Uzbekistan Travel Guide

Continent: Asia
Region: Central Asia

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Uzbekistan Travel Essentials

Accommodation Cost (per night in USD): Dorm bed: $10-20
Budget: $25-40
Mid-range: $50-100
Luxury: $120 and above

Budget for Food & Drinks (per day in USD): Budget: $10-20
Mid-range: $25-40

Visa Policy for Indians: E-visa or Visa on Arrival

Visa Policy for Other Nationals: E-visa or Visa on Arrival for many countries

Ideal Duration: 5-7 days for key cities and attractions; 10-14 days for a more immersive experience

Best Time: March to May and September to early November (milder temperatures) Read More

Getting In Uzbekistan: Tashkent International Airport (TAS), Samarkand International Airport (SKD), Bukhara International Airport (BHK) Read More

Getting Around Uzbekistan: Shared taxis, buses, trains, and domestic flights for longer distances Read More

"A Journey Through Central Asia’s showstopper"

Uzbekistan Tourism

Uzbekistan is a landlocked country located in Central Asia, with a history of more than two millenia. It is home to several famous cities along the Silk Road, such as Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, which are renowned for their stunning architecture, madrasas, mausoleums, and mosques. 

The country is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity, with Uzbeks being the largest ethnic group. Uzbek culture is a blend of various influences, including Persian, Turkic, and Russian. Traditional Uzbek music, dance, and cuisine are highly regarded. The country is also known for its colorful textiles, ceramics, and handicrafts.

Uzbek cuisine is a delightful blend of flavors influenced by its history as a crossroads of trade. Plov, a rice dish cooked with lamb and aromatic spices, is a staple. You can also savor succulent kebabs, manti (dumplings), and an array of bread, with the best found at Chorsu Bazaar. Don't forget to try some local fruits and desserts, such as dried fruits, nuts, and the ever-popular halva.

Holidify's opinion on Travel to Uzbekistan

What's Great about Travelling to Uzbekistan?

Silk Road history, intricate Islamic architecture, and bustling bazaars.

What's Not So Great about Travelling to Uzbekistan?

Strict Regulations, Limited English, Limited Tourism Infrastructure

Who should Travel to Uzbekistan?

History and Architecture Enthusiasts. Silk Road Explorers. Handicraft Lovers. Cultural Travelers.

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