Tashkent - Samarkand - Bukhara - Khiva - Tashkent
Duration of the tour: 7 days - 6 nights
3* / 4* Hotels
Restaurant in a cafe and teahouses
Meeting tourists at the Tashkent airport with a guide and a driver. Moving and hotel accommodation 3/4 ****
Start of a tour in the city
One of the largest bazaars in Uzbekistan and Central Asia, located in the old part of Tashkent called “Eskishahar” on Navoi Street in the Almazar district. Chorsu Bazaar was known in the Middle Ages and was of great importance on the road of the Great Silk Road.
Was built in the XVI century (1570) during the reign of the Sheibanid dynasty with a vizier, close to the Tashkent sultans Barak Khan and Dervish Khan. The vizier was nicknamed (“kukeltash” “kukeldash”), which means “milk brother of the khan”.
On August 31, 2002, on the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Repressions, the memorial complex “Shahidlar Hotirasi” was solemnly opened in Tashkent, dedicated to compatriots who bravely fought for the freedom of their homeland and were subjected to mass repression in the first half of the 20th century. The museum is located in one of the most picturesque areas of the city - directly opposite the Tashkent TV tower.
Lunch break in Chorsu
A business activity zone is being created that will combine business, luxury apartments and leisure. The park covers an area of 18.5 hectares - this is about 27 football fields. And throughout this area, the organizers have created a variety of recreation areas for people of all ages and preferences, putting into practice the idea of creating a completely new format of a place to relax.
Hazrati Imam complex, Kaffal-Shashi Mausoleum, Tilla-Sheikh Mosque, Barakhan Madrasah Hazrati Imam ensemble - a religious complex in Tashkent. The ensemble was built near the grave of the imam of the city of Tashkent, a scholar, scholar of the Koran and hadith, one of the first preachers of Islam in Tashkent, poet and craftsman Hazrati Imam "his full name is Abu Bakr ibn Ismail al Kaffal Ash Shoshiy." Architectural monuments forming the Hazrati Imam Square: Mausoleum of Abu Bekra Kaffal Ash Shashi (16th century) Barak Khan Madrasah (middle of the 16th century) Muyi Mubarak or Tilla Sheikh Madrasah (19th century), Namozgoh Mosque (middle of the 19th century) (Complex of the 19th Century) ) gives a more complete picture of the prevailing architectural forms of medieval Tashkent.
Break for dinner in a cafe or teahouse
Return to the hotel. Night.
Start of ecscursion The complex of memory of victims of repression