Ashgabat city tour


Duration: 3 days - 2 nights
Itinerary: Ashgabat
Meeting guests at the international airport in Ashgabat

Old Nisa - included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, is one of the first capitals of the Parthian Empire (III century BC - III century AD), which is among the largest state entities of the ancient world.

The Turkmenbashi Ruhi Mosque is the main mosque in Turkmenistan, the largest single-domed mosque in the world and the largest in Central Asia, where 20,000 people can pray at one time.

Kow-ata (Turkmen Köw-ata), Bakharden Lake - a natural underground lake. The name translated from Turkmen means “father of caves”. Located 100 kilometers from Ashgabat. The water temperature is from +33 to +38 ° C all year round.

The Eastern Bazaar "Altyn Asyr" (Tolkuchka) is the first largest market in Ashgabat and Turkmenistan, and the 5th in Central Asia, there are 2,155 stores. It was built in the shape of a carpet-like pattern of the Akhal velayat, a vast territory of 154 hectares.

Carpet Museum - The museum exhibits about 2000 carpet exhibits, including rare ones. The museum has the world's largest handmade carpet with a total area of 301 m², which in 2003 was included in the Guinness Book of Records.

State Historical Museum - Over 130 thousand exhibits have been collected in the museum. The museum contains thousands of archaeological sites from the old Nisa and Ancient Merv. The museum houses collections of old Turkmen carpets, rare samples of national clothes and fabrics, items of traditional life, items made of precious metals, weapons, and awards.

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Тур по Ашгабаду

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