Uzbekistan travels and trips 01

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 01
Activity: Cultural tour
Destination: Uzbekistan
Duration: 10 days

Day 1: You are in the Advent International Airport of Tashkent. Guided transfer to hotel and rest there. After breakfast, you have a Tashkent city tour and see the beautiful places of the city. Your guide will. Many interesting facts about Uzbekistan on your city tour
Day 2: Breakfast will be arranged for you at 8 clock. Morning flight to Urgench. Arrival in Urgench, transfer to the hotel in Khiva. Tour is a guided tour of Khiva tour, spend a day in the UNESCO World Heritage site Ichan-Qala fortress. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. On your journey around Tashkent discover many surprising facts about the city. To visit in Ichan-Qala fortress tour Mukhammad medresah Amin Khan, Rahim Khan Mukhammad Medresah, Kalta Minor, Kunya Ark, Juma Mosque, Toshkhovli palace Pakhlavan Makhmud mausoleum, minaret Islom-Khodja. Free time in the afternoon. Your dinner will be for you to be at a local restaurant by 8 clock ready to spend a good night at the National Hotel.
Day 3: At 8 clock, breakfast is served in the hotel for you. In the morning depart Khiva and a trip to Bukhara (500 km, 7 hours). To stop on the way Amu Darya river to see. Your guide will. Many interesting facts about Uzbekistan on your city tour Visit the local Uzbek restaurant and try a traditional meal there for lunch. Tour to Bukhara in the afternoon. One of the best restaurants waiting for you to come to dinner at 8 clock to check in to the hotel. Free time. A National Hotel provides comfortable accommodation for your stay.
Day 4: Breakfast will be arranged for you at 8 clock. Sightseeing tour in Bukhara. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. You will have an unforgettable holiday in Uzbekistan. Visit during the tour of our Ismail Samani Mausoleum, Ark Fortress, Chashma-Ayub, Kalon Mosque and Minaret, Madrassah Miri-Arab, Magoki-Attari Mosque, Madrasah Ulugbek and Abdulazizkhan, trade domes, Lyabi Hauz complex, Chor-Minor Madrassah. Your dinner will be for you to be at a local restaurant by 8 clock ready to spend a good night at the National Hotel.
Day 5: At 8 clock, breakfast is served in the hotel for you. Continue city tour in Bukhara. You will spend unforgettable time in Uzbekistan. His trip to summer palace of Bukhara emirs Sitorai-Mokhikhosa, Chor-Bakr and Bakhoutdin Naqshbandi Mausoleum. Visit the local Uzbek restaurant and try a traditional meal there for lunch. In the afternoon free time in Bukhara. One of the best restaurants waiting for you to come to dinner at 8 clock, a national hotel is comfortable rooms will remain for you.
Day 6: Breakfast will be arranged for you at 8 clock. In the morning depart Bukhara and a trip to Samarkand via Shakhrisabz. You will have an unforgettable holiday in Uzbekistan. Stop in Shakhrisabz for sightseeing. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. During the tour, visit ruins of Ak-Saray Palace, Mausoleum Jakhongir and Omar Shaikh. In the afternoon you drive to Samarkand. Arrival to Samarkand, check in at the hotel. Your dinner will be for you to be at a local restaurant by 8 clock free time available. They spend a comfortable night in the national hotel.
Day 7: At 8 clock, breakfast is served in the hotel for you. Sightseeing tour in Samarkand. They will visit during the tour Registan Square, Ruins of Bibi-Khanum Mosque, Shakhi-Zinda necropolis, Gur-Emir Mausoleum, Ulugbek observatory. On your journey around Tashkent discover many surprising facts about the city. One of the best restaurants waiting for you to come to dinner at 8 clock, a national hotel is comfortable rooms will remain for you.
Day 8: Breakfast will be arranged for you at 8 clock. Continue sightseeing in Samarkand. You will spend unforgettable time in Uzbekistan. Visit this tour Afrosiyob Museum, the grave of St. Daniel. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. Drive to Imam Al Bukhari complex, Muslim pilgrimage (25 km, 30 min). Free time in the afternoon. Your dinner will be for you to be at a local restaurant by 8 clock ready to spend a good night at the National Hotel.
Day 9: At 8 clock, breakfast is served in the hotel for you. In the morning depart Samarkand to Tashkent. Your guide will. Many interesting facts about Uzbekistan on your city tour Arrival in Tashkent, in the hotel. Visit the local Uzbek restaurant and try a traditional meal there for lunch. The tour includes visit to the center of Tashkent, Amir Temur Square, Independence Square, Old City part of Tashkent with Khast-Imom Complex and Chor-Su bazaar, Museum of Applied Arts. One of the best restaurants waiting for you to come to dinner at 8 clock, a national hotel is comfortable rooms will remain for you.
Day 10: Your guide will meet at the hotel and accompany you on your way to the airport.

 


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1 - In the opinion of the E. Rtveladze Buddhism came to Central Asia a little later in the years Greekk-Bactrian kingdom. Buddhism had a stable in Bactria and West India (Yandharu) at the time. He supports his opinion of the coins of the Greek and Bactrian king Agathocles (185-170 BC) on which there is a Buddhist "stupa".
The famous explorer of Central Asia, as Litvinsky believes that Buddhism influence in Bactria be dated back to the pre-Kushan and early Kushan period. His view is based on evidence from the first century BC-first century AD.
Based on archaeological evidence of Buddhist monuments in North Bactria, as Stavinsky is that Buddhism in Bactria was during the reign of the famous Kushan ruler Kanishka (end of 1st - the beginning of the 2nd AD) are found.
A critical analysis of all materials on this issue, including evidence of infiltration of Buddhism in China (5), was made by B. Mukerji. He came to the conclusion that Buddhism was known in Central Asia, especially in Bactria in the middle of the 1st Century BC.
This idea is verified with the coins of Kushan Tsar Sotep metas-Vima, the predecessor of Kanishki. Ayrtam (7), Fayaztepa (8) Karatepa - These coins were found in reliable stratigraphic conditions in a number of Buddhist monuments in North Bactria.
All this evidence helps us to imagine the spread of Buddhism in Central Asia in the following manner. Buddhist missionaries could have started professing Buddhism in Bactria v in II century BC. But the widespread building of Buddhist cult monuments in North Bactria and the spread of this doctrine in the region can only be dated to the second half of the first century AD. This is the reason why Bactria and northwest India, where Buddhism was the primary religion of Kushan state.