Discover Tashkent
Trip Length 1 day
Trip Style City Tour
Itinerary Tashkent
Best Time to Travel All year round
Maximum Number of Passengers up to 30 people in one group
Price 59$

In 2000 years the largest city of the Uzbek Republic has grown from a small ancient settlement. Being the capital, Tashkent is a big metropolis, where more than 2.5 million people live.

During the city tour in Tashkent, you will see how the city harmoniously combines medieval buildings, standard concrete "boxes" of the Soviet era and the glittering buildings of modern business centers and banks, stroll along the wide streets and avenues decorated with "emerald scatterings" of parks, squares, gardens, where crystal streams of fountains cool the air on hot days.

The program includes a visit to the Khast Imam ensemble, which houses the world-famous Koran of the Caliph Osman - the Ottoman Koran, the large Chorsu bazaar, a museum with interesting exhibits, as well as a sightseeing tour of the central part of the capital.


Meeting with ULYSSE TOUR Team (local guide and driver).

Excursion around the old part of the city:

Complex Hasti Imam: madrasah Barak-khan, mausoleum Kaffal Shoshiy, mosque Tilla-Sheikh
Chorsu Bazaar
Kukaldosh Madrasah

Lunch break. Excursion around the new part of the city:

The Tashkent Metro
Independence Square
Amir Temur Square
Theater Square named after Alisher Navoi
Museum of Applied Arts

End of the city tour.

- Entrance fees to all listed above sights;
- Air tickets;
- Reservation at a restaurant;
- Railway tickets;
- Meeting and seeing off at airport;

Upon Request

1. duration of the tour,
2. number of excursions,
3. tourist facilities,
4. vehicles,
5. services of a guide speaking a different language,
and other components of the tour can be changed in accordance with the wishes of the customer. At the same time, the cost of the tour will vary depending on the level of personalization.

Address Business Center SIGMA, 71 Nukus Street, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 100015
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