Tashkent is a wonderful mixture of a modern metropolis and the unique colors of an eastern city. Taking a walk in Tashkent, you will see graceful European constructions of Turkestan Governorate General, monumental buildings of the Soviet era, blue domes of mosques and madrasas, and glittering facades of modern buildings. During this tour you will visit the city’s old and new parts, explore a real eastern bazaar, and take the Tashkent metro – one of the most beautiful in the world. The Visit to Tashkent City is the best tour for getting to know Uzbekistan’s capital city, with all its history and interesting buildings.
Visit to Tashkent city descriptions
1 person – no discount 2 persons – 10% discount 3 persons – 20% discount 4 persons and up – 30% discount
Guided sightseeing tour; Entrance fees to the museums, mausoleums and other sights; Transport throughout the city tour.
Must visit on your Tashkent city visit
Khazrati Imam Architectural Complex
On your visit to Tashkent city, you will have an opportunity to visit an architectural complex formed around the cemetery of renowned Islamic scholar Khazrati Imam, it houses various other tombs, mosques, madrasahs, making this a unique tourist spot altogether.Barak-Khan Madrasah, Tilla Sheikh Mosque, Namazgoh Mosque, The Muftiate building are just some of the other well-known monuments you’ll get to see in this complex. Bogi-KeykausGarden and KaffalShashi’s tomb are the sacred pilgrimage center where the greatest figures of the time are worshipped.
It is one of the largest open-air markets in Central Asia where you can get a sense of real oriental shopping and market experience. Various daily necessities are sold under this blue-colored domed building and is a major source of grocery and everyday items for the locals.
The KhodjaAkhrarVali Mosque
The mosque is dedicated to one of the most influential person in Uzbekistan history, KhodjaAkhrar. This “Friday Mosque” was built in XV Century and was later renovated and rebuilt by European architectures in XIX Century giving it a somewhat peculiar but fascinating look.
History Museum of the People of Uzbekistan
Also known as The State Museum of History of Uzbekistan, it was founded in 1876 and keep accounts of the evolution of Uzbekistan from its early inhabitants to its present form. You can also find collections from Stone Age and later the Tamerlane Dynasty.
The Central Part Of Tashkent Provides Equal Sightseeing Opportunities.
Amir Timur Square
The horse riding statue of the most prominent leaders in Uzbek history, Amir Timur, stands tall in the center of this square. Parks have been developed around the statue which serves as an excellent place for stretching your legs.
Independence Square (MustaqillikMaydoni)
The central square of Tashkent is one of the favorite resting place for tourists and residents alike interlinking many different routes of the city. The recent development in recreation around the park has extended its beauty.
Tashkent Television Tower
With an astounding height of 375 meters, it is the highest Uzbek construction primarily used for radio communication purposes. This tower also has a number of lobbies and restaurants with high speed elevators.
The beauty and service of the underground subways of Taskhent are unparallel to anything you can think. The tidy floors and beautifully decorated walls offer a unique experience to visitors.
After you’re done visiting the major tourist spots, you can take advantage of the recreational option in the evening or night time that Tashkent offers:
Get to experience the ultra-Disneyland adventure in Tashkent as well with breathtaking rollercoaster and boat rides.
If you’re a wildlife enthusiast, you should visit the Tashkent Zoo which accommodates over 3,000 individual animals.
Aqua land Tashkent
Get the ultimate water park experience at Aqua land in Tashkent with miles of rides and slides.
Visit Japanese Garden if you just need somewhere to relax amidst diverse floral beauty with Japanese aesthetics.