Welcome to Uzbekistan!

Today Uzbekistan invites visitors to discover ancient monuments, cities of the Great Silk Road and experience the atmosphere of ancient eras. Enjoy the unique architecture of Samarkand and feel its glorious history! You will enjoy the beauty of Bukhara which has been capturing the imagination of travelers for centuries! Visit the mysterious Khorezm and Khiva, the cradle of Zoroastrianism, where the first Gathas of the sacred Avesta were written.
Tours in Uzbekistan
History of the cities of Uzbekistan
Fascinating tour for 14 days.
Immersion in the history of Tashkent, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz, Bukhara, Khiva, Nukus, Aral Sea, Fergana, Kokan, Andijan, Margilan, Namangan, Chimgan Mountains.
Uzbekistan in 10 days
Visiting and studying the culture of the cities of Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Nukus and visiting the Aral Sea.
Samarkand, Bukhara, Hiva
A 7-day fascinating cultural and educational tour will introduce you to the ancient history and culture of Uzbekistan, the famous ancient monuments of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva. These cities keep the memory of Alexander the Great, numerous trade caravans of the Great Silk Road.
Relax - Tour
A fascinating 9-day trip for those who want a relaxing holiday without fuss, enjoying the beauties of the cities of Tashkent, Samarkand, Aydarkul, Nurota, Bukhara, Khiva.
Magic of Uzbekistan
A 9-day adventure for all tourists who dreamed of visiting Uzbekistan and learning a little more about it! Visit the cities of Urgench, Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz, Tashkent.
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Abdulaziz Khan Madrasa
As one delves deeper into Shahristan, or posad in our words, the depth of historical immersion also increases. The second obligatory place to visit is the square between Abdulaziz Khan Madrasah and the older Ulugbek Madrasah. The square is bounded on the west by Toqi Zargaron, the largest traditional Persian-style covered market. The name translates as 'Jewellers Dome' and once housed at least 35 jewellers' workshops and shops, but by now most of the jewellers have given way to sell more marketable products to tourists.
Bibi Khanum Mosque
The only thing left of the madrasah that was responsible for the whole affair is the mausoleum of the Bibi-Khanum, whose name the popular rumour gave to the mosque. This madam was Tamerlan's elder wife, and although she did not procreate for him, she brought up most of his children by other wives, and later - grandchildren, enjoying the absolute confidence of the ruler and authority at his court.

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  • Uzbekistan is a fascinating country, with the beautiful ancient cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, wonderful hospitable people and delicious cuisine. The architecture is amazing. The guides and drivers are great professionals, sensitive and attentive to the guests. The hotels and guest houses welcomed us as good friends and not just as tourists. Very happy with the trip and would recommend to all.
    Zhenya Verbova
  • Visited Uzbekistan for the first time as a tourist this year. In the 1980s, I often came to Tashkent for work. Since then, the city has changed beyond recognition. The central districts of the city have become more spacious, and a lot of modern architecture in the form of buildings, museums and monuments has appeared. The metro has been a joy - it's just as cosy, clean and beautiful. It was noticeable that the stations were renovated in some places, but by and large they have retained their original appearance since 1977.

    Also visited Samarkand and Bukhara.

    Lara Tomilchenko
  • While travelling around Uzbekistan (I've already told about Bukhara and Tashkent), I want to focus separately on a walk in Samarkand. "From the railway station to the bazaar" we will see 14 sights of the city and learn their history and legends. For instance, we are not the only ones with a mausoleum on the main square; why a Muslim mosque is named after a woman; and what happened when they opened Tamerlane's tomb after all. One day is like a lifetime with lots of photos. A traveler's note, save and share with friends.
    Anna Monz
  • In my opinion, it is worth visiting Afrasiab with its museum of the same name - the site of an ancient settlement, which existed a few centuries BC when Samarkand was the capital of ancient Sogdiana. From ancient Samarkand (Marakanda) nothing has remained, it was completely destroyed due to the Mongol invasion and now it is hills, ravines and cemeteries. Afrasiab is fenced on all sides, there are no roads and one cannot walk there, but we did not know that at first and entered the open gate of the old Christian cemetery and the view from the hill opened before us. This was the mysterious Afrasiab, and beneath our feet were tombstones.
    Dmitry Navaltsev
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