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Uzbekistan - fairy tale towns on the Silk Road

The history of the oldest cities, the age of which is calculated at thousands of years, magnificent architectural monuments, the most beautiful nature - the majesty of mountains, endless deserts, mountain rivers, lakes and waterfalls and even the dry sea, authentic cultures and handicrafts and, of course, delicious dishes of the Uzbek cuisine, fruit, sweets and of course warm people - all this in one trip. Add a great company and you will have a dream trip, the impression of which you will remember for a lifetime!

We will visit a sunny country, delve into the ancient history of Khorezm and Sogdiana, check if Tamerlane has chalk in his right hand, visit Khoja Nasreddin, eat fruit and you will bring home a recipe for real Uzbek pilaf.

Private tour to Uzbekistan

Reasons to travel to Uzbekistan

  1. Warm climate: Uzbekistan has continental dry climate which also makes the heat bearable and comfortable.

  2. Diverse nature: Uzbekistan is the land of deserts, oases, steppes and green mountains.

  3. The hospitality of the locals: Here you get the feeling of being really welcome.

  4. A rich culture: Stunning architecture of Central Asian cities on the Silk Road. A mixture of Orient, Islam, Soviet past and Russian traditions.

  5. Uzbek cuisine Most popular cuisine of Central Asia. World-famous plov is a must-try in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is a country of fresh and delicious vegetables and fruits, as well as the sweetest melons.

  6. Contribution to the local economy: I hire local guides and drivers and we often stay in private guest houses. The tour is organized in such a way that the majority of the funds remain in the local community.

  7. Safety and Easy entry: No visa for most foreign tourists for a short period. Despite its regional location, Uzbekistan is a safe country for tourists.


Day 1. Arrival to Tashkent.

Arrival and city tour in Tashkent. We can visit Independence Square, the country's main square and ride the famous Tashkent Metro.

Day 2. Tashkent - Urgench - Khiva

From Tashkent to Urgench about 700 km. Accessible by train, car or plane.

Day 3. Khiva

Sightseeing tour in the oldest city of Uzbekistan in downtown Khiva surrounded by strong walls. Centuries-old solid buildings, palaces, mosques, madrassas, mausoleums, minarets, caravan sarais and bathhouses have transformed downtown Khiva into a unique urban monument.

Day 4. Khiva - Tuprak Qala - Ayaz Qala - Khiva

Today we visit two famous forts: Ayaz Qala and Turpak Qala. Ayaz Qala is an ancient 2nd-century castle of Khorezm, named after the legendary warrior slave Ayaz, a Turkish folklore hero. Tuprak Qala was the royal city of the Khorezmian ruler Artav.

Day 5. Khiva – Bukhara (440 km, 7 hours)

Today we make a transfer to Bukhara through the Kyzylkum desert, the name of which translates as "Red Sand". On the way we enjoy the view of the Amu Darya river.

With more than 140 architectural monuments, Bukhara is a "city museum" from the Middle Ages. The city consists of narrow streets, green parks and gardens, historical and architectural monuments belong to different eras, but are very close to each other.

Day 6. Sightseeing tour in Bukhara

Today you have a full day sightseeing tour in the fascinating city of Bukhara. Bukhara is a magical city. You will simultaneously feel like a participant in the events of "Aladdin's Magic Lamp", "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" and stories about the adventures of Hodja Nasreddin. We will visit the oldest citadel in Bukhara from the 4th century, the mausoleum of the Samanid dynasty from the 9th century, preserved in excellent condition, the monastery of the Bukhara khans and a lot of interesting things, because the whole historical center of the city is under the protection of the world cultural heritage of the UNESCO.

Day 7. Bukhara - Shahrisabz - Samarkand (290 km, 4 hours)

After breakfast we start our drive to the birthplace of Amir Timur, the city of Shhakhrisabz. First you will visit a palace. After the excursion drive to Samarkand.

Day 8. Samarkand

Samarkand is the second largest city in Uzbekistan. Today you will visit the most outstanding attractions such as Registan Square, Shakhi-Zindeh, Guri Emir Mausoleum, Bibi Khanum Mosque and other places

Day 9. Samarkand – Tashkent (train)

We continue our acquaintance with Samarkand, whose historical buildings are also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. We visit the famous Siab Bazaar where you can tear your soul with Uzbek sweets, fruits and other delicacies.

Day 10. Tashkent – Kokand (train)

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Tashkent railway station to drive to Kokand city. Upon arrival in Kokand you will have a city tour of Kokand. Here we visit Khudayar Khan Palace, a historical monument of architecture, Modari Khan Mausoleum and Norbutabi Madrasah. Then you will be transferred to the city of Fergana.

Day 11. Fergana – Margilan – Tashkent (train)

In the morning, visit the Fergana Regional Museum, which has a beautiful collection of items from all eras of Fergana Valley history, culture and art. The excursion ends with a visit to Fergana National Park, after which you will drive to the town of Margilan. Here you will visit a silk factory.

Day 12. Return flight

Today we bid farewell to sunny and hospitable Uzbekistan, the week flew by... We only saw a small part of this amazing country, which means there is an excellent reason to keep coming back.

*This is just an example of a program for Uzbekistan. After the inquiry I will send you my offer with detailed description and price and I can also choose the perfect option for you according to your request.

Price and services

Price: from 1950 Euros

The tour price depends on the group size, itinerary and period of travel.

Travel price includes:
  • Tour guide in English / German
  • All transfers during the trip
  • Overnight stays in hotels, inns and host families with breakfast
  • All excursions according to the program with visits to museums
  • Meals according to the program
  • National Park Fees
Not included in the tour price:
  • International Flights
  • Visa application costs (if required)
  • Health insurance in Uzbekistan
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • Single Room

For more information please contact me via e-mail

Travel info

Entering Uzbekistan

Please check the required documents to enter Uzbekistan:

  • most countries, including the EU and the USA, do not require a visa to Uzbekistan for up to 30 days.
  • travel passport, valid for at least 6 months on departure
  • travel insurance

Direct or connecting flights via Istanbul, Sharjah, many Russian cities, etc. to Tashkent, Samarkand.

Other information

This trip can be customized for you. The best time to travel is spring or fall, as summer is very hot in Uzbekistan. Other dates are possible on request.

I also have a unique offer, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan in one trip! To get an offer, write to me at

"I can also recommend this trip without restrictions for families with children. I have rarely experienced that so much attention was paid to the needs of the children."

Maria W.

"Dmitry is a friendly, unagitated guide who has a lot of specialist knowledge and can also organize demanding individual trips. Everything went really well during our trip."

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