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Bishkek Free Tour is a non-profit initiative, which aims at providing introduction to main sights and every day life of Bishkek to city visitors. All our guides are volunteers who love their city and want to share their love with others. It is 1.5...more
I have opted to try the Felt Master Class to learn how Kyrgz do their work of art with Felt. You really need a lot of patience in creating an A4 size art work. And I’m really amazed how they could create even a carpet...More
all the positive reviews were old ones, if you read the reviews left behind by latest visitors, it seems no guide has turned up for the tour for a few months already! i personally reached 30minutes beforehand and waited an hour and not a single...More
I had a great time going on the walking tour of Bishkek. I was only able to do the tour on a Saturday and they were very accommodating. The guides, Dinara and Aliia, were well informed and very entertaining as they took me to all...More
First of i wanna thank my two amazing tour guides!! It was a great tour in Bishkek with lots of informations about the mayor sites here. I can defenitely recommend ig to everybody as it is a tip based tour you only give how much...More
Visiting Bishkek, there aren't many tours - especially group tours that you can join, so I was grateful that there was a free walking tour of the city. As for the tour, it was very informative and gave great information about the city, but what...More
The best option of city tour of Bishkek is to do walking tour.
I would love to reccommend to start a tour from Memorial WW2 Victory Square. Because this location used to be the center of old Bishkek in 19th century.
Later start walking to...More