The one time caravan stops on the Central Asian Silk Road, modern Kyrgyzstan is pocketed with political and revolutionary influences, ensuring cultural travelers discover an intriguing blend of iconic towers and monuments to the past. Explore outside of the capital, Bishkek, and luxury journeys in Kyrgyzstan lead to ruined citadels, carved Turkic tombstones and bustling livestock markets, which provide an entertaining and often chaotic glimpse at rural life in Central Asia. Remnants of Bolshevik Revolution are in evidence within the capital's State Museum and exploring the steeped rugged landscapes of Kyrgyzstan on luxury tours presents an enthralling glimpse at rural life still heavily influenced by Lenin and Socialism.
Begin your Silk Road journey in Xi’an with a special guided visit to the world-famous army of Terracotta Warriors. Explore caves full of sacred artistic treasures in the Silk Road oases of Dunhuang, Urumqi and Turpan. Then venture further off the beaten path into the wild, untouched landscapes of Kyrgyzstan....
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