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We’re not taking new bookings for travel to Uzbekistan at the moment. Our specialists can advise you on all the destinations you can currently book with us.
Landlocked Uzbekistan is a hinterland of inhospitable desert, and yet it has produced works of such architectural sumptuousness and skill, they’ve beguiled visitors and itinerants for centuries — and they continue to do so. Whether you visit Uzbekistan as part of a longer journey retracing the Silk Route, or as a standalone destination, our specialists will talk you through the country’s primary points of interest. They’ll weave their knowledge of its backstreets, museums, Soviet relics and Islamic sacred sites into your own tailor-made Uzbekistan itinerary.
The triptych of madressehs (Islamic schools) gracing Registan Square in the historical city of Samarkand is likely to form the climax to your holiday in Uzbekistan, and our specialists will help you make the most of your visit here. You can complement this with exploring Khiva’s city walls, Tashkent’s teahouses and Bukhara’s marketplaces. Our specialists can also point you toward half-forgotten, lesser-known places: ruined mud-brick fortresses marooned amid desert sands, and once-powerful port towns.
Our specialists advise on the best months to visit Uzbekistan, including information about climate, events and festivals.
Practical tips for travelling to Uzbekistan, from social protocols to guidance on money matters, with a link to the latest government travel advice.
Covering all seven continents, The world your way shows you how you can see the world with us. It features trip ideas from our specialists alongside hand-picked stays and experiences, and introduces our approach to creating meaningful travel experiences.
Written by our specialists from the viewpoint of their own travels, these guides will help you decide on the shape of your own trip to Uzbekistan. Aiming to inspire and inform, we share our recommendations for how to appreciate Uzbekistan at its best.
Travel specialist Nick documented his journey along the ancient Silk Route, taking in the cultures and landscapes of China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, from the Gobi Desert to the beautiful mosaic buildings of Samarkand’s Registan Square.
The Silk Route, unpacked: highlights of Central Asia
The Silk Route spans a vast area of the globe from China to Uzbekistan. Here, Silk Route specialist John explains why you should focus your energies on Central Asia, and why this region is so fulfilling to explore.