Astana City Tour (full-day)1 Day | Independence Square, Kazakh Eli monument, Khazret Sultan Mosque, Palace of Peace and Reconciliation, Bayterek monument, Green Water Boulevard, Round Square, Khan Shatyr

Astana City Tour (full-day)

Classical day long tour in Astana features visits to main sights in the capital of Kazakhstan. Walking on Astana streets in this tour, you will see how eastern traditional shapes harmonize with Western architecture.

Tour itinerary:

Your guide and driver will meet you at hotel lobby in Astana. Start touring Astana on Independence Square with gorgeous fountains, 91 meter high snow-white stele Kazakh Eli, Khazret Sultan Mosque, and Palace of Peace and Reconciliation. Cross Ishim River and continue sightseeing on the left bank of the river. Visit Bayterek monument to enjoy breath-taking panoramic view on the city on the top of the monument. Take a walk on Green Water Boulevard and visit the Round Square. At the end of the tour, visit shopping and entertainment center Khan Shatyr

Duration: 5-6 hours

 

Price includes:

  1. Transportation;
  2. Sightseeing tour in Astana with local guide;
  3. Entrance fees to sights as per itinerary.

 

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