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Guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan 2023.

Our guaranteed tour of Uzbekistan includes Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Urgench, delicious Uzbek cuisine, folklore performance, and unique historical mosques, madrasahs, minarets and mausoleums listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Upon arrival at the Tashkent airport, meet and transfer to a cosy and modern three-star hotel. After 13:00, the hotel staff will kindly help to check into the booked room. Then, before dinner, time to explore the city independently. Tashkent, the centre of Central Asia, is the most beautiful capital of the entire region. Very hospitable people live in Tashkent. The best restaurants, museums, and nightclubs are concentrated in Tashkent. In the evening, during a delicious dinner at a restaurant of Uzbek national cuisine, the guide will reveal the details of the tour program in Uzbekistan. In addition, the tour participants will learn about the nearest plans for a joint trip and get to know other tour participants. Today's program after the dinner includes visiting the observation deck with a beautiful view of "Tashkent City".

After an early breakfast, transfer from the hotel to the Tashkent railway station at 07:30, departure by Afrasiab train to Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand at 09:30, transfer to the hotel. Samarkand has been on the UNESCO list as a crossroads of cultures since 2001. More recently, before the collapse of the USSR, Uzbeks, Tajiks, Persians, Jews, Russians, and Tatars lived side by side in Samarkand, and they all adopted some cultures and traditions from each other. This period was the best of those that Samarkand experienced. Since Samarkand was the pearl of the Silk Road, wealthy merchants spent more time in Samarkand than in other cities along the Silk Road. Famous travellers Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta were delighted with the beauty of Samarkand and mentioned it in their guidebooks. Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan left unforgettable stories and legends about Samarkand. Timur turned Samarkand into the capital of his empire. A tour of Samarkand today includes the Registan Square, the Gur-Emir tomb, the Bibi-Khanum mosque, the Shakhi-Zinda ensemble, the Ulugbek observatory and the tomb of Khoja Daniyar, which Muslims, Jews and Christians revere. Dinner with juicy lamb and fresh cucumbers at the Karimbek restaurant will complete a busy day in Samarkand.

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the railway station, and departure by Afrasiab train to Bukhara at 09:50. Arrival by train Afrosiab to Bukhara at 11:19, meeting, transfer to the hotel for check-in and a short rest. Bukhara is the most sacred city in Central Asia. On December 21, 1993, UNESCO included the old part of Bukhara in the UNESCO heritage list. The city has architectural buildings with a thousand-year history. During the rapid development of the Great Silk Road, Bukhara carpets were considered a fabulous product. The Sufi Naqshbandi order was founded in Bukhara; for Sufi pilgrims, the city is significant to visit. Bukhara is one of the best places in Central Asia to explore pre-Russian Turkestan. It will take at least two days to see the main sights of Bukhara. Today's tour of Bukhara includes a visit to the mausoleums of the Samanids and Chashma Ayub, the Bolo-Khauz mosque, the Ark fortress, the Poi-Kalyan complex, the ancient madrasahs of Abdulaziz Khan and Ulugbek, trading domes, as well as a walk along the Lyabi-Khauz square, where the famous bronze statue of Khoja Nasreddin. A wonderful day in Bukhara will end with a dinner in a Bukhara family with a master class on cooking Bukhara pilaf, which consists of meat, onions, rice and spices.

After breakfast, an excursion around the outskirts of Bukhara. Today, the tour program in the Bukhara region includes a walk through the Sitora-i-Mokhi-Khosa palace, a visit to the Bahauddin Naqshbandi mausoleum, the Chor-Bakr cemetery, as well as a walk through the narrow streets of the old city of Bukhara to take unusual and unforgettable photos. The second half of the day is free. The day in Bukhara will end with a dinner with delicious national dishes at the Lyabi-Hauz restaurant.

After breakfast, transfer to Khiva through the Kyzylkum desert with a stop to see the Amu Darya river and breathe in the desert air. Arrival in Khiva and accommodation in a comfortable hotel in Ichan-Kala, ideally located. Khiva on the Silk Road is known for its 30-hectare historical Ichan-Kala fortress with 54 historical architectural buildings and 250 local houses. Ichan-Kala became the first place in Uzbekistan and Central Asia included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1990. Today from 18:00 to 19:00, there will be a walking tour through the narrow streets of the Ichan-Kala castle to admire the architectural structure, illuminated by colourful pendants. This emotional day will end with dinner with Tukhm-Barak, the Khan's meal in the national house.

After breakfast, a walking tour of Khiva, which includes visiting the following historical monuments of Ichan-Kala; Kalta Minor (unfinished) Minaret; Madrassah of Muhammad Amin-khan; Kunya-Ark citadel, consisting of summer and winter mosques, a harem and an observation deck Ak-Sheikh-Bobo; Juma Mosque with 218 unique wooden columns; Mausoleum of Mahmud Pahlavan with beautiful turquoise domes; 57-meter minaret and Islam-Khoja madrasah; Mosque Ak; Baths of Anush Khan; Ala-Kuli-Khan Madrassah with a caravanserai and a bazaar; Palace Tash-Khauli, and the city walls of Ichan-Kala. The sightseeing day in Khiva will end with a dinner accompanied by a folklore show.

Early breakfast at the hotel restaurant, transfer to Urgench airport for flight to Tashkent by flight HY052 at 09:00. Arrival in Tashkent at 11:00, meeting with the driver, transfer to the hotel for check-in and rest. In the afternoon, a tour of Tashkent includes visiting the Khast-Imam Ensemble, Chorsu Bazaar with its magnificent turquoise domes, the Monument to the Victims of Repression, the Monument of Courage, Amir Timur and Mustakillik Squares and the Museum of Applied Arts with unique expositions. The tour in Tashkent 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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Included / Not Included

Guaranteed tour to Uzbekistan includes

  • accommodation in a standard double/twin room;
  • train tickets TashkentSamarkandSamarkand - Bukhara, economy class;
  • air ticket Urgench – Tashkent, economy class;
  • 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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