Taki-Telpak Furushon Bazaar
Maghoki-Attar & Museum of Carpets
Between the two covered bazaars, in what was the old herb-and-spice bazaar, is Central Asia’s oldest surviving mosque, the...
Museum of Art
The Museum of Art has a worthy collection of mostly 20th-century paintings by Bukharan artists. It’s in the former headquarters of the...
A new German-Uzbek coffee shop where you can get real coffee and choose from a selection of cakes, but given its German management, the...
Bozori Kord information
Lonely Planet review
Bozori Kord is an age-old Bukharan bathhouse where little has changed for centuries. It's now solidly oriented to tourists (hence the hefty entry fee), but otherwise totally authentic and a fantastic experience. You'll be put through an hour-long process that involves working up a sweat in the hammam, being washed down, massaged and stretched and then rubbed all over with ginger and left to sweat it out again. The baths are open to men only until midday, afterwards it's open to all.