...as fast as you can. Reasons are simple and quite known: visa-free regime, safety and new untouched history, being stored in Samarkand and Bukhara. A sudden point of Uzbekistan being popular in social media was also added as a finishing 'yes'.
CNN's authors have published a list 'what to do in Uzbekistan' and among other variants there are some real interesting ones:
- Drive on Tashkent's subway - and enjoy the views of stations, decorated like medieval mausoleums;
- To take a shot of vodka while eating pilaf;
We agree with these advises, and providing you some extra excursions to our tour packages to Uzbekistan & Central Asia, such as:
- Visiting Khovrenko's winery & museum in Samarkand;
- Enjoy the local seasonal festivals, such as Boysun Bahori or Navruz;
- Discover Fergana valley and Andijan city
Uzbekistan, CNN says, is a brand-new itinerary for experienced travelers - previously, the country was closed and the visa was hard to get. Nowadays, with new policy of tourism and visa regime Uzbekistan has become a #1 direction for travelling in 2020.
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