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6 Days / Best of Uzbekistan

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In the very heart of Asia, on the cross of the Silk Road trade routes, extends a diverse and fascinating Uzbekistan. Wrapped in myths and legends, year after year, it attracts travellers from all over the world to share its secrets and allow touching the greatest monuments of antiquity. Specialization: cultural and ethnographic tourism.

Route duration: 6 days – 5 nights.
Cities to be visited: Tashkent (1 night) – Khiva (1 night) - Bukhara (1 night1) - Samarkand
(1 night) – Tashkent (1 night)
From ancient time, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva were important trading cities on the Silk Road. To this day, these cities are famous for their rich history, unique architectural monuments.
The city of Khiva, which image finally formed in the XVII century, withstood all test of time during its long history, and its loamy walls preserved the masterpieces of the original architecture.
Ancient Bukhara opens its doors to lovers of antiquity. Each stone in this city breathes history. Such great scientists as a doctor and encyclopaedist Avicenna and historian Narshakhi worked here.

One of the world's oldest cities -Samarkand with 2750 years history still boggles the mind with its preserved magnificent buildings of medieval architecture. This is the place, where the patron of science Mirzo Ulugbek erected the Observatory, which had no equal, in the XV century.

Day 1. Arrival in Tashkent. Sightseeing in Tashkent.
Reception at the international airport; Transfer to the hotel, check in and leisure.
During the city tour we'll visit the old part of Tashkent: Khast Imam Square, with a number of historical monuments like the Mausoleum of Kaffal Shashi, Barak Khan Madrassah,
Tilla Sheikh Mosque and the library, which houses one of the oldest copies of Osman's Koran, dated back to the VII century. Our further destination is the oldest Tashkent Bazaar – Chorsu. You will see several stations of the Tashkent Metro, walk through the Independence Square- Mustakillik; and visit the Museum of Applied arts.
Overnight in Tashkent.

Day 2. Tashkent –Urgench (flight) – Khiva (30 km drive). Sightseeing.
Breakfast at the hotel.
Transfer to the domestic airport and flight to Urgench. Transfer to Khiva.
Khiva is the epitome of Oriental tales, the city surrounded by a defensive wall, like the scenery for a film about the middle ages.
Sightseeing of the fortress city of Khiva includes :- the Minaret Kalta Minor, Muhammad Amin Khan Madrassah, the Kunya Ark Fortress, including reception hall kurinishkhona,

Madrassah of Muhammad Rakhim Khan, Mausoleum of Pakhlavan Makhmud , Islam Khoja Madrasah and Minaret.
The further sight will be the Juma Mosque with 212 columns, surprising with a fine work of wood carving; Kutlug-Murad Inaka Madrassah , Allakuli Khan Madrassah and Tash Khovli Palace with the Harem.
At the end of the city tour we can take beautiful pictures of the ancient Khiva at sunset. Overnight in Khiva.

Day 3. Moving Khiva - Bukhara (470 km, 7-8 hours)
Breakfast at the hotel.
Today we have a 470 km route, where 300 km lay through the Kizil Kum desert (red Sands).
Break near the biggest river of Central Asia – Amu Darya - on the way.
Another option is to take a train to Bukhara, which operates on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 08:50, arrival to Bukhara at 14:50 (this schedule is subject to be changed).
Arrival in Bukhara. Check in and accommodation at the hotel. Today we will visit Poi Kalyan ensemble, consisting of Kalyan Mosque, Miri-Arab Madrassah and Kalyan Minaret, one of the tallest minarets in Central Asia built by the ruler Arslan Khan and the word itself translated as the great Kalyan.
Go on sightseeing and visit the Ulugbek Madrassah, built in the XV century by the grandson of Tamerlane, a prominent mathematician and astronomer, and the Madrassah of Abdulaziz Khan, located opposite the Ulugbek Madrassah. Passing through the trading domes, you will see the Magoki Attori Mosque and architectural ensemble Lyabi-Hauz,
which is composed by three monuments: Kukeldash Madrassah, Nodir Divan Begi Madrassah and Khanaka. Bukhara is supposed to be a birthplace of the legendary
Nasreddin Hodja, known for his sharp word and wisdom. Overnight in Bukhara. 

Day 4. Bukhara. Sightseeing in Bukhara. Transfer to Samarkand (280 km, 5 hours).
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will continue a sightseeing in Bukhara.
Bukhara is a city-museum under the open sky treasuring over 170 ancient monuments. One of the most ancient is the Mausoleum of Ismail Samani, built at the order of the founder of the Samanides dynasty. Visit the Chashma Ayub Mausoleum, Bolo Khauz Mosque, Ark Fortress.
Lunch in Bukhara. Transfer to Samarkand.
Overnight in Samarkand. 

Day 5. Tour in Samarkand. Transfer Samarkand – Tashkent (300 km, 2 hours by train).
Breakfast at the hotel.
Full sightseeing day in Samarkand. This day, we will visit the Gur Emir Mausoleum (tomb of the Timurides dynasty), the famous Registan Square, and its three monumental ancient
buildings - the Madrassah of Ulugbek, Sher Dor Madrassah and Tillya-Kori. Then we will see the Bibi-Khanym Mosque, according to legends constructed at the order of Tamerlane’s beloved wife.
Walk through the Bazaar Siab, to see a daily life of local people.

Continue the tour by visiting the ensemble of Mausoleums of Shakhi-Zinda, a place of pilgrimage for Muslims and at the same time one of the most beautiful ensembles of this amazing city.
Then we will visit the Ulugbek’s Observatory.
Transfer to the railway station for train to Tashkent. Arrival and check in the hotel and leisure. Overnight in Tashkent. 

Day 6. Sightseeing in Tashkent. Departure from Tashkent.
Breakfast at the hotel.
In the morning visiting memorial complex dedicated to the victims of repressions of Stalin regime, White mosque, the Courage monument dedicated to the liquidation of consequences of the earthquake of 1966.
Transfer to the railway station for the train to Almaty. Departure from Tashkent. The end of our services. 


Booking Terms:
Tour Rates Include: • Hotel accommodation in double or twin room (Breakfast included); • Air ticket Tashkent -Urgench; • Train ticket Khiva - Bukhara; • Train ticket Samarkand -Tashkent; • Transport service according to the program; • City tours according to the program; • Entrance tickets to the monuments and museums according to the program; • English speaking guide service all over the tour; • 6 Lunches (on the day 3 it will be picnic or another option is substitute this lunch by dinner).

The price excludes: • Early check in (before 14:00) and late checkout (after 12:00) from the hotel. • Extra charge for single accommodation; • International air tickets; •  • Charges for photo and video shooting; • Optional city tours; • Dinners; • Personal expenditures (such as telephone services, overweight luggage charges, laundry service, medical services, insurance, etc.); • Tips to guides and drivers; • Any other services not listed among the included .

Booking Terms: 50% of the payment at the booking and 50% one month before departure. Payment up to 5 instalments available with an extra instalment of 5%. Accepted methods of payment: cash in local currency, usd or euro, bank transfer, payment by bank card from our website.

Cancellation Terms: 80% of the tour price is not refundable in case of tour cancellation less than 14 days before tour departure date. Tour price is not refundable in case of tour cancellation 24 hours or less before tour departure time, as well as in case of no-show.

Group Size: Minimum 1 person, maximum 15 people.

How to book: To book your next adventure send an email to, or you can contact us directly in the chat on the right, or at the number ( Wattsapp and telegram only ) +77074870513. Thanks and see you soon ♥

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