Tashkent Tour Package (3 Nights/ 4 Days)

Tashkent Tour Package (3 Nights/ 4 Days)

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Rs. 44,375
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Overview

DAY 01: ARRIVE tashkent
Arrival at Tashkent International airport from Delhi flight, Immigration and Customs will take about 1 hour. Direct drive to Indian restaurant, Buffet Indian lunch at Indian restaurant. After lunch drive to the hotel. Immediate check in to the hotel and time for rest and fresh & up city tour in Tashkent: Visit Independence Square and Amir Timur Square transfer to Indian restaurant
DAY 02: tashkent
Tashkent tour: Amir Timur Square and Romanov Palace (Can visit from outside only), Catholic Church, Peoples Friendship Square Indian lunch at Indian restaurant continuation of Tashkent tour: Victims square, TV tower with panoramic view from the TOP, National Pak of Alisher Navoi
DAY 03: tashkent
08.30 hrs drive to Chingam hills. Approx 2 & half hours drive 11:30 Chair lift to reach on top for (30 min)
Enjoy the mountain scenery and horse riding at your own cost. Also take breathtaking photo opportunity. Lunch at the restaurant inside of PYRAMIDS HOTEL Local Turkish cuisine with 2 Veg items Outdoor excursionDeparture from the resort at 17.00 hrs. 19:00 arrival Tashkent and free time for rest and relax at the hotel
DAY 04: DEPART tashkent
Free time for rest after long night.Check out from the hotel. Drive to Indian restaurant for light dinner. Indian snacks with tea and coffee. 20:00 Transfer to Tashkent airport, egistration and flight to Delhi by flight “Uzbekistan Airways” HY-421 at 23:15.
Welcome To Tashkent
 
Cost Includes:
01) 3 Night Accommodation on Double/Twin Sharing basis.
02) Complimentary Bottles of Mineral water as per specified above.
03) VISA Support & Group Visa Fees  
04) Daily Buffet breakfasts at your hotel.
05) Daily Lunch & Dinner as Per Itinerary at Indian restaurants.
06) 01 Gala Dinner at Indian Restaurant with Cocktails
07)  All transfers as per itinerary by AC Luxury Coach.
08) All Sightseeing as per above tour itinerary.
09) Full day tour to Charvak Lake and Chimgan Mountains.
10) Services of English speaking tour guides.
11) Return E/Y Airfare Ex Delhi with all Taxes
Cost Excludes :
° Travel Insurance
° Surcharges If any
° Any other service not included in above cost
tashkent Tour Package From Delhi Per Person INR.35,500/-

Tashkent (Uzbek: Toshkent, Тошкент; Russian: Ташкент) is the capital city of Uzbekistan. It is an ancient city on the Great Silk Road from China to Europe. Little remains of the ancient city after the 1966 earthquake and earlier modernisation work following the 1917 revolution. Tashkent is a very Soviet city that has little remaining from its ancient Central Asian past. The city has a mixture of modern new office buildings, hotels, parks and crumbling Soviet style apartment blocks. The streets are generally clean and there are not too many potholes in the city center. Further out, the infrastructure is not so good.
  
Over the last few years the Uzbek government has embarked on a major reconstruction program in the centre of the city. Roads, government buildings and parks are all being reconstructed (many historical buildings and sites are bulldozed in process). To the visitor, the new city looks very impressive, although many of the local residents have yet to see any improvement in their residential areas.
Tashkent is waiting for a boom. The infrastructure, hotels and shops are there but the influx of people and business has failed to materialise. This is caused in part by a combination of government policy and bad publicity.

Although Uzbek is now the official language, Russian is the native language for most Tashkent dwellers, although most also speak Uzbek. Most businesses use Russian in their signs, menus and other printed material. Only government institutions use Uzbek as the first language, and even then, many government forms and reports are in Russian, rather than Uzbek. Currently, Uzbek uses the Latin alphabet rather than the Cyrillic that was used during the Soviet Union. This is a source of some confusion for many Uzbeks, especially those of the older generation. Shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union, and Uzbekistan declared independence in 1991, the written Uzbek language was converted back into Latin characters. Many older Uzbeks have difficulty reading the Latin characters. Uzbek is a Turkic-based language, and while Uzbeks and Turks cannot completely communicate directly, the better educated on both sides can usually find some common understanding.

Many of the signs in Tashkent are in Cyrillic. A significant number of Russian words are similar to their English counterparts. Learning the Cyrillic alphabet — which is not as difficult as one might think — will help a traveller to read signs and in restaurants. It is very useful for the casual visitor to Tashkent to learn a few basic Russian or Uzbek words and phrases. If you need to speak English, young people are your best bet, and even then there is no guarantee that they will speak more than very basic English.
The name Tashkent is usually derived from the Turkish word "tash" (stone) and the Persian word "kent" (city), meaning "city of stones". Another opinion refers to the Sogdian word "tschatsch", meaning "place on a hill".
Tashkent has a population of 2,2 million people (2005).

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