Travel to Uzbekistan - Uzbekistan Tours
Uzbekistan or The Republic of Uzbekistan was formerly part of the Soviet Union located in Central Asia. On the west it shares borders with Kazakhstan, and on the north with Kyrgyzstan.
On the east lies Afghanistan and Turkmenistan on the south. The main Uzbekistan religion is Islam, with about 90% of the population being Muslim, 5% orthodox Christians and 5% other religions. The capital city is Tashkent. The second largest city in Uzbekistan is Samarkand.
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Uzbekistan was once part of the Persian Samanid and later the Tumirid Empire. There are preserved relics from these eras and from when it was the center of the Tamerlane’s Empire. These empires were the main factor behind the development of education and commerce in Uzbekistan. Today, there are cities in this remarkable country which symbolize the oriental beauty and mysteries in the history of Uzbekistan.
Travel to Uzbekistan
For those who travel to Uzbekistan, there are recommended places to visit which are mainly located on the Silk Road. This is where most ancient cities were located and there were roads for caravans to move from east to west of the country. The name Silk Road was used in 138AD to describe this road because it was where the silk from China used to come into the country.
This amazing country has some historic places like the Aral Sea which is a very important destination for Uzbekistan tours. Similarly Khiva, Bukhara and Khokand are also very important places with a lot of historic importance. There are remnants of ancient civilizations that once inhabited these cities which never cease to fascinate tourists. Without visiting these places Uzbekistan tours are simply incomplete.
The weather in Uzbekistan is continental. It is generally hottest in the south and coldest in the north. Therefore the ideal time to travel to Uzbekistan is April to June or August to October.
There are Uzbekistan holidays and festivals which are a must to attend during Uzbekistan tours. For those planning to travel to Uzbekistan there is the need to plan this prefect journey. During festivals and holidays tourists experience the amazing beauty of the cultures and people of Uzbekistan. Their most important holidays are their Independence Day, Teachers’ Day, Commemoration Day, Women’s Day, Kurban Khait, Ramadan Khait, and folk festival of Boysun Bakhori.
Uzbekistan food is one of the best Asian delicacies, the most recommended are Kebab and Manty which are steamed or fried. Their delicious flat round loaf of bread is also very wonderful in taste.
Uzbekistan is the most preferred tourist destinations by Europeans who wish to escape the freezing cold of European winters. Uzbekistan tours are the most appreciated holidays for anyone.