|Trip Length||7 days|
|Trip Style||Gastronomic Tour|
|Itinerary||Tashkent, Samarkand, Gijduvan, Bukhara|
|Best Time to Travel||All year round|
|Maximum Number of Passengers||up to 30 people in one group|
Think of a freshly baked bread in combination with the famous Achichuk salad and an incredibly tasty Uzbek pilaf. Are you feeling a slight rumbling in your tummy already? Do not miss the opportunity to add flavor to your trip!
Gastronomic Tour to Uzbekistan is all about fascinating excursions along with the historical cities and the tastiest authentic meals. Moreover, the program offers participation in the culinary master class, where you will learn the secrets of cooking Eastern dishes from thу best local chefs. Also, the tour envisages the degustation of Samarkand wines and brandy, a visit to the Eastern markets where you can get organic dried fruits, nuts, spices and other oriental delicacies.
Arrival in Tashkent. Ulysse Tour will meet you at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and Check-in. Night stay in Tashkent.
Breakfast at the hotel and Check-out. 10:00 City tour:
Lunch at a restaurant. City tour:
Transfer to the railway station. 18:50 Bullet train to Samarkand. Arrival at 20:58. Dinner at a restaurant. Transfer to the hotel and check-in. Night stay in Samarkand.
Breakfast at the hotel. 10:00 City tour:
Lunch break. City tour:
Dinner at the restaurant. Night stay in Samarkand.
Breakfast at the hotel and Chek-out. City tour:
Lunch at the restaurant. Departure by car to Bukhara (Travel time ~ 5 hours).
Dinner at a restaurant in the city of Gijduvan. Arrival in Bukhara. Transfer to the hotel and Check-in. Night stay in Bukhara.
Breakfast at the hotel. City tour:
Lunch break. City tour:
Dinner at the restaurant. Night stay in Bukhara.
Breakfast at the hotel. Free time for an independent walk around the city.* 13:00 Culinary master class and lunch. Free time for an independent walk in the city.* Dinner at a restaurant. Night saty in Bukhara.
This day will be completely at your disposal, excluding the time allotted for the culinary master class, lunch and dinner. In addition to shopping, we recommend visiting a hamam (16th century Bukharian bath), a papier-mâché doll making workshop and a house of spices and tea. These places are located on the main street near the hotel.
* Unaccompanied guide and transport services.
Breakfast at the hotel and Chek-out at 12:00 pm. Free time without guide or transport services. 15:48 Bullet train to Tashkent. Arrival at 19:40. Transfer to the hotel and Check-in. Night stay in Tashkent.
Also, the duration of the tour, the number of excursions, tourist facilities, vehicles, as well as the services of a guide speaking a different language, can be changed in accordance with the wishes of a customer. At the same time, the cost of the tour will vary depending on the level of personalization.
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