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Uzbekistan is known for its silk production and grand palaces. This fascinating country is an experience not-to-be-missed for every culture buff.

5 000 000 SUM

Mosaic mosques with royal blue and gold touches

Impressive bright blue tiled mosques touched up with details in goldleaf ratiate cultural wealth. Uzbekistan’s most remarkable monuments can be found in Samarkand. The mosaic tiled palaces here are simply phenomenal. Make sure you visit the Kalon Minaret in Bukhara. This imposing building was built in 1127 to call on Muslims to pray.

Tashkent is the perfect location for a more modern city break. You are sure to notice that the fabric used in the traditional costumes of the local population is predominently silk. No wonder, Uzbekistan is an important producer of handmade silk.

The largest city in Central Asia

Tashkent tour

This glorious ancient city, which appeared on one of the crossroads of the Great Silk Road more than 2 thousand years ago, considered the same age as Rome.

Nowadays Tashkent is being under building urge – new living complexes appear as fast as mushrooms after the rain. The whole country is waiting for ‘Tashkent City’ complex developing process end, so we could come and see the oriental future itself – the heart and the head of Tashkent.

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Major medieval center for Islamic theology

Bukhara tour

“Bukhara-and-sharif” – “noble and sacred” – is one of the numerous epithets, which was awarded to this ancient city. The great poets of the East of the IX-X centuries Rudaki Dakiki, Firdousi devoted kasids to it. In the X century “The History of Bukhara” was written. The first period of Bukhara was reflected in the national epic, numerous legends. The Great Silk Road connected China with Iran, India, and Europe, and passed through. Bukhara is one of few cities in the world which had been continuously developing in the same place since the V century BC.

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Central point for the ancient trade route

Samarkand tour

Samarkand is one of the ancient cities of the world, with a 2750-year history. For a long time has been the most catching object in the eyes of politicians, businessmen, and travelers. It reached prosperity and grandeur in the time of Timur the Great. The city had an advantageous geographical situation; it was an important crossroad on the Great Silk Road. This epoch left the most significant marks on the historical and architectural appearance of the city.

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Central point for the ancient trade route

Termez tour

Termez, along with its previous incarnations, has been a Silk Road hub for more than 2500 years. Throughout its illustrious history, the city switched rulers, religions, allegiances, and even locations with the consummate ease of a circus performer.

Gather its faded stars under one roof and sit back to watch Buddhist monks discuss philosophy with Mongol invaders, Greek garrison guards ogle Soviet tanks, and Bactrian Silk Road traders talk shop with modern Afghan entrepreneurs.

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Ancient Khorezm is the Egypt of Central Asia

Khorezm tour

Khorezm is the oldest and truly unique region of Uzbekistan. The first records of Khorezm are noted in the book of Zoroastrians “Avesta”, that’s why this region is considered one of the cradles of human civilization. At the beginning of the 1st Millennium AD, a powerful state of the Khorezmshahs was formed here, which later fell from the invasion of the army of Genghis Khan.

The heart of the region is Khiva – a unique open-air museum city, with more than 2,700 years old history. The historical center of Khiva is decorated with the famous Ichan-Kala fortress and the Dishan-Kala complex, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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