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Traveling in Uzbekistan by Train

6 days, 5 Nights | Ташкент, Самарканд, Бухара
Tour program:
Day 1, Arrival in Tashkent.
Arrival in Tashkent, meeting with the "Uzbekistan Pass" sign, transfer to hotel. Free time. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2, Excursion program in Tashkent
Breakfast in the hotel. Visit to the Hasti Imam complex: consisting of Barak Khan Madrasah, Till Sheikh Mosque - the repository of the famous Koran Osman and the golden hair of the Prophet Muhammad; Juma mosque Khoja Ahrar Vali, State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan, Chorsu Bazaar, Kukeldash Madrasah, Abdulkasim Madrasah. Independence Square, Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theater, Amir Timur Square. Visit to the museum of steam locomotive building, trains and steam locomotives of the Second World War era. Free time. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3, Tashkent - Samarkand (350 km) transfer by high-speed train (Afrosiab)
06:00 Breakfast at the hotel 07:00 by high-speed train Afrosiab transfer to Samarkand 09:10 arrival, meeting at the station of Samarkand. Transfer to the hotel, hotel accommodation. Samarkand tour Mausoleum of Guri Emir - the tomb of Tamerlane (14-15 century) - the place where Amir Temur, his sons and grandchildren are buried. Registan Square is one of the outstanding examples of urban planning art in Central Asia, which developed in the 17th century and consists of three madrassas - Ulugbek (1417-1420), Sher-Dor (1619-1636) and Tilla-Kari (1647-1660) .). On it you can "turn over the pages" of the thousands of stories of Samarkand. Bibi Khanum Mosque is the largest in Central Asia and one of the largest in the entire Muslim world. It is on this building that everyone who enters the city gazes gaze upon. Huge, majestic, silent ... The architectural complex of Shahi - Zinda (11-15th century) is the burial place of royalty and nobles. But the main mausoleum, from where the necropolis begins, is considered the imaginary grave of the cousin of the prophet Muhammad - Kusam Ibn-Abbas. He was called “Shahi Zinda”, which in Persian means “Living King”. Ulugbek Observatory (15th century) - Ulugbek's scientific works were created thanks to the unique observatory that he erected in Samarkand. The main stationary tool was a giant quadrant, placed inside a cylindrical building with a diameter of 48 m (the remains of the foundation, or rather trenches from it, were found during archaeological research). Free time.
Day 4, Samarkand - Bukhara is moving by train (Shark)
07:30 Breakfast at the hotel 08:00 Morning visit to the Siab bazaar - the largest bazaar in Samarkand Visiting the Mausoleum of the Prophet Daniel - The Prophet Daniel is revered by three world religions. He is one of the four great Israeli prophets in Judaism, a prophet whose book was included in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, and a prophet of Islamic tradition. Legend has it that Timur transferred part of the remains of Daniel, namely his hand, to Samarkand. 11:30 transfer to the station, transfer to Bukhara at 12:20 15:30 Arrival in Bukhara, transfer to the city, accommodation at the hotel. Evening tour of Bukhara A visit to the mausoleum of Bahutdin Naqshbandi (XVI-XIX centuries) by a Sufi teacher is considered the founder of the most significant Sufi order of Naqshbandi. Visit to the necropolis of Chor Bakr. In the necropolis of Chor-Bakr there are burials of sheikhs from the genus of the Djuybar Seyyids. The necropolis itself is a rather large architectural complex, listed in the UNESCO catalog. The name of the necropolis “Chor-Bakr” means “Four brothers”, but abroad the necropolis is better known under the name “City of the Dead”. A visit to the palace of Sitorai Mohi Khosa (a palace similar to the stars and the moon) - a suburban residence of the Bukhara emir, built in the late XIX - early XX centuries. Free time. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 5, Bukhara tour
Breakfast in the hotel. Ark Citadel - a city in the city (4th century BC), Bolo House Mosque (beginning of the 20th century) Poi-Kalon (Great Pedestal) architectural ensemble, the religious heart of Sacred Bukhara, consists of the Kalyan minaret, Kalyan mosque and madrasah Miri Arab. Ulugbek Madrasah (1417), Nodir Madrasah - Sofa - Run, Madrassah Abdul Aziz Khan, Magoki Attori Mosque (12-16 centuries), Lyabi House Ensemble (14-17 century), Kosh Madrasah Ensemble (consisting of two opposing Madari-Abdullahan Madrasah (mother of Abdullahan) and Abdullahan Madrasah, Samanid Mausoleum (tomb of representatives of the Samanids dynasty of the late 9th - early 10th century), Chashma Ayub Mausoleum (Spring of Job), Chor Minor (Four Minarets). Free time to buy souvenirs and oriental spices. We recommend visiting the Golden Bazaar and trading domes. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 6, Bukhara-Moscow (end of tour)
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the Bukhara airport and flight to Moscow.

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