Registan Square. Buy plane tickets to Uzbekistan
Khoja Akhrar Vali Mosque. Buy plane tickets to Uzbekistan
Kuhna Ark Fortress. Buy plane tickets to Uzbekistan
Old Town of Bukhara. Buy plane tickets to Uzbekistan
Uzbek Pilaf. Buy plane tickets to Uzbekistan
Registan Square
Khoja Akhrar Vali Mosque
Kuhna Ark Fortress
Old Town of Bukhara
Uzbek Pilaf
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Uzbekistan som
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All Year Round
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Uzbek
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Aeroflot operates direct flights from Moscow to Tashkent and Samarkand. The flight to Tashkent takes about 4 hours. The capital’s international airport is not far from the city centre and is named after Islam Karimov, the first president of the Republic of Uzbekistan. It also takes about 4 hours to fly to Samarkand International Airport, which is just 8 kilometres from the city centre.

Please note that the best airfares usually sell out quickly, so we strongly recommend that you book in advance. For the best savings, buy round-trip tickets.

Uzbekistan is a mysterious country, known for its exquisite mosques, caravanserai, palaces, plov recipes and ancient history.

It would be hard to find a more distinctive place. Unlike most Central Asian countries, Uzbekistan’s history is not associated with nomadic tribes, but with a settled people who created a unique culture and traditions, carefully handed down from generation to generation over many centuries. Most of the towns and cities here were founded more than 2,000 years ago!

Stroll along the wide, green streets of the friendly and modern capital. Take in the local sights, haggle at the market and enjoy the local cuisine. Unfortunately, in 1966, an earthquake destroyed Tashkent’s clay houses, colourful neighbourhoods and narrow alleys, but there’s still plenty to see.

Visit Samarkand, Bukhara or Khiva to experience the atmosphere of the Far East, incredible architecture, an abundance of turquoise, arches and gleaming mosaics. To get there, take one of the high-speed trains that leave three times a day from the Tashkent Northern Railway Station.

Autumn or spring are the best times to visit. The weather is quite comfortable in winter, although the temperature can fall to −8°C. Summers are very dry and the temperature rarely drops below +30°C, even at night.

We really believe that this will soon be a key destination and will be full of tourists. So beat the rush: pack your bags and book a flight to Uzbekistan as soon as you can.