance which has sufficient medical coverage. 
  • Proof of accommodation for the period you will be staying in the country.
  • Copy of return flight ticket. This serves as proof that the applicant has intentions of going back to Tunisia.
  • Travel itinerary showing dates of entry and exit from Azerbaijan.
  • The travel itinerary should also indicate the travel details in Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan Visa for Tunisia citizens

Facts about Azerbaijan


Azerbaijan is a small nation that is usually overlooked by tourists but you will be surprised by how much fun you can have in the country. The most popular city, Baku, which is also the most popular city is the main tourist attraction site. The city has a fire mountain, it is a hillside with a continuously burning natural fire, cool right? There is also a Museum of Miniature Books, Mud Volcanoes just to mention a few. A lot of fun things can be done at various destinations.
 
Within the period of a year from 2016 to 2017, there was a 16 percent rise in the number of tourists that visited the country. On average, Azerbaijan receives about 2.2 million tourists yearly.
 
Citizens of Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan can visit Azerbaijan without having a visa for a period of 90 days.

Types of Azerbaijan Visa


Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Business visa 3 to 4 business days 30 days
Tourist visa 3 to 4 business days 30 days

General Requirements for Azerbaijan Visa


  • Passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the intended period of exiting Azerbaijan.
  • The passport should have at least two blank pages for the Azerbaijan visa stamp.
  • Correctly filled visa application form duly signed by the applicant is required.
  • Two recent passport-sized photographs with a white background. 
  • Original copy of bank statement from the past three months prior to the period of visa application. 
  • Travel insurance which has sufficient medical coverage. 
  • Proof of accommodation for the period you will be staying in the country.
  • Copy of return flight ticket. This serves as proof that the applicant has intentions of going back to Tunisia.
  • Travel itinerary showing dates of entry and exit from Azerbaijan.
  • The travel itinerary should also indicate the travel details in Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan Visa Fees


Visa Type

Sub Types

Visa Fees

Business visa

20.00 (USD)

Tourist visa

20.00 (USD)

Azerbaijan Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Tunisia


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There is currently no Embassy of Azerbaijan in Tunisia, however, applicants are advised to apply at the Embassy if Azerbaijan in Algiers, Algeria.

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is the most famous place in Azerbaijan?

This natural fire, known as Yanar Dağ, has been blazing in Azerbaijan for at least 65 years. One of Azerbaijan's most famous sites is Yanar Dağ (or “Burning Mountain“), a natural glowing fire burning on a hillside along the Caspian Sea.


Is Azerbaijan safe to travel?

Azerbaijan is overall relatively safe to travel to, with both petty and violent crime to keep in mind and watch out for. It is advised that you remain vigilant at all times, especially when crossing the streets.


When is the best time to visit Azerbaijan?

The best time to visit Azerbaijan is April to June and September to October, which will let you avoid the 40°C summers and sub-zero winters - particularly in the mountains. You can also participate in the Novruz Bayrami celebrations each March, which marks the Persian New Year.