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Russian Othordox church in Bishkek

Places to visit in Kyrgyzstan

An important stopping point along the Silk Route, Kyrgyzstan is a predominantly rural country of immense snow-coated mountains, sapphire lakes and wide-open steppe grazed by wild horses. But, there are also places to go that will give you a taste of the country’s deep-rooted culture. Our specialists have journeyed across this mysterious land and can help you decide which places to visit in Kyrgyzstan based on your interests.

The capital, Bishkek, is a tree-filled city watched over by jagged mountain peaks. Here, you’ll find remnants of the country’s Soviet past, including a giant statue of Lenin. For a deeper look into Kyrgyzstan’s history, visit Tash Rabat: a 15th-century stone caravanserai comprising 31 domed rooms, set in a steep green valley. Or, to experience the nomadic lifestyle that still exists throughout the country, stay in a yurt camp on the shores of Lake Song Kol.
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