Located in the heart of Central Asia, Uzbekistan is a magical place with incredible architecture, rich history, and beautiful landscapes. Here’s why this amazing country should be your next destination:
1. The People
According to the UN report, Uzbekistan is one of the happiest countries on earth. It’s no wonder that the people there are hospitable and friendly, welcoming visitors with big smiles and open arms.
2. The Shopping
Uzbekistan is truly a paradise for shopping. Roam the famous markets and bazaars to find colorful embroidery, beautifully decorated ceramics, and other unique souvenirs that you never knew you needed.
3. The Architecture
The architecture in Uzbekistan is breathtaking. With Islamic, Persian, and Russian influences, the captivatingly bright gold and blue tilework and intricate geometric designs are symbols of the nation’s history.
4. The Culture & History
Once a main stop on the ancient Silk Road, Uzbekistan is the meeting point of Eastern and Western cultures. The country’s long history includes the eras of Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan.
5. The Food
Uzbek cuisine has some of the most delicious food in Central Asia, with a unique blend of flavors and styles from the East and West. Be sure to try their mouthwatering mutton plov (pilaf) or manties (Uzbek dumplings)!
6. The Landscapes
The country isn’t only known for it’s mosques and mausoleums – outside of the cities, Uzbekistan boasts some truly spectacular scenery, with a diverse range of stunning landscapes including mountains, canyons, deserts, grasslands, and lakes.
7. Just Look At It
Although it is unknown to most of the world, the beauty of this country is undeniable. Uzbekistan’s many hidden wonders and secrets are simply waiting to be discovered.
Travelers Society is taking you to the hidden gems of the silk road: Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan! Check out the incredible landscape of Central Asia with its green snow capped mountains, and stunning nature. Learn about Kyrgyz history and culture, while strolling through Bishkek’s Soviet built streets, horseback riding through beautiful scenery and dine in style in a traditional shepherd’s yurt with a local nomadic family. Head over to Uzbekistan and check out its magnificent architecture – turquoise and blue domed mosques, traditional local bazaars, wonderful people (some of the nicest you will ever meet), and rich history, UNESCO sites, and more!!
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