Tashkent – Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent
all the year round
We are glad to present you a short but interesting tour with visiting blessed Bukhara and famous Samarkand. This tour is ideal for tourists who don't have enough time but want to visit as many places as possible.
Get ready to see world-famous city squares, mausoleums and madrasah - all dressed in glittering mosaics and bright colors - walk among them and enjoy the views.
Book the tour now - get all the perfect dates and good schedule ready for you. Welcome to Uzbekistan!
Arrival in Tashkent International Airport named after Islam Karimov
Migration formalities usually take 20 min to 40 min: visa/passport control and baggage claim.
Welcome to Tashkent!
Tashkent is a one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in Central Asia of more than 2200 years history originally known as Chach, Shash and later Tashkent (“Tosh”- means “stone”, “ kent”–“city“) . Throughout the centuries, the city developed into an important trade center and witnessed glory days of great dynasties of. Nowadays; Tashkent is a modern and the largest city in Uzbekistan since 1930 is the capital and administrative, culture and economical center of Uzbekistan that is famous for its green streets, exquisite cuisine, wonderful sunny weather and hospitable people.
Come out of the terminal and meet the driver holding a sign “ANUR TOUR” with your name on it.
You will be met and transferred to the hotel. Breakfast.
14:00 Standard check-in.
08:30 Meeting with a local guide in the lobby and start walking excursion around old Bukhara: – Ensemble Lyabi Hauz (Nadir Divanbegi Madrassa, Khanaka, Kukeldash Madrassa and the monument of Khodja Nasreddin);
– Magoki Attari Mosque is one of the oldest mosques survived in Bukhara from the time before the Mongolian invasion;
– Abdullakhan’s Tim with numerous handicraft stores offering you souvenirs, ceramics, national clothes, and carpets;
– Caravanserai Saifuddin (the Center of Handicraft Development of Bukhara);
– There are three trading places or so-called covered bazaars: Toki Sarrofon, Toki Telpak Furushon, and Toki Zargaron preserved from the XVI century. These bazaars were the centers for trade of silk, jewelry and even for money exchange. Today as well, one can enjoy and purchase different souvenirs of a wide range, from small souvenir magnets to the famous Bukhara carpets;
– Visit Ulughbek and Abdulazizkhan Madrassas or so-called Kosh (pare) madrassas standing in front of each other with a distinctive style of facade ornamental decoration;
– Poi Kalon Square with Kalon Minaret and Mosque, Mir Arab Madrassa – the heart of Bukhara, a monumental complex impressing the imagination of every visitor;
– Ark Fortress – the oldest citadel dating back to I century BC where one can feel the history of the great fortress covered in beautiful legends and myths.
Optionally can be added by request: a quick visit to Samanids mausoleum (IX century), a monument of early medieval architecture with a local guide.
Start your sightseeing program from the old part of Samarkand:
– Gur Emir Mausoleum – a burial vault of Timur the Great and his descendants decorated with gold ornaments and considered as one of the most significant places in the world;
– Continue to the famous Registan Square – the heart of Samarkand and a real masterpiece of Central Asian medieval architecture consists of three grandiose buildings: Ulughbek Madrassa, Madrassa Sherdor, and Madrassa Tilla Kori.
– Bibi Khanim Mosque – the biggest medieval building in the city which was one of the most magnificent mosques in the Islamic world in 15th Century;
– Shahi Zinda Necropolis – unique complex of Mausoleums formed by standing on both sides of the cenotaph (an imaginary grave) belonging to the Muslim person named Saint Abbas ibn-Kussam;
– Ulugbek’s Observatory – the finest astronomical centers in the medieval world was built by order of Ulugbek, an outstanding scholar and astronomer;