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Straight to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is the treasures of the Great Silk Road, the azure mosques of Samarkand and the caravanserais of Bukhara, ancient Khiva and the modern capital Tashkent. Generous cuisine, excellent wines, cordiality and hospitality

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A bit about the country


Here you can see the real ancient East - in Khiva, Samarkand and Bukhara. You can taste real Uzbek pilaf, prepared according to a recipe that is more than a thousand years old. Hotels here do not cost exorbitant amounts of money, and dinner in a restaurant will not ruin even the hungriest tourist. The traditional route for tourists in Uzbekistan passes through Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. Many areas in these places have not been touched by civilization, so you can see the ancient Islamic architecture with your own eyes.

Belarusians do not need a visa.
The country's currency is the Uzbek som (UZS)
Uzbek. The second most important language is Russian.

How to get there

Direct flights have been established between Belarus and Uzbekistan. You can get from Minsk to Tashkent without transfers in less than 5 hours by flights, for example, Belavia or Uzbekistan Airlines.


The climate of Uzbekistan is sharply continental, hot and arid. The average temperature in winter and on New Year's Day ranges from −8 °C to +3 °C; in mountainous areas it can drop to −16 °C. In summer, the temperature in the northern regions of the country reaches +32 °C, and in the south - up to a not-weak +42 °C. The best time to visit the country is spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October).

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