Itinerary: Tashkent-Khiva - Bukhara -Samarkand -Tashkent.
Duration:8 days / 7 nights.
Transportation: air-conditioned transportation
Accommodation: 3* hotels
Best period: April May, June, September, October
Group size: max 14 persons, min 4 persons
Meals: B - breakfast, L - lunch, D – dinner
Day 1: Home-Tashkent (BLD)
Arrival in Tashkent, The guests will be met by guide and driver. Check-in to hotel. Transfer to the hotel where immediate check-in has been arranged. Free time to fresh up. Panoramic city tour in the capital of Uzbekistan. Visit the old city: including Khasti Imam with Barak-Khan Madrasah, the mausoleum and mosque Kaffal Chochiy Tilla Shaykh. Visit the market Chor-Su, the Madrasah Koukel Dache, followed by Moustakillik and Alisher Navoitheater, the Museum of Applied Art. Discovery of the Tashkent subway.
Overnight in Tashkent
Day 2:Tashkent- Urganch-Khiva(BLD)
After enjoying the breakfast at the hotel restaurant, transfer to the local airport to get flight to Urganch (1 hour 45 min). Drive to Khiva (35 km) and discover Ichan Kala, the inner city, entrenched behind high walls of bricks. Khiva is probably the most intact towns that located along the Silk Road in Central Asia. Spend the whole day to visit the city museum. Ichan-Kala, Ota Darvosa, madrassah of Muhammad-Amin Khan and Kalta Minor minaret (19th century), etc.Overnight in Khiva
Day 3:Khiva-Bukhara (6-7 hours to drive)(BLD)
After breakfast drive to Bukhara. Driving along the endless desert which called Kizil Kum, givesyou a strange feeling aboutthe ancient Silk Road.On the way, some stops are planned to take some pictures.
Arrive in Bukhara late in the afternoon and check-in to the hotel and free time to fresh up. Introduction about Bukhara city and excursion depending your preference.
Day 4: Bukhara (BLD)
Bukhara has more than 140 architectural monuments which are located very close to each other.Bukhara is one of the most unique architectural marvels of Uzbekistan. It is considered holy city and it is surrounded by ancient monuments. Have the feeling of the middle ages by walking in the stonepaved and narrow streets. Most attractions of Bukhara are located in the old city of Chakhristan and explored on foot.Most of the tourists prefer night walk in the city where you will witness night beauty of ancient Bukhara.Dinner with folklore concert and overnight in Bukhara.
Day 5: Bukhara - Gijduvan– Samarkand (BLD)
Before departing to Samarkand, visit Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa-summer palace of Bukhara’s last emir.
Transfer toSamarkand via Gijduvan stops in villages are planned to get acquainted with local lifestyle and it is famous for his fine ceramics.Arriving in Samarkand
Overnight in Samarkand
Day 6: Samarkand (BLD)
The whole day is dedicated to the discovery of the capital of Tamerlane's empire. Crossroads of Silk Roads that connected the West with China. Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane were his conquerors made it their capital. Its domes and blue mosaic win the hearts of today's travelers. Visit Gur Emir Mausoleum and Spectacular Registan Square. Enjoy lunch at the local restaurant. Continue with Bibi-Khanum mosque, Siab bazaar
Day 7:Samarkand- Tashkent (BLD)
After breakfast at the hotel, opportunity to take a guided city tour includes:,Shakhi-Zinda Necropolis, followed by a tour to silk carpet factory where guests can watch th process of carpet weaving. Visit nd the biggest observatory of Ulugbek of 15th c. built by Ulugbek.
-Visit unique Samarkand Winery named after Michael Khovrenko, to taste 10 of the best varieties of Uzbek Wine and take a tour of the Museum of History of the Winery
Transfer train station at 16:00 to get bullet train “Afrosiyob” (2hours, 300 km) to the largest megapolis of Central Asia. Overnight in Tashkent.
Free time depending on your departure time. Transfer to Tashkent International Airport to final departure.
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