On this long tour of Uzbekistan, you will have the opportunity to cross the entire country from East to West, following the legendary route of the Great Silk Road. 10 days of travel around the country will become a real adventure that will reveal the whole variety of cultural, historical and architectural wealth of Uzbekistan. In the cities of the Fergana Valley, you will get acquainted with the history of the Kokand Khanate and craftsmen who create amazing examples of folk applied art: carpets, knives and ceramics. And Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva will amaze you with their unique majestic architecture, which deservedly entered the UNESCO World Heritage List.


Early morning arrival in Tashkent by air.
Meeting with guide at the airport and transfer to hotel. 
Check in hotel and have rest.

Lunch at the restaurant. Afre lunch sightseeing of Tashkent:

  • Kukeldash Madrasah is one of the largest and surviving madrasahs in Central Asia, which is located in the most ancient part of Tashkent near Chorsu Square. The oldest Chorsu market is also located here, walking along which you will feel the whole flavor of the oriental bazaar.
  • In the State Museum of History, we will get acquainted with all the milestones in the history of Uzbekistan and see many unique cultural and historical exhibits.
  • Tashkent metro - as beautiful as Moscow metro, and combines Uzbek traditional motives with classical elements. Let's take the chance to drive through several stations and see the most interesting stations with our own eyes.
  • The building of the opera house named after Alisher Navoi.
  • In the evening we will take a walk along the Amir Timur Square, and the Broadway - the city center and a favorite place of recreation for local residents.

Dinner at the restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.


Breakfast at the holet.
Transfer to railway station and take train to Margilan town in Fergana valley.
Arrival and have lunch at local restaurant.

  • Margilan is especially famous as a city where craftsmen create wonderful embroidery, handicrafts (skullcaps, suzane), exquisite carving on wooden surfaces and ganch.
  • The local population is proud of the production of fabrics from the finest natural silk. Khan-atlases, bekasams and adras are known all over the world for their iridescent colors.
  • We will visit the Erdolik factory. It started its activity in 1972 and is one of the largest silk production enterprises. We will see workshops that process cocoons, make threads from silk, produce weaving warp, and create silk fabrics and carpets. Almost all of these technologies are ancient and invariable types of manual labor. No one will remain indifferent to see how this delicate silk is created.
  • Short city tour by bus

Transfer to Fergana and short sightseeing tour of Fergana.
Dinner at the restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel.
Transfer to Rishtan town.

  • The city is famous for its ceramics. Here, since ancient times, its own unique technology for the production of ceramic masterpieces has been developed. The color range is characterized by the presence of turquoise, brown and blue shades on a snow-white background, achieved using a mixture of glaze with cobolt. And in the patterns, preference is given to pictures in the form of picturesque vegetation. Among the most famous masters of Rishtan of our time, Rustam Usmanov and Alisher Nazirov should be noted. Today's Rishtan is world famous precisely thanks to the author's works of these famous ceramists-artists.
    We will visit the home of the master ceramist and get acquainted with the whole process of making amazing ceramic products. The house also exhibits a variety of works that showcase the craftsmanship and imagination of local craftsmen.

After the excursion, transfer to the city of Kokand. Lunch at the restaurant. Excursion in Kokand:

  • Khudoyarkhan's palace - on the entire territory of Central Asia, this is the only palace of the khan that has survived to our time. The palace has a minaret decorated with ceramic tiles, seven courtyards and one hundred and nineteen rooms, all rooms are decorated with openwork ganch carving, decorated with ornamental paintings and decorated with gilding.
  • Jami Mosque is the main Friday mosque of the city. Its decoration is a long aivan held by 98 carved wooden decks. And also a minaret, laid out with a smooth, simple masonry of burnt bricks and a height of twenty-two meters.
  • The Modari Khan mausoleum, which means “Khan's mother”, was built for the mother of the ruler of Kokand, Umarkhan, by order of her daughter-in-law. And he became the burial vault of all women of the khan's family.
  • Madrasah Narbuta-biy is the highest Muslim educational institution of the eighteenth century. Today, the madrasah is still functioning and represents an institute for religious knowledge.

Early dinner in a restaurant or boxes on the train.
Transfer to the station and transfer by train from Margilan to Tashkent (17: 35-21: 40). The train passes through the tunnel through the famous Kamchik pass.

Arrival in Tashkent and check-in at the hotel.
Overnight at the hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel.

Transfer to the station and transfer by high-speed train from Tashkent to Samarkand.
Driven to Samarkand and the beginning of the excursion (standard check-in at the hotel after 14:00).

  • Mausoleum of Gur Emir (XV century) - burial place of the Timurid dynasty. A unique architectural monument with an unforgettable blue and blue dome. The famous tomb of Tamerlane is located here.

Lunch at the restaurant.
After lunch, sightseeing tour of Samarkand:

  • Ulugbek Observatory (15th century) - the first observatory in the east with a 30-meter sextant built by Ulugbek to accurately measure the trajectories and positions of star bodies. All that remains of the goth of the ancient observatory is the curved trench of a part of the sextant.
  • The Mausoleum of Khoja Doniyar is a place of numerous pilgrimages for Jews, Christians and Muslims, covered with numerous legends and legends.
  • Museum "Afrosiab" - created near the ancient settlement Afrosiab, which presents the main unique exhibits found during excavations

Dinner at the restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel.
Full day sightseeing tour of Samarkand:

  • Shahi Zinda complex (XI-XIX centuries) - the so-called "City of the Dead". A complex of more than 20 unique buildings from different times of construction. This one of the oldest buildings in the city is an important pilgrimage site.
  • Hand-made Paper factory "Meros" - a workshop for the production of silk paper. Since ancient times, local people have been making paper from recycled mulberry bark. In a picturesque suburb of Samarkand, a group of craftsmen equipped a mill and a workshop, in which they completely recreated this handmade process and now we can see all the subtleties of this craft.
  • Siab Bazaar is a modern traditional "oriental" market in Samarkand that surprises tourists with its colorfulness and variety of products and goods offered.

Lunch at the restaurant. After lunch, sightseeing tour of Samarkand:

  • Bibi-Khanum Mosque (XIV - XV centuries) - a project conceived by Timur as the largest mosque of that time. It impresses with its size and grandeur.
  • Registan Square (XV-XVII centuries) - the heart of Samarkand. A unique ensemble, consisting of three madrasahs, which were and are the center of the old city and the passage of forums and festivals.
  • Tasting of collection wines at the winery them. Khovrenko - After the traditional historical outline, the oldest winery in the city, 10 traditional glasses of different types of wines await guests.

Dinner at the restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel


Breakfast at the hotel.
After breakfast, transfer to Bukhara (about 5 hours).
Arrival and lunch at the restaurant.
After lunch, out-of-town excursion around Bukhara:

  • Sitorai Mokhi Khosa palace (XIX century) - the summer residence of more than one generation of Bukhara emirs, built in the combined style of local and European traditions of that time. The halls of the palace are richly decorated with carpets and paintings.

Return to the city and excursion in the center:

  • Chor Minor is a unique and one of the most amazing buildings in Bukhara with four minarets - one in each corner. Built in 1807 by the Turkmen merchant Caliph Niyazkul.
  • The Lyabi-Khauz complex - the heart of Bukhara - is one of the central squares, formed in the 16th-17th centuries. The central pond "hauz" is framed by three buildings - the Kukeldash madrasah, the Divan-Begi madrasah and the Divan-Begi khanaka. The house is surrounded by old tall trees, which provide coolness in the summer heat and make the square a favorite resting place for local residents.

Dinner at the restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel


Breakfast at the hotel.
Full day sightseeing tour of Bukhara:

  • The Trading Domes are three trade centers that have survived since the 16th century: Toki Zargaron - a bazaar of jewelers, Toki Telpak Furushon - a skullcap bazaar, Toki Sarrafon - a bazaar for money changers.
  • Magoki Attari Mosque - in 937 the mosque burned down almost to the ground in a fire and in the 12th century it was restored in the likeness of a miraculously preserved southern portal.
  • The Poikalyan complex (XII-XVI centuries) is a visiting card of Bukhara - an architectural ensemble consisting of the Kalyan cathedral mosque, the Miri Arab madrasah and the Kalyan minaret, the highest (46 m) in the Central Asian region.
  • Twin madrasahs - Ulugbek and Abdelazizkhan

Lunch at the restaurant. After lunch, continue the excursion:

  • ARK fortress (IV BC - XIX century) - in the Middle Ages it was a whole small city surrounded by a wall. Inside the fortress were the emir's palace, mint, mosques, government institutions, warehouses, shops, a prison and a public meeting area.
  • Bolo Hauz Mosque (1712) - a famous and revered mosque near an artificial reservoir with amazing wooden columns.
  • The Samanid Mausoleum (IX-X centuries) - the first building in Central Asia, built of baked bricks in the shape of a cube, with a covered dome and a unique geometric design of masonry - a masterpiece of world architecture.

Dinner at the restaurant. During the dinner, we invite you to enjoy Uzbek national folk music and dances.
Overnight at the hotel


Breakfast at the hotel.

Today we will make a long drive from Bukhara to Khiva, through the Kizil Kum desert and the Amurdarya river. Enjoy exotic views of the sand dunes of one of the largest deserts in the world.

Lunch at the teahouse on the way.
We will arrive in Khiva in the evening. For today we do not have any excursions planned, however, from just staying in the fortress city of Khiva, you will feel like in the stories about Aladdin.
You can stroll through the streets of the city, or watch the sunset on one of the café terraces.

Dinner at a restaurant or hotel.
Overnight at the hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel.
All day sightseeing in Khiva:

  • We begin our excursion of "Ichan Kala" - the inner city-fortress of Khiva - through the main gates "Ata Darvoza". And at once we see the Madrasah of Muhammad Amin Khan, built in 1852 for the residence and education of students, now used as a hotel.
  • Kalta minor (1851) - a minaret located in the far corner of the Amin Khan madrasah. It was originally conceived as the tallest minaret in the Muslim world, its diameter was 15 m and a height of 28 m. But after the death of Amin Khan (1855), the project remained incomplete and its name is translated as "short minaret".
  • Kunya Ark (XVII century) - an internal fortress with administrative buildings, a powder workshop, a courthouse and its own mosque
  • Observation platform Ak-Sheikh Baba
  • Madrasah Muhammad Rahim Khan (XIX century) - a madrasah distinguished by its architectural construction in that it has not one, but two courtyards.

Lunch at the restaurant. After lunch, continue the excursion:

  • Juma Mosque (X - XVII centuries) - the roof of the mosque is supported by 213 carved columns. Thanks to the unique construction, this is the coolest place in Khiva, with excellent acoustics.
  • Islam Khoja minaret and madrasah (1908 - 1910) - 45 m. Height - the highest minaret in Khiva and an excellent place for viewing the panorama of Ichan Kala.
  • Tosh Hovli (1825 - 1842) - the khan's palace, consisting of three main buildings: the coronation hall, the reception hall and the harem.
  • The Pakhlavan Mahmud complex (XIV - XIX centuries) is the most remarkable architectural monument in Khiva with unique tiles. It was built in honor of the national hero, poet, healer and invincible fighter Pakhlavan Mahmud.

Dinner at the restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.


Breakfast at hotel or boxes.
Transfer to Urgench city airport and take morning flight to Tashkent.
Upon arrival in Tashkent transfer to international airpot for flight out.
(we can arrange additional services according to international flight schedule, if needed)



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