Tashkent can be named as the cultural capital of the Islamic world. The antiquity this place holds, says a lot about its earlier times. The ancient buildings have an artistic touch which looks marvelous. Not just that, the local streets, historical monuments, architectural mosques and the taste enriching food melts in your mouth. To explore the perfect mix of culture, history, and art, Tashkent is the place for you. Plan a perfect 6-Day getaway with us at a price that's just right for you.
Upon your arrival at Tashkent Airport, meet and greet our represtative and transfer to your hotel. After a comfortable ride, check-in and rest for a while. Later after resting, take a stroll in the nearby places, and spend the rest of the evening exploring the nightlife. Overnight stay in hotel.Day 2 : Tashkent City Tour
Start your day with a delicious breakfast. Buckle up and start your day tour. Visit the Khast-Imam Complex, a religious Mosque of Tashkent. Also explore several historical architectural monuments and their unique constructions.
Now, it's time for lunch to enjoy the local delectables and relish its taste (On your own). Next, visit the Museum of Applied Art of Tashkent, sight the exhibition of eye catching handicrafts and decorative arts and the ancient palace of the Russian diplomat Alexander Polovtsev.
After this, explore the beautiful and unusual underground stations of Tashkent, the Amir Temur Square, and Independence Square. Head towards Chorsu, the biggest Bazaars of Uzbekistan. Proceed back to your hotel for an overnight stay.Day 3 : Bukhara Tour
After a tasty breakfast, pack your luggage and check-out early to board your High Speed train to Bukhara (Duration: 4hrs), your next stop. From the train station, make your way to the designated hotel(on your own), check-in, and freshen up.
Post lunch(on your own) Get ready to start our epic Bukhara sightseeing tour. Visit the Architectural complex Poi-Kalyan. It houses three constructions built centuries ago. Explore the amazing madrasa of Ulug Beg and Abdulaziz Khan.
Visit the Magok-i Attari Mosque (now a carpet museum), one of the oldest architectural monuments which hold heathen shrines, the remains of a Buddhist monastery and a Zoroastrian temple in Bukhara. Explore some more remarkable monuments like the architectural ensemble Lyabi-Hauz which consists of three monumental buildings.
Admire the beauty of the Bolo-Hauz Mosque, the mausoleum of Ismail Samani and one of the most ancient monuments in the city. Next, visit the mausoleum Chashma Ayub, which means 'source of Job'. Later head back to your hotel and enjoy a tasty dinner (on your own).Day 4 : Arrival at Samarkand
Start your day with a morning breakfast. Pack up your luggage, check-out and make your way to the station (on your own). Take High Speed train from Bukhara to Samarkand. Upon your arrival at the station , make your way(on own) to the hotel, check-in and freshen up. Enjoy lunch (on your own)and go for an amazing sightseeing tour of the city.
Visit the Registan Square, an ensemble of three Madrasahs, the Ulugbek Madrasah, the Sher Dor Madrasah, and the Tillya Kori Madrasah. A unique example of town building art! Also explore the remarkable pattern of the architectural planning of the main town square.
Enjoy the magnificent Gur-Emir Mausoleum, a world-known masterpiece of Central Asian architecture. Watch the family crypt of the great dynasty of Tamerlane, with a finely ribbed dome and decorated with paper-mache. Undoubtedly, you will be left speechless by the charm of this unbelievable exotic place. Head back to your hotel enroute enjoy an amazing dinner (on your own).Day 5 : Samarkand
Start your day with an early morning breakfast. Get ready to start your day tour. Visit the Shakhi-Zinda ensemble with more than 20 historic buildings of the early centuries. Each mausoleum is developed with a unique style of decoration and skillful art. Next, visit the Observatory of Ulugbek, the first observatory in Central Asia.
After you enjoy a tasty lunch, explore the miracles of the city like The Pearl of Samarkand - Bibi Khanum Mosque, built by the artisans of Khorossan, Azerbaijan, Persia, and India. Next, stroll in the Siyab Bazaar, the most ancient and biggest in Samarkand.
Evening at Leisure to explore the beauty of the town. Overnight stay at the hotel.Day 6 : Depart Samarkand to Tashkent Airport
Enjoy a tasty morning breakfast, pack up your luggage and check-out on time. On your own proceed to the railway station and board the fast-speed train to Tashkent. Make your way from Tashkent station to the airport for your flight back to your hometown. Have a safe flight!