Airports in Uzbekistan

Here’s everything you need to know about UzbekistanTransportations, climate, popular places and more. Airports in Uzbekistan and transfers...

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Information about Uzbekistan

  • Language: Uzbek, also Russian, Tajik
  • Dialing code: +998
  • Capital: Tashkent
  • Currency: Uzbek soum (UZS)
  • Time zone: UTC+5 (UZT)
  • Area: 448,978 km²
  • Population: 35,955,400
  • Climate:  The summers are long, dry, and hot, with temperatures ranging between 27 to 35 degrees. Winters are cold, with temperatures around -3 degrees.
  • National Religion: Islam
  • Official Newspapers: Khalq Sozi (in Uzbek), Narodnoye Slovo, Novosti Uzbekistana, Pravda Vostoka (in Russian), Samarkand, Zerkalo XXI
  • National Emergency Numbers: 102 (Police), 101 (Fire), 103 (Ambulance)

Uzbekistan, also the Republic of Uzbekistan, is situated in Central Asia. It is a double landlocked country surrounded by five other landlocked countries: Afghanistan in the south, Tajikistan in the southeast, Turkmenistan in the southwest, Kazakhstan in the north, and Kyrgyzstan in the northeast. The largest city and capital are Tashkent. It is in an area of 447,400 square kilometers. Uzbekistan is the 56th largest and the 40th most densely populated country in the world. The Aral Sea, the fourth largest inland sea in the world, is in Uzbekistan. The summers are long, dry, and hot, with temperatures ranging between 27 to 35 degrees. Winters are cold, with temperatures around -3 degrees starting from December. Gold and cotton are considered the most important products contributing to its economy. 

People & Culture of Uzbekistan

Persians, Greeks, Arabs, Chinese, Russians, and nomadic Turkic tribes have influenced Uzbekistan. 71% of the population is Uzbek, followed by 8.4% of Russians, 5% of Tajiks, 4.1% of Kazaks, 2.4% of Tatars, and 2.1% of Karakalpaks. Uzbek values are tolerance, generosity, hospitality, and kindness. Various architectural monuments, beautiful landscapes, and ruins from great civilizations are some of Uzbekistan's traits. 

Top Tourist Attractions in Uzbekistan

  • Registan
  • Shah-i Zinda
  • Gur Emir Mausoleum
  • Chimgon
  • Ulugh Beg Observatory
  • Lyab-i-Hauz
  • Great Minaret of the Kalon
  • Itchan Kala
  • Teleshayakh Mosque
  • Sher Dor Madrasah
  • Independence Square
  • Friday Mosque or Juma Mosque
  • Chor-Minor
  • Tillya Kori Madrasah
  • Ulugbek Madrasah
  • Mir-i-Arab Madrasa
  • Metro Tashkent
  • Samanid Mausoleum
  • Chorsu Bazaar
  • Bibi Khanym Mosque

 Popular Dishes in Uzbekistan

  • Achichuk (a type of salad)
  • Lagman (a popular dish, noodles with meat)
  • Shivit Oshi (green noodles)
  • Obi Non (traditional bread)
  • Plov (national dish, rice cooked with vegetables or meat)
  • Shashlik or shish kabob (meat rolls)
  • Suzma (sauce with onions)
  • Halva (dessert)
  • Toasted apricot seeds
  • Dolma (grape leaves stuffed with meat and rice)
  • Kazan Kabob (meat with potatoes and vegetables)
  • Manti (steamed dumpling with meat fillings)
  • Samsa (savoury pastry)
  • Chuchvara (traditional dumpling with meat or vegetables)
  • Fried chuchvara
  • Guzlama (fried dumplings)
  • Shurpa (soup with meat)
  • Chalop (yogurt soup)
  • Tukhum Barak (dumplings with cottage cheese)
  • Dimlama (meat with potatoes and carrots)

Private Airport Transfers in Uzbekistan

With landscapes, magnificent madrasas, mosques, large cuisine, and charming people, Uzbekistan is a country to visit once again! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in Uzbekistan. You can book your transfer onlineand we can arrange the rest, so you don't need to worry about getting to the desired location in Uzbekistan.

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