Uzbekistan trip and tour 11

Tours in Uzbekistan: About 11
Activity: Cultural tour
Destination: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: Your guide will meet you at the Tashkent International Airport. When you get to the hotel, you have time to rest. Your first day in Uzbekistan will begin with a historical tour of Tashkent. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan.
Day 2: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. Check out hotels. His tour in Tashkent. This is - one of the largest ancient cities in Central Asia, Uzbekistan's capital. Tashkent means that the Uzbek language known "Stone City" and is also called the city of striking contrasts. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. You'll see the ancient and modern city. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Tour to Samarkand is waiting for you (330 km). A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. Arrival to Samarkand and accommodation at hotel. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 3: served at 8:00, breakfast. Full day excursion in Samarkand, "the city of the Blue Dome: The Story of Samarkand came 2500 years and since that time guidelines for the time of Timur Dynasty and have the same meaning as architectural masterpieces of ancient Egypt, China, India, Greece and Rome. A good lunch at the local Uzbek restaurant. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan. Also you can visit during the tour seminar crafts. lunch are served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. your night held at the hotel.
Day 4: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. You will never forget this trip. Tour in Samarkand. Visit Bibi Khanum Mosque (XV c), Eastern Market Bazaar Siyab "Imam Al - .. Mausoleum Bukhariy you can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek Restaurant Today, you will have the theatrical costumes demonstration tour - Fashion Show .. Lunch will be served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. Leisure. A traditional dinner at 8 clock will be given in the evening. Overnight stay at a local hotel.
Day 5: At 8:00 am, breakfast is served. After breakfast - tour to Bukhara (280 km, 3-4 on the road). These days will be memorable. In the way that a tour to visit Rabate Malik and renowned workshop of the potter in Gijduvan. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. Arrival in Bukhara and accommodation at the hotel. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 6: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. Full day tour in Bukhara: How in the holy book, Avesta, Bukhara mentioned - one of the oldest cities in Uzbekistan, offering on the sacred hill of spring time placed Zoroastrians based. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. This city was once a large shopping center on the Great Silk Road. You will never forget this trip. Display at the lowest point Madrassah Devan Begi with folklore. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 7: At 08.00, serves breakfast. We are on a tour of the museum houses Faizulla Khodjaev, Tea House, Sitorai Mokhi Hosa Palace (XIX-deception), visit once the home country of the last emir. Here you see one of the best examples of great architecture. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. The so-called "White Hall" with its carvings Guncha with fiber mirror is of exceptional beauty. This tour is full of interesting information to learn. Free time at leisure. Packed. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 8: Breakfast is ready at 8 in the morning. After breakfast at the hotel - Tour to Khiva (480 km). by the Kizil-Kum desert. You can have breakfast in a traditional Uzbek restaurant. On the road, you have to make a trip to get familiar with the conservation area. These days will be memorable. Arrival to Khiva and accommodation at hotel. A traditional dinner will be given at 8 clock in the evening. Free time for leisure. You stay overnight in a local hotel.
Day 9: served at 8:00, breakfast. Check out the hotel. Tour in Khiva: Ichan-Kala architectural ensemble - "The open-air museum." History of Khorezm dates back to ancient times so long that few civilizations to their age. During this tour you will learn a lot if interesting things about Uzbekistan. Find the palaces during the tour with a rich mosaic to see beatiful unique minarets, mosques and madrasas. A good lunch in the local Uzbek restaurant. Ride to the airport in Urgench. Flight to Tashkent. Arrival in Tashkent. Lunch is served in a nice restaurant at 20:00 clock. To the hotel and accommodation. Your stay at the hotel instead.
Day 10: Your guide will take you back to the airport.

 
 
 
 
 
     11 - The seasons, especially in winter and summer, a big influence on the composition of the basic menu. In the summer fruits, such as grapes, melons, watermelons, apricots, pears, apples, cherries, pomegranates, lemons, persimmons, quinces and figs in abundance growing to do as vegetables including some lesser known species such as green radishes, yellow carrots, Dozens of varieties of pumpkin and squash, in addition to the more common eggplants, peppers, turnips, cucumbers and tomatoes.
     The winter diet traditionally consists of dried fruits and vegetables, and canned goods. Hearty noodle or pasta-type dishes are also common chilly weather fare.
     In general, mutton is the preferred source of protein in the Uzbek diet. Sheep are prized not only for their meat and fat as a source of edible oil, but also for their wool as well. Beef and horsemeat are also consumed in substantial quantities. Camel and goat meat are less common.
     Uzbek dishes are not particularly sharp, though certainly full of flavor. Some of the spices used are basically black cumin, red and black pepper, barberries, coriander and sesame seeds. The most common herbs are fresh coriander, dill, parsley, celery and basil. Other seasonings include wine vinegar, liberally applied to salads and marinades, and fermented milk products.
     A large selection of breads, sourdough and unleavened, is a staple food for the majority of the population. Pita bread, or III and lepyoshka, is usually baked in tandoor oven and served with tea at every meal. Some varieties are prepared with onions or meat in pastry or topped with sesame seeds and other kalonji.
     Central Asia has a reputation for the richness and subtlety of its fermented milk products. The predominant - katyk or yoghurt made from sour milk and suzma, strained clotted milk similar to cottage cheese, are simply eaten in salads or in soups and main products in a unique and delicious flavor.
     Plov or Osh, the Uzbek version of "pilaff", is the staple food of the Uzbek diet. It consists mainly of fried and boiled meat, onions, carrots and rice with raisins, barberries, chickpeas, or fruit added for variation. Uzbeks are proud of their ability to prepare for, the unique and sumptuous plov. The osh-paz, or master chef often cooks plov over an open flame, sometimes serving up to 1000 people from a single cauldron on holidays or occasions such as weddings.