Day 1: Arrival to Tashkent
Arrival to Tashkent. Transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Tashkent.
Day 2: Tashkent - Bukhara
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport. Morning flight to Bukhara. Sightseeing Bukhara: Ismail Samonid mausoleum (a burial place of the Samani dynasty founder Ismail Samani, 10th century), Kalon Minaret and Poi Kalon Mosque, Miri Arab Madrassa (16th century), Ulugbek Madrassa (15th century) and Abdilazizkhan Madrassa (17th century), Magoki Attory Mosque (is a very interesting construction, with facade 12th century and reconstructed in 16th century, with Zoroastrian temple ornaments underneath), Lyabi House complex, Ark Fortress (a home to the rulers of Bukhara), Museums inside Ark Fortress, Chor Minor. Lunch during the day. Dinner. Overnight at the hotel in Bukhara.
Day 3: Bukhara - Shakhrisabz - Samarkand
Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Samarkand via Shakhrisabz. Sightseeing Shakhrisabz including: remains of Ak-Saray Palace (Tamerlane's summer Palace), Kok-Gumbaz Mosque (15th century), Khazrati Imom Ensamble (14th century). Lunch. Arrive to Samarkand. Settlement at the hotel. Dinner. Overnight at the hotel in Samarkand.
Day 4: Samarkand
Breakfast at the hotel. Sightseeing Samarkand, which will include: famous Registan Square (with Madrassa Sherdor 17th century, Tilla Kori and Ulugbek 15th century), Shokhi Zinda Nekropole (important pilgrimage place in Samarkand), remains of grandiose Bibi Khanum Mosque, Gur Emir-Mausoleum (where conqueror Amir Temur (Tamerlane), his two sons and two grandsons are buried, 15th century), Ulugbek Observatory. Lunch during the day. Dinner. Overnight at the hotel in Samarkand.
Day 5: Samarkand - Tashkent
Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Tashkent (4 hours). Arrival to Tashkent. Check in to the hotel. Lunch. Sightseeing Tashkent, including visits to Chorsu Bazar in the old city part of Tashkent, Kukuldash Mosque and Khast Imom - official religious center for Muslims in Central Asia, consists of Barak Khan Madrassa (16 cent), Tilla Shaykh Mosque - the Osman Koran, believed to be world's oldest Koran is kept in the library of this Mosque, a mausoleum of Abu Bakr Kaffal Shoshi - an Islamic scholar of 13-14th century. Dinner. Overnight at the hotel in Tashkent.
Day 6: Tashkent - departure
Transfer to the airport. Departure.