Uzbekistan - Things to do

Chorsu Bazaar, Tashkent

Tashkent’s Chorsu (‘four ways’) Bazaar is a typical, but especially lively, bustling Central Asian bazaar. Covered stalls protect the piles of...

Tashkent

Compare old and new in Tashkent. The capital preserves only a small proportion of its architectural past. A massive earthquake in 1966 flattened...

As the capital, it’s not surprising that Tashkent offers some of the best shopping in Uzbekistan. Boutiques and small independent shops sell the best Central Asian style carpets, skull caps...

Like most of Central Asia, Uzbekistan doesn’t have a great deal of nightlife going on. There are the usual slightly soulless bars in larger hotels in Tashkent, and a few better places in...

November
18

The country’s symbol of sovereignty, the Uzbek flag was approved at the Uzbek Supreme Council's Seventh Extraordinary Session on November 18th,...

December
08

Uzbekistan adopted the constitution on December 8, 1992 and ever since, the date has been widely celebrated, all over Uzbekistan as a public...

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