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Tours along the Great Silk Road

Khiva - Bukhara - Samarkand - Tashkent


In this tour you will see the cities that were included in the chain of the Great Silk Road: Khiva - Bukhara - Samarkand - Tashkent and plunge into the eastern fairy tale called Uzbekistan. On the territory of Uzbekistan there are the greatest cities with hundreds of architectural monuments of different eras.

Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Termez and Kokand are world famous. These cities, the same age as ancient civilizations such as Greece, Rome, China, India, were once the largest centers of science and culture. The best minds and hands of that time flowed into them. The world was struck by the luxury and splendor of palaces, minarets, mosques, mausoleums created by famous architects of the past. World-famous monuments of ancient architecture still remember the times of the conquests of Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan, the reigns of Babur and Tamerlane.

We have to admit that many of these masterpieces simply have not reached the present time in its original form. Today, they only see their majestic ruins to the eyes of others ... But even those buildings that miraculously survived, perfectly recreate the picture of the distant past. Your tour to Uzbekistan will be the event, which will always be nice to tell your friends and family. You will never forget the high minarets, grand madrasas and mosques, magnificent palaces and strict mausoleums decorated with incredible beauty with ceramic ornaments. You will always remember the noisy and colorful oriental bazaars, the most interesting legends, the warm hospitality and the ancient traditions of the locals.

  • Arriving in Urgench in a meeting with a sign Blessed Travel Transfer to Khiva (30km), accommodation in a hotel. Free time

  • khivaBreakfast in the hotel. Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby. Excursion around the city, with a visit to the architectural complex Ichan Kala (12-19 centuries): Kunya Ark Citadel (16-17 century), the residence of the last Khan, including the Mausoleum of Ismail Haji, Madrasah Muhammad Amin Khan, Madrasah Muhammad-Rahimkhan, Juma Mosque (10th Century), Minaret Juma-Moshe, Shergazihan Medresa, Mausoleum Saida Sawaladal Alaudahl Minaret, Mosque of Shergazihan, Mausoleum, 10th century) Murad - tour, Pakhlavan Makhmud architectural complex: Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum (14-18 centuries), Islamhodja Minaret, Ak Mosque, Bani Anushahana, Karavan-Saray of Allakulihan, Alpakulihan Medrese (1834—1835), Tash Khovli Palace (19th century), Mina Kalta - Minar, and other sights of Khiva.
    Free time.

  • 021Breakfast in the hotel.

    Release of numbers in hotel.
    Moving to Bukhara passes through the Kyzylkum desert, on the way you can admire the great Central Asian river Amu Darya, you will discover exotic landscapes of the desert. You can admire the sand dunes and caravans of wild camels wandering through the desert. Arrival in Bukhara, accommodation at the hotel.

    Free time.
    Overnight at the hotel in Bukhara

  • bukhara_uzbekistanBreakfast in the hotel. Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby. 

    Tour in Bukhara: Ark Citadel - a city in the city (4th century BC), Bolo House Mosque (beginning of the 20th century). The architectural ensemble Poi-Kalon (Pedestal of the Great), the religious heart of Sacred Bukhara, consists of the minaret Kalyan, Kalyan mosque and Miri-Arab madrasah. Ulugbek Madrasah (1417), Nodir-Divan-Begi Madrasa, Abdul Aziz Khan Madrasa, Magoki-Attori Mosque (12th-16th centuries), Lyabi House Ensemble (Kosh-Madrasah Ensemble (consisting of two opposing Madari-Abdullakhan madrasah (mothers of Abdullakhan) and Abdullakhan medresse, Samanids Mausoleum (the tomb of representatives of Samanid dynasty of the late 9th - early 10th century), Chashma Ayub (Spring of Job) Mausoleum, Chor Minor (Four minarets).

    Return to the hotel. Free time. Overnight at the hotel in Bukhara

  • miri_arab_madrassah_01Breakfast.
    Exemption from hotel rooms.

    Moving to Samarkand, through the town of Wobkent with a tour of the Wobkent minaret (XII century), which is located near Bukhara. It is the main symbol of the city of Babkent, and one of the most famous and oldest architectural monuments of the city. Its height is 40.3 meters. One of the candidates for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is a reduced copy of the Bukhara minaret Kalyan. It has a smaller height and diameter, as well as a simpler finish than the Kalyan minaret in Bukhara.

    The city of Gizhduvan is one of the handicraft centers of Uzbekistan, which since ancient times was famous for its unusually beautiful, original ceramics. Today it is the only preserved center of polychrome glazed ceramics in the region, which grew up on the traditions of ancestors and successfully continues them in modern times.

    Inspection of the Ulugbek Madrasah in Gijduvan. This is one of the three madrasas built by Ulugbek. Madrasa is dual-lined, with an internal mosque and darshan. The facade is covered with solid cladding.

    Also in Gijduvan is a monument at the burial site of the famous Islamic theologian Abduholik Gijduvon.
    A trip to Gijduvan will be remembered for a visit to the pottery workshop of a famous potter.

    regnum_picture_1528300330975915_bigArrival in Samarkand, accommodation at the hotel.
    Excursion program in Samarkand: Registan Square - Ulugbek Madrasah (15th century), Shir-Dor Madrasa (17th century), Tilla-Kori Madrasa (17th century). Registan is a huge square on which stands an ensemble of three magnificent medieval universities, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001.

    The center of this ensemble, which is considered to be one of the greatest structures of the Islamic world, is Tilla-Kari madrasa, on its left is the Ulugbek madrasa, and on the right is Sherdor madrasa.

    Registan - the decoration of Central Asia, the greatness and beauty makes everyone a sense of delight
    Free time.

  • 720_460_80_2317926794Breakfast.
    Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby.

    Continuation of the excursion program in Samarkand: The excavations and the museum of the ancient city of Afrosiab will acquaint you about the life, culture and traditions of the people who inhabited this area during the most different eras and left their mark in the form of works of art, everyday objects, tools.

    The architectural complex of Shahi - Zinda (XI-XV century) The most majestic and picturesque masterpiece of architectural monuments, located near the Bibi-Khanum mosque on the slope of Afrosiab.
    Shahi - Zinda burial place of royal persons and nobles. But the main mausoleum, from where the necropolis begins, is considered the imaginary grave of the cousin of the Prophet Muhammad - Kusam Ibn Abbas. He was called “Shahi Zinda”, which in translation from Persian means “Living King”.
    The architectural complex is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

    Guri Emir Mausoleum - the tomb of Tamerlane (XIV-XV century) Many of the great historical monuments of Samarkand are associated with the name of an outstanding ruler and warrior Tamerlane. And one of the main attractions of the ancient city is the Gur-Emir mausoleum (“tomb of the sovereign”, “the tomb of the Emir”), where he and his descendants found the last shelter.

    The magnificence of this grand monumental building amazes and even suppresses somewhere. It is believed that this ancient tomb became the prototype for such wonders of the world as the mausoleum of the Taj Mahal and Humayun. Many eerie legends and amazing stories are connected with the Gur-Emir mausoleum, as well as with many other ancient buildings of Samarkand.

    Mausoleum of the Prophet Daniel According to legend of the 18th century, the remains of the Old Testament biblical prophet Daniyar (Daniel), whose remains were brought to Samarkand and buried by the Central Asian medieval commander and conqueror Amir Timur (Tamerlan), are buried in the mausoleum. The current building of the mausoleum and the complex were built at the very beginning of the XX century, in subsequent years the building of the mausoleum and the complex were reconstructed several times.

    22192The Ulugbek Observatory (XV century) is one of the most significant observatories of the Middle Ages, built by Ulugbek on the Kukhak hill near Samarkand in the years 1424-1428.

    Bibi Khanum Mosque - One of the most grandiose mosques of the entire Muslim world, the largest mosque in Central Asia. The name "Bibi-Khanym" ("Bibi-Khanum") - a stunning cathedral mosque, seen from the hill Afrosiab - translated literally as "the eldest princess "(or" older wife ").

    Bibi Khanym was otherwise called the Friday mosque of Samarkand - thousands of Muslim men came here to perform the namaz sacrament. There are a great many legends about how this amazing mosque appeared. But historians still hold the opinion that Bibi Khanym was built by order of Amir Timur immediately after his return from India, where he won, and is named after his beloved wife Tamerlane.

    Bazaar Siab is the largest and oldest bazaar of Samarkand, one of the largest and oldest bazaars in Uzbekistan and Central Asia
    Free time to buy souvenirs and oriental sweets.

  • 99international-hotel-tashkent-photos-exteriorBreakfast.
    Exemption numbers

    Moving to Tashkent (4 hours),
    Arrival in Tashkent. Accommodation at the hotel.
    Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby.

    Excursion program in modern Tashkent: Opera and Ballet Theater. Alisher Navoi, Istiklol Square (where the Palace of Friendship of Peoples is located), Tashkent TV Tower, VDNKh, Hamid Alimjan Square, Telman Park, Polish Church, German Church, Russian Church, Amir Temur Square Tour: Timurid State Museum, Amir Timur Square in the center located a monument to the great commander Amir Temur, the famous Tashkent chiming clock and hotel Uzbekistan (Intourist), the Palace of Forums, “Broadway” - an alley of artists, with inexpensive souvenirs for sale, as well as fountains and modern to the monuments of the capital, Alai Bazaar.

    Free time.


    Exemption numbers.
    Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby

    Continuation of the excursion program in Tashkent:
    Independence Square, where are located: monuments of Independence and Happy Mother., Arch "Ezgulik" (Arch of Good and Noble Aspirations) with storks ascending to heights, memorial of the Great Patriotic War;
    Memorial complex "Courage" - Is the only architectural and artistic complex dedicated to the topic of eliminating the consequences of the Tashkent earthquake of 1966

    Further, a tour of the Old City: Visiting the Hasti Imam complex: consisting of the Barak Khan Madrasa, the Tilla-Sheikh Mosque - the repository of the famous Koran Osman and the golden hair of the Prophet Muhammad; Juma Mosque Khoja Akhrar Vali, State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan, Kukeldash Madras, Abdulkasim Madrasah.

    Free time to shop at the Chorsu bazaar and souvenir shops.
    At 17:00 departure to the airport of Tashkent

Come to us by adress:
Tashkent, Yakkasaray district, Bashlyk 8a