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Tashkent, Yakkasaroy, Sh. Rustaveli Street, 79 House, 16 apartment

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For a thousand years, the Silk Road, the world's greatest overland trade route, has been making its way from China through Central Asia to Europe. Today it is an independent state of Uzbekistan that contains some of the most interesting places and this trip is designed to visit the great cities that are experiencing this legendary era.

Transfer to the local airport in Tashkent.

Departure to Nukus, the capital of the Republic of Karakalpakstan (1 hour 40 minutes) in the morning. Upon arrival, visit the Igor Savitsky Art Museum (the museum is closed on Mondays).

Today, the museum has the second largest collection of avant-garde paintings of Russians (after the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg). It has the largest archeological, folklore and applied art collections with more than 86,000 pieces.
Transfer to Khiva (200 km, 3.5 hours). At night in Khiva.

A day trip to the sand-covered Khorezm fortresses for a long time.

Transfer to Red Castle (80 km, 1.5 hours). Travel to Red Castle (about 40 minutes).

Transfer Toprak- Castle (2 km). Tour Land- Castle for about an hour. Transfer to Ayaz-Qala (20 km, 30 minutes). Return to Khiva (105 km, 2 hours).
At night in Khiva.

Travel around Khiva. Today you will enter the 2,500-year history of Khiva, the capital of the Khiva Khanate from the 16th to the 20th century. The city is famous for its well-preserved castle wall that surrounds the old city of Khiva, known as Ichan-Kala ("inner city"). Most of the historical monuments are located in the Ichan-Qala area, which is a pedestrian zone. Today, during your tour, you will visit the largest madrasah in Khiva - Muhammad Aminkhan Madrasah, next to which is the Kalta Minar Minaret ("short minaret"). The tower is famous for its unusual shape and beautiful decor. The Kunya Ark Palace was the main residence of the rulers until the 19th century. In the 19th century, the construction of the new Stone House Palace, the harem of which was especially popular in Khiva, was completed.

The Khiva Juma Juma Mosque has an unusual construction style, consisting of more than 200 wooden pillars, which makes it unique. The holiest place in the city is the mausoleum of Pakhlavon Mahmud, where newlyweds come to receive blessings.
Transfer to Urgench airport (35 km, 40 min). Evening flight to Tashkent (1.5 hours). Transfer to a hotel in Tashkent.

The largest monuments of Khiva are gathered in the ancient Ichan-Kala fortress, so sightseeing is a good choice to explore this ancient city, which is called the Open City Museum. Khiva is still like an ancient eastern city: you can’t drive through the narrow streets, people live in 17th-18th century buildings, and agile swallows live on the castle walls.

In the morning, departure from Samarkand to Bukhara (280 km, 4 hours). Stop on the way at the Rabat-i-Malik caravanserai (XI century). Arrival in Bukhara, accommodation at the hotel. A guided tour of the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, awaits you here. Visiting the Kalyan minaret, Kalyan mosque, Miri-Arab madrasah, Magoki-Attori mosque, Ulugbek madrasah, Abdulaziz-khan madrasah, trading domes, Lyabi-Khauz complex, Chor-Minor madrasah. Overnight at the hotel.

Departure from the hotel at 12:00. Free time until transfer to Tashkent airport. Departure.

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Tour Type:Standart
Duration:5 Days
Participants:1-12 Persons
From900 $

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