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Ancient Silk Road – Uzbekistan

From the opulent Registan in Samarkand to the twisting alleys of the museum town of Khiva… from hopping bazaars in Tashkent and the Fergana Valley, to friendly Uzbek people, Uzbekistan will take you back in time with its rich cultural heritage, it’s importance during the ancient silk route and a long history that’s steeped in tradition.

Tashkent
Tashkent

Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and also the largest city in Central Asia. Its name literally translates as “stone city”. Get touristy and visit the Khast Imam Square, Kukeldash, Madrasseh, Chorsu Bazaar, and Museum of Applied Arts and follow it by an excursion to visit Mustakillik Square in the heart of Tashkent. Read More

Samarkand
Samarkand

Samarkand – Crossroad of Cultures is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city itself was founded around the 7th century BC, making it even older than ancient Rome. Here, get a chance to visit Gur Emir – mausoleum of Timur, one of Uzbekistan’s greatest rulers. You can also visit to Registan, which consists of three distinct madrasahs: the Ulug-Bek Madrasah built in the fifteenth century; the Tillya-Kori Madrasah built in the seventeenth century; the Sher-Dor Madrasah, also built in the seventeenth century. Read More

Bukhara
Bukhara

Situated on a sacred hill, Bukhara is one of the most ancient cities of Uzbekistan. It is home to the most skilled artisans, 15th century medrassahs, teahouses, and spice markets. Its well-preserved city center was recognized by UNESCO as an exemplary medieval city. Take a stroll around the old city to savor its architectural legacy and imagine yourself living in medieval times. Read More

Khiva
Khiva

Noting its importance in the exceptional heritage of ancient Silk Road traditions, Khiva was the first UNESCO World Heritage site in Uzbekistan. Looking down from Djuma minaret or the city walls, you might forget that you are living is the 21st century. Fun Fact: Scholar AI-Khoresmi, the father of algebra, who introduced algorithms to the world was born in Khiva. Read More

Fergana Valley
Fergana Valley

The Fergana Valley has been and still is an important crossroads for different religions, cultures, and nations. Split between Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, it shows the diversity on each side. Do you know the founder of the Mughal Empire, Babur, was born in this region? Fergana has fascinating stories to reveal and maintains its old traditions of pottery and silk production which make for interesting visit. Read More

Food and Culture
Food and Culture

Exotic, hearty, full of flavour, and reasonably healthy. Uzbek cuisine is the window to its immense culture. Dishes like Uzbek pilaf, samsa, shashlik, manti, shurpa, lagman, khanum and many others will surely impress you with its unusual quantity and amazing taste. Read More

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