(99871) 2814148

45/405 Shota Rustaveli Street
Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Mezzanine Floor., Office 8A
Mushtaq Mansion, Block D
Fazel-e-Haq Road, Blue Area
Islamabad, Pakistan

E-mail: tashkent@sitara.com islamabad@sitara.com

Phone (Uzbekistan): (99871) 2814148, (99871) 2814149, (99871) 2553504
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Tashkent & Samarkand Tour

  • Itinerary:
    Tashkent - Samarkand - Shakhrisabz - Samarkand - Tashkent
  • Duration:
    5 days / 4 nights
  • Price:
    from $297 pp
  • Tour program
    Itinerary of «Tashkent & Samarkand Tour»
    Day 01: Tashkent
    You are met on arrival at Tashkent International airport and later transfer to Hotel
    Note: Check-in at 1400 hrs
    In the afternoon we explore the Hast Imam complex and see the monuments: the Barak Khana, and the Tila Shaikh Mosque, part of which houses an important religious library. Explore the 16th century Kaffal-Shashi Mausoleum. Later visit the religious centers at Kukeldash Madrassah, one of the few remaining grand architectural monuments of Tashkent, built in the second half of the 16th century. After that we also enjoy a visit to the Chorsu Market at the end of old city excursions.
    Finally we shall never miss the beautiful metro network with interesting metro stations constructed during the last days of Soviet Union. It will be an enthralling day in exploring the historical aspect of Tashkent.
    Return to Hotel for overnight

    Day 02: Tashkent – Samarkand (by train – 2 hrs.)
    After breakfast at hotel we transfer to the railway station for depart to Samarkand by high speed train “Afrosiab” and on arrival we proceed to Hotel for Check-in
    The majestic and beautiful city of Samarkand is situated in the valley of the Zarafshan River. It is the second largest city of Uzbekistan and dates back to the time of Babylon and the height of the Roman Empire. In its 2,500-year history, Samarkand has witnessed upheavals during the times of Alexander the Great, the Arabic Conquest and Genghis-Khan.
    A crossroads and melting pot of the world's cultures, Samarkand has been declared a World Heritage Site. Founded in the 7th century BC as ancient Afrosiab, Samarkand had its most significant development in the Timurid period from the 14th to 15th centuries.
    Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in this fascinating city, starting with the Bibi Khanum mosque and tomb, and see the Shahi Zinda necropolis. We also tour the Afrosiab Museum, built on the site of the archeological dig at the ancient first settlement of Samarkand. Explore its amazing findings from the 4th to 13th century.
    In 1404, Timur the Great ordered the construction of the Mausoleum Guri-Emir (Tomb of Emir) for one of his grandsons. The mausoleum eventually became the family crypt of the Timurids Dynasty. The majesty and lightness of its lines and shapes, and the richness of the multi-colored mosaics, make it a unique monument of Central Asian architecture, and an interesting visit.
    Tamerlane’s grandson Ulug Bek was fascinated by the stars and the cosmos and built one of the most advanced observatories of the ancient world. The observations, which he undertook with the naked eye only, predated the telescope by over 150 years. We end today’s sightseeing with a visit to the Ulugbek’s Observatory.
    Return to Hotel for overnight

    Day 03: Samarkand – Shakhrisabz - Samarkand
    After breakfast at hotel we depart to Samarkand for a journey of the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Shakhrisabz, home of the Tamerlane. This historic center contains a collection of exceptional monuments and ancient quarters, which bear witness to centuries' worth of history, and particularly to the period of its climax in the 15th century under the empire of Tamerlane. We visit Ak Saroy Palace ruins, Dorus Tilavat seminary, Kok Gumbaz mosque, Dorus Saidat and the Friday mosque.
    Afternoon return to Samarkand for sightseeing the Registan Square, we see the heart of the ancient Samarkand that existed long before the Mongol invasion as a city trade and artisan square. It is located at the intersection point of six roads that ran from each of the city gates. The square is adorned with majestic buildings including madrassahs, mosques and caravanserais. The three sides are formed by Madrassah Ulugbek (1420,) the highest religious institution and a kind of university of the Middle Ages; Sher Dor (1636,) which means "building with lions;" and Tilla Kari (1660), which translates to "trimmed with gold.”
    Return to Hotel for overnight

    Day 04: Samarkand – Tashkent - 340km (4-5hr)
    After breakfast at hotel we depart for Tashkent with short stops enroute and on arrival transfer to Hotel
    Afternoon we start this tour with visiting Alisher Navoi Opera & Ballet Theatre (outside) (1939-47), Amir Temur Square and National Library Square with musical fountains, Palace of Grand Duke Nikolay Romanov (outside) (1889-90), The Roman Catholic Church
    Return to Hotel for overnight

    Day 05: Tashkent/Departure
    Start your day with delicious breakfast at hotel and then transfer to Tashkent International airport for flight to your destination
    Note: Check-OUT at 12:00 noon
    Assistance on departure
  • Details
    Details of itinerary & map
    Tashkent & Samarkand Map
  • Prices
    Tour cost in USD
    For 25 – 30 pax
    US $ 297.00 per person in double/twin
    For 19 – 24 pax
    US $ 320.00 per person in double/twin
    For 13 – 18 pax
    US $ 364.00 per person in double/twin
    For 10 – 12 pax
    US $ 379.00 per person in double/twin
    For 05 - 09 pax US $ 422.00 per person in double/twin       
    For 03 - 04 pax US $ 487.00 per person in double/twin       
    For 02 pax US $ 634.00 per person in double/twin       
    Single room supplement per person US$ 52.00
    Hotel Asia Tashkent / Hotel Shodlik  Palace  
    Samarkand Hotel Malika Diyora/ Hotel Malika Prime
    Car For 01 to 02 pax
    Minibus For 03 to 04 pax
    Coaster For 05 to 12 pax 
    Coach For 13 to 30 pax 
    Hotel accommodation with breakfast
    Airfares & airport taxes
    Transfers & sightseeing as per the itinerary
    Visa support and visa fees
    English speaking guide (other languages available on request)
    Photo fee 
    Portage fee at airports & hotels
    Medical and accident insurance
    Entrance fee at museums and sites   
    Train ticket Tashkent/Samarkand (economy class)  
    Water ( 01 bottle per day)        


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