Journals Uzbekistan

Silk Road trip

Created by fluppe on July 9, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

11 Reviews

I believe that Uzbekistan is the most historically and fascinating of the Central Asian Republics.

On the silk road discover the old city of Bukhara

Created by allain on September 30, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

9 Reviews

This is my personal travelogue about the silk road and the ancient famous and mysterious city of Bukhara

Samarkand, the silk road jewel

Created by allain on September 25, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

11 Reviews

my personal travelogue about Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Tashkent - A Central Asian Wonder

Created by l2trvl on February 20, 2007

3 Reviews

Tashkent, Uzbekistan: It is one of the most beautiful and most underrated cities in the world. Great places to eat, amazing nightlife, friendly people who are very welcoming to tourists, and peaceful political conditions are the highlights. And not to forget value for money!

Unbelievable Uzbekistan

Created by seissmer on September 16, 2006

2 Stories

My trip to Uzbekistan.

Travelling to Samarkand

Created by helenl on July 10, 2006

1 Story

This is about the journey rather than the destination. It is too easy to rush to our chosen place without appreciating how we got there. This self-indulgent little piece tells of going between Almaty and Samarkand. More about the destination another time.

Tashkent--Getting There

Created by jac_5219 on February 5, 2006

1 Review

There are lots of ways to the Silk Road, but after 24 hours in the air, budget accommodations just were not at the top of my list.

Something different

Created by Graeme Swaine on February 17, 2003

1 Review

This is a very scenic city with mostly modern buildings due to a devastating earthquake in the 1960s. Be aware that ATMs are unheard of, as are EFTPOS and credit card facilities in most areas. Tashkent has fantastic potential for future tourism development, but it needs to be driven by its government.

Central Asia Opportunity

Created by midwst on September 12, 2002

1 Review

Visited Tashkent while deciding on a job opportunity in Central Asia. Beautiful but run-down city at the time; lots of construction under way. Fascinating place and mix of people - Uzbeks, Russians, and small German population.

First Trip to Uzbekistan

Created by B-bear on June 25, 2002

2 Reviews

I visited Sammarkand as a side trip to working in Tashkent, Uzbekistan with a North West Medical Teams International dental team.

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