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Uzbekistan Visa


Uzbekistan Visit Visa

People say time doesn’t get back. It flies away and you are not able to revert it.

But we are here to give you lovely glimpses from the past hidden centuries. With our special Uzbek Visa, Turn back the pages of history and see with your eyes these marvelous historical embarks, that will calm your eyes and please your soul.

If you are in dire need for an adventure trip poles apart from the normal, Our visa is here for  you .Have an adorable , amazing and inspiring array of experiences.

Escape the routine:

and see the world barely seen!

Tourist Destinations

1. Tashkant

The beautiful capital of Uzbekistan, filled with Islamic architecture, is the largest and richest city in Central Asia.

Its history dates back to 4th century BC.

(Hazrat Imam complex)

(Tashkant City)

With extremely wide avenues and plenty of modern restaurants and contemporary architecture, the surprisingly clean and fancy Tashkent is, definitely going to offer you its rich bounties.

(Tashkent Tower)

At these heights, enjoy the panoramic view of the whole city. Our visa enables you to visit this eye catching tower that dominates the city’s skyline. It embodies an observation spot at the top.

2. Samarkand

Titled by historians and poets as “Rome of the East” this beautiful city  is situated in the valley of the river Zerafshan. It is the second largest city of Uzbekistan and is of the same age as the city of Babylon or Rome.

The history of Samarkand is about 2,750 years old and has witnessed many upheavals during the times of Alexander the Great, the Arabic Conquest, Changez -Khan Conquest and lastly Tamerlane's. Hence, the culture of Samarkand was developed and mixed together with the Iranian, Indian, Mongolian and a bit of the Western and Eastern cultures.

So your visa will return you back much more than its price. With such a rich mix of cultures, powered by historical sites will give you an adorable experience.

3. Samarkand’s mausoleums inspired the Taj Mahal 

Persian rulers were building Uzbekistan’s 14th-century mausoleums – such as Gur-e-Amir, devoted to the leader Amir Timur – in eye-popping cobalt’s, cyan and sapphires before they even conceived of building India’s now famous counterparts.

(Registan square, eye-catching sights)

Also from Timur’s dynasty, Registan Square was the heart of the medieval city and its commercial center –with striking mosaics and domes in turquoise. In its heyday, it would have been filled with bazaars, selling all the textiles and fabrics you’d expect of a Silk Road hub. 

Heavily constructed in artistic styles by the Soviets, Registan is central Asia’s one of most impressive sights.

 At Independence Square, gold, cylindrical art deco-style light fittings are works of art in themselves. It’s a lot more than the price of your ticket.

The pearl of the Eastern Muslim World" has magnificent beautiful mosques with lovely domes and masterpiece architecture.

If you are an art lover, there is much in Uzbekistan to satisfy your artistic aspirations.

Enjoy the calm and peaceful crimson blues with artistic mix in far-off lands we are going to take you.