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Tour from Milan to Uzbekistan

  • Itinerary:
    Urgench - Khiva - Urgench - Bukhara - Shakhrisabz - Samarkand - Tashkent
  • Duration:
    7 days / 6 nights
  • Price:
    on request
  • Tour program
    Itinerary of «Tour from Milan to Uzbekistan»
    Day 01: Arrive Urgench - Khiva from Milan
    Meeting on arrival assistance and transfer to Khiva – on arrival transfer to Hotel Asia Khiva (Standard check in)
    Later full day tour of Khiva visit – Ichan Kala, Kalta minor, Kunya Ark, Madrassah Rakhimkhon, mausoleum of Pakhlavan Makhumud, Islam Khodja minaret and museum
    Lunch at local restaurant
    Later visit Friday mosque, Tashauli Palace Harem
    Dinner at hotel
    Overnight

    KHIVA the walled City:
    Until 1870 this was a sovereign Khanate ruled by traditional Khan from the lineage of his old Seljuk predecessors. During the last years of its Khanate it was increasingly a cause of concern for the eastern domains of Imperial Russia – the empire was also worried on the ever increasing influence of the British Empire in Central Asia and in order to check the English advance, Russia had to take swift action by devouring one after another small fiefdoms left by the decaying Ghengezid Empire. The two powers were had already begun The Great Game by influencing Central Asian rulers.
    After the invasion of Khiva – Russian influence was marked with changes alluring the last of the Khan into submission. Imperial Russian hold continued till the rise of Bolsheviks and by 1920 things had already changed to a ‘new world order’ all the semi independent states were merged and rulers deposed, aristocracy killed or ran away to distant India. Khiva was never a Khanate onwards till the breakage of Soviet Union.
    Khiva maintains its old traditional outlook living within the walls as it used to be. Modern changes have done little to disturb the nature of the walled city – it is regarded at the living museum city which has been declared as World Heritage Site

    Day 02: KHIVA – URGENCH – BUKHARA
    Breakfast at hotel
    Transfer to Urgench airport for flight to Bukhara
    Arrival and transfer to Hotel Asia Bukhara
    Lunch at local Restaurant
    walking tour of Bukhara – we shall start with Visit of madrassah Aziz Khan and Ulugbek
    Later walk to Tilpak Frushan(hat sellers), Mogaki Attari mosque, little cupola, Lyabikhauz and madrassah Nadirkhon Devanbegi
    Folk Show in madrassah
    Dinner at hotel                     
    Overnight

    BUKHARA
    Bukhara or or Bukhara-i-Sharif or the revered Bukhara
    as it is called due to the presence of many holy shrines in and around the city. Bukhara was once the seat of powerful Bukhara Khanate whose control extended beyond present day territories of Uzbekistan into northern Afghanistan and Tajikistan. It was the hub of trade with southern cities of Russia and India where caravans travelled for days through the deserts and in the modern age replaced of long hauling trucks. The history of Bukhara is very old that dates back to early Achaemenid times to the heathen Turkic tribes which swayed their power
    across Transoxiana. It was then the invading Arabs who first sallied into Bukharan outskirts and defeated the local rulers to established a rule that totally changed the history of this region. The other important phase in the history was the invasion of Mongol armies which devastated the cities and villages around Bukhara – Today we can see many monuments which stand to its past

    Day 03: BUKHARA
    Breakfast at hotel
    Morning visit Ark Fortress, Balakhauz Mosque – see various museums inside the Fortress and the terrace giving grand view of the countryside. Also visit Chor Minor
    We shall then proceed to the house workshop of miniaturist Davlat – see his work
    You may take part in the cooking which will be done by Davlat’s wife and see how we cook Pilau
    Lunch at his house with his family
    Afternoon visit Ismail Samanid mausoleum and Chasma Ayub (Job’s spring)
    Folk show at madrassah
    Dinner at hotel          
    Overnight

    Day 04: BUKHARA – SHAKHRISABZ – SAMARKAND – Drive 4 hrs
    Breakfast at hotel
    morning depart for Samarkand enroute visit Shakhrisabz – visit Ak Saroy Palace ruins, Dorus Tilavat seminary, Kok Gumbaz mosque, Dorus Saidat and the Friday mosque
    Lunch at local Uzbek House
    Later proceed to Samarkand and on arrival transfer to Hotel Grand Samarkand
    Dinner at hotel
    Overnight

    Day 05: SAMARKAND
    Breakfast at hotel
    full day sightseeing tour of Samarkand – visit Registan Square to see the three beautiful Madrassahs, later proceed to Bibi Khanum Mosque, Silk Road Bazar and Shahi Zinda Necropolis and Gur Emir, the mausoleum of Tamerlane
    Lunch at local restaurant
    Later Afrosiab museum and site, Ulugbek’s observatory and Gur Emir, the mausoleum of Tamerlane
    Dinner at hotel
    Overnight

    SAMARKAND
    The Versailles of the east as Samarkand due to its numerous gardens. Samarkand’s history is as old as the towns of Mesopotamia. It was an important town the Great Silk Road was part of Achaemenian Empire in 6th BC then comes the invasion of the Macedonian armies under Alexander the Great in 324 BC laying claim on the lost provinces of the Persians. By then Alexander the Great had attained a vast empire and was bloated with pride being the King of the Kings when on one evening he was mocked by his old family friend Cleitus against his claim of being the greatest. Alexander took this as an insult and in fit of rage hurled his dagger killing an old friend. He was later at loss and wept for days in seclusion. It happened in Samarkand!!!
    Samarkand was ravaged by the Mongol armies in 1225 AD – then comes the period when a noble warrior descended from the mountains of Shakhrisabz to annexe Samarkand. It was Tamerlane who decided to make Samarkand as the ‘Capital of the World’ he laid foundations of gardens around the city brought masters in art and architecture from his Persian campaigns beginning a new era of architecture whose impulse would be seen in the later centuries in the form of Taj Mahal by his predecessors.

    Day 06: SAMARKAND – TASHKENT – Train
    Breakfast at hotel 
    Free to explore Samarkand – coach at disposal
    Lunch at local restaurant
    transfer to railway station for train to Tashkent
    on arrival direct transfer to hotel
    Dinner at hotel 
    Later transfer to Hotel Wyndham or similar
    Overnight

    Day 07: TASHKENT – MILAN 
    Breakfast at hotel
    morning sightseeing tour of Tashkent visit Old City, Hast Imam Complex, Chorsu bazaar, Kukeldash madrassah, Mustaqilik Square, Museum of Applied Arts  
    Lunch at local restaurant
    transfer to airport for flight to Milan
    Assistance on departure
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