Travel to Uzbekistan
Nestled in the heart of Central Asia, Uzbekistan is a tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty. From the azure tiles of Registan Square in Samarkand to the bustling bazaars of Tashkent, this nation is an embodiment of ancient traditions seamlessly intertwined with modernity.
History and Heritage
The country's history is a kaleidoscope of empires and conquerors, including Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan. Yet, it's the Timurid era that truly defined Uzbekistan, leaving an indelible architectural legacy that draws tourists from around the globe.
Beyond its cities lies the Kyzylkum Desert, one of the world's largest sand deserts, offering a stark yet mesmerizing landscape. The Nuratau-Kyzylkum Biosphere Reserve is another hidden gem, home to rare and endangered species.
Nowadays Uzbekistan is secular state, renewed, young and perspective. It’s growing stronger in economy, culture and politic spheres with every day. Foreign investors such as China, Turkey, South Korea, Russia, France, Switzerland, Japan, Germany, USA gladly cooperates with Uzbekistan, so the amount of joint ventures multiplies every year. But Uzbekistan also has its own large enterprises: Uzbek Metal, Navoi Nitrogen, Shurtangas, Almalikskiy GMK, Bukhara Oil Refinery, Fergana Oil Refinery, Tashkent Wine and others.
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Why travel to Uzbekistan ?
Placed right in the middle of the famous Great Silk Road, Uzbekistan welcomes everyone to visit Samarkand, Khiva and Bukhara. It’s not a surprise that these places cradle ancient spirit: they used to be main cultural centers of Central Asia and they soaked the influence of many different cultures during the invasions of Aleksandr The Great and Genghis Khan. These cities are as ancient as Rome. You can still find there old palaces, mausoleums and minarets which became only more beautiful and grand as the millenniums go by. Old buildings of ancient cities of Uzbekistan created by the best past days architects will amaze you with all their glory and greatness. Places filled with historical atmosphere are still comfortable for the tourists: there are many modern hotels and guest houses, new restaurants and caf?s. Everything is made according to international standards and with great love.
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Behavior Rules in Uzbekistan : What to follow and what to avoid
It is always recommended to be cautious and observe the laws and rules of Uzbekistan. If you have doubts, it is best to seek specific information from local authorities or the consular representation of your country in Uzbekistan.
Be respectful of local customs, traditions, and culture.
Dress modestly to avoid drawing unwanted attention.
If you want to take a photo of someone, ask first.
When buying souvenirs, check with the seller if there are any documents needed to take the item out of the country. Better to be safe than sorry.
Why not learn some local phrases that may be useful to you?
Avoid dressing too provocatively, so as not to attract unwanted attention.
Do not lose your composure when bargaining in Uzbek bazaars. Enjoy the process and stay calm.
Avoid using non-cash payments if not necessary. Expect to use cash most of the time.
These are just some basic rules to follow while staying in Uzbekistan. It is recommended to be attentive and respectful to local norms and customs.
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