Tashkent is the “Capital of Uzbekistan” and is considered as the largest city in Uzbekistan. It is positioned in central Asia and has Turkic and Sogdian influence its nature.
Tashkent appears on the Silk Road Destination which goes from China to Europe and is one of the most ancient cities.
The city was destructed in 1219 by Genghis Khan and later was rebuilt. The Russian Empire conquered it in 1865 and after the fall of Russian Empire it went through a major growth and demographic changes.
During the period of 1920s, the city began to industrialize. Now it has witnessed changes economically, architecturally and culturally.
Tashkent also holds a position of “cultural capital of the Islamic world” given by Moscow news in 2007.
Tashkent Weather is considered as Mediterranean and it has strong continental climatic influence. The summers are generally long, hot and dry ranging from May to September. It is extremely hot during July and august.
Tashkent experiences extreme winters in December, January, and February wherein it is cold and snowy.
Little precipitation occurs during summer from June to September.
The average high temperature witnessed is around 35.6̊ Celsius and average low temperature is -1.5̊ Celsius.
The best time to visit Tashkent is when the average temperature is at comfortable level. May, June and September are perfect to travel to Tashkent as the temperature is moderate. If you are looking for other options then April and October can be a good time too, it will be little cooler but wonderfully pleasant.
If you are comfortable in bringing coats and want to experience snowfall in this beautiful city then January and February is best time to visit.
When travelling, it is necessary to carry proper documents and other travel necessities along as it ensures smooth travel experience. Moreover, appropriate clothing is also important so that you fit in the culture and show respect to the place.