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Explore the historical city of Samarkand with ease from Tashkent on this full-day tour. Depart from your Tashkent hotel and catch a high-speed train to Samarkand. In the company of your guide and driver, set out to see the city. Visit Gur-Emir Mausoleum, Registan Square, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Shah-i-Zinda necropolis, and Ulugbek Observatory. At the end of the day, return to Tashkent on the train.
Great opportunity for travelers in Tashkent who have not enough time to explore Samarkand. This one day tour helps you to explore the world's cultural and historical heritage and gives you the best travel experience.
Tired of routine and fixed tours from travel agents? Join us for Tashkent Walking Tour. 1. Explore Tashkent from the Locals view just in 2-3 hours. 2. We will visit the popular places as well as hidden places that no travel agency will show you. 3. We make practical tour with experiences not just following and listing to a guide.We take from 1 to 20 people for showing around.
We are glad to present you a short but very interesting train tour from Tashkent with visiting blessed Bukhara and famous Samarkand. This tour is ideal for tourists who don't have enough time but want to visit as many places as possible!Get ready to see world-famous city squares, mausoleums and madrassah.
Discover Uzbekistan in your 8 days trip in the country. You will start from the capital city Tashkent, visiting its old and new town with Madrasah, Mosque and old Bazaar of Tashkent as well as its modern part with museums, galleries, workshops and beautiful squares and parks.Most highlights of your trip will be Registan square in Samarkand, original Koran of 7 Century in Tashkent Hasti Imam complex, Kalyan Minaret and Trade Domes of Bukhara, the birth place Temur in Shahrisabz, Open city museum of Khiva with its many minarets and madrasah.You may also want to learn to cook local meals with local families in Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva as each region of Uzbekistan has their own specific food that can be offered to guests.You will start your journey in Tashkent and travel by fast train to Samarkand, later to Bukhara and return to Tashkent by flight from Khiva.You will definitely be impressed by local hospitality and kindness of Uzbek people.
Get off the beaten track and discover stunning landscapes in the Tian Shan mountain range during this multi-day, guided hiking excursion, departing from Tashkent. Sleep comfortably in a two-person tent, with three freshly prepared meals per day. Highlights include panoramic mountain vistas, diverse flora and fauna within Ugam Chatkal National Park, and Stone Age-era petroglyphs.
We want to offer you unforgettable adventure in the Chimgan Mountains.Marvelous and stunning mountain area of the Western Tien-Shan and Charvak water reservoir is breathtaking and fascinates every visitor.
One of the main reasons to visit the Shahrisabz is to see the mountain pass and the rural area of Uzbekistan. The road starts with the vineyards, fruit trees, vegetables and son. Slowly the elevation will change and the fields will be replaced by hills and eventually by Rocky Mountains. The “Teshik Tosh” or “Rock with the Hole” is the first stop to explore the incredible work made by mother nature. The legendary movie “Apachen” starring the famous Gojko Mitic was shot at the same location because of the resemblance with the American Southwest prairie.
Go back in time and let yourself be amazed by the Heart of Samarkand - Registan and the legendary city Afrosiab. Magical and full of history, the capital of the one of greatest conquerors of the world Amir Timur. The double domes of Shahi-Zinda Necropolis are majestically located to attract the city’s visitors. This tour includes air conditioned sedan car, English speaking guide. This tour starts from anywhere in Samarkand and ends at Bibkhanum Mosques near Siab Bazar.
As the author of an award-winning book about Central Asia, let me take you on a voyage of discovery, exploring Samarkand’s rich heritage and unearthing the stories of the people and places of this fascinating land. Starting at the dazzling majolica and terracotta tile-covered 9th Century Shah-I-Zinda, the "Tomb of the Living King," our route proceeds to modern-day Samarkand's major market, the vibrant Siab Bazaar. We'll visit the Bibi-Khanym Mosque, learning about local folklore, history and present-day politics en route to the turquoise domes and tapering minarets of the Registan, the Holy Grail of most visitors to Uzbekistan. This tour also allows for more exploratory detours and the possibility of stops at popular local chaikhanas (tea houses).The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
Explore the cultural highlights of Samarkand with ease on this full-day tour. Depart directly from your hotel and travel through the city with your group. In the company of a guide, visit Bibi-khanum Mosque, the Shakhi Zinda Complex, the Mausoleum of Amir Temur, and more. Enjoy a traditional homemade lunch.
The true uniqueness is that the travel experience we offer is created together with our guests. We provide a list of options, and guests opt for activities we provide and/or offer own activities.Mountainous tour includes seeing/climbing mountains on a rope road, and offers to swim in a reservoir that is made up from mountain rivers.
4 Gems Of Uzbekistan (8 Days Uzbekistan Tour) covers the four must-visit cities of Uzbekistan. The tour begins in Tashkent - the biggest city of Central Asia and the modern capital of Uzbekistan. To its visitors and guests, Tashkent offers a unique mixture of the up-to-date infrastructure and city architecture with prominent historical and archaeological monuments. Next destination is Khiva - the ancient capital of Kharezm emirate and an important World Heritage site. A walking tour will reveal the mysteries of this legendary town leaving the unforgettable impressions. The tour will then move forward to Bukhara - "the Pearl of the East'?. Most of the tourists and visitors note this noble and fabulous city as the most impressive and inspiring one.
The territory of ancient Khorezm is literally scattered with the ancient qalas ("Qala" means fortress) that remained of the border towns of the state of Khorezm, which were built to protect against nomadic raids. Most of them served their purpose successfully until the XIII century, before the capture of the country by hordes of Genghis Khan. The population of the country was mostly killed or enslaved, towns destroyed, economy ruined and the fortresses were abandoned. During the Soviet times, archeologists took the interest in fortresses, partially excavated and cleared them, the most valuable finds were taken to museums and the ruins were left alone again.
This tour gives you a chance to visit Bukhara just in one day, even the distance between two cities is more than 500km. But this tour does the impossible - visiting the main sights of Bukhara while starting and ending the day in Tashkent. It is a good choice for people who have only one free day in Tashkent.
A journey along the oldest trading route in the world, the Silk Road. Experience the lively oases in the middle of the Kisilkum and Karakum Deserts, where heavily-laden camel caravansaries once traveled. The formidable palaces, madrasas and mosques from the Middle Ages still make an overwhelming impression. You are also invited to a wine-tasting in the "Samarkand Wine-Factory". Spend a night in a traditional yurt in the middle of the desert and experience the starry sky from ‚One Thousand and One Nights‘ by the bright campfire with musical accompaniment by an Akyn (folklore singer). You will moreover be delighted by the lively Middle East bazaars, where you will discover traces from the dazzling era of the rulers along the Silk Road.
A fairy-tale tour to the legendary towns of the ancient Silk Road in Samarkand, Buchara, Chiwa and Tashkent. On this trip you will discover the beauty of the Islamic architecture of the Orient. You will dive into the velvet colours of Central Asia and enjoy the relaxed and enjoyable eating and drinking culture of the region. But Uzbekistan is also modern, in particular the capital Tashkent – our starting point for this trip to fairy-tale Uzbekistan.
This group tour is a magical journey to the legendary towns of the ancient Silk Road, such as Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and Tashkent. On this trip, you will discover the impressive beauty of the Islamic architecture of the Orient. You immerse yourself in the velvet colors of Central Asia and enjoy the relaxed, enjoyable eating and drinking culture of the region. But modern life has also come to Uzbekistan, with Tashkent an example of a modern town – our starting point for your journey into magical Uzbekistan.
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By booking this tour with us you will be able to get a fresh look at the modern side of Tashkent city. Our professional guides will take care of you and we offer convenient and comfort transportation services with free lunch and dinner with a show.
A four-day cultural tour to sunny Uzbekistan will take you from the modern metropolis to the peaceful silence of Bukhara and Samarkand, to the fabulous world of cities considered to be the “edem” of the ancient East. You will get acquainted with the history of the emergence of these cities, which were the concentration of ancient science and culture in Central Asia.