Unesco Carpet Weaving Shop
Jewish Community Centre & Synagogue
East Line Tour
In a town that's perfect for exploring on bike, this is the only agency that rents them (US$15 per day, leave your passport as a...
Lyabi-Hauz, a plaza built around a pool in 1620 (the name is Tajik for ‘around the pool’), is the most peaceful and interesting spot in...
This pioneering, family-run cafe has good coffee available and well-intended, if rather slow service. There's a selection of sweet items...
Still Bukhara's most charming restaurant is this perennially popular place with a fantastic roof terrace on which to dine al fresco in...
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Unesco Carpet Weaving Shop information
This no longer has anything to do with Unesco (which helped them launch in 2001), but you can still observe weavers here hand making pricey silk carpets and suzani with unique Bukhara designs.