Uzbekistan, a landlocked country in Central Asia and bordered by five landlocked countries. To the north from Kazakhstan, Afghanistan to the south, Tajikistan to the southeast, and Turkmenistan to the southwest. Uzbekistan has assorted cultural heritage. Uzbek, the official language of Uzbekistan. People in Uzbekistan are very friendly and hospitable. It is home to marvelous mosques and mausoleums. Uzbekistan is well-known for its ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean. Some sites in Uzbekistan are linked to Silk Road.
Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan and the largest city in central Asia. Tashkent is situated in the northeastern part of Uzbekistan. It is one of the oldest cities of Uzbekistan and few ancient sites are still present in Tashkent. It is also the cultural center of Uzbekistan. The Tashkent transport system is well-developed. Minibusses are the cheapest way to use in Tashkent for traveling purposes.Click Me!
Best tourist attractions in Tashkent are Amir Timur Museum, Tashkent Tower, Minor Mosque, Navoi Theatre, Barakhan Madrasah, Mustaqillik Maydoni, Tashkent Botanical Garden, Ashkhabad Park, Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, Museum of Victims of Political Repression in Tashkent, Dzhuma Mosque, Tashkentland, Mirzo Ulugbek Recreation Park, The palace of Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovich, Ice City, and Eko Park.
Samarkand the most famous site on Silk Road and it is full of stunning tourist attractions. In Samarkand, must-visit Registan, Gur-e-Amir, Bibi-Khanym Mosque, Shah-i-Zinda, Afrasiyab, Ulugh Beg Observatory, Rukhobod Mausoleum, Chorsu, Khodzha Abdu-Derun Mausoleum, Daniel Mausoleum, Mavzoley Svyatogo Daniila, and Sadriddin Ayni House Museum.
Bukhara, the major ancient center for Islamic ideology and culture of Uzbekistan. Numerous mosques, shrines, and madrasahs of the centuries-old are still preserved there. More than 350 mosques, 140 architectural monuments, and 100 religious colleges are present in Bukhara. Bukhara city was the large commercial center on the Great Silk Road.
Tourist attractions in Khiva include Kalta-minor Minaret, Tach Khaouli, Kuhna Ark, Juma Mosque, Muhammad Amin Khan Madrasah, Kunya-Ark Citadel, Horis Bobo Mausoleum, Zindan, Tash Khovli Palace, Matniyaz Divanbegi, and Medrese Kutlug-Murad Inaka.
Urgench is in western Uzbekistan. Travelers use Urgench as a transport hub for Khiva. In Urgench, many remarkable sites fascinate the tourists. A small city and you can easily explore this astounding city through taxi, shuttle buses, and minibusses. Traditional wears, embroidered accessories, jewelry, precious stones, and metalwork are the famous souvenirs of Urgench.