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Tourism in Uzbekistan, the land of gold

Tourism in Uzbekistan has many tourist attractions. Although it is a landlocked country, it allows its visitors to enjoy a diverse and exciting group of ancient historical monuments, especially the exploration of Islamic civilization, in addition to the picturesque nature and advanced modern life. Here in this article, everything you need to know about tourism in Uzbekistan and the top 10 cities and tourist villages in it…

 

 

Uzbekistan is characterized by historical streets dotted with ruins of great empresses, unique Islamic mosques, palaces and UNESCO-listed archaeological sites in Samarkand, Bukhara and Khwarazm. As well as huge parks, plains, hills and rivers. In addition to a wonderful group of the most beautiful tourist villages. It also allows you to play exciting desert games in the Kyzylkum desert. As well as its friendly and welcoming people.

Tourism in Uzbekistan

Discover tourism in Uzbekistan
Tourism in Uzbekistan allows you to do fun adventures. This is where its distinctive nature is represented in deserts, valleys, rocky plains, and mountain cracks for hiking and camping. As well as its historical and cultural landmarks, its diverse industries such as ceramics and textiles. The following is the most important information about Uzbekistan.

The Republic of Uzbekistan is located in Central Asia on the Asian continent. It is bordered on the north and west by the Republic of Kazakhstan, on the east by the Republic of Tajikistan, and on the south by the Republic of Turkmenistan.

The best time to travel to Uzbekistan
The best time to visit Uzbekistan is during the spring and autumn, when the weather is warm and temperatures range between (21-30) degrees Celsius in the spring, and (14-30) degrees Celsius in the fall. It is worth noting that:

Spring (April to May):
It is the best time for travel and tourism in Uzbekistan, where celebrations, festivals and major events are joyful and lively, including the Bahuri Festival.

In addition to the picturesque natural atmosphere, where mountains and lakes, and the possibility of practicing many enjoyable recreational activities, and hiking, it is the peak tourist season in Uzbekistan.

 

 

 

 

Summer (from July to August):
Summer in Uzbekistan is characterized by high temperatures, which reach 40 degrees Celsius. Therefore, we advise you to avoid visiting at that time, if you do not prefer that atmosphere.

Despite that, you can enjoy the cooler temperatures when you visit its high mountains and Lake Scharvak, and the amusement parks and gardens with lush vegetation, to enjoy the breezes and do various summer activities.

Autumn semester (September to November):
It is the preferred season to visit Uzbekistan due to the moderate temperatures. Where to enjoy the autumn atmosphere and the wonderful colors of golden, orange and red trees. Autumn offers you a range of activities such as hiking in the Uzbek part of the Tian Shan Mountains, cycling, canoeing and river riding. As well as wandering in the markets and buy beautiful souvenirs.

 

 

Winter season (from December to February):
Winter in Uzbekistan is characterized by very low temperatures, which may reach freezing in the middle of the country. It is one of the quietest tourist seasons, as it is characterized by its low prices.

The most important feature of tourism in Uzbekistan in the winter is that it is full of adventures and exciting sports, the most important of which is skiing in mountain resorts.

The language in Uzbekistan
The Uzbek language is the official and spoken language of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and is a member of the Turkish language family.

There are many other languages ​​besides the Uzbek language, such as Russian, Tajik, Korean Turkish, Kazakh and a little English in major cities and others.

Tourist visa in Uzbekistan

For travel and tourism in Uzbekistan, a travel visa must be obtained first, and there are many conditions and documents necessary to obtain an Uzbekistan visa, which are:

Submit an application for an Uzbekistan visa online, fill it out, sign and print it, and pay the fees of about 850 Egyptian pounds.
A recent personal photo with a white background, the same size as the passport photo.
A photocopy of the passport, which is valid and valid for a period of no less than 6 months from the date of your trip.
An electronic payment card, to pay the visa fees on the website.
The ideal period of tourism in Uzbekistan
The ideal duration of tourism in Uzbekistan is about two weeks. In order to have enough time to explore the country’s natural and historical landmarks.

 

 

You can spend two to four days in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, and explore the magnificent Islamic, Soviet and Uzbek architecture, metro stations, Corso Bazaar, the oldest and largest Central Asian bazaar, Prince Timur Square, Independence Square, Romanov Palace, clock towers, State History Museum, and many more.

Enjoy exploring the old town “Ichan Qala”, the charming sunset views from the watchtowers, ancient ruins and castles and much more.

During the seventh to the tenth day you can go to Bukhara, which is one of the most authentic cities in the country. Explore the city on foot and wander through its ancient streets, visit the Bukhara Arch and the covered bazaars.

During the remaining days of your trip you can visit Samarkand, which houses the oldest buildings and Islamic architecture, dating back to the 14th century, as well as the lively Seyup Bazaar and Bibi Khanum Mosque. Then explore the Fergana Valley, the Nuratu Mountains, Scharvak Lake in the Shimjan Mountains, and many more.

 

 

How much does tourism cost in Uzbekistan?
Tourism in Uzbekistan is characterized by its low cost. Here are the average costs of services and various tourist activities in Uzbekistan:

The average cost of accommodation per person in a shared room with breakfast is about 65 USD.
The prices of meals in a good restaurant per day range between (25-30) US dollars.
The average daily expenditure per person is about 45 USD.
Transportation prices within Uzbekistan range from (4-80) US dollars per day.
The average cost of tours and recreational activities is approximately $100 USD per day.