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Uzbekistan

With ancient cities dating back to hundreds of years, Uzbekistan is an intriguing destination to visit. It is typically associated with the Big Three: Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. These cities each have rich and fascinating histories reflected within its preserved architecture. Expect to see structures that have been preserved in its entirety or restored – some have even likened the cities to “city-museums” of the country. Beyond these artefacts that provide a glimpse into the past, you can also expect to find sites that are off-the-beaten-path like natural attractions and ancient fortresses. The natural diversity of the Uzbekistan also makes it the perfect place for those interested to find out more about the culture of Central Asia, where locals are genuinely hospitable and accepting to travellers.

 

Things not to miss in Uzbekistan
UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva
Fall asleep under a shanyrak
Water rafting
Learn the blacksmith craft
Hike Gulkam canyon
Aborigines of Pamir

 

Best time to travel to Uzbekistan

May – Jun and Sep – Nov

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