Uzbekistan is a country of thousand years long culture, which arose as a result of the fusion of the best cultural values of the people who have ever inhabited the country: Skids, Sogdians, Khorezmians, Bactrians, Persians, Greeks, Iranians, and Turk-speaking people. Creative geniuses have created the greatest architectural and other masterpieces that have survived to this day and evoke admiration in anyone who is lucky to discover Uzbekistan.

- Unless you followed in the footsteps of great conquerors like Cyrus, Darius, Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane, unless you enjoyed the beauty of the three pearls of Central Asia - Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, with their minarets directed into the blue of the bottomless sky, domes covered with azure and gold, palaces, mosques and madrassas, decorated with majolica and mosaics of incredible beauty of flowers;
- unless you got to know the people of hospitable Uzbekistan or without visiting our small shops, reminiscent of the Ali-babi cave;
- without roasting under the generous sun of Uzbekistan and not chilling in the blue waters of Lake Aydarkul;
- not knowing the beauty of the Kizilkum desert and not spending the night in a yurt, like the ancient nomads;
- without going along the mountain paths leading to the mountain lakes of neighboring Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan;
- without plunging into the noisy din of bazaars in Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara;
-not having tasted Uzbek national dishes, you cannot say to yourself with a clear conscience: “Yes, life is good. I did it!"
But that's not all. Uzbekistan is also an amazing fauna and flora, caves, waterfalls, rock paintings and petroglyphs, holidays and family celebrations and much more.




Fergana Valley