Shimmering Silk, Magnificent Madrasahs, and Thrilling Train Journeys in Uzbekistan!
Uzbekistan is known for its magnificent Silk Road cities, full of majestic Islamic architecture and renowned historical heritage.
But it’s also known for its extremely hospitable people, delicious cuisine, and retained traditions.
And for diverse natural landscapes – from snow-capped mountains to lush valleys and vast deserts.
While most journeys start in its bustling capital – Tashkent, almost all visitors then go to the storied Samarkand to marvel at Registan Square, then travel to breathtaking Bukhara, and kaleidoscopic Khiva.
Some go as far as Muynaq and the Dead Aral Sea!
Don’t skip the fascinating Fergana Valley either! It is so charmingly different from the rest of Uzbekistan!
|Does Revolut work?||Yes|
|Cash or card?||Cash|
|Public transport||Very good|
|Accommodation||Hostels, hotels, guesthouses|
|Best time to travel||April, May, September, October, November|
|Locals speaking English||Very few|
|Main languages||Uzbek, Russian|