Uzbekistan will become one of the points of the international expedition ‘Great Silk Road 2017.’ It will be headed by a Polish reporter and researcher, member of the Russian Geographical Society, member of the Royal Geographical Society in London Jacek Pałkiewicz.
From 7th to 9th of November London has hosted the 37th world tourism fair World Travel Market-2016 (WTM-2016). This is one of the largest and most popular international tourism exhibitions which practically represents the entire spectrum of services in this area. Being the second largest tourist exhibition in Europe (after Berlin) WTM has been conducting annually since 1980.
Uzbekistan’s citizens have voted to shortlist seven wonders of Uzbekistan-2016 within the framework of the www.meros.uz internet project.
At the World Travel Market 2016 on November 10 in London, nine travel agencies from Uzbekistan will represent the tourist potential of the country.
Today Karakalpakstan in the tourist market is trying to compete with one of the major tourist centers in the country - Khiva.
Among foreign tourists visiting Uzbekistan there are not so many of those from Thailand. This is due, primarily, to the lack of awareness of Thais about our country. The agreement on cooperation between the two countries in the tourism sector that has been recently signed should contribute to the change of the situation.
While entering the Uzexpocenter pavilion, which these days is hosting the International Tourism Fair ‘Tourism on the Silk Road’, the first thing that draw your attention is the stand of Kashkadarya region. The stirring performances of folk ensembles of the region in colorful costumes catch the fancy of all visitors and participants of the Fair.
Representatives of companies from Russia, Japan, Portugal, Maldives, Turkey, UAE, Thailand, Chile and other countries participate and visit the 22nd Tashkent International Tourism Fair ‘Tourism on the Silk Road.’
A conference ‘Eco-tourism is an important factor in sustainable development and environmental protection: the experience of Uzbekistan and foreign practice’ will be held in Tashkent this October 5-6.
On October 5-7, Uzexpocentre will host Uzbekistan’s largest tourist event, the Tashkent International Tourism Fair (TITF-2016).
“We need something more…” These words are usually said by representatives of travel agencies, when planning a new tourist route, about which it can be said in one word: monuments - or rather, a lot of monuments…
“We need something more…” These words are usually said by representatives of travel agencies, when planning a new tourist route, about which it can be said in one word: monuments - or rather, a lot of monuments… The tourists, especially foreigners, like the diversity, and they also like surprises. Along with the ancient cities and monuments, they want to get introduced with the current realities o...
Today, work is underway to prepare the necessary documents, but very soon the Kitob State Geological Reserve will enter into a global network of UNESCO Geoparks. What is interesting here to develop geological tourism? UT correspondent tries to find the answer to this question.
Uzbektourism National Company has warned tourists and tour operators who are planning a trip to Singapore, Malaysia and other countries in South-East Asia on the risk of the spread of Zika virus in the region.
Who said that Uzbekistan has no forest? They are available, only in the petrified forms. In recent years they have become increasingly popular for tourist trips.
Let’s talk about corn. Today, we look at this ingredient, which is quite popular in traditional meals of the peoples of Uzbekistan.
Tandir kabob is a traditional dish of the nomads. Today, this is a gastronomic brand of Jizzakh, Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya regions. At the same time, this dish has great varieties.
A peculiar hallmark of the country is the monuments of architecture - high minarets, which can be seen in all the ancient cities of the country. The Uzbekistan Today creative team presents the TOP 5 major minarets in Uzbekistan.
It is estimated that the majority of foreign tourists traveling to Uzbekistan, stay in Bukhara longer than in other regions. This is due to a compact arrangement of a large number of landmarks and tourist infrastructure.
Knauf Uzbekistan in collaboration with the famous Uzbek archaeologist Elizabeth candidate of archaeological sciences, Elizaveta Nekrasova, has introduced "Bukhara Architectural Alas".