Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a country in the Middle East which used to be the heart of the ancient Silk Road trade route connecting India with the Middle East and Rome. It has only existed as an independent country for 25 years. Before then, it used to be part of Russia and the Soviet Union. While visiting Uzbekistan, you can admire its untouched nature and picturesque views.

Tourist visa
Standard visa
£95.00
from 11 working days
Express visa
£130.00
from 6 working days
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£95.00
from 11 working days
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Getting a visa to Uzbekistan is easy:

  • Upload scanned copies of your documents and complete the visa application form
  • Pay and order a courier, or simply deliver your documents to us yourself
  • Wait for your visa
  • Receive your passport back with a brand new visa

Required documents

To apply for a Uzbekistan visa, you will need the following documents:

  • Passport that’s valid for three months after the beginning of your trip and has one blank page
  • 2 colour photos

Weather in Tashkent

18 August
Cloudy
+31
19 August
Partly cloudy day
+33
20 August
Clear day
+33
21 August
Clear day
+34
22 August
Clear day
+35
23 August
Partly cloudy night
+35
24 August
Partly cloudy night
+35
  • Uzbekistan samarkand result

    Samarkand

    Samarkand is ancient, and the most popular city in Uzbekistan. Samarkand developed as a mixture of Iranian, Indian, Mongolian and a bit of Western and Eastern cultures. That’s why it is famous for its mosques and mausoleums.

    The best time to visit:
    from March to June and from September to November

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    Tashkent

    Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan. It combines medieval buildings, graceful European architecture, concrete structures from the Soviet era and, finally, modern glowing skyscrapers of glass and concrete, enticing tourists from all over the world.

    The best time to visit:
    from March to June and from September to November

  • Uzbekistan bukhara result

    Bukhara

    Bukhara is an ancient city in Uzbekistan which used to be a prominent stop on the Silk Road trade route between East and West. It has also been a major medieval centre for Islamic theology and culture. There are still many mosques, madrassas and bazars in the city belonging to the different epochs.

    The best time to visit:
    from March to June and from September to November

Time and mobile connection

Uzbekistan is 4 hours ahead of the UK. There are no daylight saving time adjustments.

Mobiles work in most parts of Uzbekistan, but your provider will charge additional fees for roaming. You can get a local SIM card after showing your passport.

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Time in Tashkent

Currency and purchases

The Uzbekistani Som is the official currency of the country. Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and restaurants. However, it is not a very well developed system, so it’s better to carry cash with you. You can exchange your currency or credit card for cash at hotels or banks.

3,925.22
1 GBP
3,333.00
1 EUR
2,989.64
1 USD

Accommodation & car rental

There are many different hotels in the country and various types of accommodation you can stay in. For a unique experience, you might choose to stay in a yurt (traditional tent).

Renting a car in Uzbekistan is quite easy - there is a choice of vehicles and prices from local and global companies.