Visit to the ‘Lyabi-Hauz’ Ensemble, ‘Nodir Divan Begi’ Madrassah, ‘Kukeldash’ Madrasah - the largest madrasah in Bukhara, ‘Ulugbek’ Madrasah - the only building that existing from the times of the famous "scientist on the throne" of Ulugbek. ‘Kalyan’ Minaret, without which it is impossible to imagine the silhouette of Bukhara. Next to the minaret is ‘Kalyan’ Mosque and the Muslim spiritual school – ‘Mir-i-Arab’ madrasah that is acting from the 16th century to the present day.
The Ark Citadel, ‘Bolo Hauz’ Mosque, domed trading buildings- ‘taki I tymi’. The mausoleum of Ismail Samani is the oldest surviving building of Central Asia. Mausoleum of Chashma Ayub ("The Source of Job"). The legend of the monument is connected with the prophet Job (Ayub).
Visit the ‘Bahauddin Naqshbandi’ mausoleum. There is one of the most important religious places of Bukhara in 12 kilometers from Bukhara. ‘Sitorai Mohi Hosa’. There is the summer residence of the last Bukhara emirs in 4 kilometers to north from Bukhara - the palace of ‘Sitorai Mohi-Khosa’.
‘Chor Bakr’ Ensemble. If you travel 8 kilometers to the west from Bukhara, you will find yourself in the main attraction of this village of the ‘Chor necropolis*, which is better known as the "city of the dead" in the West and it is also inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Registan Square is surrounded with beautiful buildings from three sides: ‘Ulugbek’ madrasah, ‘Sher-dor’ madrasah and ‘Till-Kari’ madrassah. The ‘Bibi-khanum’ mosque. A beautiful legend is associated with her, according to which the formidable governor built a mosque for his beloved wife Bibi-Khanum. ‘Guri-Emir’ Mausoleum, where the remains of the great commander Amir Timur are reposed.
The Shoh-i-Zinda ensemble consists of eleven mausoleums, which were joined in sequence to each other during the XIV-XVcenturies. Mausoleum of Saint Daniel - a unique place of pilgrimage - the mausoleum of the spiritual keeper of Samarkand and the prophet of the three world religions - Khoja Danier (biblical prophet Daniel). Ulugbek Observatory - a vivid confirmation of the significant development of architecture, science and culture in Central Asia in the XIV-XV centuries.