E-visa  to Russia

04 August 2023

We are pleased to inform you that the e-visa to Russia was launched as from 01st August, 2023.
Citizens of 55 countries can now apply for visa to Russia online. You may find the list of countries and the application rules on the official website of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation: .

27 September 2022

From July 15th, Russia has lifted the restrictions on crossing its land borders established in connection with the pandemic. Foreign tourists once again have the opportunity to enter our country on regular bus lines Lux Express and Ecolines.



7 Days / 6 Nights



Arrival in Tashkent, meeting with local guide and transfer to hotel.



Breakfast in hotel.

FD Tashkent city tour.

The excursion through the old part: Earthquake Monument, Khasti Imam Architectural Complex (XVI-XVII centuries), including Barak Kan Madrasah, Kafal Shohi Madrasah, Tilla Sheykh Mosque, and Museum of "Usman Koran" (VII century) - this relic is unique because on its pages have been preserved the brown stains of the blood of Caliph Osman. This holy book was brought to Samarkand by Amir Timur, but upon the arrival of the Tsarist Russians in Central Asia, this relic was sent to the imperial library in St. Petersburg. After many adventures and displacements in the early 90s of the 20th century, the Koran was handed over to the spiritual board of the Muslims of Uzbekistan; Chorsu Bazaar and Kukeldash Madrasah (16th century, outside visit).

The excursion through the modern part: Independence and Eternity Square, where we visit the World War II Memorial, which is the statue in honor of the fallen in the war, and Arch with storks at the entrance to the square, Romanov Palace (1891, exterior visit), Opera and Ballet Square, and Amir Temur Square.

Overnight in Tashkent.


Breakfast in hotel.

Transfer to the airport (without guide) for domestic flight to Bukhara (according to flight schedule).

Arrival in Bukhara, meeting with local guide and transfer to hotel.



Breakfast in hotel.

FD Bukhara city tour.

Noble Bukhara - the sacred pillar of Asia. The legendary city of the Great Silk Road. It is the only city in Central Asia that has almost 2000 monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can still feel the ancient atmosphere while strolling through the old town.

The visit starts with the Samanidas Mausoleum (IX-X century), Chasmai Ayub Mausoleum, and Sacred Spring (XIV century), also known as "the fountain of St. Job". It is a sacred place believed to have been visited by the Prophet Job, Bolo-Hauz Mosque (19th century, exterior visit), Ark Citadel (5th-19th century), is the oldest structure in the city, and was the residence of the emirs of Bukhara.

We continue our tour of Bukhara with the Lyabi Hauz Architectural Complex (16th-17th c.), the heart of the city which includes Kukeldash Madrasah (exterior visit) and Nodir Devon Begi Madrasah, built around the largest pond in the city, and continue with the oldest mosque in Bukhara - Magoki Attory Mosque (12th c., exterior visit). Then we pass through Three Markets, this complex of 16th century domes known as the First (Toki-Sarrafon), Second (Toki-Telpakfurushon) and Third Domes (Toki-Zargaron), are domed enclosures which were joined by a large number of galleries for trade and craft workshops. En route, we visited Ulugbek Madrasah (XV century, exterior visit) and Abdulaziz-Khan Madrasah (XVII century, exterior visit).

We end our visits with the most emblematic square of Bukhara - Poi-Kalon Architectural Complex, where is the Kalon Minaret that represents the history of Bukhara from the XI-XII centuries, the Poi Kalon Mosque (XII century), which is one of the largest in Central Asia; Miri Arab Madrasa (XV century, exterior visit).

Overnight in Bukhara.


Breakfast in hotel.

Departure to Samarkand (290 km, 5 hours drive).

Arrival in Samarkand and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

HD Samarkand city tour (continuation).

Visits begin in the legendary city of Central Asia: Ulugbek Observatory (15th century) and its Museum, Gur-Emir Mausoleum (14th-15th century). XIV-XV) which means in Persian "Tomb of the King" containing the tomb of Tamerlane and his family, and we end our visits with the most emblematic square of the country - Reguistan Square (XV-XVII) of three great madrasas: Tilla-Kari Madrasa (XVII century), Ulugbek Madrasa (XV century) and Sher-Dor Madrasa (XVII century).

Overnigth in Samarkand.


Breakfast in hotel.

HD Samarkand city tour.

In the morning departure to visit "Meros" Factory of ancient paper production, then visit Shakhi-Zinda Architectural Complex (IX-XV century), Bibi-Khanum Mosque (XIV century) and Siab Bazaar.

Transfer to the train station to take the train to Tashkent (according to the train schedule).

Arrival in Tashkent and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

Overnight in Tashkent.


Breakfast in hotel.

Transfer to airport (without guide).

Program includes:

Accommodation: 3 nights (Tashkent), 2 nights (Bukhara), 1 night (Samarkand).

Daily breakfasts in the hotel.

Arrival and departure transfers (arrival transfer with guide / departure transfer without guide).

Transportation and English-speaking guide service as mentioned in the program.

Entrances as mentioned in the program.

Air ticket Tashkent - Bukhara (economy class).

Train ticket Samarkand - Tashkent (economy class).

Prices upon request