Right next to the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum is Little Venice, a charming and relaxing space made of several waterways and bridges. You can rent a boat and row past the surrounding restaurants and green areas, or simply walk around and soak in the laid-back atmosphere.
To be honest, while this is a great spot to visit if you have some time to kill while strolling the Baku Boulevard, it’s not really worth a dedicated visit on its own. With that said, it is quite a refreshing experience to be rowing in the water next to the Caspian Sea.
The boat ride typically lasts around 10 minutes, and I recommend doing that during the day because you won’t be able to see much at night.