Guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan 2024 - 2025.

Guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan.

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During the guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan, you will explore some of Uzbekistan's iconic cities, including Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, and Urgench, each with unique charm and architectural wonders. As you wander through these cities, you can marvel at the intricate designs of mosques, immerse yourself in rich history, and appreciate the elegance of minarets. Additionally, you can witness the rich cultural heritage of these UNESCO World Heritage Sites by visiting the beautiful mausoleums and other historic sites.

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Upon your arrival at Tashkent airport, you will receive a warm welcome and be accompanied to a pleasant three-star hotel. The hotel staff will assist you with check-in starting from 1:00 PM. Before dinner, it's recommended to explore Tashkent at your own pace. As the enchanting capital of Central Asia, it boasts kind-hearted locals and an abundance of top-notch restaurants, museums, and nightclubs. Later, savour a delicious meal at a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Your guide will then brief you on the tour program in Uzbekistan, and you'll also have the chance to socialize with fellow tour participants. To cap off the evening, you'll visit an observation deck providing breathtaking vistas of "Tashkent City".

Enjoy a delightful breakfast at the hotel restaurant with a steaming cup of coffee or tea and some delectable croissants. At 07:30, you will be transferred to Tashkent railway station for your journey to Samarkand via the Spanish train Afrasiab departing at 08:23. Upon arrival in Samarkand at 10:43, a warm welcome and transfer service will be provided to your hotel. Samarkand has been recognized by UNESCO as a cultural crossroads since 2001. Before the collapse of the USSR, Samarkand housed a varied population consisting of Uzbeks, Tajiks, Persians, Jews, Russians, and Tatars. This diverse community coexisted harmoniously and shared cultural practices and traditions, making it the most prosperous era in the history of Samarkand. Samarkand was considered the pearl of the Silk Road, and as a result, affluent merchants chose to spend a more extended period in Samarkand compared to other cities along the Silk Road. Renowned travellers admired Samarkand's beauty; Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta included it in their guidebooks. Samarkand is a city steeped in history and legend, with famous conquerors like Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, and Timur leaving their mark on its rich cultural heritage. Timur even made Samarkand the capital of his empire, cementing its importance in the ancient world. Today's excursion in Samarkand encompasses visiting several significant sites, including Registan Square, Gur-Emir Tomb, Bibi-Khanum Mosque, Shakhi-Zinda Ensemble, Ulugbek Observatory, and the revered Tomb of Khoja Daniyar, recognized by Muslims, Jews, and Christians alike. After a hectic day in Samarkand, you can unwind over dinner at Karimbek restaurant, where you can relish juicy lamb and fresh vegetables.

After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to the railway station to catch the Afrasiab train departing at 09:50 for Bukhara. Once you arrive in Bukhara at 11:19, you will be greeted and taken to your hotel for check-in and a brief rest. Bukhara, known as the most sacred city in Central Asia, was included in UNESCO's Heritage list in 1993 due to its impressive architectural buildings with a rich history dating back a thousand years. During the flourishing of the Great Silk Road, Bukhara's carpets were renowned as a luxurious product. The Sufi Naqshbandi order was also established in Bukhara, making it an essential destination for Sufi pilgrims. Exploring pre-Russian Turkestan in Bukhara is a must for anyone visiting Central Asia, and it will take at least two days to see the main attractions. Bukhara's tour for today includes visiting Samanids and Chashma Ayub mausoleums, the Bolo-Khauz mosque, the Ark fortress, the Poi-Kalyan complex, the ancient Abdulaziz Khan and Ulugbek madrasahs, trading domes, and a walk along the Lyabi-Khauz square where the famous bronze statue of Khoja Nasreddin stands. To cap off a fantastic day in Bukhara, enjoy a dinner with a family and learn how to cook Bukhara pilaf, a delightful combination of meat, onions, rice, and spices.

After enjoying breakfast, you'll embark on an excursion around the outskirts of Bukhara. Today's tour program in the Bukhara region includes a delightful stroll through the magnificent Sitora-i-Mokhi-Khosa palace, a visit to the sacred Bahauddin Naqshbandi mausoleum, and a visit to the historic Chor-Bakr cemetery. You'll also have the opportunity to explore the charming narrow streets of the old city of Bukhara and capture some unforgettable photos. The second half of the day is free to enjoy at your leisure. The day in Bukhara concludes with a delectable dinner featuring mouth-watering national dishes at the Lyabi-Hauz restaurant.

After enjoying breakfast, embark on a scenic drive to Khiva, passing through the Kyzylkum desert with a stop to appreciate the breathtaking Amudarya River and inhale the fresh desert air. Upon arrival in Khiva, settle into a comfortable hotel in the historic Ichan-Kala fortress, which boasts a 30-hectare defence with 54 magnificent architectural buildings and 250 local houses. Ichan-Kala is the first site in Uzbekistan and Central Asia to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List 1990. Later in the day, from 6:00 to 7:00 PM, take a walking tour through the narrow streets of Ichan-Kala to marvel at the illuminated architectural beauty. Finally, end the day on a high note with a delicious dinner at a local house featuring Tukhm-Barak, the Khan's meal.

After having breakfast, a walking tour of Khiva will take place, including visits to various historical monuments in Ichan-Kala. These include the unfinished Kalta Minor Minaret, the Madrassah of Muhammad Amin-khan, the Kunya-Ark citadel, which consists of summer and winter mosques, a harem, and an observation deck known as Ak-Sheikh-Bobo. Other monuments include the Juma Mosque with its 218 unique wooden columns, the Mausoleum of Mahmud Pahlavan with its beautiful turquoise domes, a 57-meter minaret, and the Islam-Khoja madrasah. Additional stops include the Mosque Ak, the Baths of Anush Khan, the Ala-Kuli-Khan Madrassah, which has a caravanserai and a bazaar, the Palace Tash-Khauli, and the city walls of Ichan-Kala. A delightful dinner accompanied by a folklore show will mark the end of the sightseeing day in Khiva.

Your day will start with an early breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Next, you'll be transferred to Urgench airport for flight HY52, which departs for Tashkent at 09:00. Upon your arrival at 11:00, your driver will meet you and take you to the hotel for check-in and some rest. In the afternoon, you'll explore Tashkent through an exciting excursion. This includes visiting the Khast-Imam Ensemble, the Chorsu Bazaar with its striking turquoise domes, the Monument of Courage, Amir Timur and Mustakillik Squares, and the Museum of Applied Arts with unique exhibits. Finally, your tour will end with a farewell dinner at the Nur restaurant.

After breakfast, transfer to the airport to check in for your return flight home. Here at the airport will end your tour in Uzbekistan.

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Guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan includes

  • accommodation in a standard double/twin room;
  • train tickets TashkentSamarkand, Samarkand - Bukhara, economy class;
  • air ticket Urgench - Tashkent, economy class, non-refundable fare;
  • meals according to program (breakfast and dinner);
  • all excursions according to the program, with an accompanying guide in English (if necessary, a guide is provided in German, Spanish, Italian, French, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Russian);
  • cost of entrance tickets, according to the program;
  • air-conditioned transport for the whole tour;
  • one bottle of mineral water (1.5 litres) per person for each day of the trip;
  • photo & video costs during the city tour program;
  • a folklore show in Khiva;
  • visa support to Uzbekistan (if necessary).

Not Included

Guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan excludes

  • early check-in and late check-out from the hotels;
  • personal cash expenses;
  • excess baggage, which is more than 20 kg;
  • travel insurance;
  • visa cost to Uzbekistan.

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Included hotels