Two-day tour to magical Bukhara

2 days | Tashkent, Bukhara, Tashkent

Tour description

A two–day tour of Bukhara from Tashkent is a journey to a city with a centuries-old history. A walk through the historical center awaits you. You will visit the legendary Ark Fortress, the Kalyan Minaret, the summer residence of the last Bukhara emir Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa and other architectural masterpieces of Bukhara. A two-day tour of Bukhara will be a real adventure, bright and full of impressions!

Tour itinerarygram

Our day will start in the morning with a meeting at the train station .The Afrosiab high-speed train departs from Tashkent towards Bukhara at 7:28. The journey will take 4 hours, so you will have time to take a nap after an early rise. Upon arrival in Bukhara, we will have a very busy tour, we definitely will not be bored! Arrival in Bukhara at 11:25. Meeting with a guide, the beginning of exploring the city of Bukhara.

Walking tour of old Bukhara: Lyabi Hauz Ensemble (XVI century), an architectural ensemble considered a trading square in the Middle Ages Nodir Divan Begi Madrasah (XVII century) – part of an architectural ensemble located around Lyabi House and Honako (a place of rest and solitude of Sufis) and Kukeldash madrasah - the largest madrasah of Bukhara of the XVI century and a well–known monument to Khoja Nasreddin; Magoki Attori Mosque (IX century), one of the first mosques of the pre-Islamic era; Sayfiddin's caravanserai (XIX century), the center of crafts of Bukhara at the present time; Tim Abdullakhana (XVI century), a traditional covered bazaar built during the reign of the Sheibanid dynasty; Abdullazizkhan Madrasah (XVII century), a grandiose architectural ensemble built by order of the Ashtarkhanid ruler Abdulazizkhan; Ulugbek Madrasah (XV century), the oldest madrasah of the architectural ensemble of Registan Square; Visit to the famous trade domes of Bukhara: Toki Saraffon (XVI century.), Toki Telpakfurushon (XVI century.), Toki Zargaron (XVI century.) In the XVI century, it was the center of silk trade, jewelry and money exchange. Today, tourists can also buy various souvenirs in a wide range here: from small souvenir magnets to the famous Bukhara carpets; Poi-Kalon Ensemble (XII century), the central architectural ensemble of Bukhara, consisting of a minaret and Kalon mosque, Mir-Arab madrasah; Ark Fortress (1st century BC) - an ancient citadel; Bolo-Hauz Mosque (XVIII century), was considered the main Friday mosque of Bukhara, where the emir of Bukhara prayed.

Check-in and overnight at the hotel.

The second day in Bukhara will begin with a trip outside the city to the summer residence of the last emir of Bukhara, Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa, which means "a palace like the stars and the moon". The unique building combines the traditions of Oriental architecture and the motifs of Russian architecture. The summer residence of the last Emir of Bukhara is located about 6 km north of the historic old town.

In addition, we will taste delicious dishes of Bukhara cuisine on the first and second day! Return to Bukhara and transfer to the train station.Departure from Bukhara to Tashkent at 16:08 by Shark train, arrival at 22:25.

  • Afrosiab high-speed train tickets
  • Certified guide
  • Transfer
  • Meals based on breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • 1 night at the hotel
  • Entrance tickets to tourist sites

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