City Tours

Our city tours are the perfect way to maximize your time in the major cities of Uzbekistan. Sightseeing in a large, unfamiliar city can seem overwhelming, but our guides are experienced, knowledgeable and ready to help make your day as memorable as possible. On our city tours in Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara or Khiva you will be introduced to the city’s most popular sights by a local guide and learn relevant and little-known background information on the city’s history, culture and traditions. Check out the links below for further information on city-specific Uzbekistan day tours.


Tashkent City Tour
from US$ 38
1 Day | Old City, Khazret-Imam Complex, Chorsu Bazaar, Tashkent Metro, Amir Timur Square
Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and the largest city in Central Asia. The city is more than 2200 years old and one of the largest metropolitan areas in the region. Rebuilt after a devastating earthquake in 1966, the Tashkent of today is a fascinating blend of traditional Islamic architecture, Soviet-style apartment blocks and boulevards, and the rapidly-changing landscape of a 21st century city.
Ancient Fortresses of Khorezm Tour
from US$ 83
1 Day | Toprak-Kala, Kyzyl-Kala, Ayaz-Kala, Kirk-Kyz Kala

The ancient Khorezm fortresses tour is a day-long, private tour designed to introduce tourists to these fascinating, historical remains of northwestern Uzbekistan. Participants will see all of the major fortresses, collectively known as the ‘Desert Castles of Ancient Khorezm’, all while receiving background information and private transportation to and from each location.

Shakhrisabz City Tour
from US$ 58
1 Day | Dorus Saodat Memorial Complex, Dor-ut Tilovat Ensemble, Ak-Saray Palace
Shakhrisabz is a small yet historically significant town in Uzbekistan, known as the birthplace of Tamerlane and a UNESCO World Heritage site. On a Shakhrisabz city day tour, visitors will have the chance to tour the town’s historically significant sites, learn more about its history and taste the famous regional meat dish ‘tandir go’sht’.
One-Day Samarkand City Tour
from US$ 61
1 Day | Registan Square, Ulugbek Madrasah, Sher-Dor Madrasah, Tilla-Kori Madrasah, Siab Bazaar, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Shakhi Zinda, Mausoleum of Gur-Emir, Ulugbek Observatory
A one-day city tour of Samarkand will give you an in-depth glimpse into the most beloved and mystical city in all of Uzbekistan. With such magnificent attractions as the Registan, Gul Emir, Ulugbek Observatory and Shakhi Zinda, Samarkand is well worth the visit and will certainly not disappoint.
One-Day Khiva City Tour
from US$ 39
1 Day | Ichan-Qala, Kunya-Ark fortress, Kalta Minor Tower, Muhammad Amin-Khan, Mukhammad Rahimkhan Madrasa, Juma Mosque, Tash-Hauli Palace, Necropolis of Pahlavan Mahmud, Residence of Islam Khodja
The one day Khiva City Tour will guide travelers through this ancient, mysterious city of Uzbekistan’s western Khorazm region. The travel package includes an in-depth walking tour of the famed Ichan-Qala and all its major sites, including Kalta Minor Tower, Juma Mosque and Tash-Hauli Palace.
Nukus City Tour and Savitsky Museum
from US$ 89
1 Day | Mizdakhan Necropolis, Mazlumkhan Sulu Mausoleum, Mausoleum of Shamun Nabi, Halika Erjep Madrasah, Gyaur-Kala Fortress, Museum of the Karakalpak poet Berdakh, House-museum of Ahmet and Ayimkhan Shamuratov, Savitsky Karakalpakstan Art Museum
A Nukus City Tour will acquaint you with the capital of Karakalpakstan, a semi-autonomous region in northern Uzbekistan and one of the most ancient centers of civilization in the country. You’ll also tour the Savitsky Museum (Nukus Museum of Art), renowned for its unique collection of Igor Savitsky’s works and traditional Karakalpak art.
Two-Day Termez Tour
from US$ 325 | Single supplement US$ 30
2 Days | Tashkent, Termez, Jarkurgan, Kumkurgan, Shurchi, Boysun, Derbent, Samarkand
Termez is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia, situated in a cradle of civilization and filled with ancient Buddhist temples, sacred Sufi holy sites, coins and pottery from dynasties long vanished from the earth. On a 2-day Termez Tour with OrexCA, you’ll delve into the mysterious and diverse past of Termez, an historical adventure that won’t be soon forgotten.
Two-Day Fergana Valley Tour
from US$ 176 | Single supplement US$ 35
2 Days | Tashkent, Kokand, Rishtan, Fergana, Kuva, Margilan
The Fergana Valley is a picturesque and populous region in eastern Uzbekistan, with many of the inhabitants found in the cities of Kokand, Rishtan, Fergana, Kuva and Margilan. A two-day Fergana Valley Tour will take travelers through each of these cities to see the major historical attractions and artisan workshops for silk making, ceramics and carpet weaving.
Two-Day Samarkand City Tour
from US$ 132
2 Days | Registan Square, Ulugbek Madrasah, Sher-Dor Madrasah, Tilla-Kori Madrasah, Siab Bazaar, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Shakhi Zinda, Mausoleum of Gur-Emir, Ulugbek Observatory, Afrosiab, Mausoleum of Khodja Daniyar, Konigil village, Oriental Silk carpet factory
Samarkand is a city so rich in culture and history that there is simply not enough time to experience it all in a day! With the two-day Samarkand city tour package, you can leisurely wander the ‘must-see’ sites of this enchanting city – Registan, Ulugbek Observatory, Shakhi Zinda - and still have time for the more hands-on experiences of carpet-weaving, paper-making and exploring an archeological excavation site.
Two-Day Khiva City Tour
from US$ 81
2 Days | Ichan-Qala, Kunya-Ark fortress, Kalta Minor Tower, Muhammad Amin-Khan, Mukhammad Rahimkhan Madrasa, Juma Mosque, Tash-Hauli Palace, Necropolis of Pahlavan Mahmud, Residence of Islam Khodja, Dishan-Qala, Nurullaboy Palace, Khorezm Mamum Academy Museum, Khiva Ice-House, Toza-Bog Palace, Residence of Muhammad Rakhim Khan II, Kharrot Tourist Complex, Oriental Farmer’s Bazaar
The two day Khiva City Tour will guide travelers through this ancient, mysterious city of Uzbekistan’s western Khorazm region. The travel package includes an in-depth walking tour of the famed Ichan-Qala, followed by an exploration of the famous sites in and around Dishan-Qala.