Tashkent - Samarkand - Tashkent
Duration of the tour: 3 days - 2 nights
3* / 4* Hotels
Restaurant in a cafe and teahouses
Arrival in Tashkent.Meeting tourists at the Tashkent airport, with a guide and a driver. Moving and hotel accommodation 3*/4*
Start of ecscursion Hazrati Imam
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.
Kukeldash Madrasah is the largest madrasah and one of most famous historical monuments Tashkent. Find it is not difficult, it is in the historical heart of the city - in the area of the square Chorsu and Tashkent Registan. In the IX and X centuries it was here that Kesh fortress gates were located, one of the three city gates
Sheikh Hovendi At Tahur
Architectural complex, the center of which is the Mausoleum of Sheikh Hovendi at-Tahura (Sheikhantaura). One of the most important architectural monuments of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Located in the center of modern Tashkent in a quadrangle formed by the streets of Alisher Navoi, Shaikhantohur and Abdulla Kadiri
Lunch break in a cafe or teahouse
Independence Square is the central square of the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, which hosts festive events and military parades during special events and public holidays. After the accession of Tashkent to Russia in 1865, the Russian city administration began the construction of a new European city on the other side of the Anchor Canal from the old, previously existing city. The construction of the new city was carried out according to the general master plan, which provided for a central radial layout of the streets and squares of the city.
Avenue of Amir Temur, Musei of Amir Temur
The history of the square in the center of Tashkent, named today as the commander and founder of the great medieval empire, began in the 19th century, when Tashkent became the center of Turkestan military district. The Russian Empire. Feature of the State Museum of Temurids' History (1996, architect A. Turdiev) was built in the form of a royal crown in honor of the 660th anniversary of A. Temur. The building of the museum is circular and ends with a traditional dome (30 m, radius 12 m), with dome lines, decorated with 20 columns supporting the building's pillars. We recommend you leave the museum for a rest and stroll through the streets. This is a great place to visit if you want to get a chance to get acquainted with the art of various Uzbek artists and make lots of purchases.
What type of public transport do you prefer? “For residents of Tashkent there is only one answer: “Of course, the subway! “The Tashkent metro is the only metro in Central Asia that can charm you with its beauty. When you enter the subway, you feel like in a museum
“Tashkent City” creates a zone of business activity 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.
Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theater
The Uzbek Musical Theater was founded in 1939. The history of the theater begins in 1929 when a concert ethnographic ensemble led by Mukhitdin Kori Yakubov singer and leader of the professional dance theater ensemble Tamara Khan.
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.