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Highlights of Uzbekistan

Private tour
8 days
5 cities
1night

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Tashkent is the wonderful capital of Uzbekistan and its largest city, influenced by Sogdian and Turkish cultures. After destruction in the XIII century, it was rebuilt and gained profit from the Silk Road. In 1966 there occurred an earthquake, today the memorial stone to the earthquake victims is one of the most significant landmarks worth visiting. As any other oriental destination, Tashkent is famous for its peculiar architectural highlights such as the Barak Khan Medressa and the Minor Mosque. ...
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    Day 1: Arrival
    Welcome to Tashkent - the magnificent capital of Uzbekistan! Your driver meets you at the airport and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

    The rest of the day is free for you to have a good rest after your trip.

    Day 2: Flight to Urgench
    Following early breakfast you check out and have a transfer to the airport.

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Connection | Tashkent - Khiva
Economy Class Flight (Checked Baggage Included)
TAS Tashkent
Tashkent
1.5
UGC Urgench
Khiva
1night

Khiva, Uzbekistan

The uniqueness of ancient Khiva, east Uzbekistan, is totally off the charts due to both the city's history and enchanting views. Khiva is split into two parts: the outer town (Dichan Kala) and the inner one (Ichan-Kala). The latter boasts Shem's Well, the main wonder in town associated with an ancient biblical legend. It's said that Shem, Noah's son, dug here the Kheyvak well with unusual water. When exploring Khiva, stop by the unbelievable Kalta Minor, a huge minaret covered with glazed tiles and majolica. ...
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    Day 2: Khiva City Tour
    Upon arrival, you have a private transfer to the ancient city of Khiva, founded 2,500 years ago. As one of the Silk Road’s most important trading posts and now a World Heritage Site, it lies at the crossroads of the routes between Mongolia, Russia, China and Persia. 

    After check-in at your Khiva hotel, you meet your guide and start a full day sightseeing tour. During the tour you have the unique chance to discover the impressive architecture of this magnificent city, including its numerous mosques, madrassas, bazaars and minarets. Kurinish Khana dating back to 17 century,  Mohammed-Amin-Khan, Palvan-Kari complex and Sho-I-Kalandar Bobo Mausoleum are among the sights you explore today.

    After the tour, you return to your hotel and have a good rest.

    Day 3: Transfer to Bukhara
    Following breakfast, you check out and embark on a day trip to Bukhara. During the journey you have a photo stop near Oxus - the biggest river in Central Asia Amudarya.

    You spend lunch time in one of oasis in the middle of Karakum desert.

    Additional meal: lunch boxes

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    2 days / 1 night
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Connection | Khiva - Bukhara
Private Transfer Sedan
Khiva hotel
Khiva
8
Bukhara hotel
Bukhara
2nights

Bukhara, Uzbekistan

The fifth-largest city in Uzbekistan, incredible Bukhara, has long become a world-famous destination as it used to be the key spot along the Silk Route. The city enchants with blinding splendor of architectural complexes, one of them is fabulous Chor Minor. The turquoise domes of this madrasa have a hypnotic effect on everyone who comes close. No trip to Bukhara is possible without seeing the Arc, the ancient fortress that served as a symbol of power and grandeur. And if that's not enough, the city has about 140 architectural monuments worthy of exploring!...
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    Day 3: Arrival to Bukhara
    In the evening you arrive to Bukhara hotel, check in and have the rest of the day free.

    Day 4: Bukhara City Tour
    After breakfast you meet your guide and driver in the hotel lobby and start a full day sightseeing tour around the most outstanding city attractions. 

    Located in the middle of the Kyzylkum Desert, Bukhara has about one thousand architectural monuments recalling the golden age of the Great Silk Route. During the tour, you see Bukhara’s Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), its famous minaret and the Labi-Hauz Ensemble by the pond. 

    You also explore the massive Ark Citadel, which was once the seat of government of Bukhara’s former rulers, and visit the famous Ark, a fortified residence of the Emirs of Bukhara.

    Following sightseeing you enjoy the Folklore show in Bukhara city. After the show you are transferred to your hotel.

    Day 5: Shahrisabz Tour & Transfer to Samarkand
    In the morning you check out, meet your guide and driver and have a transfer to the green city of Shahrisabz - a UNESCO-World Heritage Site. Here you see the monumental architecture of the brutal Mongol ruler’s great palace from the 14th and 15th centuries. 

    After the tour and break for lunch you continue your trip.

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Connection | Bukhara - Samarkand
Private Transfer Sedan
Bukhara hotel
Bukhara
8
Samarkand hotel
Samarkand
1night

Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Want to touch the magic of the ancient Orient and don't know where to start from? Marvelous Samarkand in Uzbekistan would be a great choice, indeed. With its mythical sounding name, Samarkand gained tremendous popularity as a stop of the Silk Road. Home to many poets, writers, musicians and scholars the city was the capital of Timur (Tamerlane) Empire in 14th century. Having seen the city's main public square, Registan, with its gorgeous madrasas and mausoleums decorated with mosaics, carved marble, and maiolica will leave you speechless. Other places not to miss are Gur-e-Amir, Bibi-Khanym Mosque, and Shah-i-Zinda. Undoubtedly, Samarkand is amazing in the sun and absolutely dazzling at night, the charming view of its numerous turquoise domes gives the feeling that you are in a fairy tale or traveling back in time....
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    Day 5: Arrival to Samarkand
    In the evening you arrive to Samarkand, check in t your hotel and have the rest of the evening at leisure.

    Day 6: Tour of Samarkand & Train to Tashkent
    Today you explore Samarkand - the famous historic city often described as the crossroads of culture. After breakfast you check out, meet your guide and start a sightseeing tour.

    You visit such must-sees as Guri Emir - legendary mausoleum of Amir Temur and all his family members, Registan Square - the world famous complex of 3 Madrasahs and Golden mosque. The other sights on your list are Mosque Bibi Khanum – the biggest mosque ever built in Central Asia as gift of wife of Tamerlane to her husband, and traditional Siyab bazzar - the unique place where you can get acquainted with the life of Samarkand people. 

    After the tour and break for lunch, you are transferred to the station to board a high-speed train to Tashkent.

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Connection | Samarkand - Tashkent
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Samarkand Central
Samarkand
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Tashkent Central
Tashkent
2nights

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Tashkent is the wonderful capital of Uzbekistan and its largest city, influenced by Sogdian and Turkish cultures. After destruction in the XIII century, it was rebuilt and gained profit from the Silk Road. In 1966 there occurred an earthquake, today the memorial stone to the earthquake victims is one of the most significant landmarks worth visiting. As any other oriental destination, Tashkent is famous for its peculiar architectural highlights such as the Barak Khan Medressa and the Minor Mosque. ...
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    Day 6: Arrival
    In the evening you arrive to Tashkent, meet your driver and head for the hotel for check-in. The rest of the evening is at leisure.

    Day 7: Tashkent City Tour
    After breakfast you meet your guide and driver and start exploring the capital of Uzbekistan situated at the foot of the Tien Shan Mountains.

    During the sightseeing tour you explore Khast Imam Complex - a religious center of Tashkent, Kukeldash Madrasah and Chorsu bazar.

    After break for lunch you explore the new part of the city: Independence Square, Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan, Alisher Navoi theatre and Amir Temur Square.

    After the tour you have the rest of the day free.

    Day 8: Departure
    This is the last day of your amazing Uzbekistan tour! After breakfast, you check out from your hotel, and your driver transfers you to the airport for your flight back home. 

    We wish you a safe flight and hope to work on your future trips!

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What’s included:
  • Accommodation at remarkable downtown hotels in Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand;
  • Breakfasts at the hotels;
  • Other meals according to the itinerary;
  • Airport transfers and all transportation according to the itinerary;
  • Breathtaking sightseeing tours according to the itinerary with professional English-speaking guides;
  • Economy class flight Tashkent - Urgench;
  • 1st class Afrosiyob train tickets Samarkand - Tashkent;
  • Folklore show in Bukhara;
  • Full Uzbekistan visa processing service for US citizens and visa support service (invitation) for customers from other countries;
  • Support line during the trip.

Not included:international flights, multiple arrival/departure transfers, other meals not mentioned in the program, optional tours and services, all personal expenses. 

Note: 

  1. Hotels availability is subject to change. In case current hotels are booked out we will provide alternative hotels of an equal value for you. 
  2. We include 1 vehicle for your arrival and departure transfers. If multiple vehicles are required additional transfer costs will apply.

Stress-free Booking Book your journey without stress and at convenient pace. You can pay a deposit of 20% to book any tour in any major currency; the final balance will be due 90 days before start date. In event if you decide to change or postpone your trip, you can transfer your deposit to any other packages we offer. Cruise bookings and special offers may be subject to different booking terms. 

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