Uzbekistan is a country that attracts the attention of the whole world with its numerous historical and architectural monuments, its diverse nature and its rapid modern development. For centuries Uzbekistan has been situated at the crossroads of trade routes as the Pearl on the Great Silk Road, where Merchants and Travellers, Geographers and Missionaries, Invaders and Conquerors followed. Today’s Uzbekistan is an attractive destination for adventurous people interested in culture and history, traditions and exotic countries.
Uzbekistan is a proud country with architectural monuments that have been preserved since the time of our ancestors. The Ichan-Kala complex in Khiva and the historical centres of Bukhara, Shakhrisabz and Samarkand are on the UNESCO list of “World Heritage Sites”. Unique monuments and architectural monuments in these cities are the reflection of an epoch that has played an important role in the country’s history.
Uzbekistan is a sunny country, which can be enjoyed here in every season of the year. Spring and autumn is the main season for travellers to Uzbekistan. During this time you can enjoy the untouched nature of our region, visit the world famous sights and travel along the Great Silk Road.
In winter you can go to one of the four ski resorts to experience the beauty of powder snow and in summer you can go to the mountains to enjoy the purest mountain air by hiking in the nature reserves of Uzbekistan.
The climate in Uzbekistan is mostly warm and dry, so the summer is easy to bear and the winter is mostly warm. In the coldest month the temperature can fall below – 6 C, in the hottest month it rises to over +32 C.
Welcome to Uzbekistan – a Pearl on the Silk Road!