Uzbekistan tours and trips 05

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 05
Activity: Cultural tour
Destination: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: Your guide will meet you in Tashkent International Airport. If the hotel you have a time to rest. Your first day in Uzbekistan will start from a historical tour of Tashkent. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan.
Day 2: Your breakfast will be ready for 8 clock in the morning. Transfer to the airport. Morning flight to Urgench. Arrival in Urgench, a Tour to Khiva, settlement is in the hotel. You can create a wonderful lunch in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Visit of Khiva: Ichan-Kala architectural complex (12-19th c.) - A UNESCO World Heritage Site - the residence of the last Khan including Ismail Khodja Mausoleum Mohammed Amin Khan Madrassah. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Lunch during the day. Dinner is served in a wonderful restaurant 20.00 clock you will stay in a local hotel for a night.
Day 3: Breakfast 08.00 clock is served. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan. Departure Khiva to Bukhara and a tour (6 hours). A good lunch at a local Uzbek restaurant. Arrival in Bukhara. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. Check-in at the hotel. Spend your night in a hotel.
Day 4: Your breakfast will be ready for 8 clock in the morning. You will never forget this trip. Tour of Bukhara: Ismail Samonid Mausoleum (burial place of the Samani dynasty founder Ismail Samani, 10th century), Kalon Minaret and Poi Kalon Mosque, Miri Arab Madrassa, Lyabi House complex, Ark Fortress (a home to the rulers of Bukhara), Choir Minor. You can create a wonderful lunch in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Dinner is served in a wonderful restaurant 20.00 clock you will stay in a local hotel for a night.
Day 5: Breakfast 08.00 clock is served. Take Nurata. These days will be memorable. You are on this tour, the old mosque was built with holy spring water and sacred fish, ancient ruins of the fortress of Alexander the Great. A good lunch at a local Uzbek restaurant. Continue our tour to Yangigazgan village, then a tour to Kyzylkum desert to the Kazakh yurt. In the evening, learn how to ride camels. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. The dinner will be similar with a Kazakh singing Kazakh folk songs. Spend your night in a hotel.
Day 6: Your breakfast will be ready for 8 clock in the morning. Camel ride in his Kyzylkum. You will never forget this trip. Tour Aydarkul Lake. Packed. After lunch tour Samarkand. You can create a wonderful lunch in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Arrival to Samarkand. Dinner is served in a wonderful restaurant 20.00 clock you will stay in a local hotel for a night.
Day 7: Breakfast 08.00 clock is served. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Tour of Samarkand, which includes: famous Registan Square (15th with Madrassa Sherdor 17th century, Tilla Kori and Ulugbek century), Shokhi Zinda necropolis (important pilgrimage place in Samarkand), remains of grandiose Bibi Khanum Mosque. Lunch during the day. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. Spend your night in a hotel.
Day 8: Your breakfast will be ready for 8 clock in the morning. Breakfast at hotel. A trip to Tashkent (4 hours). These days will be memorable. Arrival in Tashkent. Settlement takes place in the hotel. You can create a wonderful lunch in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. Visiting Tashkent visit Chorsu bazaar in the old part of Tashkent, Kukuldash mosque and Khast Imom - is official religious center for Muslims in Central Asia from Barak Khan Madrassa. Dinner is served in a wonderful restaurant 20.00 clock you will stay in a local hotel for a night.
Day 9: Your guide will take you back to the airport.

 

 

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5 - The Great Silk Road
For many centuries, people in the East and the West were of a trade route stretching from South-East Asia to the countries of the Mediterranean region and called "A Silk Road" by German geographer and geologist of the nineteenth century, Ferdinand von Richthofen connected. The Silk Road extending from east to west for thousands of kilomatres as a two-way flow with a series of tributThe Great Silk Road
For many centuries, people in the East and the West were of a trade route stretching from South-East Asia to the countries of the Mediterranean region and called "A Silk Road" by German geographer and geologist of the nineteenth century, Ferdinand von Richthofen connected. The Great Silk Road, which was the whole East expansion cut off by the whole Asian continent, the most significant in age and size. It spans the distance of almost 12,000 km and sometime caravans needs 1 year to all the way back down. The Silk Road is an example of how humanity develops in the course of its historical nature, as it is passed from culture to culture, from stage to stage, as it were to a new period of time and how it was grown. Silk was the major commodity during these perilous journeys along steppes, deserts and mountain paths. It was one of the most valuable substances and Chinese masters retained its production technology in secret for thousands of years. However, camel caravans carried not only silk. For centuries, from the East to the West and from West to East, they carried out a large amount of raw materials and goods: bronze, porcelain, wool, cobalt. In addition, the Silk Road served as a channel for the dissemination of ideas, technology, art and religion, promoting the mutual enrichment of cultures and the formation of a common heritage of mankind.
The main route of the Silk Road went through China along the Gan Su corridor, then through the Tarima pool, and the highlands of the Pamir and Tien Shan ranges in Central Asia, Afghanistan, Iran, the eastern shore of the Mediterranean, and even more on top of commercial centers the Middle East, countries of the Silk Road, and Europe.
The Great Silk Road served as the first route from China to the capital of the Roman Empire in the 2nd Century BC. It was about seven thousand kilometers long. The most valuable commodity was imported from China silk, which is an obvious explanation as to why this whole transcontinental trade route was named The Silk Road.