669 km/416 miles
1 hour 50 minutes
Tashkent has long, hot and
dry summers from June to September and short but cold winters from December to
February. The mean daily maximum
temperature is above 35 °C in July and -3 °C in January.
Tashkent International Airport is the largest
airport of Central Asia and located 12 km from
the city center.
Transport to the city and charges:
Bus: UZS 500 Taxi: UZS 16 000 (approximate)
All foreign nationals except citizens of Azerbaijan,
Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, are
required to have business or tourist visas to enter the Republic of Uzbekistan.
* For detailed and up-to-date
information on visa requirement, please refer directly to the local immigration
authorities or your travel agent.
Notes: 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000
Coins: 1 sum, 5 sum, 10 sum, 25 sum, 50 sum, 100 sum
Government: 09.00 – 17.00 Monday
Banks: 09.00 – 17.00 Monday - FridayShops: 09.00- 20.00 Monday-Sunday
Taxis, buses, trolley buses and
Tashkent is the capital of
Uzbekistan and one of the biggest cities in Central Asia. Tashkent has more
than 2000 years history, during which it passed the way from small ancient
settlement to one of the largest cities in Central Asia. Tashkent was named the cultural capital of the Islamic world as
the city is home to numerous historic mosques and religious establishments. Since 1991, Tashkent has changed economically, architecturally and culturally. Nowadays
the city is political, educational, cultural and economical center of