TOURS IN UZBEKISTAN
Samarkand is a city in Uzbekistan, famous for its mosques and mausoleums. The Great Silk Road ran through Samarkand - the trade road that connected China with the Mediterranean countries. The most important sights: Registan Square with three madrasas of the 15th and 17th centuries, richly decorated with majolica, and the Gur Emir Mausoleum
Bukhara is an ancient Uzbek city through which the Great Silk Road ran (a trade road connecting East and West). In the Middle Ages, the city was a major center of Islamic theology and culture. To this day, there are hundreds of well-preserved buildings (mosques, madrassas, bazaars and caravanserais), erected in the period from IX to XVII centuries.
Khiva is a city in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan, the administrative center of the Khiva region. In 1997, Khiva celebrated its 2500th anniversary. The historic inner city of Khiva, surrounded by powerful walls, the pearl of the Khorezm oasis, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan, which is famous for its numerous museums and a combination of modern and Soviet architecture. The Museum of the History of the Timurids contains manuscripts, weapons and other relics of the famous dynasty. Nearby is the huge Museum of the History of Uzbekistan, where ancient Buddhist artifacts are presented. The Tashkent TV tower rises above the city, from the observation deck of which opens a panoramic view of the city.
Shahrisabs is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia. Shakhrisabz, one of the most beautiful and colorful cities of Uzbekistan, is located 80 kilometers south of Samarkand, behind the Takhta-Karacha mountain pass. No matter what time to go to this ancient city, it appears before travelers as a huge green garden. And if you arrive in the evening, then Shakhrisabz will also be decorated with street lights.