Long Silk Road

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1 500 (в т.ч. налог) / per person

  • Tour duration 12 days
  • Узбекистан
  • Min number of people 7
  • Max number of people 14
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Boasting an incredible number of blue-hued mosaic-tiled mausoleums, mosques and madrasas, Uzbekistan is steeped in centuries of history of Persian rule. One of the key stops on the Silk Road, Uzbekistan has a rich cultural and architectural legacy that makes it one of the most unique countries to explore! A treasure trove of architectural monuments and some of the oldest cities in the world, highlights of this fascinating country include the mix of modern and Soviet-era buildings in Tashkent, the bustling bazaars in Samarkand’s winding backstreets and alleys, and the incredible ceramic tiled detailing in the palatial tombs and shrines of Bukhara.

In this tour, you will plunge into the art, architecture, poetry, music and dance. Feel all the luxury and colours of the East.

Locations you will visit

  • Tashkent
  • Khiva
  • Bukhara
  • Gijduvan
  • Sarmysh
  • Samarkand
  • Shahrisabz


  • Accommodation: 3* and 4* star hotels, twin
  • Half board: breakfasts and dinners
  • Comfortable, air-conditioned transport
  • Entrance fees
  • Folklore show
  • Domestic flight ticket
  • Train ticket
  • Mineral water 0.5 l. pp / pd

Not included

  • International flight tickets (optional)
  • Alcohol and soft drinks
  • Lunches
  • Photo and video charges
  • Insurances
  • Personal expenses
  • Special requests on food and meals
  • Leisure activities

Your itinerary — in brief:

Day 0: Brussels — Tashkent arrival
Day 1: Tashkent
Day 2: Tashkent — Khiva — Urgench
Day 3: Khiva
Day 4: Khiva — Bukhara
Day 5: Bukhara
Day 6: Bukhara
Day 7: Bukhara — Gijduvan — Sarmysh — Nurata
Day 8: Nurata — Samarkand
Day 9: Samarkand
Day 10: Samarkand — Shakhrisabz — Samarkand
Day 11: Samarkand — Tashkent
Day 12: Tashkent — Brussels departure

Day 1

Arrival in Uzbekistan.

Pick up from the airport by the local partner.

Breakfast at the hotel. 

City tour in Tashkent: Old part of the city, the State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan, visiting the religious complex Khasti Imam: consisting of Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum (XV century), Barak Khan Madrassah (XVI century), Muy-Mubarak Mosque – storehouse of the well-known Koran of Khalif Osman and gold hair of prophet Muhammad; Dzhuma-mosque of Khodja Akhrar Vali, Kukeldash Madrassah (XVI), Abdulkasim Madrassah (XIX).
Dinner at the national restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel.
Trip to the mountains area (100 km one way, 2 hrs). Cableway riding at Chimgan. Photo stop at Charvak reservoir. Return to Tashkent. Transfer to the local airport for flight to Urgench. Arrival and transfer to Khiva (30 km, 20 min).
Evening flight to Urgench. Drive to Khiva (30 km)
Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 3

Breakfast at the hotel.
City tour in Khiva: Ichan-Kala architectural complex (XII-XIX), the Residence of the last Khiva Khan including Ismail Khodja Mausoleum, Muhammed Amin Khan Madrassah, Kunya-Ark Castle (XVI-XVI), Kalta Minor Tower, Tash-Hovli Palace (XIX), Pahlavan Mahmud Mausoleum(XIV-XVIII), Juma Mosque (X). You will be the witness of the narrow streets, carved “ayvans” veranda and doors, majestic minarets and mausoleums, heritage and arts –all kept with care in this city as a great treasure.
Dinner at Yasavulboshi restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

Breakfast at the hotel.
In the old days, route from Khiva to Bukhara last more than a month. Today it takes 6 — 7 hours by vehicle, through mysterious red desert “Kyzyl-Kum”, the territory of “Khorezm”, which was called in the past as a “State of Thousand and Hundred Cities”. The secrets are buried in this desert, this is something the archaeologists and historians will be trying to find out in the future. Meanwhile, you are invited to watch the exotic landscapes of the desert with roaming camels, nomadic yurts and old Amudarya River (Oxus).
Arrival to Bukhara. Bukhara Hotel check-in.
Dinner at the guest house with miniature painting master — class.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5

Breakfast at the hotel.
City tour in Bukhara: Ismael Samani Mausoleum — the tomb of representatives of Samanids’ jeweller at the end of IX – beginning of X), Chashma Ayub Mausoleum (Spring of Job – XIV), Bolo-Hauz Mosque (beginning of XX), Citadel Ark (IV) – city in a city, Poi Kalon Ensemble (Pedestal of the Great), religious heart of Sacred Bukhara, consists of Minaret Kalon (XII), Kalyan Mosque (XII), Miri Arab Madrassah (XVI), Ulugbek’s Madrassah (1417), Magoki-Attori Mosque (dated XII-XVI centuries), Lyabi-Khauz Ensemble (dated XIV-XVII centuries), Chor-Minor (four minarets).
Free time: we advise you to visit Bukhara Dome Bazaars (dated 15-16 centuries): Toki Saraffon (the Dome of Moneychangers), Toki-Telpak Furushon (the Dome of Cap makers), Toki Zargaron (the Dome of Jewelers) and Tim Abdullakhan (the Center of silk).
Dinner and Show – program in Nodir Devon Begi Madrassah.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6

Breakfast at the hotel.
Morning trip out of the city for a visit to Bahouddin Nakshbandi mausoleum (16-19th c.), to the sepulchres of his mother and his preceptor (14th c.), visit summer residence Sitorai-Mokhi-Hossa (19th c. – taste of local and Russian Tzars architecture). The afternoon is free for your own city to explore.
Dinner at Old Bukhara restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 7

Breakfast at the hotel.
Drive to Nurata through Gijduvan city. Transfer to Sarymish valley, and short visit this location. Continue to Yangigazgan village. Accommodation in Yurt Camp. Dinner with a folk concert on open air.

Walking “under stars” around Yurt camps. Overnight at yurt.

Day 8

Breakfast at Yurt.
Camel riding: camel safari around the desert, after visiting Aydarkul Lake. Beautiful lake in the desert. Picnic lunch near the lake. Free time.
Transfer to Samarkand. 

Overnight at the hotel.

Day 9

Breakfast at the hotel.
City tour in Samarkand: visit Gur Emir mausoleum, Registan square with three madrassahs, Bibi Khanum mosque, visit of Shah-i-Zinda necropolis
After the cultural program, we’re going to Khawrenko named factory to have a wine tasting and short information about Uzbekistan wine production history.
Free time at Sieb local market/bazaar, where you can buy local fruits, sweets souvenirs etc. Please, do not hesitate to bargain and taste unforgettable Samarkand Bread – Lepeshka.
Evening free on your own – Do not forget to meet sunset in Registan Square, and take unforgettable photos.
Dinner at Samarkand restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 10

Breakfast at the hotel.
Drive to Shakhrisabz by small cars (3 pax each) through Tahtakaracha pass (110 km, 2 hrs).
City tour: ruins of Ak-Saray Palace (14-15th c.), Dor-ut Saodat complex (Khazratiy Imam Mosque (14th c.), Jahongir mausoleum (14th c.), Dor-ut Tillavat complex: Gumbazi-Seiidan, Kok Gumbaz Mosque (15th c.)
Return to Samarkand (110 km, 2 hrs).
Dinner at New Arbat restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 11

Breakfast at the hotel.
Visiting Al Bukhary Memorial Complex.
Departure to Tashkent by high-speed train Afrosiyab.
Departure to Tashkent.
Arrival to Tashkent.
Dinner at Sim – Sim restaurant.
Hotel accommodation.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 12

Departure. Transfer to the airport by the local partner.

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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