Amazing Ancient Cities

Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Nurata, Samarkand

Plunge into the world of Eastern exotics, by visiting 5 ancient cities by the eventful Ten-Day Cultural Uzbekistan Tour: Uz-6. Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Nurata, Samarkand will narrate you about the centuries-old history, rich of traditions, local picturesque way of life. As part of the tour you will familiarize with the architectural varieties of these cities, which saw rises and falls of powerful empires.

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Exotics of the East

Tashkent, Nukus, Muynak, Khiva, Bukhara, Sentyab village, Samarkand

Feel the exotics of the East by the two-week tour to Uzbekistan ancient cities and natural sights. You will have enough time to explore in full such pearls of oriental architecture as Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. The tour program also includes visiting the famous Savitsky Museum in Nukus and Muynak settlement, where you will see a “cemetery of ships”, as well as acquaintance with the original way of life of the mountain settlements in Nurata mountains and so on.

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Three Gems of the East

Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand

Uzbekistan is a beautiful country with unique architecture, rich history and hospitable people. In order to explore it yourself, we offer you to take a tour to the largest three cities, each of which has its own image. First, you will see Tashkent, the capital city, which balances old monuments and lots of cozy streets, modern buildings and squares. After, you will be introduced to the holy Bukhara, historical center that has not changed much over the centuries.

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Tour to Nukus: the Museum of Art named after I.V. Savitsky

Savitsky museum, Mizdakhan Necropolis, fortress Gyaur-Kala

A cultural 1-Day tour to Nukus, the capital of Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan located in the north-west of Uzbekistan. It is amazing to know how a city surrounded by three deserts – Karakum, Kyzylkum and Ustyurt Plateau – became a home to a unique museum named after Savitsky, who collected works of Russian avant-garde painters censored by Soviet regime. There you will not only see rare paintings of eminent Soviet avant-gardists such as A. Volkov, Usto Mumin, R. Falk, A. Serov, U. Tansykbaev

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