The Ancient Silkroad 15 Days

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Step back into the 13th century as you visit the cities of the legendary Silk Road. Travel to the Tianshan Mountain and through deserts as you venture over roads, which were traveled by silk traders and monks for thousands of years. The Silk Road still beckons those who seek to discover its exotic and ancient mysteries.

The 2,000-year-old Silk Road has demonstrated a lasting charm through the centuries. Today it still attracts thousands of tourists from across the world with its rich historic sites, cultural relics, beautiful scenery and colorful folklore. The Silk Road is the legendary overland trade route from China to the capital of Rome Empire. It connects two very contrasting worlds – East and West: the two cultures of Asia and Europe.

Travel along the ancient Silk Road, discover the mysterious and historical Silk Road, and explore Islamic and Buddhist civilizations and, see the ruins and the classical architectures.
Join our the Ancient Silkroad Tour, will take you to the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, a local family visit in Turpan, the famous Sunday Bazaar in Kashgar and more…

History will come to life!

280 Madison Ave Suite 907,
New York, Ny 10016
Phone number: 1-212-679-6888
Fax number: 1-212-679-6851
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