UZBEKISTAN

The Great Silk Road

Located in the heart of Central Asia, Uzbekistan has assumed a crucial role for over a millennium in what has been the largest commercial route of all time: The Great Silk Road.

Khiva, Bukhara, Tashkent and most of all Samarkand, the epic cities of the oases along the route, evoke romantic emotions mixed with the desire to trace the routes of the caravans of explorers, adventurers and merchants who for centuries traded European goods with Asian ones.

Uzbekistan boasts a cultural heritage of about 2500 years that flourishes not only in the commercial sphere but also as the largest medieval intellectual center in the Muslim world.

Many important historical figures crossed this land, including Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Marco Polo just to name a few.

A tailor made trip to Uzbekistan is an unforgettable and exciting experience that allows to retrace the routes of explorers of past centuries.

As a tour operator specialised in tours in Asia our experience in the area is at your disposal to design and unforgettable trip.

ITINERARIES

The following itineraries can be customised according to your needs

ITINERARIES FROM 1 TO 10 DAYS

Khast Imam complex Tashkent © Gabriele Stoia

TOUR CLASSIC UZBEKISTAN FROM TASHKENT

Length : 7D 6N
From/to TASHKENT

Madrasa Tilla Kori - Samarcanda

CLASSIC TOUR ON THE GREAT SILK ROAD

Length : 7D 6N
From URGENCH to TASHKENT

Lyabi Khauz - Bukhara © Gabriele Stoia - In Asia Travel

CULTURAL TOUR IN UZBEKISTAN

Length : 7D 6N
From/to TASHKENT

Yurta Uzbekistan

TOUR NATURE IN UZBEKISTAN

Length : 9D 8N
From/to TASHKENT

ITINERARIES OVER 10 DAYS

Afrosyiab Museum Samarqand

ARCHAEOLOGICAL TOUR IN UZBEKISTAN

Length : 13D 12N
From/to TASHKENT

Fergana market

TOUR AMAZING UZBEKISTAN

Length : 15D 14N
From/to TASHKENT

Yurta Kyzylkum desert

TOUR MAGICAL UZBEKISTAN

Length : 15D 14N
From/to TASHKENT

Best private tailor made tours in Southeast Asia and Central Asia - In Asia Travel

GRAND TOUR UZBEKISTAN

Length : 17D 16N
From URGENCH to TASHKENT

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