If you want a good introduction to Tajikistan, but don’t have a lot of time, consider this 4-day tour. Start from Samarkand, and cross to Panjakent on the Tajik side. Panjakent is famous for its ancient ruins (all that remains of a city that was resettled in the 8th century by Arab conquerers) and the Rudaki Museum, dedicated to the famous Persian poet who was born here. From Panjakent, head into the Fann Mountains, where you will see the Seven Lakes.
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Tajikistan is the most unusual country in Central Asia. Take 6-day Tajikistan tour from Tashkent to this unique land, and your heart will be impressed with beautiful mountain peaks touching the sky, cold lakes reflecting unlimited sky. In 6 days, you will travel from north to south, from city to city, from steppes to mountain passes.
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Tajikistan and Uzbekistan share a lot of history, though they also have much that differs. This three-day trip will take you from Uzbekistan to some of the most interesting ancient sites in Tajikistan. After departing from Tashkent, spend a day in Khujand, which has been a famous historical point since the times of Alexander the Great. The museums in Khujand are interesting and informative, and are excellent ways to immerse yourself in the history of the region. Take a little time for modern Khujand with a stop at the Panjshanbe Bazaar. Next, head to Penjikent, well known as the birthplace of Rudaki (a famous Persian poet) and the home of ruins, all that remains of an ancient city. Finish up your tour in Samarkand.