Ride a bicycle across Tashkent with your Private Guide.
Exploring Tashkent by bike is amazing - with almost no bike paths and a non-developed biking culture. The philosophy is to take you to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the city, with tours led by story-teller guide to increase opportunity for learning and local insight. I'll take you by bike to many points of interest around the city with lots of photo opportunities. You'll be filled in on local info past and present, with plenty of laughs along the way.
I have a few MTB-bicycles at your disposal, so you can discover Tashkent on two wheels! My bike tours are an informative, unique way to see our beautiful capital. A great way to meet new friends, orientate yourself and simply have lots of fun.
Time of starting this tour is flexible. We can start at 9. 00 AM, 4. 00PM or 6. 00PM.
Let's meet on the entrance doors of "Uzbekistan" Hotel.
We will cycle around city center and see: Amir Temur Square, Tashkent "Broadway", Navoi Opera and Ballet Theatre, Eco Park, Istiqlol Square, National Park, Abulkasim Madrassah, Circus, Old Town, Khast Imam Square and residenship area around.
At 22:00 we can finish a tour at any place of the city you wish.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Tashkent. "Uzbekistan" hotel.
I can meet you in your hotel or any desired place you will appoint.
End location: Tashkent. "Uzbekistan" Hotel.
We can finish the tour at your hotel or any desired place you will appoint.
Duration: 5 hours
Rain or snow might affect on this tour.
- My time and service as your private guide.
- City tour on Author Mystic (2015) MTB-bicycles. Helmet is included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25000 soum - Water. Entrance tickets to the sites.
Entrance tickets to museums and other sites.
Lunches and Dinners.
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I took a 4-5 hour cycling tour of Tashkent with Aziz. Overall, it was a pleasant experience: His communication prior to the tour was excellent, he showed up on time, and, as I had requested, he brought a bike big enough for my 6'5" frame. Luckily we were touring on a light-traffic Sunday because traffic and infrastructure in Tashkent are not ideal for cycling. We hit many of the major sites, had lunch, and Aziz did a great job of explaining the culture and history and showing me around. Recommended