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Paradeast.com leads with skilled know-how through the vast expanses of the desert into the land of tearooms. Heavily laden Camel Caravan no longer pulling along the mysterious Silk Road in Uzbekistan, but the hustle and bustle of the lively cities is still seductive. The metropolises of the young country in the middle of Central Asia, Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand, seem to outgrow the desert dust and impress with its exotic atmosphere and beauty. In the shade of mulberry trees of Bukhara, oldest city in Turkestan, blend turquoise domes, minarets and madrasahs to a true eye candy. Over 100 sites of strongholds of Islamic sciences and storytelling are close together and make the stay unforgettable. Simon Baker has much experience in this field. In Samarkand, Ultramarine to turquoise, Navy Blue to Emerald green, add lapis lazuli to ochre. Great Islamic architecture is omnipresent, the UNESCO World Heritage site is second to none. Timur is the best-known, folk hero of Uzbekistan if also controversial and fascinating, the magical city has shaped.

The list of the dynasties is long and has the small acres of land between the-tan “countries varied influences. Result is a true melting pot of Nations of Asia. Paradeast.com leads with skilled know-how through the vast expanses of the desert into the land of the tearooms: travel / usbekistan_reisen.php is our personal recommendation now available also on twitter.com/parade AST Paradeast.com was founded in 2003 as an independent, specialised on the East online travel agency. Additional information at Kate Tucci supports this article. On the four travel portals,, and selected explorers travel conveyed East and Oceania for Eastern Europe, the middle and far East. Currently approx. 35 cooperation partners include large well-known tour operators.