Discover a star on the ancient Silk Road, home to ornate mosques, madrasas and mausoleums

A doubly landlocked country, Uzbekistan is a fascinating blend of arid desert, open steppe, lush oases and fertile river valleys. Despite the remarkable variation in landscapes, it’s the ancient history and culture that makes this the most alluring destination in Central Asia.

Set on the ancient Silk Road, for centuries Uzbekistan was besieged by waves of traders, nomads and conquerors. The architectural legacy that remains is awe-inspiring. Visit intricately decorated mosques, madrasas and mausoleums as well as immense palaces and fortresses in Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, once some of the most powerful cities in the world.

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Uzbekistan [Tashkent-Chimyan Mountains -Samarkand-Bukhara] - Tour
Uzbekistan [Tashkent-Chimyan Mountains -Samarkand-Bukhara]
₹ 1
4 Nights 5 Days
17 Jun, 17 Jun, 17 Jun, and more
Uzbekistan [Tashkent-Chimyan Mountains -Samarkand-Bukhara]
₹ 1
You should visit Uzbekistan for its captivating blend of ancient history, vibrant culture, and stunning architecture. From the majestic Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva adorned with intricate tilework and grand mosques, to the warm hospitality of its people and the delicious flavors of its cuisine, Uzbekistan offers a truly immersive experience. Explore its rich heritage, from bustling bazaars to serene desert landscapes, and discover a destination where the past seamlessly intertwines with the present, creating memories that will last a lifetime. read more read less
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Samarkand - Tour
Samarkand
₹ 30,200
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Samarkand
₹ 30,200
Samarkand was a key city along the ancient Silk Road, which connected China with the Mediterranean. It has been a center of trade, culture, and learning for centuries, and its historical significance is reflected in its numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Samarkand is renowned for its stunning Islamic architecture, with iconic landmarks such as the Registan Square, which features three magnificent madrasas (Islamic schools) adorned with intricate tilework and majestic domes. Other architectural marvels include the Gur-e Amir mausoleum, the Bibi-Khanym Mosque, and the Shah-i-Zinda necropolis. As a major stop along the Silk Road, Samarkand has a rich cultural heritage influenced by various civilizations, including Persian, Turkic, Arabic, and Mongol. Visitors can explore ancient caravanserais, bazaars, and traditional crafts such as silk weaving and pottery. Samarkand's location at the crossroads of different cultures has resulted in a unique blend of traditions, languages, and cuisines. Visitors can experience this cultural diversity through traditional Uzbek cuisine, music, dance, and festivals. In addition to its famous landmarks, Samarkand is home to several other historical sites worth exploring, including the Ulugh Beg Observatory, which was one of the finest astronomical observatories of its time, and the Afrasiab Museum, which showcases artifacts from the ancient city of Afrasiab. Uzbek hospitality is renowned for its warmth and generosity, and visitors to Samarkand can expect to be welcomed with open arms by locals. Staying in a traditional guesthouse or homestay is a great way to experience authentic Uzbek hospitality. Samarkand is surrounded by picturesque landscapes, including fertile valleys, rolling hills, and the Zerafshan Mountains. Visitors can explore the scenic countryside, visit traditional Uzbek villages, and enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking and horseback riding. Samarkand is easily accessible by train, with regular services connecting it to other major cities in Uzbekistan and neighboring countries. The city also has an international airport with flights to major cities in the region. Overall, Samarkand offers a unique blend of history, culture, architecture, and natural beauty that makes it a fascinating destination to explore in Central Asia. read more read less
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Tashkent - Tour
Tashkent
₹ 30,650
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Tashkent
₹ 30,650
Tashkent has a long and rich history dating back over 2,000 years, with influences from various civilizations, including Persian, Turkic, Mongol, and Russian. Visitors can explore historical sites such as the Khast Imam Complex, which houses the oldest Quran in the world, and the Tashkent History Museum, which showcases artifacts from the city's past. Tashkent is home to several stunning Islamic architectural landmarks, including the Hazrati Imam Complex, the Kukeldash Madrasah, and the Tillya Sheikh Mosque. These monuments feature intricate tilework, majestic domes, and beautiful minarets, reflecting the city's rich Islamic heritage. Tashkent is a melting pot of cultures, with influences from Uzbek, Russian, Tajik, Kazakh, and Korean communities. Visitors can experience this cultural diversity through traditional music, dance, art, and cuisine. Tashkent is undergoing rapid modernization, with new infrastructure projects, shopping malls, hotels, and restaurants transforming the city's skyline. The Tashkent City development project aims to create a modern business and entertainment district in the heart of the city. Despite its urban development, Tashkent boasts numerous parks and green spaces where visitors can relax and unwind. The Alisher Navoi Park, the Amir Timur Square, and the Japanese Garden are popular spots for locals and tourists alike. Uzbek cuisine is known for its rich flavors and hearty dishes, and Tashkent offers a wide range of dining options, from traditional Uzbek restaurants serving pilaf, kebabs, and samsa to international eateries and cafes. Tashkent is a shopper's paradise, with bustling bazaars, modern shopping malls, and artisan markets offering a wide range of goods, including textiles, ceramics, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Tashkent is the main transportation hub in Uzbekistan, with an international airport serving as a gateway to the country. The city is also well-connected by train to other major cities in Uzbekistan and neighboring countries. Overall, Tashkent offers a fascinating blend of history, culture, modernity, and hospitality that makes it a captivating destination to explore in Central Asia. read more read less
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Uzbekistan (Tashkent-Parkent-Samarkand-Bukhara) - Tour
Uzbekistan (Tashkent-Parkent-Samarkand-Bukhara)
₹ 47,000
4 Nights 5 Days
17 Jun, 18 Jun, 19 Jun, and more
Uzbekistan (Tashkent-Parkent-Samarkand-Bukhara)
₹ 47,000
You should visit Uzbekistan for a journey through time and culture, where the ancient Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva unveil mesmerizing Islamic architecture, bustling bazaars, and a rich tapestry of history. Experience the warmth of Uzbek hospitality as you indulge in savory cuisine, explore breathtaking monuments, and immerse yourself in a land where tradition and modernity coexist harmoniously, creating an unforgettable adventure steeped in beauty, heritage, and timeless allure. read more read less
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Classic tour to Uzbekistan ( Tashkent, Samarkand) - Tour
Classic tour to Uzbekistan ( Tashkent, Samarkand)
₹ 60,000
4 Nights 5 Days
17 Jun, 18 Jun, 19 Jun, and more
Classic tour to Uzbekistan ( Tashkent, Samarkand)
₹ 60,000
You should visit Uzbekistan, particularly Tashkent and Samarkand, to immerse yourself in a rich tapestry of history, culture, and architectural marvels. Tashkent, the capital, offers a vibrant blend of modernity and tradition, boasting bustling bazaars, serene parks, and a thriving arts scene. Meanwhile, Samarkand, with its stunning Registan Square and intricate Islamic architecture, transports you to the heart of the ancient Silk Road, where centuries of trade and cultural exchange have left an indelible mark. Together, these cities offer a journey through time, where the echoes of great empires and the spirit of Silk Road merchants still resonate, promising an unforgettable travel experience. read more read less
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Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Samarkand , Bukhara) - Tour
Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Samarkand , Bukhara)
₹ 61,400
5 Nights 6 Days
17 Jun, 18 Jun, 19 Jun, and more
Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Samarkand , Bukhara)
₹ 61,400
This tour offers a fascinating journey through the historical and cultural treasures of Uzbekistan, starting with Tashkent's Khasti Imam Complex, featuring the oldest Quran in the world, and visits to significant sites like Amir Timur Square and Independence Square. The exploration continues in Samarkand, where the architectural marvels of Gur Emir and Registan Square showcase the city's rich heritage. A stop at the Meros Paper Mill adds a unique historical perspective. In Bukhara, the ancient Ark Fortress stands as a testament to centuries of history, offering insights into the region's past rulers. The tour also includes leisurely shopping experiences at local markets, providing a glimpse into Uzbekistan's vibrant culture. The final day in Tashkent features a blend of modern attractions like the Samarkand Darvaza Mall alongside traditional experiences at Chorsu Bazaar, offering a comprehensive exploration of Uzbekistan's diverse heritage and contemporary life. read more read less
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Uzbekistan {Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva} - Tour
Uzbekistan {Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva}
₹ 62,000
7 Nights 8 Days
17 Jun, 17 Jun, 18 Jun, and more
Uzbekistan {Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva}
₹ 62,000
Uzbekistan is a country rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. It has been a crossroads of civilizations for centuries due to its strategic location on the ancient Silk Road trade route. The country boasts a diverse landscape, including vast deserts, fertile valleys, and rugged mountains. Uzbekistan is renowned for its stunning Islamic architecture, with cities like Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva showcasing beautifully preserved monuments from the Timurid and Silk Road eras.  read more read less
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Uzbekistan [Tashkent-Samarkand-Bukhara-Khiva] - Tour
Uzbekistan [Tashkent-Samarkand-Bukhara-Khiva]
₹ 70,494
8 Nights 9 Days
17 Jun, 18 Jun, 19 Jun, and more
Uzbekistan [Tashkent-Samarkand-Bukhara-Khiva]
₹ 70,494
Uzbekistan is a country rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. It has been a crossroads of civilizations for centuries due to its strategic location on the ancient Silk Road trade route. The country boasts a diverse landscape, including vast deserts, fertile valleys, and rugged mountains. Uzbekistan is renowned for its stunning Islamic architecture, with cities like Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva showcasing beautifully preserved monuments from the Timurid and Silk Road eras.  read more read less
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UZBEKISTAN (Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Muynak, Nukus) - Tour
UZBEKISTAN (Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Muynak, Nukus)
₹ 76,000
6 Nights 7 Days
17 Jun, 18 Jun, 19 Jun, and more
UZBEKISTAN (Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Muynak, Nukus)
₹ 76,000
You should visit Uzbekistan for a journey through time and culture, where the ancient Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva unveil mesmerizing Islamic architecture, bustling bazaars, and a rich tapestry of history. Experience the warmth of Uzbek hospitality as you indulge in savory cuisine, explore breathtaking monuments, and immerse yourself in a land where tradition and modernity coexist harmoniously, creating an unforgettable adventure steeped in beauty, heritage, and timeless allure. read more read less
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