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Fergana region

Modern Ferghana is a large industrial center with a developed economy and high culture. The traditions of applied art, poetic literature and education have been preserved here.

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Namangan region

The first reason to visit Namangan is people, good-natured and hospitable. In Chust, tourists are recommended to visit craftswomen who make skullcaps by hand. They differ from any other types of skullcaps in Uzbekistan in that they are almost twice as high, and the patterns embroidered on the sides are unlike any other.

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Tashkent region

For many years, Tashkent has been the most important business and cultural center of the country, attracting tourists from all over the world. Tashkent has a fairly large list of attractions, which will take several days to visit.

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Andijan region

In the 9th century, the city became part of the Samanid state and became one of the main cities of the Ferghana Valley. At this time it was referred to as Andukan. Then, in the XIV century, during the reign of Amir Temur, the city reaches the peak of the development of science, culture and economy. Also, in the Andijan region, the city of Akhsikent, Zahiriddin Muhammad Babur was born

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Bukhara region

Bukhara – The Sacred City! In the Middle Ages, when the region was at its pinnacle, scholars travelled from all over the Islamic world to study here, including two giants of Persian culture, Ibn Sina and Firdausi.

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Samarkand region

Samarkand – Crossroads of Cultures! The name Samarkand conjures a place that floats somewhere between fact and romantic fiction. Its fame reaches back into the fog of time.

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Jizzakh region

On the one hand, the harsh mountains of Nurata, at the foot of which the Sanzar River flows, on the other, the seemingly endless Hungry Steppe. The peculiar nature of the Jizzakh region is a variety of natural landscapes that combine unique elements of relief and climate.

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Navoiy region

Only in the Navoi region is incomparable nature: climbing high into the mountains, you can see poppy carpets and the stone forest of Zharakuduk.

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Kashkadarya region

This land, which has beautiful nature, endless pastures and rich minerals, attracted the attention of many foreign conquerors and survived the invasion of Alexander the Great, the Mongol campaign, and the rule of the Achaemenids.

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Surhandarya region

Surkhandarya region is notable for mountain and ecotourism. In the region you can see the incredible beauty of the natural landscape: caves, gorges. These places attract a lot of attention of travelers and adventurers.

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Khorezm region

Khorezm is one of the ancient regions with 2700 years of history, located between two rivers and the deserts of Central Asia, and is also well known with such historical cities as Khiva and Urgench. The main aspect of visiting Khorezm is historical and cultural tours.

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Republic of Karakalpakstan

According to historical sources, people in the territory of Karakalpakia lived already in the Neolithic era. The territory of the modern Republic of Karakalpakstan is a kind of "archaeological reserve", which now has over 300 archaeological sites. In ancient times, this territory, together with the modern Khorezm region and adjacent regions of Turkmenistan, constituted Khorezm.

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