Walk in the countryside park “Bogi Shamol”, visit to the literary museum of the last Temurid and the first Mughal - Zahiraddin Muhammad Babur
20 km drive to the old part of Andijan. Visit to the craft center. Visiting the madrasah and the mosque of Jami of the early XX century. Walk through the handicraft rows of Andijan Bazaar.
15 km from Andijan-and we are in Kuva. Observing the ruins of the medieval center of glass production.
60 km way from Fergana to Akhsikath – the summer residence of Temurids in the end of XV century.
30 km more and we arrive in Chust, on a visit to the master of handmade Uzbek headwear – Chust Duppi.
110 km return to Fergana.
25-kilometer drive to the suburb of Margilan, walk through the largest Bazaar in the Fergana Valley – Kumtepa. Walking through the craft rows.
10 km way to Margilan. Visiting the local craft center producing “ikat” ornament fabrics “Said Akhmad-Khwaja”. Acquaintance with silk production and decoration of fabrics by applying stamps "chitgarlik".
10-kilometer drive to the Northern part of Margilan. Visit to the architectural complex of the late XIX century – “Pir Siddiq”.
Return to Fergana (25 km).
Walk into the Fergana suburban park. Watching the Fergana Regional Drama Theatre.
Rishtan – one of the most ancient cities in the valley on the Great Silk Road. Since ancient times, it has been known as the largest center for the production of unique glazed ceramics in Central Asia.
Visit to the craftsman of ishkor glaze.
In the Western part of the Fergana valley, in the lower reaches of the Sokh river and only 25 km from the Syr Darya river, Kokand is located. Kokand can be translated as – "wonderful place". On all sides the city is surrounded by fertile lands, but sometimes there are islands of sand dunes and gravel. Today, Kokand is among cotton fields, vineyards and vegetable plantations, allowing one to grow rich harvests of root crops, cotton and juicy grapes.