Tashkent Tour

A rich cultural program to the most interesting cities of Uzbekistan, in particular to Tashkent is prepared by the organizer of the International Legal Forum "Tashkent Law Spring".

For additional cost of only $ 50 Forum participants can visit and get acquainted with the unique historical and cultural sites of Tashkent city.

The tour package includes services of comfortable buses, lunch, visiting the treasures of the State Museum of Arts of Uzbekistan, Tashkent tour on "Double-decker" bus visiting the Kukeldash Madrasah, mosque "Minor" and «Hazrati Imom» complex. Also, only for the Forum participants there will be organized a grandiose performance at the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi.

Taking into account the beginning of the tourist season, Forum participants can choose only one of the five presented directions (Bukhara, Samarkand, Khiva-Nukus, Ferghana or Tashkent).

April 27

1030-1230

Visit to The State Art Museum of Uzbekistan

The State Art Museum of Uzbekistan was established in 1918
as a museum of National University, later since 1935 it was renamed into The State Art Museum of Uzbekistan.

The exposition of the Museum widely presents fragments of decor in the form of veneers of carved glazed terracotta, mosaic, majolica, used in the decoration of monuments of architecture of XIII-XVIII centuries. 

1300 – 1500

Lunch

1500  1800

Tashkent tour on «Double-decker» bus

(tour includes excursion to the old and new Tashkent)

1540-1600

Visiting Kukeldash Madrasah

Kukeldash Madrasah was built in XVI century (1570) during the reign of the Shaibanids by a vizier, who was close to Tashkent sultans Barak-Khan and Darwish Khan. The Vizier was nicknamed "kukeltash" (‘Kukeldash’), which means "foster-brother of Khan”.

Kukeldash Madrasah is one of the largest madrasah of the XVI century, preserved in Central Asia. It was built of burnt bricks in a traditional style of madrasah: a large courtyard surrounded by monastic cells-khujdras, a darshana (class room) and a mosque. 

1640-1700

Visiting «Minor» mosque

«Minor» mosque is called among people as «white-stoned».

In this part of the city during a long period of time was a single minaret, thereby the mosque and the cemetery behind the mosque is named Minor. 

1740-1800

Visiting «Hazrati Imam» complex.

Hast-Imam” officially “Hazrati Imam” complex, means “Saint Imam” (head of muslim community) was built in 2007, when Tashkent was titled as a “center of the Islamic culture”.

Inside the complex there is a mausoleum of the 16th century of Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Ismoil Al Kaffal ash Shoshiy.

There are also 16th century madrasah «Barak-khan», 19th century madrasah «Muyi-Мuborak», where original Koran of Usman Khalif and other ancient holly books are kept.

1800 – 1945

Visit to the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi

The State Academic Bolshoi Theatre of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi is deservedly considered the leading theatre of Uzbekistan and its national pride, the attractive center of musical and theatrical culture.