Like a timeline of epochs, Uzbekistan’s sites mark the land, from the ancient city of Nur to the Silk Road capital of Khiva.
Not many countries can say that they’ve been inhabited for over 5 millennia or had cities built by Alexander the Great. With its sand-coloured facades and sapphire minarets, Uzbekistan can make these claims and more. Take the city of Bukhara, a dazzling oasis in the sand and one of the holiest cities in the Muslim world. Or the present day capital of Tashkent, with it anomalously beautiful and eclectic modern architecture. Uzbekistan’s cultural depth never ceases to amaze.
Our Uzbekistan trips
Uzbekistan tour reviews
Our Uzbekistan trips score an average of 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews in the last year.
Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan Discoverer , June 2018
Uzbekistan is a beautiful place to visit with all the amazing tiled buildings and it just got better with every city. It's worth arriving a day or two early to spend time in Tashkent which was a lovely, leafy city, and the hotel is well placed for access to restaurants, museums and galleries. Our guide was very knowledgeable and took good care of us. Turkmenistan involves much driving through deserts and the marble filled and people empty city of Ashgabat is a strange place, but the gas crater camping experience is really good and the border crossing is quite an experience too!
Review submitted 13 Jul 2018