Experience a remote adventure – well and truly off the tourist trail – in dazzling Uzbekistan.
There are the famous cultural sites we’ve been told we have to visit (here’s looking at you Instagram) and then there are the iconic sites we never knew we had to see. Like the glittering turquoise domes of Registan Square in Samarkand, the breathtaking Kalon Mosque and Minaret in the ancient Silk Road city of Bukhara or the elaborately decorated metro stations of Tashkent. And outside of the cities, Uzbekistan is just as full of surprises – like the traditional villages of the Nuratau Mountains or a desert-bound yurt camp. This is Uzbekistan, in all its charming glory.
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Uzbekistan at a glance
Official – Uzbek Widely spoken – Russian, Tajik
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