Welcome to Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Travel Guide
Uzbekistan is the perfect place to travel & explore the rich history of the Silk Road trade through the well-preserved architecture of ancient cities like Khiva, Samarkand, and Bukhara. These cities tell travelers fascinating stories about the Golden Age of Islam; when pioneering advancements in astrology, mathematics, and medicine took place. Bukhara is where Marco Polo’s father and uncle stayed for three years before moving to the court of the Mongol Khan, and where Avicenna wrote his teachings in medicine, while Samarkand was the capital of the Timurid empire. Our travel guide introduces to this stunning country with travel photos, gives basic travel advice that can be handy for your tour and discuss frequently asked questions.
Uzbekistan is a must visit for people who want to learn about the history and culture of the region. Marvelous mausoleums, gloriously decorated madrassas, and huge mosques will impress people of all ages. Travelers will feel immersed in the atmosphere of 1001 Nights, yet at the same time one can explore the Soviet-built cities and visit the forbidden Soviet art expositions at the Savitsky Museum. The best time to travel is Spring and Autumn, where special festivals of spices and cultural events take place, the temperature is pleasant for evening tea and for interesting talks with hospitable locals about handicrafts, music, and culture.