Tashkent Metro: Everything You Need to Know!

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Tashkent Metro: Everything You Need to Know!

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You may have heard about Tashkent city a lot because of its unparalleled beauty. It blends history and new-age modernity perfectly. The best example of this is the Tashkent Metro. Experiencing the metro journey in Tashkent is an extraordinary experience.

From taking a subway to the metro to walking through the metro station, you will be awestruck by the unbeaten architecture in every corner of the station. Tashkent metro station is the most spectacular in the whole world.

If you are in the city and want to explore the metro station in Tashkent, you are at the right place. We will share everything you must know about the Tashkent metro before visiting, from ticket booking to timings to prices.

Tashkent Metro Ticket Price

A ticket is a basic thing required for traveling in the Tashkent metro. But the question is the price of the metro ticket. Let us tell you that! As soon as you enter the station, you will find a yellow panel saying “Kassa”, where you can buy a QR ticket. The price of the Tashkent metro ticket is 1400 Uzbeki Som. The QR ticket can only used once and remains valid up to one hour after purchase.

You can ride all the metro stations with one ticket if you are not exiting the station. So, this is how you can explore the Tashkent metro station for one price only.
 
Top 10 Stunning Tashkent Metro Stations

Tashkent metro station is no less than an attraction in the city. It is worth a visit because of its spectacular outlook. Some metro stations are exceptionally astounding, and you must see them at least once. We have curated this list of the top 10 phenomenal metro stations to make you visit these amazing stations.

1. G’afur G’ulom


Opened on November 6, 1989, G’afur G’ulom is the most brilliantly constructed metro station. This metro station is named after a popular Uzbek poet, writer, and translator. He was the most prominent writer of the 20th century. The two things that make G’afur G’ulom station stand out are the turquoise blue columns and vibrant ceramic wall art. As you step inside this metro station, you will see the out-of-the-world art of S. Sultonmuradov.

2. Tinchlik


Tinchlik is one of the spectacular Tashkent metro stations. Unrolled on April 30, 1991, Tinchlik station is adorned with marble columns, stained glass walls, crystal chandeliers, and illuminating lamps. Besides, the colorfully decorated walls add more charm to the presence of this metro station. With each step you take, the eccentric aura of this place will unfold in front of you.

3. Alisher Navoi


The Alisher Navoi is one of the stunning metro stations in Tashkent. Named after the noteworthy Uzbek poet of the 15th century, Alisher Navoi is the highlight of the Tashkent metro. The mosque-like architecture of this metro station’s ceiling adds traditional charm. With blue & golden-layered domes and blue ceramic tile art on the wall, this station captivates the attention of everyone who visits.
 
4. Beruniy


Beruniy is yet another incredible Tashkent metro station, which is named after the poet Al-Biruni. The best thing about this station is the marble-patterned dome and the beautiful chandeliers on the ceiling. The overall look of this metro station is mesmerizing to see.
 
5. Kosmonavtlar


Kosmonavtlar is another one-of-a-kind Tashkent metro station. This station was opened on December 31, 1984, to pay tribute to the cosmonauts of the Soviet Union. The blue ceramic walls feature the finest pioneers of the Soviet space program. Kosmonavtlar’s ceiling represents the Milky Way, creating a space-themed atmosphere. If you are a space enthusiast, Kosmonavtlar is a perfect place to explore. You rarely see a metro station like Kosmonavtlar, which replicates the Milky Way galaxy.

6. Pushkin


Pushkin metro station in Tashkent is one of the most stunning of all. Named after Alexander Pushkin, a popular Russian poet and playwright, Pushkin is a magnificent Tashkent metro station. The radiating yellow light gives the visitors a feeling of the corridors of Hogwarts. If you are a Harry Potter fan, you will love the vibe of this metro station. The lighting of this station is quite bright and glowing, making it look magical.

7. Novza


Novza metro station was previously known as Hamza after Hamza Niyazi, who was a renowned Uzbek poet and playwright. The ceiling of this station is in hexagonal style and put in honeycomb patterned order in the entire main hall ceiling. It is one of the best Tashkent metro stations that you will see in the city.

8. Mustaqillik Maydoni


Mustaqillik Maydoni is one of the first metro stations in Tashkent. This metro station is named after the central square just above the metro station. Mustaqillik Maydoni metro station looks lavish and mesmerizing, which captivates the attention of every visitor. This beautiful metro station is constructed entirely with Kizil Kum desert marble in Western Uzbekistan. The ceiling of the columned hall is intricately decorated with glass chandeliers.

9. Abdulla Qodiri


Abdulla Qodri is the spectacular Tashkent metro station that was opened on October 6, 2001. It is named after a Uzbek poet who was one of the prominent writers of the 20th century. The beauty of this station lies in its symmetric hall design and the vibrant glass patterns in the marble columns. Besides, the elegant golden chandeliers illuminate the station.

10. Bodomzor


Bodomzor is a new and uniquely constructed metro station in Tashkent. From futuristic lamps to dice-like waiting stools to vibrant geometric patterns on the white ceiling, Bodomzor’s metro station is one of the best things to see and explore. Bodomzor station looks like a sci-fi movie set. It attracts the attention of a lot of visitors.

Opening Hours of Tashkent Metro Station


Before planning to visit Tashkent metro station, it is important to check the opening timings of the station. Tashkent metro remains open every day from 5 am until 12 in the night. The busy hours in the metro are from 7:30 am-9:30 am and 5 pm-7:30 pm. If you want to avoid peak hours, you should visit between 1-4 pm.

Let’s Explore Tashkent Metro Station!

If you are holidaying in Tashkent, you should not miss out on visiting its metro station. We have curated this Tashkent metro guide to help you explore every corner of the metro station. After collecting the basic information about the Tashkent metro, it will help you to go and explore the undying beauty of the metro. You can pick the best metro stations and admire their elegance.
 
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