NEW Uzbekistan

«Unforgettable Uzbekistan»

The tour costs $ 795 per person (the tour is calculated for five = $ 3975)

11 days / 10 nights


Quantity of tourists: minimum five people


Day 1

Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation in hotel, free time available. Evening walk around Tashkent. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast. Departure for Samarkand. Arrival. Samarkand Tour (3 hours) - one of the most majestic cities in Uzbekistan, the beloved capital of the great Tamerlane: Mausoleum Gur-Emir (14-15 centuries), where the tomb of Tamerlane and his relatives is located. Registan Square (15th-17th centuries): Ulugbek Madrasa, Tilda-Kori's madrasa, Sher-dor's madrasa. Lunch. Continuation of the excursion (2 hours): Ulugbek Observatory (15th century) - an astronomer, a scientist, sovereign, beloved granddaughter of Tamerlane, killed by the order of his son. The tomb of St. Daniel - the three holy religions of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Dinner. The Night Panorama of Registan Square. Overnight at Samarkand

Day 3

Breakfast at hotel. The tour around the city. The museum and ruins of the ancient Afrasian. The comic Shaikh Zinda (XII-XV centuries): the tomb of Kusam ibn Abass (Prophet Muhammad's cousin). Visiting of the Silk Carpet Factory "Khudjum" (master class). Lunch at a national chaykhana. Visiting of Samarkand’s paper mill, where you can see the process of making ancient Samarkand famous papers. The Mosque and the Bibi-khanum Mausoleum (XIV century), built for the honor of Tamerlane's wife. Visiting of a Bazaar, East Market, and Siyab. Free time. Dinner. Overnight at hotel Bibikhanum.

Day 4

Breakfast. Transfer to Shakhrisabz (170 km, 2 hours) through the Takhta Karacha pass, where the great Amir Timor (Tamerlane) was born. Excursion and sightseeing of the city: Ak-Saray palace ruins, Hazrati Imam Mosque, Dor-ut Tillavat complex (XV-XVI century), Gumbazi-Saidon, Kok Gumbaz mosque (15th century), Mausoleum of Jahangir, Timor’s first son. Returning to Samarkand (170 km, 2 hours). On the street, you can dine exactly where the tandoor is prepared (lamb meat at the tandir). Arrival at Samarkand. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 5

Breakfast. Arrival in Bukhara. Accommodation at the hotel. Lunch at a legendary chaykhana «Lyabi-Hauz». The excursion to Bukhara. Ark Fortress is a magnificent citadel, a place of residence of the rulers of Bukhara, a stronghold of power and power (the 1st century BC - 19th century). The Kalyan Mosque (16th century). The working Mir-i-Arab madrasa (XVI century), where he studied the head of the Muslims, Ravil Gaynuddin and deceased Chechen President Ahmad Kadyrov, formerly a mufti. Kalyan Minaret is a symbol of Bukhara, which for centuries served as a lighthouse for caravans in the desert, approaching Bukhara. Another name for the minaret is the "tower of death," according to one of the legends, from the minaret have cast infidel wives. A walk through the commercial domes (16th century): Toki Saraffon, Toki Telpak Furushon, Toki Zargaron, where artisans (jewelers, miniaturists and others) sell their goods. Dinner. Overnight at Hotel

Day 6

Breakfast. The Samanid Mausoleum (Xth Century) is a pearl of central Asia architecture, the family tomb of the Samanid dynasty. Mausoleum of Chashma Ayub (XII-XVI centuries), inside it there is a source of healing water, Job (Ayuba). The mosque of Khoja Zaynuddin and honaka are the dwelling place of the dervishes and the place of their wings. Bolo-Haus Mosque (18th century) - a neighborhood mosque. Visiting of  Sitora-i-Mohi Khosa (4 km from Bukhara) is the summer palace of Bukhara's last emir (19th century). Lyabi Khauz Ensemble: HONAKO and Madrasah Nodir Divan Begi (16th century), Kukeldash Madrassah (15th century), a monument to Khoja Nasreddin. Visit the Bukhara Crafts Development Center located in the Sayfiddin caravan-serraglio. Crafts: weaving, wood engraving, hunting, painting on wood, miniature Central Asia, carpet production (from time immemorial, from generation to generation, handicraft secrets have been handed down.) This tradition is alive to date. The Magokki Attori Mosque (XII-XVI centuries), built on the site of the Temple of Fire Adorers - one of the 3 Bukhara monuments, survived after the invasion of Genghis Khan. Bukhara Caravan Wagon. Abdullahan Tim (16th century), a covered bazaar used to trade expensive silk fabrics. Madrassa of Ulugbek (15th century), built by the nephew of Tamerlano. At the entrance there is an Arabic inscription belonging to the Prophet Muhammad: "The aspiration to knowledge is the duty of every Muslim and Muslim". Madrassa of Abdullazizhan (17th century). Dinner. Overnight in Bukhara.

Day 7

Breakfast. At 08.00 transfer to Khiva through the Kizilkum desert. Along the way you can admire the great Amu Darya Central Asia River, you will discover exotic desert landscapes. You can admire the barkhan and the caravans of wild camels wandering through the desert! Lunch near the Amu Darya River. I arrive at Khiva. Accommodation at the hotel. Free time. Overnight in Khiva

Day 8

Breakfast. Excursion to the sites of Khiva - tour around the inner center of Ichan-Kala (XIV-XX centuries) with madrasa Muhammad Amin Khan, Kalta Minor (Minaret Minor), Kunya Ark, La Madrassa by Muhammad Rahim Khan, Mosque and Minaret Juma Tash Hauli. In the afternoon: the minaret of Islam Khoja, the madras of Khan Shirgazi, the Mausoleum of Pahlavan Mahmud. Transfer to the railway station of Urgench. Night train transfer to Tashkent (14.35-07.08)

Day 9

Arrival in Tashkent at 07.08am. Meeting at the station. Accompanying and accommodation in hotels. Free time available throughout the day (without driver). Overnight in Tashkent.

Day 10

Sightseeing in Tashkent. The Amir Temur Museum and Monument. The Khazrati Imom complex includes the Madrassa of Barak Khan (XVI, XIX century), Mausoleum Kaffal Shashi (XV century), La Madrassa Mui Moubarak (XIX in.). Where the oldest memorized Koran Osman is preserved, written in a VII .; Kukeldash (16th century); Memorial "Shohidlar khotirasi" ("In memory of the victims of war and repression" - a memorial and museum complex); Monument of courage - the epicenter of Tashkent earthquake of 1966; Residence of Grand Duke Nikolai Konstantinovich; Theater Square; the main square of Uzbekistan - Independence Square ("Independence Square"). Overnight in Tashkent.

Day 11

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport at 06.00

The cost includes:

* All meetings and departures from the station (+ airport);
* Comfortable minibus during excursions and transfers;
* Train tickets for the Urgench-Tashkent night train;
* Guide
* Accommodation in a 3 star hotel with breakfast.

The cost does not include:

* Lunch, Dinner;
* Entry tickets at historic sites;
* Tickets to take a picture and shoot the video in historical places;
* Costs of personal expenses.