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Weekend Tours in Uzbekistan

Weekend Tour to Uzbekistan: Visit Samarkand - the capital of the huge empire, founded by Amir Timur, and Shakhrisabz - hometown of Amir Temur

Duration: 2 days / 1 nights
Itinerary: Tashkent-Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Tashkent
Language: Russian, English, German, French, Chineese, Korean, Japan 
Number of persons on tour: from 2 to 30 people.
Cost of the tour: Price on request

Tour itinerary: 

Day 1: Tashkent - Samarkand

06:00 Transfer to the train stration

07:00 Departing to Samarkand

09:10 Arriving in Samarkand

09:40 Sightseeing

13:00 Lunch at a local restaurant

14:00 Check in

14:30 Continuing sightseeing

19:00 Dinner at a local restaurant

21:00 Overnight at the hotel.


Day 2: Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Tashkent

07:00 Breakfast at the hotel. Check out

07:40 Drive to Shakhrisabz

09:15 Arrive in Shakhrisabz and sightseeing

12:00 Drive back to Samarkand. 

13:00 Stop in the mountain pass for a lunch

17:00 Arrive in Samarkand. Transfer to the train station

18:00 Depart to Tashkent

20:10 Arrive in Tashkent. Transfer to the hotel


Day 1: Tashkent - Samarkand

  • Registan Square
  • Bibi Khahum mosque
  • Ulugbek observatory
  • Shakhi-Zinda Necropolis
  • Central Samarkand bazaar
  • Gur Emir Mausoleum


Day 2: Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Tashkent

  • Remains of Ak-Saray Palace
  • Mausoleum of Jakhongir and Omar-Shaykh
  • Mausoleum of Dor-ut Tilovat


Number of persons             Type:                                     
2 pax. Car (with air conditioning)
3-7 pax. Minivan (with air conditioning)
8-15 pax. 20-seater bus (with air conditioning)
16-30 pax. 45-seater bus (with air conditioning)


Price on request

Price includes 
  • Accommodation in mentioned hotel (with the breakfast);
  • Transportation with professional drivers throughout the tour, including airports/train stations pick up and drop offs
  • Professional English (Russian, German, French, Chineese, Korean, Japan) speaking guide;
  • Tashkent – Samarkand – Tashkent express train (Afrasiyob) ticket (second class);
  • Entrance fees for all mentioned monuments (per program);
Price not includes
  • Travel insurance
  • Photo and Camera fees;
  • Alcohol drinkings;
  • Single supplement.


Uzbekistan Visa Application requirements: 

  1. Uzbekistan Visa support (Letter of Invitation (LOI));
  2. Valid passport; 
  3. Completed application form;
  4. 1 passport-size photo;
  5. Fee, payable on collection of visa;
  6. Evidence of purpose of a visit;
  7. Confirmation of hotel reservation and details of stay.


Visa regulations with some countries

1. Bilateral non-visa regime is established for the citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan,  Kyrgyzstan (up to 60 days), Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.

2. Simplified visa procedure is established for the citizens of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Malaysia, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom. Tourists of these countries can get multiple entry visas up to 1 month and businessmen — up to 1 year (Malaysia — up to 6 months). Moreover, tourist voucher or invitation of physical or juridical person in Uzbekistan is not required to submit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Visas shall be issued within 2 working days, excluding the day of document’s acceptance.

3. Bilateral non-visa regime up to 90 days is established for the holders diplomatic passport of the Republic of Korea (up to days 60 days), Brazil, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Turkey. Citizens of these countries possessing the diplomatic passport and accredited as staff-members of the diplomatic representations and consular missions located on the territory of Parties as well as members of theirs families can enter and stay without visa for the whole period of their professional activity. Bilateral non-visa regime up to 90 days is also established for the citizens of Romania and Slovakia holding service passports.

4. Uzbekistan and Japan issue visa visas without consular fees on the mutual basis.

The nationals of those countries which are not mentioned above should have a visa support to obtain tourist visa to Uzbekistan.

Letter of invitation will be issued on the basis of visa application form and other documents submitted  to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan by the Tour Operator - Global Connect on the behalf of the tourist.

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