This city, which lies in the Serafshan Valley, has retained its original charm. Once one of the main cities of the Silk Road, where all traders rushed to sell their wares, including carpets and jewelry. Although Islam was born elsewhere, Bukhara was an important focus of its development. The city is home to hundreds of Islamic schools, madrasas, and so many mosques and shrines. Historical sights such as the Ark (Citadel of I-IV centuries), the whole Poi-Kalan (XV-XVI centuries), Medresen Ulugbek and Abdul Aziz (XV-XVII centuries) all recall the Labi-Khouse (XVI-XVII centuries) medieval centuries. Overnight at hotel.