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  • Tour duration 7 days
  • Uzbekistan
  • Min number of people 7
  • Max number of people 14
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In this trip you dive into art, architecture, poetry, music and dance.

Uzbekistan, one of the most important stops on the Silk Road, has a rich cultural and architectural heritage and is one of the most unique countries to discover! The country is home to a wealth of architectural monuments and some of the oldest cities in the world. Highlights include the mix of modern and Soviet buildings in Tashkent, the vibrant bazaars in Samarkand’s twisting streets and alleys, and the incredible ceramic tiled details in Bukhara’s monarchy tombs and sanctuaries.

Locations you will visit

  • Tashkent
  • Khiva
  • Bukhara
  • Samarkand


  • TWIN/DBL room in 3* hotels
  • Full board
  • Comfortable, air-conditioned transport
  • Entrance tickets to the sites, listed in the program
  • Folklore show
  • Domestic flight ticket
  • Train ticket
  • Mineral water 0.5 l. pp / pd
  • Accompanying English speaking guide

Not included

  • International air tickets
  • Alcohol and soft drinks
  • Insurances
  • Photo and video charges
  • Leisure activities
  • Surcharge for special requests on food, and meals
  • Tips (always optional, always appreciated)
  • Entrance fees, transport service, permits and guide service during free time
  • Visa (if applicable) and any other administrative costs
  • Surcharge for public holidays

Your Itinerary – in Brief:

Day 1: Tashkent – Khiva – Urgench
Day 2: Khiva
Day 3: Khiva – Bukhara
Day 4: Bukhara
Day 5: Bukhara – Shakrhisabz  – Samarkand
Day 6: Samarkand – Tashkent
Day 7: Tashkent – Brussels departure

Day 1Tashkent – Khiva - Urgench

Arrival in Uzbekistan. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and check-in. Breakfast at the hotel.

Timetable City tour Tashkent:

Old part of town:

  • State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan
  • Religious complex Khasti Imam consisting of:
    √ Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum (XV)
    √ Barrack Khan Madrassah (XVI)
    √ Muy-Mubarak Mosque
    √ Dzhuma mosque of Khodja Akhrar Vali
    √ Kukeldash Madrassah (XVI)
    √ Abdulkasim Madrassah (XIX)
  • Transfer to the local airport for the flight to Urgench
  • Arrival and transfer to Khiva

During the site visits, lunch is served in a restaurant.

Dinner at the hotel. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 2Khiva

Breakfast at the hotel.

Timetable: City tour Khiva:
• Ichan-Kala architectural complex (XII-XIX)
• Ismail Khodja Mausoleum
• Muhammed Amin Khan Madrassa
• Kunya-Ark castle (XVI)
• Kalta Minor Tower
• Tash-Hovli palace (XIX)
• Pahlavan Mahmud Mausoleum (XIV-XVIII)
• Juma Mosque (X)

During the site visits, lunch is served in a restaurant.

Dinner at the Yasavulboshi restaurant. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 3Khiva – Bukhara

Breakfast at the hotel.


• Transfer from Khiva to Bukhara (6 to 7 hours by car).
• Exotic landscapes of the desert with stray camels, Nomadic yurts and the ancient  Amudarya River (Oxyus)
• Arrival in Bukhara

During the site visits, lunch is served in a restaurant.

Dinner in the guesthouse with workshop miniature painting.

Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 4Bukhara

Breakfast at the hotel.

Timetable City tour Bukhara:

• Ismael Samani Mausoleum
• Chashma Ayub Mausoleum (XIV)
• Bolo-Hauz Mosque (early XX)
• Citadel Ark (IV)
• Poi Kalon Ensemble consisting of:
√ Minaret Kalon (XII)
√ Kalyan Mosque (XII)
√ Miri Arab Madrassah (XVI)
√ Ulugbeks Madrassah (1417)
√ Magoki-Attori Mosque (XII-XVI)
√ Lyabi-Khauz Ensemble (XIV-XVII)
√ Chor-Minor (4 minarets)
• Free time: We recommend you to visit the Bukhara Dome Markets (XV-XVI):
√ Toki Saraffon (the dome of money changers)
√ Toki-Telpak Furushon (the dome of hairdressers)
√ Toki Zargaron (the dome of jewellers)
√ Tim Abdullakhan (the centre of silk)

During the site visits, lunch is served in a restaurant.

Dinner and folklore show – program in Nodir Devon Begi Madrassah.

Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 5Bukhara - Shakrhisabz  - Samarkand

Breakfast at the hotel.

• Drive to Shakhrisabz (260 km, 3 hours)

City tour Shakhrisabz:

• Ruins of the Ak-Saray Palace (XIV-XV)
• Dor-ut Saodat Complex consisting of:
√ Khazratiy Imam Mosque (XIV)
√ Jahongir Mausoleum (XIV)
• Dor-ut Tillavat Complex consisting of:
√ Gumbazi-Seiidan
√ Chef Gumbaz Mosque (XV)
• Continue to Samarkand (110 km, 2 hours)
• Arrival at the hotel.

During the site visits, lunch is served in a restaurant.

Dinner in a restaurant. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 6Samarkand – Tashkent

Breakfast at the hotel.

Timetable City tour Samarkand:

• Market East Siab
• Mausoleum Guri Emir – Tomb of Timur Lenk (XIV-XV)
• Registanplein consisting of 3 madrassa’s:
√ Madrassah Ulug Bek (XV)
√ Madrassah Shir-Dor (XVII)
√ Madrassah Tillya-Kori (XVII)
• Bibi Khanum Mosque (XIV-XV)
• Shakh-i-Zinda Architecture Complex (XI-XV)
• Ulugbek Observatory (XV)
• Transfer to the station for the evening train to Tashkent.

During the site visits, lunch is served in a restaurant.

Farewell dinner in Pilgrim restaurant. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 7Tashkent – Brussels departure

Departure. The local partner will take you to the airport.

Uzbekistan, officially the Republic of Uzbekistan (Uzbek: Oʻzbekiston Respublikasi, Ўзбекистон Республикаси), is a doubly landlocked country in Central Asia. It is a unitary, constitutional, presidential republic, comprising twelve provinces, one autonomous republic and a capital city. Uzbekistan is bordered by five countries, Kazakhstan to the north; Tajikistan to the southeast; Kyrgyzstan to the northeast; Afghanistan to the south; and Turkmenistan to the southwest. Once part of the Turkic Khaganate and later Timurid Empires, the region that today includes the Republic of Uzbekistan was conquered in the early 16th century by Eastern Turkic-speaking nomads. The area was gradually incorporated into the Russian Empire during the 19th century, and in 1924 what is now Uzbekistan became a bordered constituent republic of the Soviet Union, known as the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (Uzbek SSR). Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, it declared independence as the Republic of Uzbekistan on 31 August 1991 (officially celebrated the following day). Uzbekistan is officially a democratic, secular, unitary, constitutional republic with a diverse cultural heritage. The country's official language is Uzbek, a Turkic language written in the Latin alphabet and spoken natively by approximately 85% of the population; however, Russian remains in widespread use. Uzbeks constitute 81% of the population, followed by Russians (5.4%), Tajiks (4.0%), Kazakhs (3.0%), and others (6.5%). A majority of Uzbeks are non-denominational Muslims.
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