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One of the most intriguing country, known for its mausoleums, mosques,and sites related to the Silk Route. The fascinating stories of the Silk Route, the ancient cities, its architecture, the sights everything about Uzbekistan is mesmerizing. From the disappearing Aral Sea, Nuratau Mountains, to the booming cities of today, Uzbekistan has it all. You can see the ancient Islamic architecture in the mosaic-covered domes and glittering minarets.

You will also see the classical Russian architecture next to blocky Brutalist buildings. The ancient towns of Bukhara, Samarkand,and Khiva are living museums and are protected by UNESCO. You can wander the streets of Uzbekistan and get lost in its rich history in every turn.

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The capital of Uzbekistan is Tashkent. The hustle and bustle of Tashkent are very unlike the other parts of Uzbekistan. It has very little left over from its ancient past after the earthquake of 1966. The city hasmore modern building, office complexes, hotels and parks as compared to the other cities. The Infrastructure of Tashkent looks impressive to visitors.

Tashkent’s markets add to the attraction where you can shop for spices, seasonal fruits,and grains.

  • This high-speed train which travels between Tashkent and Samarkand passes through four provinces.
  • Sailgokh Street also called as ‘Broadway’ by the locals, has street artists and painters displaying their artworks.
  • The Amir Temur Square is named after the founder and commander of a vast medieval empire.
  • Amir Temur was a statesman and commander of XIV century. He managed to bring together 27 countries
  • The library was founded in 1870 as a Public library but later became the State Public Library.




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Shahi Zinda Mausoleum complex


On the outskirts of Samarkand, on Afrasiab hill, is a complex of mausoleums called Shahi Zinda which in Persian translated to “The Living King. .” Amongst which is the Mausoleum of Kussam ibn Abbas who was a cousin of Prophet Muhammad. Legend says that Kusam Ibn Abbas came to Samarkand to preach Islam but was beheaded, and a visit to the mausoleum is equated to a visit to the Mecca. ”

Shahi Zinda complexwas built during 9th to 14th centuries. An extant complex consisting of eleven mausoleums is attached to each other in a series. The mausoleumsare also included in the UNESCO list of protected site.

Islam Khoja complex


Islam Khoja was an advisor to Khiva Khan and this ensemble which consists of a Minaret and Madrassah. It is one of the most recognizable monuments here.

The tapering design and the horizontal pattern of the glazed claddingof the minaret make it appear taller. The view of the city from the top of the minaret is just fantastic. The enclosed courtyards, the winding maze of streets, bright domes of spires, towers and mosques, everything just appears impressive from the top of Islam Khoja complex.

Uzbekistan Tashkent City Tour


One of the most intriguing country, known for its mausoleums, mosques,and sites related to the Silk Route. The fascinating stories of the Silk Route, the ancient cities, its architecture, the sights everything about Uzbekistan is mesmerizing. .

From the disappearing Aral Sea, Nuratau Mountains, to the booming cities of today, Uzbekistan has it all. You can see the ancient Islamic architecture in the mosaic-covered domes and glittering minarets. You will also see the classical Russian architecture next to blocky Brutalist buildings. The ancient towns of Bukhara, Samarkand,and Khiva are living museums and are protected by UNESCO. You can wander the streets of Uzbekistan and get lost in its rich history in every turn.

FAQ's

Thinking about traveling in Uzbekistan? Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! If you are feeling nervous, or just have some questions – here are some of the answers I give to some of the most frequently asked questions about traveling in Uzbekistan.


1ISIT HELPFUL TO KNOW RUSSIAN WHEN TRAVELING IN UZBEKISTAN?
Knowing Russian is not necessary but it is of no harm speaking and understanding a few basic Russian words which can come handy. Although our staff and guides can speak fluent English and are always there to help you during sightseeing and excursions.
2WHERE CAN I FIND A GUIDE BOOK IN ENGLISH?
There is a place in Tashkent called City Books (город кни) г where you can find good guide books for your tour in Tashkent like Bradt Guide, Lonely Planet, Tashkent Today which tell you the best places to see and shop.
3WHAT IS THE CURRENCY OF UZBEKISTAN?
The local currency is called “soʻm”. 1 Indian Rupee is equal is approximately 117 soʻm & U$ 1 will get you approximately 8,400 soʻm.
4WHAT CURRENCY SHOULD WE CARRY TO UZBEKISTAN?
You may carry US dollars or Euros which can be easily changed to local soʻm at one of the numerous currency exchanges in the cities.
5WHERE SHOULD I EXCHANGE MY MONEY?
Rates in town vary depending on the shop you visit to exchange your money and Airports and Hotel Rates are not up to the mark. So, you can go to the market and find the shop that gives you the best price.
6WHAT KIND OF TOURISTS WOULD LIKE TO VISIT TASHKENT?
All types of tourists visit Tashkent ranging from Honeymoon couples, Small Family Groups, Large Families, Friends and even Corporate office people.
7WHAT IS THE STATUS ON THE AVAILABLITY OF INDIAN FOOD?
Tashkent city, the most popular tourist destination in Uzbekistan certainly has a few authentic Indian restaurants that cater to Indian tourists and local patrons alike. Tourists on Tashkent Tour Package from India always have the option to eat authentic and delicious Indian meals.
8WHAT IS THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT?
When you arrive in Uzbekistan, you need to register within 5 days of arriving and if you are arriving on a 30-day visa through the airport, then you don’t really need to register. Uzbekistan only requires you to register once upon arrival and you need not register for every city you visit.You can register at the Immigration Police office (OVIR) anywhere in Uzbekistan.
9HOW ARE THE TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES IN UZBEKISTAN?
The major cities in Uzbekistan have nice and clean roads with smooth traffic. The highways have beautiful and multi lane roads for easy driving. The trains are generally safe, but you should be careful of your belongings. Blankets and sheets will be provided to you by a car attendant at the beginning of the trip and collected by the attendant at the end of the trip.
10SHOULD ONE DRIVE IN UZBEKISTAN?
With such a good transportation system where you can go anywhere with plane, truck or bus at reasonable rates, it is avoidable to drive on your own. When in Uzbekistan, one should opt for public transport.
11WHAT ABOUT THE PUBLIC FACILITIES AVAILABLE?
Pay a small fee and you can use the public facilities available in the city. Private facilities (those attached to restaurants and cafes) tend to be western-style toilets,

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