Uzbekistan is all about palaces decorated with mosaics, colorful bazaars, and ancient cities. The eastern country smells of sweet melons, crispy cakes and hot pilaf, luring tourists to buy colorful handmade ceramics and carpets.
Despite the fact that tourism in Uzbekistan is developed at a high level, and Asian state really has something to surprise and please even the experienced travelers, there are special tourist spots, which under no circumstances cannot be missed. So, what to see in Uzbekistan first of all? Maybe you want to
Get lost in the main market of Uzbekistan
Bazaars have always been and continue to be an integral part of the oriental state. The tubeteikas, knives, and tortillas are great, but locals also come to the markets to meet acquaintances and talk about life. Would you like to do the same? Not a single trip to Tashkent by Minzifa Travel is complete without a visit to Chorsu Bazaar!
The history of the Uzbek market begins in the Middle Ages, so be prepared to spend at least 3-4 hours here. Walk around the central pavilion, lift your head up and look at the beautiful blue dome. But be prepared for the fact that you won’t be able to leave empty-handed. Halva, roasted almonds, spices, navat sugar, devzira rice – taste Uzbekistan! Do not forget to visit the neighboring pavilions. Here you can enjoy, if not buy, the beauty of pillows, fabrics, painted dishes and woven baskets.
Admire the ornaments of the Registan in Samarkand
A visit to the Registan is an important moment in Samarkand tours. This is the most famous ceremonial square of Uzbekistan, the chance to walk around which no tourist will miss. But just walking around the square will not be enough. It is important to carefully examine the stylized inscriptions and ornate ornaments that give the composition such luxury. If you wish, you can climb the high steps to the minaret: a great view and a great opportunity to melt pilaf before the new portion of oriental delicacies.
To dispel all the myths about Bukhara
Bukhara is a small city in Uzbekistan, but to fully understand and get to know it would take more than one month. Opinions of tourists vary greatly: some think Bukhara is compact and “yellow”, others – colorful and mysterious, others just fall in love with the city. But absolutely all the rest in one voice repeats that this is one of the most authentic cities, which they had to visit.
Even if only a day to visit this corner, the tours in Bukhara is always included in the Citadel “Ark. It is here that tourists can touch the history of Alim-khan, sit on the throne, enjoy the beauty of the king’s clothes and walk around the reception square.
Travel to the Middle Ages
Khiva is a real portal to the Middle Ages and a great opportunity to get to know Uzbekistan from a different angle. It was the first city in all of Central Asia to be included in the UNESCO List, and no wonder!
Khiva is a museum under the blue sky with colorful mosques, lush tree crowns, narrow streets and painted roofs. Immerse yourself in the authentic mood of Ichan Qala, walk through the Khan’s palaces and admire the rich scenery, which has no analogues in any other eastern city.
Reviews of tourists about Uzbekistan with each season attracts more and more interested vacationers to the country. And if you are among them too, we will be happy to find a suitable tour. With Minzifa Travel mysterious Uzbekistan will lift the veil a little, and you will forever leave here a part of your heart. Write to us on Telegram, WhatsApp +998936591107, e-mail email@example.com. See you on new adventures!
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