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Best Uzbekistan itineraries

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Uzbekistan location

Central Asia

Located

Land borders

Afghanistan

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyzstan

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan at a glance

Som (UZS)

Currency

Uzbek

Language

Cheap (2 of 5)

Level of costs

Trendy (4 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Safe (56 / 100)

Safety index

Emerging (71 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Uzbekistan in Central Asia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
These flight connections are taken during this route: Tashkent - Chorvoq and Nukus - Tashkent. You can pay with Som everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Uzbek . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary shows you the main interesting destinations of Uzbekistan in Central Asia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
The climate is cold. These flight connection are taken during this route: Bukhara - Tashkent. You can pay with Som everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Uzbek . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary brings you through Uzbekistan. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Andijan and Tashkent. Many cities are snowy in December. During your travel you have to speak Uzbek . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. There are one flight connection. These are Andijan -
Samarkand (more about Samarkand itineraries). You can pay with Som everywhere.
The itinerary brings you at the beginning to Central Asia, more precisely Uzbekistan. Kyrgyzstan are the next countries. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Mainly very big cities are destinations. You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at Andijan,
Osh and Tashkent. The climate is snowy. You can pay with Som everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Uzbek and Russia (see itineraries)n . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
At Uzbekistan, Central Asia, you will begin your route. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at Andijan and Tashkent. The climate is cold. These flight connection are taken during this route: Andijan -
Samarkand. During your travel you have to speak Uzbek . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. You can pay with Som everywhere.
At Uzbekistan, Central Asia, the itinerary will begin. After that the itinerary proceeds Turkmenistan.
Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Tashkent and Andijan. As a Uzbekistan citizen you must get the valid visa before for Turkmenistan. These flight connection are taken during this route: Namangan - Turkmenabat. During your travel you have to speak Uzbek and Turkmen . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. Som and Manat are the currencies.

Things to do

I nodded in agreement. Okay, okay, I just said that Uzbekistan is not just about Samarkand. Me, personally, I would vote for Samarkand (Samarkand in detail) . The Registan is stunning by day and by night, you can see Timur’s mausoleum and learn about the country’s history in Ulugbek’s observatory. One of the big sights in Khiva is the Ark.

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. is a country that’s not on many people’s radar, there are still areas that can feel kind of touristy. Nearly all of the people who visit Uzbekistan explore cities like Khiva, Bukhara, and Samarkand, but very few people venture down to the city of Termez . But even though this city is far off the beaten path, it’s full ...

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The Silk Road cuts through the country and has left the traces of many a conqueror from Genghis Khan to Amir Timur as they made way from the Orient to the Occident and back again. Uzbekistan has countless attractions to offer from architecture to culture, cuisine to history, artwork to environmental disasters and more.

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22. See The Empires Change Hands In Qarshi

15. See Amir Timur’s Unintended Final Resting Place At Gur e Amir

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Uzbekistan is probably one of the lesser known destinations in the world. Located in central Asia, this is one country which many people are interested in, and which in turn has steadily fueled a growing tourism industry. To a large extent, the country remains a mysterious destination for many.

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Eat & drink

, and every region has its own variation of the recipe. Everyone you meet in Uzbekistan will tell you that their mother’s plov is the best and urge you to try a portion. Resistance is futile: eat another mouthful, and enjoy! ...

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We didn’t stay long at the observatory because just a 5 minute walk around the corner you’ll find Domashnii Restaurant, a popular local restaurant, tucked within the neighborhood that’s famous for their chickpeas. ...

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YES! Like, seriously, extremely safe. Unfortunately, the general population sees Central Asia as a dangerous region thanks to the bits of bad news delivered by our media, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. ...

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The restaurant scene is not that great in Khiva, but I imagine it will improve in the near future. I had a couple of meals at Terrassa Café which I appreciated as much for the view as the food. ...

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General

. to Uzbekistan, on the Uzbek side. I was taking my first steps in the country, I was communicating with him to kill the time, waiting for a taxi, and yes that’s what he said. Notice I’m not talking with him, I’m “communicating”. Indeed, he was only speaking Russian and ..

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My trip to Uzbekistan has been one of my favourite adventures so far. After visiting almost 50 countries, I am not all that easy to impress but Uzbekistan stole my heart and I would strongly recommend it to anyone who enjoys cultural travel and getting off the beaten path. I never really let the fact that I am a solo ...

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3 thoughts on “Solo Female Travel in Uzbekistan: What to Expect”

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This landlocked country, nestled between Kazakhstan (more about Kazakhstan itineraries), Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan, is very much a hidden gem in plain sight. These are the five cities in Uzbekistan you must visit. Because one of the few things I knew about Uzbekistan is that much of it is desert, I was shocked at how green ...

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Once a hermetic country with very strict visa policies for foreigners, Uzbekistan is slowly opening its borders to show the world the majesty of what used to be the core and center of the ancient Silk Road, a country filled with impressive shrines, mosques and perfectly shaped old cities.

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13 – Bring a spare backpack for the cash –

40 – But people don’t really care about politics –

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Itinerary

Uzbekistan is an up-and-coming destination and the place that comes to mind when many think of the Silk Road. I’ve created this two week Uzbekistan itinerary based on my own personal travels in the country. You’ll find the best way to hit the highlights withoutmissing a thing.

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Two months later, I found myself standing inside Registan – the biggest square in Samarkand , with tears rolling down my eyes. I teared up because I couldn’t believe a place so beautiful could even exist. I teared up because in the 10 days I’d spent in Uzbekistan, I’d lost count of the number of times my breath had ...

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Alternative One Week Uzbekistan Itinerary

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Below you can find my recommendations for two weeks in Uzbekistan. This Uzbekistan itinerary will guide you to many of the highlights, but of course I also recommend some alternative destinations to get away from tourist crowds. ...

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34 thoughts on “Two Week Uzbekistan Itinerary”

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Stop 5 – Day Trip to Muynak and the Aral Sea ship cemetery - Chilpik Kala offers the modern-day traveller a journey back to a time when what we now see as small Uzbek cities, were once the major trade centres on the lucrative Silk Road. This Uzbekistan itinerary will take you on a journey through time.

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Uzbekistan Itinerary Video

Uzbekistan Itinerary Overview

Uzbekistan Itinerary Round-Up

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Costs

A budget guide to Uzbekistan with plenty of info about the costs of backpacking in Uzbekistan. If you’re wondering how much does it cost to travel in Uzbekistan, you’ll find all the information here. In this article, I’ll tell you exactly how much traveling around Uzbekistan could cost.

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Uzbekistan is a very affordable country to travel around and can easily be done on your own. Transportation and accommodation are the biggest expenses while traveling in Uzbekistan. ...

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Having read the guide book and some blog posts, I knew Uzbekistan wouldn’t be an expensive country. I think it’s always a good idea to have some reserve cash, so our budget seemed perfect. However, I was quite unprepared for exactly how cheap it would be to visit Uzbekistan! I think this may well be the cheapest ...

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Many airlines now fly to the international airport at Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. The airport is about 7.5 miles from the city. ...

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Accommodation

How to get there: Take a shared taxi to Jizzakh, after which a private taxi is the only option. Language was a barrier, so I called Sherzod from Responsible Travel Uzbekistan to help me fix the price. ...

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Silk Road, Bukhara – where many old madrasas have been converted into hotels, each tiny cell one room, and the cloisters became lovely spaces to relax… loved it. Our choice was the Mekhtar Ambar Hotel ...

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If there is one destination in Uzbekistan to check out its ancient history, it would be Registan. ...

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Tashkent has a wide variety of places to sleep within all possible price ranges. ...

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Hotel Uzbekistan

Where to sleep in Khiva

Where to sleep in Samarkand

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