Uzbekistan is an amazing colorful country, teeming with ancient architecture and monuments, marvelous landscapes and hospitality. It will take months to visit all of the attractions. AsiaExpeditions offers you 3 chic days, 3 ancient cities and a rich entertainment program.
Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara 3 factories of the Great Silk Road. At the crossroads of time, the historical heritage, oriental fairy-tale motifs and progressive technical reality harmoniously coexist here.
Tashkent is the capital and historical, cultural and political center of Uzbekistan. It is the most visited by tourists. Throughout its history, the «stone city» has experienced many shocks. But this did not affect his beauty and hospitality of the inhabitants.
Samarkand is the most beautiful and ancient city of Uzbekistan, which is the same age as Rome. Today he is 2750 years old. In the historical past, it was a key point between Europe and China on the Great Silk Road. Residents of the city carefully preserve the architectural monuments of that time. Bukhara is a city shrouded in many legends and traditions. For a long time he was the focus of high culture and science of Central Asia. Outstanding personalities of different eras lived here, made scientific and creative discoveries. You can learn more about all this and touch on the unique ancient artifacts in our tour to Uzbekistan.
Day 1 Bishkek — Tashkent
Departure is at 18:00 on the new bus of the company (2015/2017)
Day 2 Tashkent
Arrival in Tashkent at 06:00.
Transfer to the hotel.
Exchange of dollars for soums.
Breakfast (not included in the price of the tour).
Start the tour with a professional guide.
Architectural ensemble Hasti Imam (16c).
2. Mausoleum Kafal al-Shashi (16th century) — the burial of Imam Abu Bakr Muhamad el-Kaffal Shashi, who was one of the first Muslim imams and famous poet.
3. Madrasa and the mausoleum of Barak Khan (15-16 cc.), Now there is a craft center.
4. Tilya-Sheikh Mosque (19th century) — “Khast Imam Mosque”, where the oldest Osman Koran is kept.
5. Amir Timur Square.
6. House of the Romanovs
7. Independence Square
- Eternal Flame
- Minor Mosque (White Mosque)
Dinner on your own.
Overnight in Tashkent in a 3 * hotel.
Day 3: Tashkent-Samarkand (310 km)
Breakfast in the hotel.
Early in the morning transfer to Samarkand by bus.
1. Guri Emir Mausoleum — the mausoleum of Tamerlane (Amir Timur) and his family (Timurids) in Samarkand, one of the best examples of medieval architecture of the East.
2. Registan Square, a magnificent architectural ensemble, which has been the heart of Samarkand since the 15th century.
3. Observatory of Ulugbek
4. Mausoleum of Shahi Zinda, which is a medieval street consisting of mosques and mausoleums. This place is rightly called the museum of architectural decor of the 14th-15th centuries, there are irrigated carved terracotta, painted majolica, elegant patterns of mosaic tiles, and large mosaics of irrigated bricks.
- Bibihanim — an architectural monument of 1399-1404 in Samarkand, a grandiose cathedral mosque of Tamerlane, richly decorated with tiles, carved marble and murals.
6. Bazar Siab
Dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel 3 *.
Day 4: Samarkand-Bukhara (220 km)
Breakfast in the hotel.
06:00 Transfer to Bukhara.
1. Mausoleum of the Samanids (9-10 cc.)
2. Chashma Ayub Mausoleum (12,14,16 century) — inside is the source of the holy water of the biblical prophet Job.
3. The Bolo-House complex (18th century).
4. The Ark fortress is a majestic citadel, the dwelling place of the rulers of Bukhara, a bulwark of power and might (1st century BC — 19th century).
5. Madrasa Ulugbek (1417)
6. Madrasah Abdullaziz Khan (1652)
7. Ensemble Poi-Kalon (12.16 century)
8. Madrasah Mir-i-Arab (1530-1536). Here Kadyrov Akhmat-Khadzhi and the head of Russian Muslims Ravil Gaynuddin studied.
9. Kalyan Minaret is a symbol of Bukhara, for centuries, served as a beacon for desert caravans, approaching Bukhara.
10. Kalyan Mosque (16th century) — one of the largest mosques in Central Asia.
Lunch and dinner during the day at a local restaurant.
Overnight in Bukhara in a 3 * hotel.
Day 5. Bukhara-Tashkent
Breakfast in the hotel
Morning high-speed train to Tashkent.
08-30 Arrival in Tashkent.
Visit the local bazaar «Chorsu».
Transfer to the border by 13:00. Way home.
Arrival in Bishkek at 02:00
Tour cost: 19000 soms.
Children 0-5 years old free of charge, without a seat.
Children 5-12 years old: 17 000 soms
* Accommodation in hotels in a double room (twin or double) 3 nights
* All transfers and transportation program
* Professional local guides services by city
* Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
* Entrance tickets to the attractions of the program
* Train ticket for the high-speed train Bukhara-Tashkent
* Accompanying tour leader throughout the tour
Cost does not include:
on the Bishkek-Tashkent road and back Tashkent-Bishkek.
* breakfast and dinner in Tashkent (you will need a total of about $ 12).
* surcharge for single occupancy
* photo and video when visiting sights
* personal expenses
* tips to guides in Uzbekistan (for the whole tour per person $ 4)
For the purchase and booking of tickets: Bishkek, st. Logvinenko 26a, +996 312 665265 +996 555 665 265 +996 555 954864 (whatsApp)