Uzbekistan tour and trip 08

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 08
Activity: Cultural tour
Destination: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: Your guide will meet at the airport. You can get some time to relax after you arrive at a hotel. After breakfast, you are on a trip around town. During this trip you will learn many interesting things that you never thought of before.
Day 2: You can have breakfast at 8 clock in the morning. Transfer to Samarkand (315 km, 5 hours) and hotel accommodation. City tour includes visit to the "Gur Emir mausoleum" - Tamerlan grave built for Temur's grandson Muhammad-Sultan and tombs of three other Timurids (14-15 C.) - Sons of Temur - Miranshah and Shahruh and his grandson Ulugbek. During this trip you will learn many interesting things you heard, you never before. You have a good chance to try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant. You can try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant at 8 clock. Overnight in the capital of Timur Empire. They spend the night in a nice hotel.
Day 3: Breakfast is waiting for you at 8 clock in the morning. These days you will visit during the tour: Siab Bazar, try the best Samarkand bread and fruits, excavations and museum of the ancient city Afrosiab. During this trip you will learn many interesting things that you never thought of before. You have a chance to try the traditional food at a local restaurant for lunch. Free time to spend at leisure. A good opportunity to try a local cuisine will be in a traditional restaurant for dinner from 20.00 clock. Overnight in one of the oldest cities in the world. You have to spend the night in a local hotel.
Day 4: You can have breakfast at 8 clock in the morning. Tour is to Shakhrisabz - a unique monument of urban design and architecture (90 km, 1.5 hours). You have a good chance to try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant. You will find this journey with warm feelings remember. Shakhrisabz Tour: - (. 14-15 c) Ruins of the "Ak-Saray Palace" Tamerlane summer residence that shocked the imagination of his contemporaries, "Jahongir mausoleum" - mausoleum of Tamerlane's oldest and most famous son. You can try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant at 8 clock. Late afternoon arrival in Bukhara and accommodation at the hotel. They spend the night in a nice hotel.
Day 5: Breakfast is waiting for you at 8 clock in the morning. City tour: mausoleum of the Samanids - the oldest brick building in Central Asia, a masterpiece of architecture in the world, mausoleum Chashma Ayub, the (14th c) the estimated "places of trace" left by saints belongs (9-10 c.). You have a chance to try the traditional food at a local restaurant for lunch. Legend has it that once the bible prophet Job (Ayub) visited this place. They will remember this trip for a long time. Then you will have a tour to the museums of Imam Al Bukhari and "The Museum of Water". "Bolo-Houz Mosque" - the only monument of medieval Bukhara (early 20th century), Ark - the center of Bukhara statehood (4th century BC), silk carpet shops, complex "Poi Kalon" (" Under the Great "):" Kalyan Minaret "- the main symbol of sacred Bukhara that symbolized the authority and power of spiritual governors. A good opportunity to try a local cuisine will be in a traditional restaurant for dinner from 20.00 clock. You have to spend the night in a local hotel.
Day 6: You can have breakfast at 8 clock in the morning. Tour outside the city: Emir Summer Residence "Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa" (19th century), memorial cemeteries "Chor Bakr" (10th century), the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mausoleum and to visit the graves (16-19 C). his mother and his teacher (14th century). You have a good chance to try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant. Tour to Bukhara. You can try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant at 8 clock. Free time to rest and walk through the old streets of Bukhara. You will find this journey with warm feelings remember. They spend the night in a nice hotel.
Day 7: Breakfast is waiting for you at 8 clock in the morning. Transfer Tour to Khiva on the Kizil-Kum desert along Caravan road (480 km, 5-7 hours). Arrival to Khiva - the only "outdoor museum" in Central Asia, fully preserved to the present day. You have a chance to try the traditional food at a local restaurant for lunch. During this trip you will learn many interesting things you heard, you never before. Accommodation is in a hotel inside or nearby "Ichan-Qala" - the historical center of Khiva, which has inscribed on the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage. A good opportunity to try a local cuisine will be in a traditional restaurant for dinner from 20.00 clock. Free time. You have to spend the night in a local hotel.
Day 8: You can have breakfast at 8 clock in the morning. Done sightseeing tour to the architectural complex. Ensemble consists of the smallest Medressa in Khiva and a minaret, the upper deck has a height of 45 meters and is the highest vantage point in the city. You have a good chance to try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant. In the afternoon, a tour to Ayazkala campsite over the Amu Daria pontoon bridge and Tuprakkala old fortress (2-3. Cc). They will remember this trip for a long time. Tour will be walking around the Ayazkala continued. You can try a traditional meal in a local Uzbek restaurant at 8 clock. They spend the night in a nice hotel.
Day 9: Breakfast is waiting for you at 8 clock in the morning. In the morning, learn to ride camels. Tour is to Ayazkul Lake. Fishing, swimming and boating. You have a chance to try the traditional food at a local restaurant for lunch. Back to the yurts. A good opportunity to try a local cuisine will be in a traditional restaurant for dinner from 20.00 clock. Tour to Urgench airport transfer (80 km, 1.5 hrs) for evening flight HY 1058 in Tashkent at 21:10 clock. During this trip you will learn many interesting things that you never thought of before. Arrival in Tashkent at 23:15 clock and hotel accommodation. You have to spend the night in a local hotel.
Day 10: Your guide will accompany you back to the airport.

 

 

 

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8 - Women's clothing
The traditional women's costume consists of the Uzbeks simple cut tunic dress from khan-atlas and Sharovarov. In the festive dresses satin fabric and rich gold embroidery. The woman headdress includes only three elements: a skull-cap, scarf and turban. An indispensable complement to the suit Uzbek women of all ages have always had jewelry made of gold or silver.
Skullcap
One of the most important parts in a traditional Uzbek clothing is a skull. This - the national headdress in many countries of Central Asia, including Uzbekistan. The name comes from the Turkish kippah "tube", which is derived "top, top" as translated. It is worn by both men and women and children. While older women do not wear yarmulke.
Now the big cities are rarely seen in human skull, and for the most part it is an important piece of clothing for family and religious holidays. The traditional skullcap has rejuvenated tetrahedron is black with a white patterned embroidery.

 Mahalla (neighborhood Uzbek) - the keeper of the Uzbek traditions. There is a whole system of relations between the inhabitants of a district, which for many centuries and great influence on the development of the Uzbek traditions, way of life. Uzbekistan In a way, this is a form of community, united in a small area.

He is considered the center of Mahalla Mosque or teahouse be. Those at home, where could hear his voice was as the area of ​​Mahalla: Once the size of Mahalla was the voice of the muezzin calls from the minaret of the intended residents of prayer. Teahouse is a place where people gather to discuss the news and the inner workings of a quarter (CAP). In addition, questions of daily life, such as the Mahalla is a self-governing administrative unit addressed.