In the very depths of the Central Asian region, in a beautiful picturesque oasis, Uzbekistan is located - a unique country on the territory of which ancient civilizations and cultures arose and developed. This region has tremendous tourism potential, not inferior in its attractiveness to the best places for recreation and travel in the world.
General information about visa to Uzbekistan
In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, foreign citizens and stateless persons can enter Uzbekistan and transit through its territory only with entry visas. Visas to foreign citizens and stateless persons are issued at diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad on the basis of visa support (confirmation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan). Visa support is issued on the basis of the application of inviting legal entities and individuals permanently or temporarily located in the territory of Uzbekistan, submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Information on air travel in Uzbekistan.
O‘zbekiston Havo Yo‘llari Airlines has routes to more than 50 destinations, including countries in Europe, Asia and North America. Representative offices operate in 25 countries. The main directions: Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Tokyo, London, Rome, Barcelona, Paris, Milan, Dubai, Sharjah, Frankfurt, New York, Delhi, Amritsar, Lahore, Bangkok, Beijing, Urumqi, Seoul, Istanbul , Tel Aviv, Moscow, etc.
Uzbekistan is a sunny republic. The climate is sharply continental. It is expressed in sharp amplitudes of day and night, summer and winter temperatures. The nature is arid, there is little precipitation, the relative humidity is low. The day lasts about 15 hours in the summer and at least nine in winter
Facts about Uzbekistan:
• Official name: Republic of Uzbekistan
• Form of government: Presidential Republic
• Head of state: President
• Territory: 447.4 thousand sq. Km
• Population: More than 25 million people
• Capital: Tashkent
• Public holiday: Independence Day - September 1
• Currency: Sum
• Religion: Islam
• Climate: Continental, arid
• Administrative division: Uzbekistan has 12 regions and the autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan.
• Large cities: Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Ferghana, Andijan
• On land, Uzbekistan borders with Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Afghanistan.
• Culture and food of Uzbekistan
• The culture of Uzbekistan is vibrant and distinctive, it has been formed over the millennia and incorporates the traditions and customs of the peoples who inhabited the territory of modern Uzbekistan at different times.
• The Great Silk Road had a special influence on the culture of Uzbekistan. As a trade route, it went from the lands of China in two directions: the first to Ferghana and the Kazakh steppes, the second to Bactria, and from there to Parthia, India and the Middle East, right up to the Mediterranean Sea. The Silk Road facilitated the transfer of not only goods, but also technology, languages, ideas, primarily religious. So the Great Silk Road contributed to the spread of Buddhism throughout Central Asia, where Buddhist culture monuments were preserved along the ancient route: Ajina-Tepa in Tajikistan, a Buddhist temple in Kuva in the Ferghana Valley, Fayaz-Tepa near Termez in Uzbekistan, etc.
• Talking about Uzbek cuisine, you can only swallow plentiful saliva, because the names of these delicious dishes: “Pilaf”, “Manti”, “Shurpa”, “Shish kebab”, “Lagman”, “Samsa” have such a magical aroma that it’s just impossible to keep calm. I want to immediately try all this with the heat and enjoy the extraordinary taste ... It is not for nothing that Uzbek cuisine is loved and revered throughout the world. It is the brightest and most varied cuisine in the East in terms of taste and external qualities.