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Uzbekistan Tour Packages

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Allow Yourself to Immerse in the Ethereal Beauty of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan, the Central Asian gem, is currently a showstopper of world tourism, with thousands of tourists visiting. It is now a trending destination, with hundreds of Uzbekistan tour packages swarming over the internet. Famed for the Silk Road, historical architecture of mosques & madrassas, Soviet modernism, thriving arts & crafts scene, rich cultural heritage, and heartwarming hospitality, Uzbekistan is a must-visit destination.

The pleasant climate of this beautiful country offers different seasons filled with off-the-beaten adventures, sightseeing tours, and unparalleled views that can leave anyone awestruck. If you want to explore architecture, art, nature, and culture, you should witness the timeless attractions of Uzbekistan. In your Uzbekistan holiday packages, you will get to see Registan, The Savitski Museum, Ichan Kala, Zaamin National Park, and more.

No matter what kind of experience you seek in Uzbekistan, there is everything you may enjoy here. Whether it is history in Tashkent, architectural wonders in Samarkand, and art in Bukhara, Uzbekistan is a place of many adventures. A classic Uzbekistan tour is what you need to embrace the beauty of this ancient country from each corner of the country.
Tashkent - A Must-Visit City During Uzbekistan Tour

Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan. Tashkent is an ancient city on the Great Silk Road. It holds a great place in Uzbekistan as the political, economic, cultural, and scientific centre. Apart from all these significance, Tashkent is also a perfect tourist destination in the entire
Central Asia. On your Uzbekistan Tour Packages, you must have Tashkent as your preferred city to explore.

Traveling to Tashkent with our Tashkent Packages, you can explore some beautiful sights in the city. Some places to visit in Tashkent are Abdul Kasim Madrasah, Chorsu Bazaar, Kukeldash Madrasah, Fine Arts Museum of Uzbekistan, and IIkhom Theatre. To make your trip more exciting, one thing that should be there on your Trip to Tashkent is to do a lot of shopping in the Bazaars of Tashkent. Whether it’s sightseeing in Tashkent or Shopping in Tashkent, we make your Tashkent Tour a superb experience for you.

Visit The Famous Chorsu Bazaar on the Tashkent Tour

The most famous Chorsu Bazaar is in the old town of Tashkent. In the Chorsu Bazaar, you can experience the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Chorsu Bazar is hundreds of years old. On your Uzbekistan Tour Package from India, you must visit the Chorsu Bazar. It is a traditional bazaar with bright colors. Chorsu is the biggest and oldest in Uzbekistan and Central Asia. All daily necessities are sold in the market.

Red and black pepper, thyme and cloves, nutmeg, and cardamom are some spices you get here. You get rice, sugar, white balls of Kurts, and dried cottage cheese. Apricots, Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, and peanuts are other items for which salesmen shout loud and call you to check and buy them. The bazaar looks amazing with newly arrived fruits. If you are in Tashkent, you must visit Chorsu Bazaar on your Uzbekistan tour.

Some of the fruits sold here are rosy apples and honeydew pears; pink and amber sweet grapes; furry peaches; prunes and yellow figs wrapped in green leaves; pomegranates with ruby seeds; reddish-orange persimmons, piles of huge watermelons and melons exuding a pineapple aroma.

Then, you can have a look at the good crafts such as Jewellery, painted cradles, gold embroidery, quilted men’s and women’s caftans, national musical instruments, and many more delicate goods. You can take back some of your favorite items from Chorsu when you arrive here with our Tashkent Tour Packages.

Explore Top Tourist Places during your Tashkent Tour

You need to know some of the amazing Places to See in Tashkent. Apart from Chorsu Bazaar in the old town you should also explore Amir Temur Museum, Museum of applied arts, Tashkent Botanical Gardens, Charvak Reservoir, Chimgon, Minor Mosque, Barak Khan Madrasah, TV Tower, Kukeldash Madrasah, Japanese Garden, War memorial and more. When you buy our Tashkent Holiday Packages, you get the best sightseeing experience in Tashkent.

Explore the Best Museums in Tashkent on Your Trip:

• History Museum of the People of Uzbekistan-
The History Museum of the People of Uzbekistan is a must-visit for anyone interested in the history of this beautiful place. It is one of the oldest museums in Central Asia, featuring over 250000 exhibits, including 80,000 numismatic, 60,000 archeological, and 16,000 ethnographical articles.
• Museum of Applied Arts- The Museum of Applied Arts is another famous museum on the list of best museums in Tashkent. When you are on the Tashkent tour, this museum is a must-visit. It features over 7000 samples of applied arts, jewelry, skull caps, handmade embroidery, carpets, and other craftsmanship of artisans.

• Amir Timur Museum- Amir Timur Museum is one of the stunning museums in Tashkent. It is an iconic landmark in Tashkent city. It is famous for its exceptional architecture that features thousands of exhibits, telling the story of a bygone era.

• Navoi Literary Museum-
Navoi Literary Museum is one of the best museums that features the work of many renowned poets of Uzbekistan. On Uzbekistan tour, Navoi should be on your list of places to explore. Over 17,000 works of art, paintings, handicrafts, archeological monuments, and much more.

• Art Gallery of Uzbekistan- Art Gallery of Uzbekistan is a beautiful museum in Tashkent. You will find the best collection of artworks from 20th century. There are numerous art shops, where you can buy different souvenirs.
Night Life of Tashkent - Enjoy a Wonderful Evening in Tashkent

Tashkent’s nightlife is as sizzling as its daytime. Once you enjoy sightseeing in the daytime, you can also experience a lively Nightlife in Tashkent. Tashkent is said to have the best Nightlife in the entire Uzbekistan. What attracts people from all around the world is the best amalgamation of music, dance, and fine food. Ballet dance is quite popular here, and you can enjoy a ballet dance show in one of the many bars and restaurants here. With all these and more, you are sure to have a superb nightlife experience in Tashkent with our Tashkent Packages.

If you like alcohol, you can have it in all the bars here. You can have your drink from a range of liquors offered with their signatures. What comes along with drinks is the lip-smacking dishes. You can simply immerse in the ambiance of the restaurants, which have colored lights synchronized with the rhythm of the music.
Book Tashkent Tour Packages with Dook

Dook’s Tashkent Packages are the best-priced in the industry. Along with this, Dook has been a pioneer in offering the best Tashkent tour experience to each traveler who buys our Tashkent Tour Packages. We at Dook International ensure you have the best travel experience and comfortable stay with our exclusive Tashkent Holiday Packages. We make utmost effort so that you keep all your travel worries aside and take back unforgettable travel memories with you. We make sure that when you look to buy a Tashkent Tour Package from India, you love to choose your own Dook International.

Explore the Top Tourist Cities of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan, as you know, is filled with many places to visit that are worth exploring. These places keep tourists busy with many adventures to indulge in, sightseeing tours to take, and attractions to see. You can experience all of it with Uzbekistan tour packages.

1. Tashkent

Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan, is one of the most ancient cities in the world. Tashkent is the largest metropolis in Central Asia and offers various attractions and enjoyments. The city is known for its many museums and mix Soviet-era architecture.

2. Bukhara

Bukhara is of the most important trading post and a legendary Silk Road capital. There are many places to see, see, eat and buy. The city has more than 140 architectural monuments , which captivate the attention of tourists.

3. Samarkand

Samarkand is a famous city of urban Uzbekistan and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city is older than ancient Rome. Many fascinating museums, mosques, and madrassas have survived since the 14th century.
4. Khiva

Along with other cities, Khiva is also an important historical site as it was once the Great Silk Road. There is a wide array of historical sites with a cluster of minarets, mosques, and madrassahs in an area of the city. If you are on the Uzbekistan tour, don’t miss out on visiting Khiva.

5. Fergana

Fergana is the capital of Fergana Region in eastern Uzbekistan. During the Kushan Empire, it was called Ferghana. The city has a very cold desert climate.

6. Termez

Termez is a city in southern Uzbekistan and the hottest point of Uzbekistan. In the 6th century B.C., it was known as Achaemenids. Today, the city is independent and has many attractions to offer tourists.

7. Nukus

Nukus is the 6th largest city in Uzbekistan and is known for its world-class Nukus Museum of Art. The name comes from the old tribe of Uzbeks, Nukus. It experiences a cold desert climate with short summers and long winters.

8. Andijan

Andijan is a city in Uzbekistan. It’s the central city for the economic, administrative, and Andijan regions. It’s one of the oldest cities in the Fergana Valley. A lot of manufactured goods are produced in this city.

Incredible Experiences to Have in Uzbekistan Holiday Packages

Uzbekistan, a central Asian marvel, is famous for its spectacular mosques, stunning mausoleums, splendid madrasahs, and other majestic sites. Uzbekistan is truly unbelievably unique in its presence. It is home to spellbinding architecture, ancient cities, and intrigued history of the silk road. If you are on an Uzbekistan tour, there are countless incredible things that you can experience:

Indulge in the interesting history
Adore the impressive architecture
Unearth the old neighborhood of Tashkent
Hike the Nuratau Mountains
Capture the grandeur of Shah-i-Zinda Necropolis in Samarkand at sunset
Savour the delicious Uzbek food
Indulge in Sufi Mysticism at Naqshbandh Sufi shrine
Explore the bizarre metro stations of Tashkent
Spend time with rural Uzbek family
Feel the peace inside Hazrati Imom Jume Masjidi in Tashkent
Watch a beautiful sunrise in Bukhara
Have dinner in the summer room of a 19th-century Jewish Trading Merchant in Bukhara
Take a dip in the Lake Aydarkul
Enjoy camel riding in the Kyzyl Kum Desert
Witness a stunning view over the citadel of Khiva
Stroll on the city walls of Ichan Kala citadel
Discover the treasure in the desert
Take a horse riding trip to Uzbekistan
Experience the Buzkashi game in Uzbekistan

Top Things to See in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is jam-packed with unending places to visit, attractions to see, and history to explore. From old heritage moussoulens and majestic fortresses to the walled city of Khiva and beautiful Samarkand, you get to see a lot of attractions in Uzbekistan. We have filtered out the best attractions from the bunch to help you explore the finest.

The Chorsu Bazaar
Chimgan Mountains
Charvak Reservoir
Amir Temur Museum
Gur Emir Mausoleum
Metro Tashkent
Great Minaret of the Kalon

Indulge in the Best Adventures to do in Uzbekistan

If you think your visit to Uzbekistan will center around the medieval towns in the country, then you are wrong. Of course, they are the highlights of Uzbekistan, but there is much more to unravel in this spectacular country. So, here are the best things to do on your Uzbekistan tour:

Camel Riding
Horse Riding
Eagle Hunting

Shop for Wonderful Things in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is filled with creative artists everywhere. You can’t walk down the streets without buying something from these colorful and ecstatic shops. These shops have several beautiful and out-of-the-box items that you definitely want to take home. If you are on an Uzbekistan tour and don’t know what to buy, here’s a short list of all the things you must take home.

Silk Jackets
Embroidered Jackets
Crochet Hats
Fur Hats
Crochet Pouches
Embroidered Bags
Embroidered Blankets
Ceramic Plates
Wooden Dolls
Ceramic Figurines
Bread Stamps
Copper Plates
Miniature Paintings
Wood Carvings
Metal Art

Prominent Shopping Destinations in Uzbekistan for Shopaholic Hearts

Uzbekistan boasts vibrant & colorful bazaars and luxurious shopping destinations. These markets and malls depict the cultural scenes of Uzbekistan that fascinate tourists. Uzbekistan is an attractive place to visit for shopaholics. In every lane, you will find pretty chic stores and pleasing shops. From vibrant souvenirs to embroidered bags, ceramic plates, scarves, jackets, and more, Uzbekistan never fails to amaze shoppers. If you want to visit some of the famous shopping places in Uzbekistan, the below is all you need to skim through:

1. Compass Mall
2. Mega Planet
3. Mall Samarkand Darvoza
4. Taqi Zargaron
5. Next Mall
6. Mall Vega Center
7. Chorsu Bazaar
8. Tashkent City Mall
9. Siab Bazaar
10. Poytaxt Savdo Markazi
11. Makon Mall

If you book your Uzbekistan tour with Dook, we will ensure you explore these shopping destinations.

Lip-smacking Cuisines to Try on Uzbekistan Tour

Besides the awe-inspiring architecture, Uzbekistan is also famous for its delicious cuisine. This majestic country has some finger-licking dishes to offer. The traditional Uzbek food has been inspired by Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. You will find the food of Uzbekistan is similar to the food you eat in your own country because there’s so much similarity. However, the taste of the spices of Uzbekistan is intact. Here are the names of all the dishes you can try on the Uzbekistan tour:

Fried Lagman
Fried Chuchvara

Popular Restaurants in Uzbekistan for Scrumptious Food

Everything about Uzbekistan is extraordinary, including the food. The rich and dynamic traditions of Uzbekistan can be felt in its flavors. From mouthwatering plov to delicious manti, you will get served with the best in town cuisines. In every city of Uzbekistan, famous restaurants offer tantalizing and finger-licking food. Whether you want to eat Korean, Turkish, Indian, or Italian food, Uzbekistan’s restaurants have it all.
Book Uzbekistan holiday package with Dook, you will get to explore all these restaurants mentioned below:

1. Assorti
2. Caravan Art Cafe
3. April Verdant Restaurant
4. Silk Road Tea House
5. Sunduk Cafe
6. Marakanda Restaurant
7. Monaco Restaurant and Lounge Bar
8. Staraya Arba
9. Golubie Kupola
10. City Grill
11. Ariston Park Restaurant
12. Barbaris Cafe
13. Affresco
14. The Irish Pub & Restaurant
15. National Food
16. Jumanji
17. SIESTA Pub & Restaurant

Enjoy the Bustling Nightlife in Uzbekistan

Besides the other remarkable sites, Uzbekistan’s nightlife equally boasts a lively vibe in people. It has thrived in the past few years with the iconic development of swanky bars and clubs. If you have bought Uzbekistan tour packages and heading to this beautiful destination, here are the best bars and clubs in Uzbekistan you should miss out on.

Pasha Bar and Restaurant
Patrick’s Pub
Opera Nightclub
Dudek Brewery Bar
York Pub
Tibone-Steak Pub
CMI Afterparty Bar
Irish Pub
Ye Olde Chelsea Arms
Peggy’s Bar
Sharq Nightclub
Blues Pub
Sky Bar
Ming lounge

Reasons Why You Should Visit Uzbekistan

Today, travelers like to explore the unexplored countries, places, or cities. And Uzbekistan is one of the hidden gem that is yet to be discovered. This is why more and more tourists are traveling to Uzbekistan. In past few years, Uzbekistan has seen an unexpected rise in its tourism. There are countless Uzbekistan holiday packages that you can pick and go on a adventure of a lifetime. Here are many more reasons to visit Uzbekistan:

1. The Food - Uzbekistan is popularly known for its rice, meat, soups, and notable dishes such as shurpa, dimlama, kebabs, chuchvara, and many others.

2. Khiva - Khiva is a city with an old history, having major monuments and ancient sites, which will give you an idea of its history in places such as Itchan-Kala, Kunya-Ark Fortress, and many others.

3. Samarkand - The city is full of cultural treasures, be it its medieval monuments, architectural forms, domes, and towers are all from its medieval image. Samarkand is one of the most-visited cities in Uzbekistan tour package and that is for all the right reasons.
4. Bukhara - The city is famous for its religious places. The Kalyan minaret is one of the most important historical landmarks in the city.

5. The Capital Tashkent
- Tashkent is full of historic tales and contemporary monuments. This is Uzbekistan’s largest capital city that has plenty of things to do for shoppers and foodies. Tashkent tour is all you need to take to discover the unseen treasures of this city.
6. Shakhrisabz - It is an important stop on the path of the Great Silk Road, where you can see the landscapes and scenery of the mountains of Shakhrisabz.

7. The Aral Sea - Lying between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, it is known as the “Sea of Islands”, which has over 1,000 dotted islands.

8. The Silk Road Traditional Factories -  There are impressive Silk Road factories by the village of Margilan where you can see the whole process of un-weaving to dying yarn and the final silk.

9. The Fabulous Metro Stations
- The metro stations of Tashkent are so beautiful, clean, and less crowded with only three lines, and are considered by many to be the most beautiful in the world.

10. Nukus Museum of Art - This museum holds the second-largest collection of Russian avant-garde paintings in the world.

Best Time to Visit Uzbekistan for Ultimate Fun

Uzbekistan is one of the most fascinating countries in Central Asia. Uzbekistan is among the most-visited countries with promises of ultimate Silk Road adventures, vibrant cultural scenes, bustling bazaars, music festivals, and mind-blowing arts & crafts worldwide. But the question is, when is the best time to visit Uzbekistan? We have an answer for you. It will help you to book the Uzbekistan tour package accordingly.

Uzbekistan has extreme climate conditions, which peak during summer and winter. It means you will experience extreme heat during the summer season and extreme snowfall during winter. So, the ideal time to visit Uzbekistan is spring and autumn.

If you choose to buy Uzbekistan holiday packages during spring, decide between March and June. During spring, the weather remains pleasant. You can encounter nature at its best during this period. The temperature falls between 14 and 30 degrees Celsius. Visitors can go on sightseeing tours during this time and enjoy natural mountainous escapes.

On the other hand, if you plan a vacation during autumn, you must choose between September and early November. During this time, the temperature falls between 21 and 30 degrees Celsius. In this season, you can try a feast of different fruits and stop by cozy restaurants. It is the perfect time to wander around Uzbekistan’s cities and explore the sun-kissed farms.

However, if you want to indulge in winter's adventure, you can visit from December to January. This time makes a perfect season to indulge in adrenaline-pumping activities like skiing, snowboarding, snow hiking, etc. Now, you can plan your holiday accordingly and buy the best Uzbekistan packages with Dook.

Things to Know Before Traveling to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan, the Central Asian Charm, is a country one should visit at least once. Soaring Minarets, ancient bazaars, majestic blue-domed mosques, and the iconic Silk Road are some of the things you already know about Uzbekistan. But here we are going to talk about the things you didn’t know but should know before visiting Uzbekistan. Here are the things you should know before going on an Uzbekistan tour:

• Uzbekistan gets extremely hot in summer

As we have mentioned earlier, Uzbekistan has extremist climate conditions, which leads to peak summer temperatures. It means if you decide to visit Uzbekistan during summer, you will witness hot & dry summer conditions.

• Bring a lot of cash

Don’t rely on ATMs and money exchangers in Uzbekistan, as they may disappoint you. It is always a good idea to carry some extra cash in case of emergency.

• Uzbekistan is a safe country

It is a safe country for everyone to travel. You can wander anywhere without fear. If you want to travel to Uzbekistan on a solo trip, don’t think much and take a vacation. The Uzbek locals are lovely and hospitable.

• Russian is the second language of Uzbekistan

After Uzbek, Russia is the most commonly used language in Uzbekistan. You will rarely find anyone speaking English in Uzbekistan.

• Most signboards in Uzbekistan are not in English

As mentioned above, English is a rare language in Uzbekistan. So, it is obvious that you won’t find billboards in the English language.

• Uzbekistan is not conservative

Uzbekistan is a Muslim-majority country, so most tourists think that they have to cover their shoulders and knees. But this is not true. Visitors can wear Western-style clothes anywhere except at religious places.

• Winter gets unbearable

The winter in Uzbekistan gets out of hand. With extreme weather conditions, Uzbekistan gets colder and freezing. You won’t be able to explore the places as it gets cold outside.

• Uzbekistan is cheap

If you want to go on a budgeted trip, there’s no better place than Uzbekistan. You will spend less and enjoy more. With Dook’s Uzbekistan tour packages, you will even get a stress-free and personalized travel experience because we will take care of everything.

• Vegetarians may have a hard time

While most dishes in Uzbekistan are bread & meat and bread in meat, vegetarians may feel left out. Every other menu has cuisines filled with animal meat. However, there are places where you can find vegetable-based food.

• Local serve tea in a bowl

Drinking tea in a bowl is a cultural tradition in Uzbekistan. Don’t be surprised if you get tea served in a bowl because that’s how everyone drinks it.

Frequently Asked Questions about Uzbekistan:

Question: What is the best time to visit Uzbekistan?
Answer: The ideal time to plan an Uzbekistan tour is during spring and autumn, i.e., April to May and September to November. However, the peak season in Uzbekistan is between June to August.

Question: What are the top attractions in Uzbekistan?
Answer: Some of the famous tourist attractions in Uzbekistan, such as Tashkent Tower, Juma Mosque, Hazrat Khizr Mosque, State Museum of History of Uzbekistan, Barak-khan Madrassah, and more.

Question: Do I need a visa to travel to Uzbekistan?
Answer: Yes. If you are an Indian, you require a valid visa to travel to Uzbekistan. The country offers tourist visas, e-visas, and visas on arrival for Indian nationals.
Question: Is alcohol prohibited in Uzbekistan?
Answer: No. You can drink, sell, or purchase alcohol in Uzbekistan.

Question: What are the top cuisines to try in Uzbekistan?
Answer: Uzbekistan has many lip-smacking cuisines that you should try, such as Achichuk, Samsa, Manti, Chuchvara, Sherpa, Lagman, Shivit Oshi, Obi Non, Plov, Shashlik, Kazan Kabob, and more.

Gain More Insight About Tashkent & Uzbekistan as Holiday Destination:

Tashkent is a revving city, and there are many interesting sightseeing places to visit and things to do in Tashkent. Tashkent is the city with a fascinating and rich history. Aside from historic sites in Tashkent, there are plenty of Tourist Attractions in Tashkent. Mainly located in the centre of Tashkent, the modern sights of the city are unique and cohesive examples modern Uzbek architecture. Browse our some of the blog posts to get the complete list of places to see in Tashkent:

Chimgan Mountain Ski Resort: Chimgan is most popular ski resort in Uzbekistan. Chimgan is located 80 KM or nearly 2 hours away from Tashkent. It is at the height of 1600 meters in the western Tien Shan Mountain surrounding Tashkent from the east. Chimgan is popularly known as ‘Uzbek Switzerland’ for simply its beauty. This naturally beautiful place is one which you probably look for when you are on an Uzbekistan tour. Read More

Top Things To Do in Tashkent: When you are planning to visit Tashkent then you should keep enough time in your pocket so that you enjoy the city to the maximum. Check out what are the Top Things to do in Tashkent when you are here? Read More

Tashkent Metro: 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. Read More

Uzbekistan Food & Cuisine: There are many popular Uzbek cuisines that taste marvelous. From Plov to Manti, Laghman, Soup, and much more, there is every kind of food for every food lover. Local food is a vital part of the country’s heritage. Read More

Top 10 Restaurants in Tashkent: Tashkent’s cafes and restaurants introduce you to international cuisines and local fusions. If you are a hardcore foodie on a hunt to eat at the most popular places in Tashkent, this guide will help you find the best restaurants in Uzbekistan. Read More

Winter in Uzbekistan: Winter in Uzbekistan transforms the landscape into a snow of paradise. With frosty mornings, sunny afternoons, chilly evenings, and freezing nights, Uzbekistan offers you a wholesome winter holiday experience. Read More

Indian Restaurants in Tashkent:
Here are some of the best Indian restaurants available in Tashkent. So if you only prefer Indian food, you do not need to worry about that while traveling Tashkent. Read More

Penny Wise Uzbekistan: If you are packing your bags for astonishing Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara in Uzbekistan, once priced cities on ‘Silk Road’ and centers of  ‘The Great Game’, you must plan for local expenses there. In the endeavor to help you plan for local expenses in your travel we are presenting below ‘Penny Wise‘. Read More

World Heritage Sites of Uzbekistan: Uzbekistan is a wonderful country and a growing economy in the Central Asian region too. So while there are plenty of natural, historical and newly built places to visit, among those there are some world heritage sites, 4 to be precise as well. Anyone on the tour of Uzbekistan should visit these 4 World Heritage Sites by UNESCO too. Read More

Fashion in Uzbekistan: Uzbekistan, being one of the largest producer and exporter of cotton has an edge when it comes to making quality fabrics. Uzbekistan has seen too many emperors as nomadic invaders leaving their culture behind which made Uzbekistan a unique melting pot of cultures. People wearing modern clothes made of traditional fabric has become norm among common people as well in Uzbekistan. Read More

Music of Uzbekistan: Uzbekistan has diverse styles of music and they use large number of musical instruments. Uzbekistan is considered as one of the most musically diverse country in Central Asia. Music that prevails in Uzbekistan today has a long and rich history. If you love music and love to explore music all round the world then you must listen to Uzbek music on popular music sites. Read More

Train Journey in Uzbekistan: Specialty of Uzbekistan railway is that Uzbekistan railways offer a comfortable, reliable and cheap way to explore the touristic highlights of the country. Even high speed trains have been introduced in Uzbekistan between Tashkent and Samarkand since 2012 running at top speed of 250 KMPH. In Uzbekistan you will get 3 types of trains. Fast trains, High Speed trains and Passenger trains. You have international trains available as well here connecting to Almaty in Kazakhstan and  Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Ufa in Russia. Read More

Know all about Bukhara City through our Travel Posts:

Bukhara The Holiest City of Central Asia: Bukhara is one of the oldest Central Asia’s city. Bukhara is full of stunning mosques and medrassahs, and a historic center that has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of the holiest places of Islam, the venerable and captivating city of Bukhara was also one of the key stops along the Silk Route. Read More

The Great Minaret of Kalon, Bukhara: In early times The Great Minaret of Kalon also acted as a guide for caravans on Silk Road. Later on in 18th-19th century minaret was also used for punishing men to death by throwing them from the top.The present Kalon mosque that one sees today was made in 16th century but opened as working mosque however only in 1991 after getting rid of Soviet Union. Read More

Lyab I Hauz – Bukhara: Lyab I Hauz is one surviving place of old times in Bukhara. Lyab I hauz is the name of the area that surrounds one of the few remaining hauz (ponds) which survived through times in the city of Bukhara. Read More

Chor Minor, Bukhara: Bukhara contains lot of historicity with itself and that attracts visitors to walk into the past when visiting Bukhara. One of the historic monuments in Bukhara city is Chor Minor Mosque. This mosque in comparison to other mosques in the city is not so old. Chor Minor mosque is a beautiful 19th century building that charms the onlookers.The mosque draws attention of visitors because of its architectural beauty and its four turrets with their sky blue cupolas. So visit this Chor Minor a mosque whose all four towers or minarets are differently shaped and designed when you take Bukhara Tour Packages. Read More

Know more about Samarkand through blog posts:

Gur e Amir, Samarkand: Gur e Amir is a mausoleum of Asian conqueror Tamerlane or popularly known as Timur in the city of Samarkand, Uzbekistan and it was built in 14th century. This architecture holds historical significance in Persian – Mongolian era. Read More

Shah I Zinda: Shah I Zinda is perfect example of various architectural imprints through the centuries. The style, the method and the decorative craftsmanship of this site is a witness of work that changed throughout the time. Read More

Explore More about Khiva City:

Khiva - A Historical City in Uzbekistan: Khiva is one of old cities of ancient Khorezm, the pearl of eastern middle age architecture. Archaeologists say that Khiva was founded in the 5th or 4th centuries B.C. As the first major structures were built, the city became known as trading post on the Silk Road. The city got divided into two parts in 19th century. Inner city is called Ichan Kala with 10 meters high wall and outer city is known as Dishan Kala. Read More