Uzbekistan travels and trips 05

Uzbekistan Tours: Tour 05
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. Transfer to the airport. Morning flight to Urgench. Arrival in Urgench, a Tour to Khiva, settlement is in the hotel. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. Visit of Khiva: Ichan-Kala architectural complex (12-19th c.) - A UNESCO World Heritage Site - the residence of the last Khan including Ismail Khodja Mausoleum Mohammed Amin Khan Madrassah. On your journey around Tashkent discover many surprising facts about the city. Lunch during the day. 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. Your guide will. Many interesting facts about Uzbekistan on your city tour Departure Khiva to Bukhara and a tour (6 hours). Visit the local Uzbek restaurant and try a traditional meal there for lunch. Arrival in Bukhara. One of the best restaurants waiting for you to come to dinner at 8 clock to check in to the hotel. A National Hotel provides comfortable accommodation for your stay.
Day 4: Breakfast will be arranged for you at 8 clock. You will have an unforgettable holiday in Uzbekistan. Tour of Bukhara: Ismail Samonid Mausoleum (burial place of the Samani dynasty founder Ismail Samani, 10th century), Kalon Minaret and Poi Kalon Mosque, Miri Arab Madrassa, Lyabi House complex, Ark Fortress (a home to the rulers of Bukhara), Choir Minor. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. 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. Take Nurata. You will spend unforgettable time in Uzbekistan. You are on this tour, the old mosque was built with holy spring water and sacred fish, ancient ruins of the fortress of Alexander the Great. Visit the local Uzbek restaurant and try a traditional meal there for lunch. Continue our tour to Yangigazgan village, then a tour to Kyzylkum desert to the Kazakh yurt. In the evening, learn how to ride camels. One of the best restaurants waiting for you to come to dinner 08.00 clock dinner to be Kazakh folk songs with a similar Kazakh singing. A National Hotel provides comfortable accommodation for your stay.
Day 6: Breakfast will be arranged for you at 8 clock. Camel ride in his Kyzylkum. You will have an unforgettable holiday in Uzbekistan. Tour Aydarkul Lake. Packed. After lunch tour Samarkand. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. Arrival to Samarkand. 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 7: At 8 clock, breakfast is served in the hotel for you. On your journey around Tashkent discover many surprising facts about the city. Tour of Samarkand, which includes: famous Registan Square (15th with Madrassa Sherdor 17th century, Tilla Kori and Ulugbek century), Shokhi Zinda necropolis (important pilgrimage place in Samarkand), remains of grandiose Bibi Khanum Mosque. Lunch during the day. 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. Breakfast at hotel. A trip to Tashkent (4 hours). You will spend unforgettable time in Uzbekistan. Arrival in Tashkent. Settlement takes place in the hotel. For lunch you will taste the local Uzbek cuisine in the restaurant. Visiting Tashkent visit Chorsu bazaar in the old part of Tashkent, Kukuldash mosque and Khast Imom - is official religious center for Muslims in Central Asia from Barak Khan Madrassa. 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: Your guide will meet at the hotel and accompany you on your way to the airport.

 


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5 - The homes use traditional designs with clay frame work. The palaces and Kushk (castles) were more monumental buildings from pakhsa (packed earth) and raw brick. In the period of V-VIII cc. the courts and palaces of the rich peasants were often built on a hill (eg Balalik tepa a 9m. hill) in Termez (5) with strong pakhsa. The facades of the houses were generally smooth, but sometimes were decorated with grooves. At the corners of the locks were round or multi-sided towers. The entrance to a castle was by a drawbridge ramp or (6). In the middle of Kushk was a hall or on the patio surrounded by dwellings or other household premises of one or two floors. The structure of the central hall or on the patio surrounded by these premises was typical of Central Asia at that time. However, we can see a different type of plan type of a hall in which a number of rooms along the sides of the hall were built.
Thus, the "Kurgan" was built in the northern part of Rabat also to this kind of architecture. Basically, this was a building of the Kushan period, in the IV-VI c. AD a burial structure (Naus) was located here. In the VI c. AD a two-story building was built on a monolithic platform (25x25m) with its joints, ornate facades with traditional fluting. The archway in the center of the south facade in a longitudinal corridor, where it conducted five oblong room. The stairs at the end of hajilway led to a second floor or flat roof of the building. (7) The hallway and room had ceilings.This monumental arched, with strong walls and ceilings, has lasted almost 1000 years and is in a reasonable condition at the present time. From the XI c. it was a place for Pilgrimes live. Visit the Mosque of choral and Sutun Hakim at Temizi complex to XVI-XVII c. (8). The palaces of the rulers were great. Often in the middle of the palace was a large garden of apartments and other premises household, surrounded consisting of one or two floors. In the middle there were large portals. The majestic arched portals were blue and formed a bay which served as a shady errace.