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To the heart of Tamerlane empire
Tour description

This exciting and informative tour will enlighten you on the history and culture of Uzbekistan and its world-famous ancient cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, which still keep traces and legacies of the trade Silk Road cultural exchange and once-great empires of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and especially Timur, better known as Tamerlane in the West, who made Samarkand his capital.

 

A military genius whose conquests shook the world in the 14th century, Timur was also a great patron of the arts. Samarkand still boasts a number of magnificent architectural monuments built during the reign of his dynasty, including his mausoleum Gur-e Amir, a gem of medieval Islamic architecture, where he lies under a huge jade slab.

 

Central Asia Travel invites you to see them all – as well as many more fascinating Uzbekistan’s monuments dating from different times – and hear most interesting stories about them. During the tour you will also visit exotic Uzbek bazaars, taste delicious dishes of Uzbek cuisine, travel across impressive landscapes, meet hospitable and charming locals, and enjoy many more other traveler’s tidbits.

 

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Uzbekistan
Tour duration:
8 days / 7 nights
Best time to travel:
March - June, August - November
Itinerary:
Tashkent - Urgench - Khiva - Bukhara - Shakhrisabz - Samarkand - Tashkent.
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To the heart of Tamerlane empire
Tour description

This exciting and informative tour will enlighten you on the history and culture of Uzbekistan and its world-famous ancient cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, which still keep traces and legacies of the trade Silk Road cultural exchange and once-great empires of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and especially Timur, better known as Tamerlane in the West, who made Samarkand his capital.

 

A military genius whose conquests shook the world in the 14th century, Timur was also a great patron of the arts. Samarkand still boasts a number of magnificent architectural monuments built during the reign of his dynasty, including his mausoleum Gur-e Amir, a gem of medieval Islamic architecture, where he lies under a huge jade slab.

 

Central Asia Travel invites you to see them all – as well as many more fascinating Uzbekistan’s monuments dating from different times – and hear most interesting stories about them. During the tour you will also visit exotic Uzbek bazaars, taste delicious dishes of Uzbek cuisine, travel across impressive landscapes, meet hospitable and charming locals, and enjoy many more other traveler’s tidbits.

 

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Country:
Uzbekistan
Tour duration:
8 days / 7 nights
Best time to travel:
March - June, August - November
Itinerary:
Tashkent - Urgench - Khiva - Bukhara - Shakhrisabz - Samarkand - Tashkent.
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