Take a trip to the great heritage of the Uzbek people, enjoy the beauty of the oldest cities in Central Asia, such as Bukhara and Samarkand.
You have a great opportunity to visit the country with incredible and varied landscapes - from freshness and coolness of the mountain, to the warming heat of the golden desert. Memorable contrast of greatness of ancient monuments and loud bazaars make your trip unique unforgettable.
The tour program
Day 1. Tashkent
Day 2. Samarkand
Full day sightseeing: Visit to the Ulugbek Observatory (XV), where the remains of grand astrolabe for observation of star position and the Afrasiab ruins with the museum are; the necropolis of Samarkand rulers and noble men, the Shakhi Zinda, the Bibi Khanym Mosque (XV) and the Siab Bazaar.
Day 3. Samarkand
Continuation of the excursion: Visit to the Gur Emir (from Tajik: “tomb of emir”), the Mausoleum of Temur and his descendants (XV), Registan Square.
Day 4. Samarkand – Bukhara
Transfer to Bukhara
Beginning of the excursion in Bukhara.
A full day of city sightseeing. Visit to the Poi-Kalon Complex, the square separating the Mir-I-Arab Madrassah and the Kalon Mosque; the Kalon Minaret (“grand” from Tajik), one of the Bukhara’s symbols of 47m high (XII), three bazaars – Taqi Zargaron, Taqi Telpak Furushon and Taqi Sarrafon, the Magok-I-Atori Mosque, the remains of a Buddhism monastery, a temple and a mosque, the Nadir Divanbegi Madrassah, built in XVII, the Kukeldash Madrassah
Day 5. Bukhara
Unique one-day program - The seven Saints of Bukhara
Day 6. Bukhara - Tashkent
Continuation of the excursions to historical places: the Ark Fortress, a city-in-city, as ancient as Bukhara itself, having served as the residence of Bukhara’s rulers for a millennium; the Bolo Hauz Mosque, the Ismail Samani Mausoleum (IX-X), one of the most stylish constructions of Central Asia.
Day 7. Tashkent
Departure from Tashkent