13 Days Treasures of Uzbekistan Tour Package from OrexCA.com (Posted on Aug 2 2011)

13 Days Treasures of Uzbekistan Tour Package from OrexCA.com

Historical and architectural tours in Uzbekistan. City Tours in Uzbekistan Historical tourism in Uzbekistan

This tour is developed on an individual basis, within 5 days (max)

Duration: 13 days, 12 nights Type of route: air flight and transfer by car (bus) Season: from March to October Accommodation: single / double in hotels Description: Tour around Uzbekistan. Tour package consists of a combination of historical, architectural, cultural and ethnic components.

Uzbekistan Beauty

Uzbekistan Beauty

ITINERARY: Tashkent – Urgench – Khiva – Bukhara – Shakhrisabz – Termez – Samarkand – Tashkent

Day 1: Arrival at the airport “Tashkent” . Meeting at the airport and transportation to the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel. Dinner. Overnight in Tashkent .

Day 2: Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport for morning flight HY in Urgench . Arrival in Urgench. Moving to the city of Khiva (30 km). Accommodation. Lunch. Sightseeing tour around the architectural complex “Ichon-Qala” (XII-XIX cc.) ” Kun-Ark ” khan’s castle – the inner citadel of Ichon-Qala (XVI-XVII cc.) ” Tower Kalta Minor ” (“Short minaret” ), which was to become the biggest and tallest minaret in Central Asia (XIX cent.) ” Muhammad Amin Khan ” – the biggest medieval madrasas in Khiva (1845-1855 gg.) ” Djuma Mosque ” with 212 wooden columns and a minaret height 32, 5 m (X cent.) ” Tash-Hauli ” (“Stone courtyard”) – the palace like a fortress with high battlements, towers and fortified gates (XIX cent.) ” Ak-Mosque ” (“White Mosque “) – a small quarter mosque by the gates of Pahlavan-Darwaza (1838-1842 gg.) ” necropolis of Pahlavan Mahmud ” – the cultic center of Yichang-Qala (1810-1913 yy.) ” residence of Islam Khoja ” (1910) – Chief vizier of the last khan. The ensemble consists of the smallest and highest madrasa minaret in Khiva. The platform of the minaret at a height of 45 meters is the highest observation point in the panorama of Khiva. Dinner. Overnight in Khiva .

Day 3: Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Bukhara along the caravan route through Kizil-Kum desert (490 km, 6-7 hours). Arrival in Bukhara . Accommodation at the hotel. Free time. Dinner in a Traditional Uzbek house . Overnight in Bukhara .

Day 4: Breakfast. City tour: Fortress “Ark”, Samanid Mausoleum (IX-X centuries). “Chashma Ayub,” mosque “Bolo-Hauz” (XVIII century). bazaar “bonce” ensemble “Labi Hovuz” (XIV-XVII cc.) which consists of a pond, “Honako Nodir Divan Begi” madrassas “Kukeldash” and madrassas, “Nodir Divan Begi.” Minaret “Kalyan” (XII-XIV centuries.) mosque, “Kalyan” (XV cent.), madrasah “Mir-Arab” (XVI century).. The new object is to visit, which opened in 2010 – the cultural center “Kitchen Island Boki Bukhara” , located on an area of 107 hectares near the bus station of the city of Bukhara (in anticipation of the city) and consisting of a monument , an amphitheater (2000 seats) and the Musical Drama Theater (700 places). Dinner. Overnight in Bukhara .

Day 5: Breakfast at hotel. Continuation of city tour: walk through the ancient streets, “Chor Minor” (XVIII century).. A trip out of town: the summer residence of the Emir “Sitorai-Khosa” (XIX cent.), an ancient burial “Chor-Bakr” (X cent.), a visit to the mausoleum Bahoutdina Naqshbandi (XVI-XIX cc.), the graves of his mother and successors (XIV century).. Dinner. Overnight in Bukhara .

Day 6: Breakfast at hotel. Visit the Ethnographic Museum and an ancient mosque. Dinner. Overnight in Bukhara .

Day 7: Breakfast at hotel. Moving to Shakhrisabz (295 km, 5 h). Accommodation at the hotel. City tour: ruins of the palace, “Ak-Saray” (XIV-XV cc.) complex “Hazrati Imam”, “Dor-ut Tillavat” (XV-XVI centuries). “Gumbazi-Seydan Makbarat Ulugbek” mosque “Cock Gumbaz “(XV century).” Gumbazi Seydon “Mausoleum of Jahangir, visited a factory to produce objects of art “Hudzhun” . Dinner. Night in Shakhrisabz .

Day 8: Breakfast at hotel. Moving to the city of Termez . Accommodation at the hotel. City tour: Archaeological Museum, “Fayaztepa” – an ancient settlement (II-III cent.) Mausoleum of Hakim At Termizi (IX-XV cc.) (4 km), the Buddhist “stupa Zurmala” (7 km), Mausoleum of “Sultan Saodat “(X-XV cc.) (7, 5 km), honako” Kokaldor Ota “(XVI century). (4 km), the ruins of a nunnery “Kirk Kiz” (IX-X centuries). (4 km). Dinner. Overnight in Termez .

Day 9: Breakfast at hotel. On the tour of the area urhandarinskoy : Dzharkurgansky Minaret (XII century.) (60 km from Termez), Iskandar bridge (XVI century). (45 km from Djarkurgan), archaeological excavations in Dalverzintepa (I cent.), the capital of the Kushan Empire. Moving to the city Denau (30 km). City tour: madrassas “Said Atalik” (XVI century.) Botanical Garden . Transfer to Samarkand (380 km, 5 h). Accommodation at the hotel. Dinner. Overnight in Samarkand

Day 10: Breakfast at hotel. City tour: excavations and museum of the ancient city ” Afrosiab ” , an architectural complex ” Shahi-Zinda ” (XI-XV cc.) Mausoleum , ” Gur-Emir ‘ – the tomb of Tamerlane (IV-XV cc.). Museum Education City (including wall paintings VII cc.) mosque ” Bibi-Honum ” bazaar. Dinner with folklore concert . Overnight in Samarkand .

Day 11: Breakfast at hotel. City tour: the area of ” Registan ” – Medressa (XV cent.) madrassa “Sher-Dor” (XVII century.) madrassa “Tilla-Kori” (XVII century.) Ulugbek Observatory . Transfer to Tashkent (315 km, 4 hrs.) Accommodation at the hotel. Dinner. Overnight in Tashkent

Day 12: Breakfast at hotel. City tour: madrassas “Barak-Khan” mausoleum “Kaffal-Shashi” (XV century.) madrassa “Kukeldash” (XVI century.) mosque “Juma” (IX cent.), the Museum of Applied Arts, Museum of History. Visit the Opera and Ballet Theatre. Alisher Navoi. Farewell dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Tashkent .



Day 13: Transfer to airport “Tashkent” on the flight to next destination (according to the schedule).

Important Notice!
– Route certified ;
– Please note that the first and last days of the above itinerary drawn up in accordance with the schedule of Uzbekistan Airways (evening – time of arrival in the morning – departure time) from the following cities: Almaty, Astana, Baku Bishkek, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Kiev, Milan, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Osaka, New York, Riga, Rome, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, St. Petersburg . In the case of inconvenience of the flight schedule, more information can be found here .
– * If you choose the placement of a class “lux”, please note that the hotel “Khorezm Palace” (the only 4-star hotel in the Khorezm region ) is located in the city of Urgench, 35 km from Khiva;
– We recommend you purchase a box lunch in a cafe in the city of Khiva, to make you feel comfortable during the journey from Khiva to Bukhara;
– Vegetarian food is not widespread in Uzbekistan. If you require a vegetarian meal, we can recommend the most suitable places . We hope you like the program and assure you that we are absolutely open to any suggestions and are happy to meet your special requirements. You can change the duration of your tour and places of visits by adding one of the advanced options . Our tour operator will work closely with you and your travel agent to carefully prepare an itinerary based on your interests and preferences.

For More Detail & Booking of Treasures of Uzbekistan Tour Package

Visit: http://www.orexca.com/rus/historical_tours8.shtml

Posted by on Aug 2 2011. Filed under Asia, Samarkand, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Comments are closed

13 Days Treasures of Uzbekistan Tour Package from OrexCA.com

© 2012 - 2013 Tours Travel Packages | www.tourstravelpackages.com About | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Disclaimer
Latest Travel Deals, Tour Packages, Flights Hotels Holiday Vacations Offers. All rights reserved. www.tourstravelpackages.com
Tourstravelpackages.com reserves the right to change or withdraw the offer package deal, anytime at the sole discretion of the Management. All the offers listed in this website are time bound and subject to provider discretion whether it provides the offer or not. All the trademarks, logos, offers, pictures listed in this website belong to their respective owners.