Luxury Travel Atelier

Magic Uzbekistan

Luxury Tailor Made Journey

On the one hand, history goes back more than 3,000 years, although few documents have survived, especially from the early period, because the ruling nomadic peoples were not familiar with written documentation. On the other hand, the territory of Central Asia was not divided into distinct states. The borders changed with each conquest, great empires rose and collapsed, and the region was conquered from different directions. Nevertheless, we can say that the country was formed under the influence of five main invaders: the Persians, Greeks, Arabs, Mongols, and Russians. The country was situated on the Great Silk Road in its past and has always been a melting pot of cultures. Due to the construction of its historical cities, Uzbekistan will fascinate you with its history, architecture, and traditions. This, combined with the warm Uzbek hospitality, makes a visit to the country particularly unique.

LTA Advantages

  • Stroll in Tashkent with your private LTA guide and experience the must-to-see places; Amir Timur museum, Broadway Street, Chorsu is the most impressive market in entire Uzbekistan as it has a very beautiful round hall! 


  • Samarkand; Characterized by monuments from the time of the Timurid Empire: majestic and extraordinary architectural constructions were built in this epoch. One of the most famous ensembles is Registan Square.


  • Bukhara’s charm will make you feel in love with its historical monuments, delicious food, and oriental atmosphere  Live national Bukhara music from the folklore ensemble “Bukhorcha’’ – A fashion show from Bukhara fashion designers is provided.


  • Khiva, an open-air museum is surrounded by desert, like an oasis a unique city in Uzbekistan that still has a very well-preserved city wall.

Trip Itinerary


Welcome to Tashkent, Your private LTA guide will greet you at the airport to transfer you to the hotel.


Tashkent is one of the oldest and largest cities in Central Asia, the Uzbek capital since 1930, and very much a showpiece of Soviet and post-soviet architecture. Today visit Mustakillik (Independence) Square in the heart of Tashkent and fathe mous Tashkent Metro (underground) decorated with local marble and granite-like underground palaces, see the Opera Navoi Theatre square. Afternoon excursion to the old part of the city to visit the Khast Imam Square – which is the place where relics of the Muslim world are collected & it is the religious center of Tashkent and a place of worship for Muslim pilgrims. Khast Imam is located in the old Tashkent city, within blocks of small mud houses. Barak-Khan (XVI cent.), TillaSheikh Mosque (XIX century), Mausoleum of St. Kaffal Shashi (XV cent.), and Islamic Institute of Imam al-Bukhari, where future preachers are taught are located there, on Hast-Imam square. A rich library of oriental manuscripts is also located there. The World-famous Koran of Caliph Osman has been preserved here. Ottoman Koran is known as the primary source of Islam’s holy book that was written in the middle of VII century period. Later see the Kukeldash Madrassah and Chorsu bazaar, the oldest market in Tashkent. Long hundreds of years ago it was one of the busiest bazaars in Central Asia since it is located on the silk route. The location hasn’t changed in all these years but the old buildings have been replaced by modern buildings.


Meals: Breakfast, Launch, Dinner

A private tour to the Chimgan Mountains near Tashkent to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful panoramic views and a ride on the cable car. At the end of the day, you will be transferred back to Tashkent.


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Take a morning flight to Nukus. On arrival in Nukus pay a visit to Savitsky museum. In the afternoon transfer to Khiva en-route visiting/brief overlook of archaeological monuments of Ancient Khorezm: Ayaz-Kala- one of the largest fortresses, Toprak-Kala -an ancient settlement which was the capital of Khorezm in the III century AD, Kyzyl-Kala- a unique monument of Ancient Khorezm architecture relevant to Kushan- Afrigid period. Afterward, you will be transferred by car to Khiva


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Sightseeing tour in the old part of Khiva – Ichan Kala known as “Inner town”. Ichan Kala is the biggest open air museum in Central Asia and consists of the following architectural monuments:

Ata Darbaza (West Gate)

Muhammad Aminkhan Madrassa

Kalta Minor Minaret

Jome Mosque and Minaret

Islam Khodja Madrassa and Minaret

Said Alauddin Mausoleum

Pahlavan Mahmud Mausoleum Last Khiva Khan Allakulikhan’s Madrassa and Tosh Hovli Palace where was the harem with 40 concubine Caravanserai and Tim Allakulikhan


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Today you will start to day with your guide to Bukhara by a private transfer. This afternoon, enjoy time at leisure to explore at your own pace, or relax at your hotel. Live national Bukhara music from the folklore ensemble “BUKHORCHA” about traditional musical instruments: doira, Kijak, won the hearts of many guests. Dance entertainment show program in the style of national atmosphere, in which national dances of various regions and peoples of Uzbekistan are presented to live music: Fergana classical dance, Khorezm folk dance, as well as Uzbek national dances, Arabic, Kazakh, Tajik dances. Guests in between shows of oriental dances – A fashion show from Bukhara fashion designers is provided. Original collections of clothing made of silk and cotton, which combine colorful national features and modern fashionable art, will be demonstrated. During the Show program, the guests will naturally open their own food and, if they wish, they will be offered a delicious dinner, including Uzbek cuisine (Bukhara national plov, manti, mastava, Samsa and shashlyk), with traditional tea with oriental sweets. In the Hudjras Madrasah Nadir Divan-begi there are many souvenir shops, where you can find unique national hand-made souvenirs of local craftsmen and craftsmen


Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

A private sightseeing tour of Bukhara. Visit the following sites:

Mausoleum of Samanids

Bolo Hauz Mosque and the Ark Fortress – the oldest citadel dating back to I century BC

Poi Kalon Square with Kalon Minaret and Mosque, Mir Arab Madrassa

Visit Ulughbek and Abdulazizkhan Madrassas

Abdullakhan’s Tim

Caravanserai Saifuddin (the Center of Handicraft Development of Bukhara) MagokiAttari Mosque

LyabiHauz (Nadir Divanbegi Madrassa, Khanaka, Kukeldash Madrassa and the monument of KhodjaNasreddin).

There are three trading domes or so-called covered bazaars preserved from the XVI century and these bazaars were the centers for the trade of silk, jewelry, and even for money exchange. Today as well, one can enjoy and purchase different souvenirs of a wide range, from small magnets to the famous Bukhara carpets.


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Meet your guide for a private transfer to Samarkand via Shakhrisabz town. Here visit the AkSaray Palace (“White Palace”), the ruins of the summer palace of Tamerlane. The palace was constructed and decorated by deported from conquered Khorezm skillful builders, masters and artisans. Some parts of the gate tower survived to the present day. Also visit the Mausoleum of Dorus-Saodat (“The Place of Power”, XIV century) contains the tomb of Eldest and favorite Tamerlane’s son Jahongir. Visit KokGumbaz, the so-called “House of Meditation – Mausoleum Gumbazi-Seyidon of XVI century where the descendants of Ulugbekare buried. Continue to Samarkand.
Driving time to Shakhrisabz is approximately 4 hours, and onwards to Samarkand is another 1.5 hours.


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

A private sightseeing tour of Samarkand. First, visit the famous Registan Square in the heart of Samarkand and real masterpiece of Central Asian medieval architecture, consists of three grandiose buildings: Ulughbek Madrassa, Madrassa Sherdor, and Madrassa Tilla Kori.

You will also visit Gur Emir Mausoleum – a burial vault of the Timurids dynasty, Bibi Khanim Mosque – the biggest medieval building in the city, ShahiZinda Necropolis – a unique complex of Mausoleums, Ulugbek’s Observatory – one of the most important astronomical centers and the Samarkand bazaar – Siyab.


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
DAY 10

A private sightseeing tour of Samarkand & the surrounding countryside. In the morning you will start with a visit to the mausoleum known also as Saint Daniel. Also visit ShahiZinda Necropolis, a unique complex of Mausoleums and Afrosiab museum, a paper factory in Konigil, and a carpet factory in Hujum.

Take the train from Samarkand to Tashkent. The train journey is approximately 3 hours. We will book the best seats available but it is not always possible to secure first-class cabins.


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
DAY 11

A private transfer to the airport to catch your international flight back home.

Meals: Breakfast


from $5,340 per person

Please note that USD per person is double occupancy.Prices are subject to change for a crafted-design trip.


  • One-of-a-Kind Itinerary Designed for You
  • Hand-Selected Luxury Accommodations
  • Exclusive Insider-Access Opportunities and Inspiring Sightseeing
  • English-Speaking Guides
  • Airport Meet and Greet with Private Transfers
  • Full Breakfast Daily
  • Entrance Fees and Taxes
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