Hospitable Tashkent foe tourists from India
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The tour lasts for five days and four nights
Guide meets tourists at the airport and takes them to the hotel. Welcome drink at the hotel and rest time. Then we invite our guests to enjoy Indian food at the restaurant. After that, we have a have a short tour. We go to see first Lal Bahadur Shastri Monument. Lal Bahadur Shastri was Indian second Prime Minister. Then we move on to see Monument of Courage. The great tragedy in Tashkent happened in 1966. One of the strongest earthquakes in history of Tashkent took many lives. This monument is dedicated to this tragedy.
After paying respect for the sad historical event, we go to Indian restaurant for dinner with music, live performances, drinks (brought by group), soft drinks and starters. Then tourists return back to the hotel for a night sleep.
Day 3 starts earlier than usual, because we need to catch a 7:00 am train to Samarkand. That’s why breakfast is early in the morning. At the train station we get into comfortable “Registan” train. During the existence of Amir Timur’s Empire, Samarkand was called “Afrosiab” and was official capital of the empire. As a capital, it had a lot of great constructions that were preserved. One of the most famous that we plan to visit is Registan Square. The square is a complex of three madrassas: Ulugbek, Tilla-Kori and Sher-Dor.Then it is time for a lunch break in a restaurant. After lunch we continue enjoying greatest historical monuments in Central Asia such as: Shakhi-Zinda, and Gur-Emir Mausoleum.
Then we go to the train station and catch a 17:00 “Registan” train back to Tashkent. In Tashkent we visit restaurant to have dinner and enjoy live performance, starters, free flow of alcohol (brought by group), juice, water, ice. Then two options: whether to go for a night walk on your own or go straight to the hotel to have a good rest.
After breakfast we organize guided tour around Tashkent. In the program: Mustakkilik and Amir Timur Squares. The last square is located in the city center and has monument of Amir Timur – who is considered to be the most powerful conqueror in Uzbek history. Then we have a lunch break for taking a break and enjoying food at the restaurant.
After lunch break we visit Hast Imam Architectural Complex. The complex is situated in the city’s old part. There we go for shopping at Chorsu bazaar. You might be interested in buying souvenirs in Uzbek national style, dry fruits, spices and many more. From old bazaar we move to the modern “Turkuaz” and “Kontinent” shopping malls. As it will be evening by the time we finish with shopping, we have dinner at the restaurant.
Tashkent tour packages
Hospitable Tashkent №2
The tour lasts for four days and three nights