Wonder at one of the finest collections of Soviet avant-garde art. Like a ruby in the dust, the Igor Savitsky Museum (also known simply…
Meaning ‘the crossroads’, Chorsu Bazaar is the commercial heart of Tashkent and has been for hundreds of years. Originally open to the air (as…
Food and drink in Uzbekistan food is typically Turkic, dominated by mutton, noodles and bread, but with many Persian flavours added, such as saffron,…
As Uzbekistan develops as a tourism destination and more of the world discovers its treasures, we can explore what else the country has to offer
Among the most iconic sights on the Silk Road, this central square is one of the world’s greatest examples of medieval Islamic architecture
Beyond the striking mosques, mausoleums and madrasas, Uzbekistan has plenty more to offer
More than just a convenient form of public transport, the Tashkent Metro is a beautiful highlight of the city itself
It’s clichéd but true to say that the country offers a little something for everyone
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