The city of Sheki (Şəki in Azerbaijani) is located in northwestern Azerbaijan along the Causasus mountain range. Due to its historical heritage, it's one of the places of interest in Azerbaijan usually visited by tourists.
Sheki has been settled for at least 2700 years, although the historical structures in Sheki (the Khan palace, the caravanserai, the mosques) are more recent and date back to the 18th century. The Khan palace is in the upper part of Sheki and is in a small park surrounded by a wall. Inside this compound there is a nicely decorated palace building. The caravanserai is a bit further down the road. Also this is fortified from the outside, with about 100 rooms in the inside on an inner court.
How to get to Sheki
While it is possible to reach Sheki by train, the most convenient option is to get in by car, either a taxi or a rented car. It's also possible to get to Sheki by bus or minibus.
There are a number of accomodation options at all price levels, including the Saray hotel and the caravanserai.