Tours to Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva

  • Carpet tour (8 Days/7 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Khiva - Bukhara – Shahrisabz - Samarkand - Tashkent

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    Duration: 8 days, 7 nights

    Kind of route: airway tour and motor coach

    Places of visit (nights): Khiva(1) - Tashkent (2) - Samarkand (2) - Shahrisabz and Bukhara (2) 

    Best time to travel: all year 

    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels

    Description: Traveling and visiting carpet workshops in major tourist cities of Uzbekistan. Tour package consists of historical components, best 8 days tour package for carpet purchase and visiting the memorial complexes of Khiva – open air museum, legendary Samarkand, holy Bukhara, homeland of Amir Temur (Tamerlan) – Shahrisabz and Tashkent.

    Tashkent: Visiting Old part of the city: Visiting Khazrat-Imam Complex including Madrasseh Barak-Khan (XVI c.); Jami Mosque (XIX c.); Mausoleum of Kaffal-Shoshi (XV c.). Madrasseh of Kukeldash (XV c.). Modern part of the city: visiting Museum of Applied Arts, Amir Temur square, Opera and Ballet Theater named by Alisher Navoi, carpet shop

    Samarkand: Visiting Registan square including: Madrasseh of Ulugbek (XIV), Sherdor Madrasseh (XVII) and Tillya Kari Madrasseh (XVII); Gur-Emir Mausoleum (XV c.), Ulughbek’s Observatory (XV.), Bibi Khanum Mosque (XV c.), Shakhi Zinda Mausoleum (XII-XVI cc.), carpet factory

    Shahrisabz: Visiting: Ak- Saray Palace (14-15cc.), Darus-Saadat, Dorut-Tillavat Complexes (14-16cc.), Ulugbek’s Gumbazi- Seyidan Makbarat, Kok- Gumbaz Mosque (15 cc.)
    Bukhara: Visiting Ark Fortress (VII-XIX); Mausoleum of Ismail Samani (X), Medrese of Ulugbek (1417), Poi-Kalyan Complex including: Minaret of Kalyan (XII), Medrese of Mir-Arab (XVI), Kalyan Mosque (XV); Taki-Zargaron Dome Bazar (XVI), Demonstration of silk production and materials, Lyabi-Khauz Mosque (XVI-XVII), Chor-Minor Medrese (1807), Visiting Sitorai Mokhi Hosa Palace (XIX-XX), private carpet workshop

    Khiva: Full day sightseeing program in Ichan- Qala, carpet factory 

  • Islamic tour (8 days/7 nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Turkestan – Shymkent – Tashkent – Samarkand – Bukhara – Tashkent

    Duration: 8 days/7 nights


    Kind of route: airway tour and motor coach


    Places of visit (nights): Tashkent (3) – Turkestan – Shymkent (1) – Samarkand (2) – Bukhara (1)


    Best time to travel: from March to November


    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels

     

    Description: Traveling in the Islamic holy places in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

  • Combined tour I. Following the footsteps of Marco Polo (16 Days/15 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Almaty – Shymket – Turkestan – Shymkent – Tashkent – Termez – Shahrisabz – Samarkand – Aydarkul – Nurata – Aydar – Bukhara – Khiva – Urgench – Kunya Urgench – Dashoguz – Ashgabat

    Duration: 16 days/15 nights


    Kind of route: airway tour, motor coach and train


    Places of visit (nights): Almaty (1)– Shymkent(1)– Turkestan- Tashkent (2) – Termez (1) – Shahrisabz –Samarkand (2)- Aydarkul – Nurata (1) – Aydar – Bukhara (2)- Khiva (2) – Urgench - Kunya Urgench – Dashoguz – Ashgabat (2)


    Best time to travel: from March to November


    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels

  • Combined tour II. Following the footsteps of Marco Polo+nature (17 Days/16 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Almaty – Shymkent – Turkestan – Shymkent – Tashkent – Fergana – Kuva – Rishtan – Kokand – Fergana – Tashkent – Samarkand – Shahrisabz – Bukhara – Khiva – Kunya Urgench – Dashoguz – Ashgabat


    Duration: 17 days/16 nights


    Kind of route: airway tour, motor coach and train


    Places of visit (nights): Almaty (3) – Shymkent (1) – Turkestan –  Tashkent (1) – Fergana (2) – Kuva – Rishtan –Kokand – Samarkand (3) – Shahrisabz – Bukhara (2) – Khiva (2) – Kunya Urgench – Dashoguz – Ashgabat (2)

     

    Best time to travel: from March to November


    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels

  • Archeological tour in “Dalvarzintepa” (8 Days/7 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Termez – Dalvarzintepa – Samarkand – Tashkent

    Duration: 8 days/7 nights

    Kind of route: airway tour and motor coach

    Places of visit (nights): Tashkent (2) – Samarkand (1) – Termez (1) – Dalvarzintepa (3)

    Best time to travel: all year

    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels, private house and expeditionary base

     

    Description: Traveling in tourist cities of Uzbekistan. The best program for visiting the archaeological sites of Surkhandarya region 

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Great Silk Road

One of the most outstanding events of historical and cultural progress of peoples of the world was the worldwide known development of silk breeding and silk spinning after opening the Great Silk Road.
It’s known that China was the home of silk production and silk-related handicrafts. For a long time China was the only country producing silk material valued over gold all over the world.

great silk road,Tourism and travels in Uzbekistan

Little by little evidence of silk production appeared in other countries, but it became widespread since the 2nd century BC after Udi, the emperor of China, had signed the agreement with Davan to open “silk road”. Thus, the Silk Road through Davan, i.e. Fergana Valley, opened in the 220s BC. Having studied the significant role silk played in Europe (Europeans used silk material as currency to pay tributes, for presents, as pledge to prevent wars) Ferdinand fon Rihtgofen, the geography scientist of the 19th c, was the first to introduce the name “The Great Silk Road”.

The Great Silk Road significantly contributed to the process of formation and improvement of trade and cultural relations among China, India, Iran, Central Asian, Near Eastern, and Mediterranian countries. The Great Silk Road started near the town Sian, situated by the middle flow of the Huanhe River, and ran through Lanchzhou in direction of Dunhuan. There the road split into two roads: northwestern and southwestern. The northwestern road lay through Turfan to the coast of Tarim and from there to Kashgar and Davan. Further it proceeded to Samarkand, the capital of Sogd, and to Margiyan (Merv). The southwestern road lay through Hutan, Yarkent, and Pamir mountains to Zariasp (Balh), the capital of Bactria. There the south-western road split into two roads: one led to India while the other proceeded to the West and in Merv reunited with the north-western road from where it ran through Nisa, the capital of Parfia, Gekatompil, the capital of Iran, the town Apaliya and Ekbatan (Hamadan) reaching Mesopotamy and further through the towns Bagdad and Ktesifon along the right bank of the Dazhly (Tiger) river northward leading to Damask through the towns Nisibin and Antiohia; from Damask it ran through the towns Tira, Kuddus, and further to Egypt.

Besides silk different other kinds of fabric, carpets, mirrors, metal goods, jewelry, medicines, horses, and camels from Bactria and Davani, juicy and the most delicious fruits from Central Asia, books and treatises of contemporary and classical scientists, etc. were transported along the famous road.
In the 3d and 4th c the Great Silk Road was the main path Chinese Buddhists took while making their pilgrimage to India.

In the 10th c as a result of expanded trade relations among China, Arab Caliphate, and Bysanty the international importance of the Great Silk Road became even greater. But as a result of the great geographical discoveries and increased number of sea routes in the 15th c the Great Silk Road lost its fame.
Rebuilding the ancient traditions of the Great Silk Road on the eve of the 21 c, Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with UNESCO aim at revival of the former fame of Uzbek cities as linking Europe and Asia.

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