25 Places to Visit in Uzbekistan, Tourist Places & Attractions

Tourist Places to Visit in Uzbekistan

Aydarkul Lake, Nurota Mountains, Greater Chimgan, Ark, Gur-e-Amir, Fergana Valley, Lake Charvak, Ugam-Chatkal National Park, Rishtan, Registan, Amir Timur Museum, Chorsu Bazaar, Palace Of Khudayar Khan, Lyab-i-Hauz.

Places to visit in Uzbekistan are packed with never ending heritage and history that dates back to ages in the past. The country is laid with some of the majestic fortresses and age old heritage moussoulens that are ornamented with beautiful tiles. The colorful works of the bygone era will surely attract your senses. Various scenic locations like the  Ark, Bukhara is popular for being the residence of the emir of Bukhara for many centuries and the Amir Timur Museum, Tashkent is known for being home to more than 5,000 exhibits of heirloom.

While The Walled City of Khiva is known for its crenellated brick walls, Chor Minor, Bukhara happens to be the  long-standing symbol of the four cardinal points of geography. The Uzbekistan tourist places offer you a majestic sight to behold, as well as a glimpse of the glorious past times.

Locations like Gur-e-Amir, Samarkand let you enjoy the sight of a beautiful azure dome constructed in the shape of a flute and the Palace Of Khudayar Khan, will ensure that you get to click numerous memorable pictures. Whether you are an adventurer seeking thrill or a pilgrim looking for peace, the tourist destinations of Uzbekistan will make sure that you get what you want.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Uzbekistan:

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Shahrisabz happens to be a city in Qashqadaryo in southern Uzbekistan about 80 km to the south of Samarkand. As per history, the city is known as Kesh or Kish and it was one of the major cities of Central Asia as well as the urban centre of Sogdiana which was the province of Achaemenid Empire of Persia. The city is very much famous for being the birthplace of Turco-Mongol conqueror Timur.

Shahrisabz happens to be one of the beautiful places to visit in Uzbekistan that is adorned with pristine landscapes and age old architectural marvels with beautiful intricate designs. You will surely fall in love with the heritage sites. Shahrisabz is home to some of the architectural marvels and tourist places like the famous Palace Complex of Ak-Saray, Dorut Tilovat, statue of Amir Timur, crypt of Tamerlan, and Dor Us-Siyodat.

While on a trip to Shahrisabz, you can capture the glimpse of the beautiful construction  of Ak-Saray Palace, explore the relics of the past era at Amir Timur Museum, enjoy your time at the peaceful courtyard shaded by trees of Dor-Us Siyadat Complex. The summer season of Shahrisabz is hot, arid and clear however the winters are very cold, dry, and partly cloudy. The average temperature of these places remains in the range of 32 - 95 degree celsius.

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Karakalpakstan which is also known as the Republic of Karakalpakstan happens to be an autonomous republic that is located to the northwestern end of Uzbekistan. The capital city of this region is Nukus. The territory of this region covers the land of Khwarezm. Karakalpakstan is one of the enchanting cities of Uzbekistan that is packed with pristine landscapes and enthralling architectural marvels that display the intricate artworks of the bygone era.

During your trip to Karakalpakstan, you will be marvelling at Savitsky Museum which is known for its remarkable art collections, unexpectedly modern and hip place Cinnamon Cafe, ruins of the beached ships close to the  Aral Sea memorial, Karakalpak State Museum of Regional Studies which is home to some of the ethnographic and jewellery displays, and Moynaq Museum which stores  interesting photos and paintings of the area.

Explore the remarkable art collections in the former Soviet Union at Savitsky Museum, sip some real coffee and a tempting array of cakes and home-made gelato at Cinnamon Cafe, and explore the underground vault of the Mausoleum of Mazlum Khan Slu at Mizdakhan Necropolis. Karakalpakstan happens to be one of the coldest regions in Uzbekistan that has an average daily high temperature of 20 degree celsius. The climate of this place is basically cold and wet and it corresponds to most Central European Weather.

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Khiva which is also known as Kheeva, Khwarizm, Khoresm, Khorasam, Khwarzam, and Chorezm in the past is a city in the Xorazm region. The city is believed to have been established about 1500 years in the past. The city has served as the capital of Khwarezmia. Khiva was the very first place in Uzbekistan to be included in the world heritage site by UNESCO because of its architectural beauty and rich heritage. The city flaunts some of its heritage constructions that are fashioned with the best ever artworks.

The popular attractions of Khiva are Itchan Kala GatesKhiva Gates in Uzbekistan known for its oriental atmosphere, Kunya Ark which is home to mosque, Arsenal, harem along with a royal residence, and Blue Minaret which is known for its colorful tiles. During your stay in Khiva, you can walk on top of the Northwestern Wall, capture the beautiful view over Khiva from the watchtower, witness the blue and green tile decorations  of Kalta Minor Minaret, and appreciate the beauty of Juma mosque.

Khiva happens to be located at an elevation of 98 meters above the sea level. It has got a desert type climate with no rainfall during the year. The climatic condition of Khiva is classified at BWk by the Kopper Geiger classification system. The average annual temperature is recorded to be 14.9 degree celsius and the annual rainfall is about 103 mm.

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Kokand happens to be a city in the Fergana Region that is located in Eastern Uzbekistan. The city is situated about 228 km southeast of Tashkent, 88 km west from Fergana, and 115 km west of Andijan. The name of the city derives from the well known tribal family group of Kokan which belong to the Kongrat tribe of Uzbeks. Popularly known as the city of winds, Kokand is a beautiful place that is popular for its colorful architectural marvels. Tourists love to capture the scenic moments in their cameras so that they can cherish all through their life.

The popular tourist attractions of Kokand are Chimgan popular for its ecotourism, Alisher Navoi Grand Theatre which is popular for its operas and ballet theatres, The State Museum of the Timurids History which stores a wide range of relics of the past, and The Ak-Saray Palace in Shakhrisabz which happens to be a grandiose monument of the Medieval era.

While heading out on a trip to Kokand, you can think of spending time exploring some of the age old museums and boutiques, relishing a delicious meal, hangouting in cafes, taking in a show at a theatres, walking hand in hand with your partner along the streets. You can also choose to visit some of the art galleries to capture the beautiful portraits made by local artists. The climate of Kokand is hot and humid. It is one such city of Uzbekistan which experience all the climate changes ie. monsoon, winter, and summer. The average annual rainfall is recorded at 300 mm - 900 mm and the average temperatures remain in the range of 40 - 22 degree celsius.

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Bukhara is the 5th largest city in Uzbekistan and the capital of the Bukhara Region. This place has been inhabited for more than five millenium and the city has been existing for more than half of it. It has served as a centre of trade, religion, culture and scholarships in the bygone era. It has also served as the capital of the Samanid Empire. Bukhara City is one of the most beautiful cities in Uzbekistan because of its arches and cupolas that take you back in the timeline to witness age old art and architecture.

Bukhara can be considered as an architectural mirror of the past. Some of the popular places in Burkha are Ark Fortress which was a military fort and the symbol of the state’s power, Poi Kalon Ensemble which is famed for its blue cupola of the Madrasah, and Ismail Samani Mausoleum which is one of the few marvels left out of the rich Persian Samanid dynasty. You can stroll around the city and marvel at its architectural legacy of the city which is home to more than 140 beautiful monuments.

Tourists can marvel at the architectural complex in Bukhara, Khoja Gaukushan Complex, explore the beautiful and reflect daily scenes of Uzbek life at Bukhara photo gallery, and shop souvenirs at the covered bazaars. The city of Bukhara can be considered as an epitome of beautiful architectural marvels. It is home to more than 140 architectural marvels which stand tall as the testimony for the intricate design styles.

UNESCO has also listed the city as a world heritage site because of its beautiful mosques. Bukhara has a Central Asian Coll Arid type climate. As per the Koppen Geiger classification, the climate of Bukhara is classified into BWk. The maximum average temperature is 37.2b degree celsius in the month of July and 6.6 degree celsius in the month of January. The annual precipitation is recorded at 135 millimeters.

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Termez happens to be a city in the southernmost part of Uzbekistan that is located close to the Hairatan Border crossing of Afghanistan. It is the capital of Surxondaryo Region. It is believed to be founded more than 2500 years in the past. Termez is very much popular for its amazing brick works and pristine Buddhist monasteries adorned with colorful deities and prayer flags. The most sought after attractions in Termez are Al Hakim At-Termizi Mausoleum, Fayaz-Tepa, Fortress Kirk Kiz, Friendship Bridge, Jarkurgan Minaret, Karatepa, Kokildor-Ota Khanaka, Stupa Zurmala, and Sultan Saodat Ensemble.

During your stay in Termez, you can Visit Fayaz-Tepe Buddhist Monastery, Dine at Rich Restaurant, Visit Sultan Saodat Complex, Eat at Restaurant Dubai, Go on a Samosas Tour, Visit Surxon Ipagi Silk Factory, See the Silk Road Gate, and Enjoy a Soviet Breakfast at Café Bistro. Termez is located at an elevation of 302 m above the sea level. It has got a cold desert type climate that is very hot, long summer and short, cool winters. As per the Koppen Geiger classification, the climate of the city is classified as BWk.

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Andijan happens to be a city in Uzbekistan that serves as the administrative, cultural and economic centre of the region. Located in the south eastern edge of Fergana Valley close to the border with Kyrgyzstan. It is one of the oldest cities in the Fergana Valley and it dates back to almost the 7th and 8th centuries. It is widely famous for being the birthplace of Babur, a mighty Mughal Emperor.

Andijan is very much famous for its beautiful architectural marvels that are adorned with intricate design elements of the bygone era. You will also get to witness some wonderful scenic beauty as well. Some of the popular attractions of Andijan are Jami Madrasa which is a popular religious school and Ruins of the fortress Ershi which housed the capital of the ancient state of Davan.

During your stay at Andijan, you can think of exploring the Garden of Winds, go spices and the souvenir shopping at the Local Bazaar, learn more about the Andijan local culture at Juma Mosque, stroll along the collection of art and history at Babur Museum, and witness the work of art and splash of colors at Babur Memorial Park. The city has got a cold semi arid type climate. It experiences cold winters and hot summers and midler winters. The precipitation in this area is a bit light and erratic.

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Tashkent is one of the largest cities as well as the capital of Uzbekistan. It is also one of the most populous cities of Uzbekistan. It is located in Northeastern Uzbekistan close to the border with Kazakhstan. The city has got a islamic influence and you will find prevailing Sogdian and Turkic cultures. It has been one of the important parts of the famous silk route and has witnessed a major growth. Tashkent is a beautiful city with a decorative heritage. It is home to extremely wide avenues and the centre of cultural tradition.

You will come across beautiful architectural marvels that not only have great heritages but also have got beautiful designs. Some of the must visit tourist places of Tashkent are Chorsu Bazaar which is well known for handicraft shopping, massive, old-fashioned Hotel Uzbekistan, and Central Asian Plov Center which offers delicious meals. During your stopover at Tashkent, you can eat at Minor Somsa, visit the Khazrati Imam Complex, tour Chorsu Bazaar to purchase souvenirs for your loved ones. If you wish to explore the history of Tashkent, you can visit Amir Timur Square and admire the Hotel Uzbekistan.

Tourists can also visit Minor Mosque to capture the glimpses of the scenic mosaic works, and dine at Lagman House which is popular for its wide range of cuisines. Tashkent has got a mediterranean climate with a humid continental climate. The city experiences cold and snowy winters and hot and dry summers. It receives a peak of precipitation in the early winters as well as in the spring season. The climate of the city remains hot for most of the time of the year and receives very little precipitation in the form of snow.

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Samarkand is located in Southeastern Uzbekistan. It is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia that was inhabited. As per the records, human activities have been found in these places from the late Paleolithic Era. The city is believed to be founded in between 7th and 8th century BC. It lies on the ancient silk road that connects China and Mediterranean sea and was one of the largest settlements of Central Asia. Samarkand happens to be the home of contemporary Uzbek culture. With beautiful historical monuments and holy places, the city is very much popular among the pilgrims and architecture lovers.

You will get to enjoy some of the best architectural marvels here.Samarkand is home to some of the beautiful tourist attractions like Registan which is popular for its beautiful madrassah that dates back to the 15th and 17th century and Gur-e-amir Mausoleum which is considered to be the architectural model of Taj Mahal in India. While visitng Hovrenko’s wine factory lets you taste some exotic spirits, the Tomb Of The Prophet Daniel is famous for its impressive 18 meter long sarcophagus.

While on a trip to Samarkand, you can explore the masterpieces of ancient architecture, impeccably glittering minarets, sparkling turquoise domes and hypnotic mosaic. You can stroll along the narrow avenues witnessing blue tombs and various spectacular mausoleums. Samarkand has got a Mediterranean Climate which means you will find hot, dry summers and wet, variable winters. The hottest months of the year are July and August whereas the coldest month is January. The average summer temperature is recorded at 40 degree celsius while the winter temperature can drop till -22 degree celsius.

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Urgench is a city located in western Uzbekistan and is the capital of Khorezm Regions. The city is about 45 km west of Bukhara which is across the Kyzylkum Desert. Urgench is famous for its orchards and serene landscapes. During your visit, you will not only be able to witness the architectural marvels and age old heritage sites, but you will also be able to take a tour of the agricultural lands of cotton and rice.

Some of the popular tourist places of Urgench are Statue of Muhammed al-Khwarizmi who was a mathematician known especially in Algebra, Itchan Kala a World Heritage site by UNESCO, and Of Note which was constructed in remembrance of the twenty Komsomol members. While on a tour of Urgench, you can offer prayers at the Bibi Khanym Mosque, explore the heritage monument of Statue of Amir Timur, marvel at the beautiful Shah-i-Zinda, and head out on beautiful countryside tours with your loved ones.

Located at an elevation of about 101 meters above the sea level, it has a desert type climate. There is absolutely no rainfall in this place all through the year. As per the Koppen Geiger classification, the climate of the city is classified as BWk. The average annual temperature of this place is recorded to be 14.5 degree celsius and the rainfall recorded is about 103 mm.

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Nukus is the 6th largest city in Uzbekistan and the capital city of the Republic of Karakalpakstan which is an autonomous city. The city of Nukus is very much popular for being the centre of the world class Nukus museum of Art. Nukus is very famed for its countryside environment and old fortresses. During your visit to the city, you will be heading out on various exploration tours to witness the intricate art of the artisans of the bygone era.

Some of the popular tourist places to visit in Nukus are Qaur Qala Fortress which is popular for its beautiful location on top of the hill, Moynaq & Aral Sea which is a popular ship cemetery, Karakalpak Homestay known for its traditional Karakalpak culture, and Mizda Khan Necropolis which happens to be an  active place of worship.

Capture the glimpse of some Russian avant garde paintings at Savitsky Art Museum, try local delicacies like samsa, kymyz and kurut at the bazaars, walk along the amu darya river, explore the ultimate collection on traditional Karakalpak culture at Karakalpak Homestay, and find some architectural marvels that date back to the soviet era.

Nukus has a cold desert climate which is BWk as per the Koppen Geiger classification. The summer season in this place is experienced for a long period of time and the atmosphere remains dry and hot. The winters are very short, cold and snowy. The city overall experiences a dry continental type climate.

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Other Attractions

Aydarkul is a semi-artificial lake in the middle of the Kyzylkum desert, in the northeast of Uzbekistan. It is also known as the ‘turquoise sea in the sands’ because of the colour of its water and it is one of the best tourist places in Uzbekistan.

Here we can enjoy swimming, fishing, and boating in the lake. You can also take a memorable view of the beautiful landscape around and various animals and birds living in the area. You can also spend the night in yurt camps which are made of wood as per the ancient technology used by the nomads.

Location: Kyzylkum desert, Uzbekistan

Highlights: Beautiful color of water and its impressive size
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The Nurota mountain range stretches from Dizzak to Nurata towns of Uzbekistan. The Nurata town was founded by Alexander the Great and the mountain range derives its name from it. This mountain range includes Nurata Nature Reserve and many valleys & rivers and it is one of the famous places to visit in Uzbekistan.

You can also find an endangered species of mountain sheep here, along with some rare tulips and numerous species of birds. You can trek in between the many villages located nearby and also find ruins of some historic fortresses here. You can also enjoy bird watching and swimming on the Adyar Lake located here.

Location: Nurota District in Navoiy Region in Uzbekistan

Highlights: Historic fortresses
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The greater Chimgan is the highest point of the Chatkal mountain range and is approximately 3309 meters high. You can come here for mountaineering, skiing, and trekking. Climbing up the Greater Chimgan and the descent from there is the favourite tourist route and activity on the mountain.

You can stay here for the night and enjoy the serene sunrise over the snow-covered mountains. You can also trek along the National Nature Park that was set up with the aim of protecting the primaeval wildlife of the mountain range from any human activity.

Location: Bostanlyk administrative district, Uzbekistan

Highlights: Adventure sports
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The Ark of Bukhara is the oldest structure of the Bukhara town which was occupied from the 5th century to 1920. The emirs of Bukhara used to reside here and it is a royal town within a town. 80% of the Ark is now in ruins but some of the royal quarters are still standing and have been converted into museums.

It has a Juma (Friday) Mosque with beautifully carved stalactite column heads, former residences of emir’s kushbegi (prime minister). You can also see the Reception and Coronation Court, the oldest surviving part of the Ark.

Location: Afrosiab St, Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Timings: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Entry fees: 13,000 UZS

Highlights: Medieval Architecture
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Gur-e-Amir Mausoleum is the final resting place of Timur, also known as Tamerlane, his sons, and his grandsons. It is a modest building with a fluted azure dome and a beautiful portal. During the night, the beauty of the building increases because of the spotlight done for the grand effect.

The stones in the mausoleums are just markers and the actual crypts are buried in the chamber beneath. The mausoleum has plain marble and beautifully crafted walls. Many later architectures are inspired by this beautiful mausoleum and this beautiful place is one of the best tourist places in Uzbekistan.

Location: 1/4, Universitetsky Boulevard Bustonsaroy St, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Timings: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Entry fees: 381.60 Som

Highlights: Fluted azure dome and a beautiful portal
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Fergana Valley is located in Central Asia and has two rivers, Naryn and Kara Darya. The history of this valley stretches back almost over 2300 years when the Alexandria Eschate was founded by Alexander the Great.

The Fergana Valley has a rich history and has been home to Babur and many more great rulers of numerous empires like the Mughal empire, Mongol empire, etc. The valley has many beautiful and old architectures that you can see. You can also enjoy the diverse wildlife in and around the mountains and rivers.

Location: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan

Highlights: Home to many mughal emperors
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Lake Charvak, meaning ‘four gardens’ in Persian, is a water reservoir located in the Bostanli District of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The reservoir gets the maximum water from Oskem, Koksu, and Chatkal rivers confluence in the Tian Shan mountains.

It is a famous resort in Tashkent and attracts many tourists who come to enjoy the beautiful view of the reservoir. You can enjoy paragliding here and stay at any one of the numerous hotels, tapchans, houses, and dachas available nearby and it is one of the must visit places in Uzbekistan. This lake was also an archaeological site before the reservoir was filled up and all the sites submerged.

Location: Bostanli District in the northern part of Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan

Highlights: Water reservoir and paragliding activities
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Ugam-Chatkal National Park is located northeast of Tashkent city, Uzbekistan. This entire area is called Chimgan by the locals and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016. Here you can enjoy paragliding, trekking, and many other adventure sports activities from some mountains located inside the park.

This place also provides a mesmerising view of the entire area and the valley nearby. You can also go swimming, fishing, and canoeing near the Charvak reservoir inside the national park.

Location: South Kazakhstan Region

Highlights: Recreation and adventure activities
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The Rishtan village is located in the west of Fergana, and is famous for its pottery. The pottery production in Rishtan goes back as far as 800 years ago. The pottery of this area has a unique decor, dominated by blue. The blue glaze or ‘ishkur’ used in the pottery is made by hand using natural mineral pigments and the ash mountain plants.

The pottery of Rishtan can be found in numerous museums and private collections all around the world. Here you can meet local master pottery makers and interact with them.

Location: Fergana Region, in Uzbekistan

Highlights: Pottery Art
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The famous Registan square is the main square of Samarkand and used to be the main attraction of the Timurid dynasty. The square is a Ulugbke Mdarsah, a religious mosque for education. This square has a mosque, dormitory, and lecture rooms.

The external facade, the imposing portal, and the internal mosaic dome of the square are the major architectural beauty. It is one of the most recognised Mosques in the world. Registan, meaning ‘sandy place’ in Persian, is located on the ancient Silk Road network.

Location: Registan St, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Timings: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Highlights: Ulugbke Mdarsah, a religious mosque for education
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The Amir Timur Museum was opened in the year 2006 and is one of the newest museums in Tashkent. It was opened in remembrance of Amir Timur. The blue dome and the ornate interior of the museum represent Central Asian Islamic architecture.

The museum has many ancient paintings, manuscripts, engravings of the Timurids age, and a Quran from Syria belonging to the 14th century. The museum is surrounded by beautiful gardens which have some prominent fountains and a statue of Timur on a horseback and it is one of the best places to visit in Uzbekistan.

Location: 13 Amir Temur Avenue, Tashkent 100000, Uzbekistan

Timings: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Entry fees: 4000 - 6000 SOM

Highlights: Ornamental interior
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Chorsu or Chorsu bazaar is a traditional market located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Chorsu Bazaar is almost 100 years old and is the biggest and oldest bazaar in Uzbekistan and Central Asia. In this market, you can find every item of daily necessity and it is one of the famous tourist places in Uzbekistan.

This bazaar used to be a trade centre during the old times, where the goods used to come in and go out of Tashkent. This market displays local social life in the best and traditional way. The Chorsu bazaar still has old large domed structures standing and the coloured glazed tiles that increase its beauty.

Location: 57 Tafakkur ko'chasi, Тошкент, Uzbekistan

Timings: 8:00 AM - 8:15 PM

Highlights: Biggest and oldest bazaar
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The palace of Khudayar Khan is the most beautiful royal residence in entire Central Asia. The palace was built in 1873, commissioned by Khudayar Khan, and it had 113 rooms in seven courtyards. The palace has been restored in the past few years giving an impression of the vibrant and colourful facade of arches and minarets.

The ramp of the palace leads through a beautiful portal, studded with poles, to the 19 surviving rooms. There is also a natural-history display and shows various items collected from the palace.

Location: Kokand, Uzbekistan

Highlights: Royal Residence
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Lyab-i-Hauz means by the pond and it represents the area near some of the surviving ponds (Hauz) of the Bukhara city. This place is the centre of beautiful architecture created during the 16th and 17th century and it is one of the best places to visit in Uzbekistan.

It is surrounded by ponds on the three sides and today it is a right-angled pond stretching from east to west. It is surrounded by trees that are many centuries old and has a staircase made of massive yellowish limestone blocks. The Lyab-i-Hauz khas Nadir Divan-Begi Khanaka on its west side and on the opposite of Nadir Divan-Beghi Madrasah.

Location: B. Nakshabandi, Bukhara Uzbekistan

Highlights: Beautiful architecture
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People Also Ask About Uzbekistan

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Uzbekistan with family?

    1. Aydarkul Lake: It is a semi-artificial lake created for Soviet agricultural planning. It is located in the middle of the Kyzylkum desert and you can sleep in a yurt here, ride horses and camels, and even go to the Nurota mountains from here.

    2. Fergana Valley: Being one of the best places to visit in Uzbekistan is a crossroad between different religions, cultures, and nations displaying diversity. It has many medieval Silk Road stops.

    3. Metro Tashkent: It is the first underground railway network in Central Asia with the first metro station opened in 1977. It is one of the most well-maintained and artistic metro stations you can find anywhere.

    4. Chimgon: Chingon is a ski resort located in the Tian Shann mountain range of Uzbekistan. The mountain has many mountain rivers in the valley. You can also find hotels and cottages to stay here.

    5. Japanese Garden: The foundation of this park was laid down by Japanese soldiers. You can walk in the garden and sit near the pond located inside.

    6. Independence Square: Mustaqilliq Maidoni or the Independence square of Uzbekistan has many public buildings, an Alley of Fame and Memory, the Happy Mother monument, fountains & mountains, etc.
  2. What are the best historical places to visit in Uzbekistan?

    1. Samarkand: Samarkand or the ‘Crossroad of Culture’ is the main reason why this city was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you can visit the Bibi Khanum, Registan Square, and many such beautiful places.

    2. Bukhara: UNESCO recognised Bukhara as an exemplary medieval city having a large impact on the Islamic world. Some of the historic Uzbekistan tourist places here date back to the 10th century.

    3. Khiva: In 1990, Khiva was declared as the first UNESCO World Heritage Site of Uzbekistan. Islam Khoja minaret gives a beautiful view of the city. The city has an open-museum feel due to the thick mud walls surrounding the Itchkan Kala.

    4. Shahrisabz: This city was established during the Timurid Empire and still has the original layout of the Timurid city planning. Amir Temur ordered the construction of The Ak Sarai or the white summer palace that you can still see.

    5. Tashkent: Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan displays the historical development of the country. Here you can see the street layout planned by the Soviet, architectural monuments with an oriental design, modern high glass buildings, etc.
  3. What is Uzbekistan famous for?

    Uzbekistan is very famous for lying on the ancient silk trade route as well as for being home to some of the colorful architectural marvels. You will come across zillions of isalmic architectural wonders in the city.
  4. Is Uzbekistan safe for tourists?

    Yes, Uzbekistan is definitely a safe place for travellers as the rate of violent crime is very much rare. The travellers should take care of their visit in all respects to make sure that they don't end up in any kind of trouble.
  5. What is the best time to visit Uzbekistan?

    The best time to visit Uzbekistan would be in the spring and autumn season. You can think of visiting this place in the months of April and May as the climatic conditions remain moderate for outdoor activities. You need to avoid heading over to these places to visit in Uzbekistan during the peak summers and winters as it has got an extreme climatic condition.
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BMD - $
Bermudian Dollar
BND - $
Brunei Dollar
BOB - Bs.
Bolivian Boliviano
BSD - $
Bahamian Dollar
Botswana Pula
BZD - $
Belize Dollar
CAD - $
Canadian Dollar
Swiss Franc
CNY - ¥
Chinese Renminbi Yuan
COP - $
Colombian Peso
Costa Rican Colón
Czech Koruna
DKK - kr.
Danish Krone
DOP - $
Dominican Peso
DZD - د.ج
Algerian Dinar
EGP - ج.م
Egyptian Pound
ETB - Br
Ethiopian Birr
FJD - $
Fijian Dollar
Ghanaian Cedi
GIP - £
Gibraltar Pound
Gambian Dalasi
Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
Vietnamese dong